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CID 기타 Post-2015 Development Agenda: Goals, Targets and Indicators 2012.10.26

CID 기타 Post-2015 Development Agenda: Goals, Targets and Indicators #국제개발협력 일반(기타)


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“The question is not whether to abandon global targets but rather how to improve the MDG architecture and how to adjust them to the priorities beyond 2015.” (Vandemoortele, 2011)

In September 2000, world leaders at the United Nations Millennium Summit recognized a collective responsibility to work toward “a more peaceful, prosperous and just world” (UN, 2000). The MDGs reaffirmed this vision and launched an ambitious global partnership for development, setting specific targets to be met by 2015 and using numerical indicators to measure progress. The MDGs recognized the stark reality of widespread human deprivation and environmental degradation, and galvanized support to reduce poverty, achieve basic education and health, and promote gender equality and environmental sustainability.

By 2015, the world will have met some of the MDGs’ key targets, such as halving the poverty rate, and will get close to completing primary education for all children; but achieving the health goals looks difficult and Africa lags behind, despite the substantial progress it has made since 2000. Overall, the MDGs have been remarkably successful in focusing attention and mobilizing resources to address the major gaps in human development.

Building on the MDGs, the global community should move beyond meeting basic human needs and promote dynamic, inclusive and sustainable development. Future goals must reach beyond traditional development thinking to become sustainable one-world goals that apply to poor and rich countries alike. Surveys show that even for the poorest, meeting basic needs is not enough. The World Bank’s Voices of the Poor (2000) exercise, for instance, concluded that the priorities of the poor are jobs, better connections to the rest of the world, reduced threats of violence and ending humiliation and disrespect. The new goals should not only provide for basic human needs, but also ensure essential human rights and create enabling conditions to help individuals realize their potential.


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Potential Indicators and Targets for Candidate Goals



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