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Post 2015: What next? - The Debate

The Millennium Development Goals are set to expire in 2015. What's next? A lively debate with Amina Az-Zubair, former Special Assistant to the Nigerian President on MDGs; Naila Kabeer, Prof of Development Studies at SOAS; and Claire Melamed, Head of Growth, Poverty and Inequality Programme at ODI.

EXPERT VIEW

Rob Vos, Director of Development Policy and Analysis, UN-DESA and coordinator of the UN Task Team for the Post-2015 UN Development Agenda Post 2015: why we need a new development agenda
Alfred G. Nhema, Pan African Development Center Fragile states and MDGs: the case of Africa
Louis Kasekende, Deputy Governor, Bank of Uganda Making employment creation a priority in the development agenda
Ernest Aryeetey, Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana Towards a New Post-2015 Development Agenda
Charles Abugre, Africa Regional Director of the United Nations Millennium Campaign Who needs a development framework post 2015?
Alicia Ely Yamin, Director, Program on Health Rights of Women and Children, Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights, Harvard University Post MDGs: what next for a global development agenda that takes human rights seriously?
Charles Kenny, senior fellow at the Center for Global Development (CGDEV) What should follow in 2016?
Richard Morgan and Shannon O’Shea, Post-2015 Development Unit of UNICEF’s Executive Office Locally-led monitoring as an engine for a more dynamic and accountable post 2015 development agenda
Jan Vandemoortele, Co-architect of the MDGs; formerly with UNICEF and UNDP; now independent researcher, writer and lecturer Will the MDGs survive beyond 2015?
Barry Dalal-Clayton, Senior Fellow, International Institute for Environment and Development Environmental mainstreaming: plugging the gap in sustainable development
Claire Melamed, Head of Growth & Equity Programme at the Overseas Development Institute. Inequality, a new frontier for post 2015 development policy
Mukesh Kapila, Professor for Global Health & Humanitarian Affairs, Manchester University; Co-director of Project on Post-2015 Development Goals (1) Development beyond 2015: new One-World goals for critical global challenges
Devi Sridhar, University of Oxford Towards a framework convention on global health
Ms. Nemat Shafik, Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund Rethinking sustainable development
J. Allister McGregor, Professorial Fellow and Team Leader of the Vulnerability and Poverty Reduction Team at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex Will the post 2015 MDG settlement be part of the problem, or part of the solution?
Lauren Barredo, Manager at the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network and Guido Schmidt-Traub, Executive Director at the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network End Extreme Poverty, Increase Environmental Sustainability
Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, Professor of International Affairs at The New School University, New York Global goal setting: clarifying the concept and avoiding the pitfalls
Mukesh Kapila, Professor for Global Health & Humanitarian Affairs, Manchester University; Co-director of Project on Post-2015 Development Goals Development beyond 2015: new One-World goals for critical global challenges
Meera Tiwari, Reader in International Development, University of East London Equity in a changing landscape of poverty - from global to local goals?
Barry Carin, Senior Fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) Towards a Post-2015 Development Paradigm

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