By Alessandra Nilo, State director of Abong, Brazil.
Sustainable Development Objectives with no predictable resources
The Addis Ababa Action Agenda, resulting from FpD3 process didn`t set, as expected, ant mechanisms to reduce inequalities within the asymmetric relations of financial power and is far from committing additional sources to finance the SDGs. Read the full editorial here
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Third Conference on Financing for Development: Who pays the bill for the poorest countries?
Part of the calendar of negotiations on the post-2015 Agenda of the United Nations, the Third Conference on Financing for Development has been marked by obstacles and lack of commitment by developed countries to finance global development. Read more
The International Forum of National Platforms is pleased to present BOND’s last report and recognises the importance of developing such activities as part of essential NGO’s capacity building. Read More
How NGO Federation of Nepal contributed in post-disaster management
CSOs in Nepal want to continue collaborative journeys to revive the damages and materialize reconstruction dream. Read more
Peoples' participation in implementation, follow up and review of post-2015 Development Agenda: An african perspective
However, without a strong political commitment for implementation, follow-up and review, and participatory involvement of people and their organizations, there is a high risk that the outcomes from these processes could just end up in papers. Read More
Fast forward: The changing role of UK-based INGOs
By Susana Eróstegui, Executive director of the National Union of Institutions for Social Action Work (Red UNITAS).
Enabling environment in Bolivia: Threats within democratic societies are unnecessary
Bolivia joined the global current, in which governments ensure its economic growth by exploiting natural resources without considering its harmful consequences for indigenous peoples. Read More
11-14 August 2015, Gaborone, Botswana
The Southern Africa Civil Society Forum
The CSF has been held since 2005 under different themes relevant to the emerging issues and key perspectives, which are identified by stakeholders to be of particular importance for civil society. Read More
Conference 'India, a world power in the twenty-first century'
25-26 August 2015, Wellington, New Zealand
In academic sessions, prominent speakers from India, Australia, Singapore, the Netherlands, Pakistan and New Zealand will present papers on various aspects of contemporary India. Read More
7-9 September, Paris, France
Convergences 2015 World Forum
Four sessions and conference will be especially devoted to collective and multi-actor thinking towards the Global Humanitarian Summary of Istanbul in 2016, in order to collectively review the issues and be proactive. Read More
Summit for the Adoption of the Post-2015 Development Agenda
25-27 September, New York, United States
The United Nations summit for the adoption of the post-2015 development agenda will be held from 25 to 27 September 2015, in New York and convened as a high-level plenary meeting of the General Assembly. Read More