A HUB FOR IDEAS, DEBATE AND RESOURCES ON HOW THE WORLD IS DOING ON INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT GOALS
In the second contribution to our new series focusing on the challenges and opportunities for advancing gender equality goals in fragile and conflict-affected countries, Nicola Jones and Fiona Samuels outline the case for greater psychosocial support to women and girls in the aftermath of conflict in order to foster bottom-up demands and capacities that are essential for lasting peace.
In the second youth priorities blog of the series, Tabitha Ha discusses how young people must be included in planning and delivering the post-2015 framework, particularly by seeing governance structures where young people are included in the decision-making processes.
To mark International Youth Day on August 12, this mini blog series looks at what development issues young people prioritise in contrast to adults, and particularly how we can incorporate young people's perspectives and priorities in the post-2015 agenda.
In the latest blog of the national progress in education blog series, Steve Packer looks back at two landmark conferences in education in the past 25 years - Jomtien and Dakar - and questions whether, as we move towards 2015, these two events, their products and their outcomes retain meaning and traction?
Jonathan Glennie argues that the world does not need another list of financial problems and solutions - it needs a list of priorities. In advance of the recently announced 2015 Financing for Development conference, he suggests how we might go about agreeing on some.