Update 19 July:
Please find the Outcome Document here.
Update 03 June:
Please find the Zero Draft Document for the 12th Session of OWG
Update 27 May:
Please find the newly released Chapeau document.
Update 23 April:
We are pleased to share with you the updated Focus Area Document for 5-9 May session.
Update 2 April:
We are pleased to share herewith a letter with two annexes (1 and 2) containing an update on the public reactions to the Open Working Group’s Focus Area Document that were submitted to the World We Want platform from 24 February to 28 March 2014.
Update 21 March:
We have now closed the OWG ‘focus area document’ discussion and will convey your submissions to the co-chairs of the OWG shortly. We would like to thank all of you for your valuable contributions.
The Open Working Group (OWG) on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has concluded its eight information-collection sessions during which they discussed a great number of topics in order to frame the successors of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG).
The co-chairs of the OWG have released a ‘focus area document’ that sets out 19 broad issues for consideration where they feel that further action could help the international community realize transformative change for sustainable development. Based on this document, the co-chairs ask UN member states to begin identifying SDGs and accompanying targets at the upcoming sessions of the OWG. The document is prefaced by a letter that provides further detail on the process and emphasizes that the focus areas identified are not exhaustive, and that the document does not preclude inclusion of other issues discussed within the context of the OWG thematic clusters that may not have been captured. [Download letter here]
The discussion is now closed!
Now that this focus area document is published, we would like to hear your thoughts and encourage you to submit your comments answering the following questions:
This is your chance to make your voice heard. Submissions to this open online conversation will be made available to the OWG Co-chairs
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