Outreach: Stakeholder Responses to the HLP Report

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Africa CSO PlatformReview of the HLP Report
Tom Mitchell, ODIHow did disasters fare in the HLP Report?
PARTICIPATEResponses to the HLP Report
Transparency CampaignersTransparency Campaigners welcome HLP Report
Article 19Article 19 welcomes UN report emphasizing free expression in development
ACORDACORD press release on the HLP report on the post 2015 agenda
UNISDRClimate change declared public enemy no. 1
Charles Kenny, CGDThe (old) panel and the MDGs: post 2015 development
NCD AllianceHealth and NCD a priority in the UN HLP report on post-2015
Chris UnderwoodPost-2015 redefined, but can we adjust?
Oxfam America15 year old thinking for post 2015 solutions to inequality?
Business Fights PovertyRadically redefining the role of business in a post 2015 world - the need for symbiotic partnerships for development
Youthpolicy.orgKeyword analysis of the HLP report
Irunguh HoughtonRemarks on the report of the HLPEP on the post 2015 development agenda
Amnesty InternationalHuman Rights must play a stronger role in post 2015 development agenda
The EldersPost 2015 goals includes peace and ending child marriage
WRIThe post 2015 development agenda - linking sustainability and poverty eradication
IIEDNew international development goals - score or miss
Action AidPost 2015 development policy - the good, the bad and the ugly
Kate HigginsMonitoring new development goals, abroad and at home
Chronic Poverty Advisory NetworkGetting to zero - how can it be done? And how to frame the poverty eradication goal post-2015?
SciDevNetUN Panel urges 'data revolution' for development goals
TearfundFrom vision to action - how do we break the political deadlock?
TearfundGet your skates on - Tearfund reponds to the High Level Panel post 2015
Global Partnership for EducationGlobal Partnerships are key to eradicating poverty
NORRAGSkills, Work and Development: Initial Reactions to the High Level Panel’s Post-2015 Vision
Skoll FoundationInclusion of “End child marriage” as indicator in High-Level Panel report on post-2015 development agenda is bold and crucial effort to address global poverty
AKIMBOWhat the Post-2015 High Level Panel Report Means for Women and Girls
ITUCUN Post 2015 report - decent work, protection of rights needed
Duncan Green and Stephen Hale (Oxfam)Will the Post-2015 report make a difference? Depends what happens next
BrookingsGreat expectations for post 2015 - an analysis of the high level panel report
Care InternationalComments on the report of the HLP on the post 2015 development process
Dominic Haslam (Sightsavers)My reflections on disability and the UN panel's post 2015 report
Wada Na Todo AbhiyanUN High Level Panel presents a roadmap for development: Some 'hits', many 'misses'
Joint statement of child-focused agencies on the post 2015 HLP report
AusAIDPost-2015 High Level Panel report focuses on eradicating global poverty
Freedominfo.orgUN Panel Includes RTI, Better Data as Development Goals
WaterAidWaterAid welcomes UN's bold vision
UN FoundationThe post 2015 agenda - why it matters
UN FoundationThe UN Secretary General's High Level Panel report is a bold and inspired step toward a better world
UNFPAWelcomes Eminent Persons’ Call to Place People, Particularly Women, at Heart of Transformative Development Efforts
WWFProtecting environment key to ending poverty, finds UN High Level Panel
World Vision CanadaPost-2015 poverty goals proposed at UN today open door for Canadian leadership
EFA GMRHigh-Level Panel post-2015 roadmap: Close, but still some way ​to go​
PATHWhat comes after 2015?
Christian AidAn agenda for equitable and sustainable development?
