Scotland and the post-
MDGs agenda
Developing SCIAF’s position
Prioritising the voices
of those living in
poverty
• Development
became a ‘higher
priority’
• Goals & targets
should be
retained
The MDGs
were a “good thing”
“A development framework that…
encourages greater public
participation in development
planning”
SCIAF partner, Cambodia
Pa...
“In our globally
interconnected world,
people living in poverty
are aware that their
wellbeing is dependent on
decisions a...
• Jobs and livelihoods
• Climate change
• Peace and conflict
• Governance
• Gender equality
• Decent Services
Goal Areas
Be loud and be
bold
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SCIAF - Post 2015 Scotland's Contribution, September 2013

  1. 1. Scotland and the post- MDGs agenda Developing SCIAF’s position
  2. 2. Prioritising the voices of those living in poverty
  3. 3. • Development became a ‘higher priority’ • Goals & targets should be retained The MDGs were a “good thing”
  4. 4. “A development framework that… encourages greater public participation in development planning” SCIAF partner, Cambodia Participation
  5. 5. “In our globally interconnected world, people living in poverty are aware that their wellbeing is dependent on decisions and situations they have no opportunity to influence or control.” Finding from COMPASS 2015 Universality
  6. 6. • Jobs and livelihoods • Climate change • Peace and conflict • Governance • Gender equality • Decent Services Goal Areas
  7. 7. Be loud and be bold

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