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The Future We Want
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The Future We Want

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Pedro Telles presentation for event 'Post Rio to Post-2015: Planning International Stakeholder Engagement

Pedro Telles presentation for event 'Post Rio to Post-2015: Planning International Stakeholder Engagement

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  • 1. “The Future We Want”,the outcomes of Rio+20 and the post-2015 agenda Pedro Telles Vitae Civilis Institute
  • 2. 5 cross-cutting issues• Integration• Role of MGs and civil society• Communication• Transparency and accountability• “Intelligence” for advocacy and campaigning
  • 3. Integration• Integration in several ways: – SDGs and MDGs  Some countries (including Brazil) and organizations do not support the idea of integrating the processes for both sets of goals  Separate processes = reduced commitment, reduced accountability and fragmented resources  Go beyong “clichés” and better integrate important issues not much discussed – High level political forum  Should not only guarantee SD agenda is present in different UN organs, but also work on connecting and integrating the activities of such organs
  • 4. Role of MGs and civil society• Next three years bring unique opportunity to redefine MGs and civil society participation• MGs can work on two perspectives: – Improve/reform their own space inside the UN system – Work on amplifying means of consultation and participation of broad civil society  Many important actors are not (and will hardly be) engaged with the MGs  Need to listen to grassroots  Need to look at innovations being developed at grassroots level  Success depends on listening to and engaging with civil society in a broad and effective way
  • 5. Communication• Communication as a key issue for mobilization and engagement – Need to frame adequately the pathway towards 2015 and beyond  Evaluate how helpful it is to keep Rio+20 as a strong reference in our communication  Focus on the “positive agenda”  Many key actors related to the MDGs were not connected to Rio+20 and are still not connected to the post-2015 debates  Many actors simply dont understand the process or dont believe that the UN can generate relevant outcomes
  • 6. Transparency and accountability• In 2 ways: – Important information is not available (to the majority of people, at least)  What are the details and updated information on the group of 30 countries that will work on the SDGs?  What will happen with UNEP?  Does the UN have a clear and detailed roadmap between here and 2015? – Specifically on the new MDGs and SDGs: they must come with strong mechanisms for transparency and accountability at multilateral, national and local level
  • 7. “Intelligence” for advocacy and campaigning• Once we know whos in the “SDGs G-30”, we will be able to draw a map of who are the key actors on the road to 2015 – It would be very helpful to have a structured collective plan to gather and share information – Actors from the countries of decision-makers will be key• Whats going on outside the UN?
  • 8. Thanks!pedrortelles@gmail.com

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