Global ObservatoryNew UN development agenda gives peace a chance
SaferworldHigh Level Panel report represents a transformative shift towards peace
Save the ChildrenPost 2015 development agenda report
Kate Dooley (SAVE)Ending extreme poverty in our generation
Lawrence Haddad (IDS)The High Level Panel's After 2015 Report: Solid--and that is OK
Beyond 201512 new development goals proposed by the UN high level panel
VSOVSO 'hugely encouraged' by HLP proposal to put women's empowerment at the heart of future efforts to fight poverty
Alex Cobham (CGD)Major progress and a striking absence - first thoughts on the #post2015hlp report
John Norris (Center for American Progress)The World in 2030
Claire Melamed (ODI)The good, the bad and the ugly in the long awaited UN development report
InteractionNGO alliance welcomes UN plan to eradicate extreme poverty, urges US government engagement
Beyond 2015Analysis of the post 2015 high level panel report
TearfundGet your skates on - Tearfund reponds to the High Level Panel post 2015
Social WatchHigh Level Panel report to the UN proposes to the UN to put businesses, not people, at the centre of development
EquityBD and VOICEUN post 2015 agenda empty bowl
LDC WatchPost 2015 HLP report marginalizes least developed countries
CESRHigh Level Panel recommendations fall short of human rights litmus test
Chatham HouseUN Panel's Post-MDG Agenda: a Coherent Vision for a Better Future
InteractionThe Post-2015 Development Agenda - 10 Things To Celebrate, And Get Behind, In The High-Level Panel Report
GCAPGCAP Initial Response to the UN HLP Report on Post-2015
Terra Lawson-Remer, CFRThoughts on the UN High Level Panel's post 2015 report
Pacific Island Association of Non-governmental OrganisationsPacific NGOs happy with UN's new global development agenda
Mark Suzman, Gates FoundationDoubling Down On An Agenda To End Hunger
Lyric Thomposon, ICRWThe World’s Next Development Framework: Empowering Girls and Women is Necessary for Peace, Prosperity and Equality
Press Release: United Nations Human Rights Commissioner“Concrete Measures Needed to Reduce Inequality As a Root Cause of Poverty, Now More than Ever”
SAVEWho said inequality was too political?
Emma Samman, ODIUsing household surveys to start a data revolution and tackle social inequality
Save the Children (India)India should embrace UN's ambitious proposal to end poverty
International HIV/AIDS AllianceOur response to the HLP Report on Post-2015 Agenda
High Level Task Force for ICPDStatement on the Report of the Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda
Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable FutureStakeholder Forum's reaction to the HLP Report
Campaign for People's GoalsCampaign for People’s Goals Responds to the High Level Panel Report
Gabriele KöhlerMore of the Same, Just Prettier
DAWN DAWN Response to High Level Panel Report on Post 2015 Development Agenda
Women's Major GroupReflections on HLP post 2015 report - by far not good enough!
UNDP-LAC¿Qué lugar para América Latina y el Caribe?
Joint StatementFeminist Reflections on the HLP Report
Emily Benson‘Post-2015’ international development goals
Alex Evans and David StevenWhat happens now? – the post-2015 agenda after the High-level Panel
Asia Development Alliance (ADA) ADA statement on the final report of the UN HLP on Post-2015 (30 May 2013)
FEMNETComité de pilotage des femmes africaines sur le programme Post 2015: Réaction au Rapport du Panel de Haut Niveau sur le Programme de développement Post 2015
Gina Bergh and Paula Lucci, The BrokerAfter the post-2015 HLP report
Allison Anderson and Carol Grigsby, BrookingsInclusive Education: A Rising Tide Floats all Boats
Robert Muggah, The ISN BlogNew UN Development Agenda Gives Peace a Chance
International Movement ATD Fourth WorldHLP report : A transformative vision, but implementation and responsibilities that need to be strengthened
Asia Pacific Forum on Women Law and Development (APWLD)Development Report:(Big) business as usual
MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, MEXICO THE MEXICAN GOVERNMENT WELCOMES THE REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS SECRETARY-GENERAL’S HIGH-LEVEL PANEL ON THE POST-2015 INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENDA
Women Won't Wait Women Won’t Wait Statement on Post-2015 High Level Panel Report
