WATCH: The talk titled: “The Post-2015 Global Development Agenda: Addressing Inequalities and Fostering Inclusive Growth” occurred at the Urban Institute on April 8, 2013. It focused on the current state of the Post-2015 global development agenda, and the importance of equity and inclusiveness in the formulation of new development targets. This small clip focuses on the discussants answering a question regarding the importance of local participatory government.
FAO and Post 2015: We face a major challenge in feeding an expanding world population but the way we produce more food cannot be at the expense of the planet. Sustainability will be at the heart of new global development goals that will replace the MDGs after 2015.
In recent years, many recommendations have been made for culture to be integrated in the Post-2015 Development Agenda: December 2015 : The International Conference on "Culture for Sustainable Cities" in Hangzhou, People's Republic of China 2014: The Post-2015 Dialogues on Culture and Development co-led by UNESCO, UNDP and UNFPA