Post 2015 Priorities - Eastern Europe and Central Asia


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  • 1st: UNDG priority: see this engaging this region in global development agenda in a way that didn’t happen for the MDGs. Invested UNDG and UNDP regional funds to get more countries on board.
  • In person here means: FGDs, town halls, student debates, citizen panels Online: people who have participated in an online survey, a facebook chat or a google hangout. Ie, not someone who has clicked on a webpage. Some form of engagement. Marginalized groups: people with disabilities, minorities, people living with HIV/AIDS, migrants
  • Metrics and Timing: How long it would take for people of Moldova to attain the desired level of welfare
  • Kosovo:Kosovans, without much hope imagine a world where public officials spend money justly and wisely, bureaocratic processes don’t depend on kickbacks or friendships, enforcement is reliable and even handed and most of all consultations actually result in change
  • Raisedexpections: UNCTs may need support and encouragement thinking about what happens after consultations conclude. How to support government follow up both as constituents in the GA and domestically? How to keep the momentum on decentralized, social media savy engagement as opposed to technocratic seminars?
  • Post 2015 Priorities - Eastern Europe and Central Asia

    1. 1. Post 2015 Priorities: Eastern Europe and Central AsiaPhotos from Turkey Post2015 Instagram photocontest Feb. 7th Update/Fotograflar Gina Lucarelli
    2. 2. Countries receiving UN support to conduct consultationsMarch Target date May Target dateTajikistan MontenegroArmenia UkraineKosovo* BelarusMoldova AzerbaijanSerbia TurkmenistanAlbania KyrgyzstanTurkeyKazakhstan
    3. 3. How many people have engaged so far?Country In Person OnlineMoldova 357 5200  There is a visible effort to engage beyond capitals andKosovo 2600 5600 the usual suspects.Turkey 2280 1656  Majority young peopleKazakhstan 1700 300  Almost always more womenAlbania 350 3000 than men.Serbia 401  Creative use of ongoingTotal as of 7287 14,501 projects: Moldova is engagingFeb 4th diaspora in Russia, Portugal and Italy.
    4. 4. How are the consultations framing their questions?• Mostly nationally or even locally focused• Biggest problems, biggest dreams• Human Rights Approach revival in some countries:  Who is most affected?  Who is responsible?• Some countries asked about metrics and timing A call for 2.0 data monitoring: “What is of change the point in this day and age of finding out how things were two years ago?” - Kosovo consultations
    5. 5. • Lack of jobs, especially for youngWhat priorities are • Mismatch between school andemerging? available jobs, not modernized schools “compared to TV” • Integrity of government processesInterim reports • Intolerance, lack of solidarity,submitted by: people want a fairer societyAlbania • Migration: both as an aspirationTurkey and a challengeSerbia • Poor quality health servicesKazakhstan • Clean drinking water, airMoldova pollution, unauthorized garbageKosovo under SC 1244 • Women still feel less safe, less listened to and less important. • Some signs of family breakdown
    6. 6. Some highlights “People don’t go to the doctor because they do not have money and there is corruption. Therefore the health of the population is deteriorating.” – Moldova“So many times women gather to be trained in gender equality, but what about the men? What difference does it make if I know my rights if my husband does not know my rights?” - Minority woman, Kosovo 20 years ago this was a beautiful place. When I see teachers who teachecology I ask them how they can look their students in the eye when they teach their subject. Everything in the area is destroyed, the lake hasdried. Environmental degradation did not happen by itself. It is a result of people’s attitude towards nature. - Kazakhstan
    7. 7. Concluding points• Process: A new communicating complex human development issues?• Process: 20,000 new development experts?• Content: the social exclusion ‘missing middle ‘• Process + Content: Raised expectations on what will change at national and global levels