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Presentation by Claire Melamed (ActionAid) during the High Level Policy Forum - After 2015: Promoting Pro-poor Policy after the MDGs - Brussels, 23 June 2009 - http://www.bit.ly/after2015

Presentation by Claire Melamed (ActionAid) during the High Level Policy Forum - After 2015: Promoting Pro-poor Policy after the MDGs - Brussels, 23 June 2009 - http://www.bit.ly/after2015

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    Towards an MDG plus agenda Towards an MDG plus agenda Presentation Transcript

    • Towards an MDG plus agenda Dr. Claire Melamed Head of Policy ActionAid UK
    • Has to mobilise resources - Gleneagles 2005 What new narrative will have that clarity and power for the new development finance agenda?
    • Has to provide the right incentives for development to happen - Current agenda less successful - Ignores key realities of gender and power What new narrative will increase understanding of realities of power that block poverty reduction?
    • Global ‘Welfare State’ - Shift from country level averages to commitment to ensure every individual has access to basic minimum of services and income
    • - Responsibility still with national governments to deliver - But focus on individuals forces discussion of barriers to access - Shift of funding mechanism from uncertain ‘aid’ to more predictable redistributive mechanisms, e.g. innovative financing, tax, CTT, based on rights rather than charity.