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News & Upcoming Meetings
2015 is a pivotal year for sustainable development! The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to be adopted by the United Nations this September, will outline the global development priorities for the next 15 years.
The Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) and the Global Association of Master’s in Development Practice (MDP) are hosting the 3rd Annual International Conference on Sustainable Development on September 23-24, 2015, at Columbia University in NYC.read more
Join us for a webinar to discuss how civil society can work together on the Sustainable Development Goals after September 2015
This webinar is an opportunity to get an update on the conversations so far and discuss with colleagues how we can continue to work on the mobilisation, advocacy and awareness raising of the Sustainable Development Goals after September 2015.read more
Harm Reduction International and the Malaysian AIDS Council are pleased to hold the 24th International Harm Reduction Conference in Kuala Lumpur from October 18-21st. The four day event will bring together up to 1,000 people from 70 countries to participate in a diverse and exciting programme of panel discussions, training workshops, group discussions and film/video presentations.
This year’s theme – ‘Call for Leadership’ – reflects the urgent need to address critical issues faced by the harm reduction response.
The Inter-agency and Expert Group on the Sustainable Development Goal Indicators (IAEG-SDGs) launched an online consultation to gather input from civil society, academia and the private sector on the development of an indicator framework for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The consultation seeks comments on the current list of proposed indicators for each Goal and target as well as cross-cutting issues of “particular importance” to the work of the IAEG-SDGs.read more
It was mentioned that the indicators for the post-2015 development framework are currently being discussed in various fora. A preliminary list, including input from various UN entities (UNODC, UNICEF, UN Women, OHCHR), was shared by UNODC. However, the discussion was still ongoing and various meetings are taking place especially in New York on this topic.read more
“The Civil Society Declaration made in Doha emphasized implementation-implementation-implementation and that national goals and institutions be identified in the effort to sustain a strong crime prevention programme. I think that it should be the role of civil society to press for the fulfilment of concrete targets on the “road to Japan.”
“While there are other goals and indicators relevant to the crime prevention programme, these indicators (being put together for the SDGs 2030 goals) when they are finally accepted will be an important measurement of the fulfillment of the Doha Declaration.”