Sugeng Bahagijo, INFIDInequality, migrant gaps in High-Level Panel report
Beyond 2015 Children and Youth Working Group and the UN CSD Major Group for Children and YouthYouth Response To HLP Report
Pierre Jacquet, president of the Global Development Network (interviewed by Johanna Morden)Why country researchers are key to the post-2015 agenda
Youth PolicyPost-2015: The signal from the noise
United Nations FoundationThe Post-2015 Development Opportunity
SaferworldFrom the High Level Panel report to an accountability framework
Chris Vincent, IHCThe Jury Is Still Out On Urbanization and the Post-2015 Agenda
devex, Karol BoudreauxWhy property matters
Center for Financial Inclusion, Elisabeth Rhyne Financial Inclusion and the Post-2015 Global Development Goals
UNISDRUNISDR welcomes post-2015 proposal on resilient cities
Mary RobinsonMary Robinson: Seeking justice for people and the planet
FEMNETAfrican women’s steering committee on Post 2015 agenda: Reaction to High Level Panel Report on Post 2015 Development Agenda
Dr. Gro Harlem BrundtlandAfter The MDGs: Creating A Holistic Global Development Model
IDA IDDCResponse to The Report of the High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda
Jim Leape, WWF InternationalLetter to the HLPEP Members
Civil SocietyCivil Society Response from India to the UN High Level Panel Report on Post-2015 Development Agenda
ANNDArab NGO Network for Development (ANND) reaction to HLP Report
Megan Rowling, Thomson Reuters FoundationEvery nation must shift to sustainable growth - debate
Jagannath Lamichhane, eKantipurHear them out
QUNOAddressing the needs​ ​of people in situations of chronic violence and instability in the HLP report
UCLGTHE POST 2015 HIGH LEVEL PANEL - Feedback from a local and regional perspective
Beyond 2015, GCAP, IFPCivil Society Demands for the Post-2015 agenda from 39 Countries
Education InternationalUniversal Free Quality Education can’t wait
German Development and Disabled People’s OrganizationsEnsure Equality – Realize Inclusive Societies
Basic Education Coalition and the Global Campaign for Education (US)Comments of the Basic Education Coalition and the Global Campaign for Education (US) on the Education Recommendations of the High-Level Panel
devexData revolution on budgets needed to deliver on post-2015 goals
World BankJoint Statement - International Financial Institutions
Asian Development BankJoint Statement - International Financial Institutions
African Development BankJoint Statement - International Financial Institutions
European Bank for Reconstruction and DevelopmentJoint Statement - International Financial Institutions
European Investment BankJoint Statement - International Financial Institutions
International Monetary FundJoint Statement - International Financial Institutions
Kalpvriksh and ICCA ConsortiumMissed Opportunity? Comments on two global reports for the post-2015 goals process
MINTEradicating poverty requires a data revolution
Edith van Ewijk, Rosalie de BruijnCivil society consultations: worth the effort or window dressing?
Open Government PartnershipLetter to the UN Secretary-General
Joint CSOJoint CSO letter to UN Secretary-General
Joint Statement of CSOs in South Korea'South Korea CSOs Joint Statement on UN-HLP Report' presented at the Post-2015 Policy Forum
SciDevNetPost-2015 planning offers compelling messages for scientists
SightsaversResponse from Sightsavers to the UN High Level Panel Report on the
Post-2015 Development Agenda
SaferworldA welcome shift towards peace
IPOSInternational Psycho - Oncology Society Response to the Panel’s Report
UNECA Welcoming Remarks by Mr. Carlos Lopes at the Launch of the High Level Panel Report on the Post 2015 Development Agenda
Council on Foreign RelationsAn emerging consensus on the meaning of development
SciDevNetGearing up for post-2015: From data to action
German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)Leave No One Behind! Mobilisation attempt for the taboo subject of inequality
Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies (IEET)Techno-Progressives and the Post 2015 Millennium Development Goals
SciDevNetScience is key to locally adapting the post-2015 agenda
Hany BesadaA New Global Partnership: Eradicate Poverty and Transform Economies Through Sustainable Development
Belgian YouthAvis des jeunes sur le Rapport du High Level Panel de mai 2013