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Post-2015 UN Development Agenda - UN System-wide Preparations

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  • 1. THE FUTURE WE WANT:Post-2015 UN Development Agenda - UN System wide preparations 6 August 2012 Jose Dallo and Renata Rubian © United Nations Development Programme
  • 2. OVERVIEW Overall process: different mechanisms to support the post-2015 UN Development Agenda Content: The vision of the UNUNDG proposal for the post-2015 development agenda process
  • 3. POST-2015 PROCESS 2010 Post2015 MDG HLP Rio+20 UN Summit Task Team MDG acceleration Contours of SDG Vision for the the Post2015UNDP proposal UN System agenda post-2015 Working Group
  • 4. Key Recommendations from the Report of the UN System Task Team
  • 5. HIGH LEVEL PANEL FOR THE POST-2015 Work will be based on the findings of the Report of the UN System Task Team It will be informed by the outcome of major processes, in particular the Rio+20 and the UNDG’s open and inclusive consultations It will deliver a report by the second quarter of 2013
  • 6. WORKING GROUP - SDGTasked to develop a proposal for the SDGWorking Group, comprised of 30representatives nominated by MemberStatesIt will submit a report, to the sixty-eighthsession of the Assembly, containing aproposal for SDG for consideration andappropriate action
  • 7. TIME LINES
  • 8. WHAT IS THE UNDG APPROACH? Post-2015 development agenda IS IT MORE INCLUSIVE? IS IT MORE EQUITABLE? IS IT SUSTAINABLE? Strategy based on 3 pillars of work:1. Inclusive national 2. Thematic 3. Web Portal andconsultation processes: consultations with social media to allowLead by the RCs and academia, media, open interaction andbuilding on on-going private sector, information exchangeconsultations, they will employers and trade among a range offeed into the post-2015 unions, civil society, stakeholders. Thisformal process and decision makers advocacy work will be on the current central aligned with the challenges to the post ‘Future We Want’ 2015 development campaign launched by the SG
  • 9. THE FUTURE WE WANT:Post-2015 Development Agenda - Country Consultations 6 August 2012, New York © United Nations Development Programme
  • 10. OVERVIEWWHY conduct post-2015 country consultations? WHO coordinates at the country level? By WHEN is the expected timeline? WHAT is the support available to countries? HOW to submit a concept note?
  • 11. WHY? OBJECTIVE OF THE COUNTRY CONSULTATIONS Build a shared global vision on ‘The Future We Want‘, with clear recommendations for governments, civil society and broad stakeholders; Amplify the voices of the poor and other marginalized groups; and Influence the intergovernmental processes so that they align with the aspirations of civil society for a post-2015 agenda.
  • 12. WHO COORDINATES AT THE COUNTRY LEVEL UN Resident Coordinators will provide the overall strategic guidance to ensure engagement of the UN Country Team and broad participation of different stakeholders at the country level UNRCs may designate one or more UN agencies to co-lead the process on behalf of the UNCT 50 countries have been identified by the UNDG Chair in consultation with UNRCs
  • 13. INCLUSIVE CONSULTATIONS: 50 COUNTRIES
  • 14. WHEN: TIMELINE FOR 2012-2013
  • 15. WHAT: SUPPORT AVAILABLE TO COUNTRIES  Guidelines for post-2015 country consultations are available at: http://www.undg.org/index.cfm?P=1627  Post-2015 Help Desk (will respond queries within 48 hours): post2015consultations@undg.org  Teamworks Space: https://undp.unteamworks.org/mdgs-post2015  UNDP has mobilized financial resources to provide seed funding for UNCTs to initiate the work (roughly about USD 64.000 per country)  This amount will have to be spent by 31 March 2013
  • 16. HOW TO SUBMIT A CONCEPT NOTE Participating countries are requested to submit a concept note on the post-2015 consultation(s) through an on-line platform by 17 August The concept note should (1) identify stakeholders to be engaged and (2) describe technical challenges and specific support needed (Template available in the Annex 1.3 of Guidelines) A COA (Chart of Accounts) will be created once the concept note has been received
  • 17. Thank You © United Nations Development 17 Programme