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- DocumentUN Women, 2015The sustainable development goals (SDGs) seek to change the course of the 21st century, addressing key challenges such as poverty, inequality, and violence against women. Women have a right to equality in all areas. Women’s equality must be embedded across legal systems and upheld in both laws and legal practices, including proactive measures such as quotas.Document2015The Inter-agency and Expert Group on Sustainable Development Goal Indicators (IAEG-SDGS) conducted an open consultation on the development of a global indicator framework for the Sustainable Development Goals with all countries, regional and international agencies, civil society, academia and the private sector. This resource comprises a summary of all comments received.DocumentAssociation for Women's Rights in Development, 2015To what extent were gender equality and women’s empowerment incorporated in the 2030 development agenda? This piece by the Association for Women’s Rights in Development analyses how gender issues were negotiated during the consultation process - outlining successes and setbacks and suggesting steps forward.Document
From Commitment to Action: Financing gender equality and women’s rights in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals2015This four-page brief provides an overview of OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) members’ aid to gender equality since the MDGs and identifies priorities for financing gender equality in the implementation of the post-2015 development agenda.DocumentOverseas Development Institute, 2014While the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) have made some progress in certain areas of gender equality, they will ultimately fail to produce the sustainable human rights-based social transformation that is needed. If the post-2015 framework is to succeed in this regard, it must target the promotion of inclusive and social transformations that address poverty and exclusion at its roots.Document
Gender equality and women’s rights in the post-2015 agenda: A foundation for sustainable developmentDevelopment Assistance Committee, OECD, 2013Why focus on gender equality in the post-2015 agenda?Document
Challenges and achievements in the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals for women and girls - Agreed ConclusionsUnited Nations [UN] Commission on the Status of Women ., 2014The 58th session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW58) ended with a strong call to prioritise gender equality and the human rights of women in order to achieve sustainable development.Document
Policy Brief & Recommendations -Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Open Working Group (OWG) - Promoting Equality, including Social Equity, Gender Equality and Women’s EmpowermentHigh Level Task Force for ICPD (International Conference on Population and Development), 2014Only two out of 130 countries with available data have reached gender parity in all levels of education. If women had the same access to land, productive assets and farming inputs as men, farm yields could increase by 20-30 per cent, and this could reduce the number of hungry people in the world by 12-17 per cent.DocumentThe World We Want, 2012This is a background paper for the Addressing Inequalities Global Thematic Consultation for the post-2015 development agenda.DocumentAfrican Women's Development & Communication Network, 2012This communique from the African Women's Regional Civil Society Consultation on the Post 2015 Development Framework conveys a collective desire for a re-orientation toward issues perceived to have been neglected by the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).