Post-2015 Agenda: Organized Chaos or Hot Mess?
Sexual and Reproductive Health in Trouble as Goals Move Forward
The latest version of the zero draft report from the Open Working Group developing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) hit the internet late Monday evening. This is the final draft that member states will have a chance to respond to before the final report is produced and shared with the Secretary General prior to the United Nations General Assembly in September. It is fairly similar to the last draft (discussed here) in that it still has the same 17 goals, with small semantic differences. Overall, there are fewer targets, but both the targets and the process are becoming increasingly convoluted.
This draft misses the integration, aspiration, transformation and sustainability that were meant to drive the post-2015 agenda. We see important targets missing in this lengthy draft, but we have yet to really see the difficult trade-offs that a final set of implementable goals would require.
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