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UN-Report: A New Global Partnership: Eradicate Poverty and Transform Economies Through Sustainable Development

UN-Report: A New Global Partnership: Eradicate Poverty and Transform Economies Through Sustainable Development

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The Report of the High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda

“This report is cause for celebration: it recognises the indivisibility of universal human rights and underscores the importance of civil and political rights to development. After decades of artificial, dogmatic distinction between human rights and good governance on the one hand and development on the other, finally, through the high-level UN report, the interdependence of human rights is upheld."
The Report of the High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda

“This report is cause for celebration: it recognises the indivisibility of universal human rights and underscores the importance of civil and political rights to development. After decades of artificial, dogmatic distinction between human rights and good governance on the one hand and development on the other, finally, through the high-level UN report, the interdependence of human rights is upheld."

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A NEW GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP:
ERADICATE POVERTY AND TRANSFORMECONOMIES THROUGH SUSTAINABLEDEVELOPMENT
The Report o the High-Level Panel o Eminent Persons onthe Post-2015 Development Agenda
 
A NEW GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP:ERADICATE POVERTY AND TRANSFORM ECONOMIES THROUGH SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENTCopyright ©2013 United NationsAll rights reserved.All queries on rights and licenses, including subsidiary rights, should be addressed to:United Nations Publications, 300 E 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017email: publications@un.orgweb: un.org/publications
Disclaimer:
The members o the Panel may not be in ull agreement with every specic point and detail o thereport, but they all endorse the report.
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Post-2015
Dr Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono Ellen Johnson Sirlea David Cameron
LETTER FROM THE CO-CHAIRS OF THE HIGH-LEVEL PANEL OF EMINENTPERSONS ON THE POST-2015 DEVELOPMENT AGENDA
30 May 2013Secretary-General,In July 2012 you tasked us with jointly chairing a twenty-seven person panel to make recommendationsto you on the development agenda beyond 2015. We hope that you will nd our resultant report bothbold and practical. We have consulted extensively, in every region and across many sectors, includinglistening to the voices and priorities o people living in poverty themselves. We are very grateul or thevaluable support provided to us by the Panel’s secretariat led by Dr Homi Kharas and have benetedgreatly rom the regional, national and thematic consultations organised by the UN System and memberstates.Our panel conducted its work in a very positive spirit o cooperation. Through passionate and vigorousdebate we have learnt much rom each other. We transmit our recommendations to you with a eeling o great optimism that a transormation to end poverty through sustainable development is possible withinour generation. We outline ve transormational shits, applicable to both developed and developingcountries alike, including a new Global Partnership as the basis or a single, universal post-2015 agendathat will deliver this vision or the sake o humanity.Our report provides an example o how new goals and measurable targets could be ramed in thewake o these transormative shits. This list is illustrative rather than prescriptive. While views naturallydiered within the panel on the exact wording o particular illustrative goals or targets we agreed that ourreport would be ound wanting without a collective attempt to demonstrate how a simple clear agendabuilding on the MDGs and the Rio+20 process might be elaborated. We hope it will stimulate debateover the prioritisation that will be needed i the international community is to agree a new developmentramework beore the expiry o the Millennium Development Goals.Yours sincerely,

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