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Dossier – Post-2015

UN-led worldwide consultations that determine the development agenda after 2015.

What will global development look like after 2015, when the United Nations Millenium Development Goals expire? The Broker’s dossier on the post-2015 debate guides you through the discussions on future development and provides an overview of the core issues at stake and the many actors and processes.

In the coming period we will closely follow the post-2015 discussions and provide our readers with regular updates.

In this dossier we produce three types of content:

– updates on the post-2015 process

– analyses of the post-2015 negotiations and of countries and/or blocs of countries

– in-depth analyses of specific post-2015 themes

[This dossier is currently closed – The Broker welcomes expert opinions on the topic, but is no longer actively following the process]

Featured articles

  • Embarking a historic journey – Andris Piebalgs (22 August 2013)
  • Latest updates on the Post-2015 process – Saskia Hollander, Frank van Kesteren, Arne Bartelsman (10 April 2014)
  • Post-2015 and income inequality: more of the same? – Casper Rutting (16 June 2014)
  • Milestone or deadlock? – Frank van Kesteren, Saskia Hollander (20 June 2014)
  • Too big to succeed? – Arne Bartelsman (11 July 2014)
  • Calm before the storm? – Saskia Hollander, Frank van Kesteren (01 August 2014)
  • The Post-2015 Development Agenda: Three Facts and Three Challenges – Sarah Hearn (03 September 2014)
  • A menu lacking in courage – Arne Bartelsman, Saskia Hollander (05 September 2014)
  • The reality of the ‘Mexican Moment’ – Arne Bartelsman (15 September 2014)
  • The Post-2015 casino dilemma: cash the chips or double down? – Sunil Suri (18 September 2014)
  • The Post-2015 Agenda – putting the spotlight on the Global Economy – Clara Brandi, Matthias Schoeneberger, Kathrin Berensmann (23 September 2014)
  • Beyond cockpit-ism: new agents of change for the SDG agenda – Marcel Kok, Kathrin Ludwig Paul (11 March 2015)
  • The discursive deadlock of sustainability policy – Frank van Kesteren (20 October 2015)
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