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on Wed, December 12, 2012 at 09.15 pm
Civil Society Dialogue with the High-level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda

Consultation Reports Presented to the Post2015HLP on 30 October and 26 November 2012

Thank you to all who provided responses to the questions below during the 19 October – 7 November 2012 consultation for the UN Secretary-General's High-level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda (#Post2015HLP). An in-depth consultation report produced by the UN Non-Governmental Liaison Service (NGLS) was presented to the Panel on 26 November. A two-page briefing by NGLS on initial consultation findings was delivered on 30 October to the Panel in advance of their 31 October to 2 November 2012 meeting in London, which focused on the issue of household poverty.

The in-depth consultation report reflects 320 written contributions from 135 organizations, international networks and individual respondents, as well as reports from meetings of the Panel’s outreach day on 2 November in London, which included: six civil society roundtable discussions, a private sector meeting, a Youth Event, and a Town Hall meeting between more than 200 representatives of civil society organizations and members of the Panel. Discussion via Twitter through the designated hashtag #Post2015HLP has also been included in this report.

For background information about the Panel's work, and how these short, focused consultations fit into the broader and deeper consultation and outreach process that the #Post2015HLP will undertake over the course of its work, please read the #Post2015HLP Online Outreach Statement.
Thank you.  

Human Development

Photo by Antoine Tardy

Photo by Antoine Tardy, taken in Dhaka, Bangladesh

To view responses on this theme, please click on the questions below.


How do we ensure that all people, especially the most vulnerable and marginalized, have the food, water, energy, health care and education they need?


What have we learned from existing Millennium Development Goals and what should be added/updated/modified, or is a different approach needed?


   Jobs and Livelihoods

Photo by Satomi Kato, Courtesy of UNDP, taken in Sindh, Pakistan

To view responses on this theme, please click on the questions below.


What policies and practices best promote equitable empowerment of the poor and marginalized to ensure an adequate standard of living?


How can employment be meaningfully approached?


Youth, Water, Health, Education, Employment
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Anonymous from
Wed, January 9, 2013 at 02.53 pm
Good food security policy is essential. The informal sector is a fact, a reality but is not a recommended process to resolve all the problematic asked by the objectives of the millennium development.
Anonymous from
Wed, January 2, 2013 at 05.17 am
I am Chairman of IMAECSED and an International Lawyer 31 years standing in the legal profession. I am a social worker fr more than 40 years. I am principal founder of
the above International NGO based on New Delhi, Calcutta, India and registered on 20th Nov., 1995.. IMAECSED is presently attached with many UN and other International
Organisations. It is fighting for Eradication of poverty, Human Rights, HIV/AIDS, Peace, Democracy, Child and Women Development, Sustainable Development, etc.
Regarding the approach of your present questions:
1. Food and shelter as we know is the prime need of any human being but it is always lacking to the people in need especially the vulnerable and marginalized people who are
always in quest of food and some are for both food and shelter. Even after utmost effort they can not meet up their minimum requirements. Employment opportunity for
such people is very negligible according to their growing rate of population the rate of supply of their wants gradually reducing. Not only the increasing price hike in the present market is also another vital factor impediments to obtain/ fulfill their demands. There are several other factors which create stumbling block to meet up their minimum livelihoods.

2. From this MDG. programme we have learn t so many things regarding the world problem and its way of solution. But there are some situations which require special attention.
Like solution of employment problem which is in the present era a vital need and it breaks down the economic structure of the country like India. Such a increasing rate of
Unemployment always hinder the other progress of the country and as a result the situation overturns its planning and achievement. There are so many people in a developing and under developed countries are living such a below level than the below poverty level which is equivalent to starvation. I think our Millennium programme could not reach upto that thought
Anonymous from
Thu, December 27, 2012 at 05.56 am
I Like Your Program
Thank You
Shreya Prasad kafle
Anonymous from
Wed, December 19, 2012 at 07.31 pm
I have a BSc in fisheries and wildlife, a MSc in crop & animal production and a PhD in plant breeding & genetics. I have been in international development for 35+ years as a farming systems agronomist and have looked through a nutritional lens all my career, mainly in Africa but have worked in 30 countries worldwide. I hope that I can participate in and contribute to this important on-line public consultation.
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