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And behind the scenes…  a couple of days ago, read on!

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 [action2015-campaigning] [EN/ES/FR] Perception Survey on National Reviews Agenda 2030 – Encuesta de percepción sobre Revisiones Nacionales de la Agenda 2030 – Enquête de perception examens nationaux Agenda 2030

Dr. P. J. Puntenney
Environmental & Human Systems Management
1989 West Liberty
 Ann Arbor, MI  48103  USA
Cell:  1-734-352-7429
TO UN DESA NGO MAJOR GROUP & OTHER STAKEHOLDERS
From: Naiara Costa <ncosta@beyond2015.org>
Date: Mon, Mar 21, 2016
Subject: [action2015-campaigning] [EN/ES/FR] Perception Survey on National Reviews Agenda 2030 – Encuesta de percepción sobre Revisiones Nacionales de la Agenda 2030 – Enquête de perception examens nationaux Agenda 2030
To: Naiara Costa <ncosta@beyond2015.org>

FRANCAIS

 Examens nationaux: Est-ce que la société civile déjà laissé derrière?

 Joignez-vous l’enquête de perception de l’Ensemble 2030 sur l’engagement de la société civile et des parties prenantes sur les examens nationaux de la mise en œuvre de l’Agenda 2030

S’il vous plaît, répondre par 30 mars icihttps://fr.surveymonkey.com/r/enqueterevisionnationauxFR

En 2016, le premier groupe des pays volontaires va se présenter pour les examens nationaux sur la mise en œuvre de l’Agenda 2030. Ces rapports seront présentés au cours de la Session du Forum politique de haut niveau (HLPF) en Juillet 2016, à New York.

Au 14 Mars 2016, 21 pays se sont portés volontaires pour participer aux examens nationaux en 2016: la Chine; Egypte; Estonie; Finlande; France; Géorgie; Allemagne; Madagascar; Mexique; Monténégro; Maroc; Norvège; Philippines; République de Corée; Samoa; Sierra Leone; Suisse; Togo; Turquie; Ouganda; Venezuela.

L’engagement de la société civile et des autres acteurs sont essentielles si les examens nationaux devraient suivre les principes et accords exprimés dans l’Agenda 2030. Ceci est un nouveau processus mis en place par un nouveau cadre et il est important que les premiers volontaires mis en place de bons exemples de participation à suivre et renforcé par les prochains volontaires.

Connaissez-vous des pays volontaires pour les examens nationaux? Savez-vous comment s’engager dans votre pays? Avez-vous accès à l’information nécessaire pour s’engager?

Joignez-vous à notre enquête de perception et de nous faire savoir: https://fr.surveymonkey.com/r/enqueterevisionnationauxFR

 

 Naiara Costa

Together 2030

Mob. +1 917 930 4069

Email: naiara.costa@together2030.org

Skype: naiaracc (New York, USA)

Twitter: @naiaracc; @Together_2030

www.together2030.org

Check our blog: https://together2030.wordpress.com/

Join Together 2030: http://goo.gl/forms/VmY9K1Gxpf

Jeffery Huffines

​NGO Major Group Organizing Partner​
CIVICUS UN Representative (NY)
Cell: +1 646-707-1060
Email: jeffery.huffines@civicus.org
Twitter: @JefferyHuffines
Skype: jefferyvhuffines

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[Beyond 2015:496] [Reminder] Beyond 2015 webinar tomorrow 2016, 23 February – 8-9:30am Brussels time

In English below.
En français plus bas.
ESPAÑOL
Queridos miembros de Más Allá del 2015,
Aviso: llamada mañana sobre la Evaluación Final de Más Allá del 2015 (resumen en español disponible aquí, versión larga aquí) para ver una presentación interactiva del informe y discutir de sus conclusiones - en particular sus aplicaciones prácticas para la implementación de la Agenda 2030.
Fecha y hora: martes 23 de Febrero, de 08:00-09:30 hora local en Bruselas. Haga clic aquí para ver la hora correspondiente en su ubicación.
Juntarse: por ordenador (https://sapd.webex.com/sapd/onstage/g.php?MTID=ec4a5c17b28065e1e0131211155961b87) or por teléfono: 954 124 603 (código de acceso); números internacionales

Apuntarse aquí por favor.

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ENGLISH

Dear All,

Don’t forget tomorrow’s webinar focusing on the Final Evaluation of the Campaign (short version in English available here, full version here). The call will provide you with an opportunity to watch an interactive presentation of the Final Evaluation and to discuss the report’s findings – in particular how they apply to your organisation’s work moving forward with the implementation of the 2030 Agenda. A draft agenda is attached.
When: Tuesday 23 February, from 8-9:30am Brussels time. Click here to view the corresponding time in your location.
Registration: please sign up here.
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FRANÇAIS
Cher tous,
N’oubliez-pas notre téléconférence demain sur l’Évaluation finale de Beyond 2015 (résumé en français disponible ici, version longue ici) durant laquelle vous pourrez voir une présentation interactive du rapport de l’évaluation et discuter des conclusions du rapport, et en particulier de leur application pratique pour la mise en oeuvre du Programme 2030.
Quand: mardi 23 février, de 8h-9h30 heure locale à Bruxelles. Cliquez ici pour voir l’horaire de la téléconférence dans votre zone géographique.
Comment participer: par ordinateur: https://sapd.webex.com/sapd/onstage/g.php?MTID=ec4a5c17b28065e1e0131211155961b87; par téléphone: code d’accès: 954 124 603; Numéros internationaux
Inscription: veuillez vous inscrire ici.
 

Ella Masle-Farquhar

Beyond 2015 International Officer

efarquhar@beyond2015.org

Skype: ella.masle-farquhar

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 [Beyond 2015:488] [English/Français/Español] Final evaluation of Beyond 2015 out today & events next week to discuss the evaluation findings

[en ESPAÑOL] más abajo – contenido del correo: 1) informe de evaluación final de Más Allá del 2015; 2) eventos la semana próxima para discutir de la evaluación; 3) blogs sobre la evaluación

[en FRANÇAIS] plus bas – contenu du courriel: 1) rapport de l’évaluation finale de 2015; 2) opportunités pour discuter des conclusions de l’évaluation dès la semaine prochaine; 3) blogs sur l’évaluation

English

Message on behalf of Beyond 2015’s Co-chairs (Philipp Schönrock and Andrew Griffiths) and Director (Leo Williams)

Content of this email:

  1. Final Evaluation of Beyond 2015: report out today in English, French and Spanish (click here)
  2. Opportunities starting next week to discuss the findings of the final evaluation (click here)
  3. Blogs on the evaluation (click here)

Dear members of Beyond 2015,

1) Final evaluation of the Campaign:

Beyond 2015 takes monitoring and evaluation very seriously. In 2010, there was no blueprint for how to start a global civil society campaign. No high quality evaluations of previous campaigns. No recommendations. No guidelines. The campaign was built from scratch, learning by doing. This is one of the reasons we have taken this evaluation process so seriously – we didn’t want future global civil society initiatives to start from the same point as we did. We wanted civil society to be able to learn from this collective adventure.  We want these lessons to be the property of civil society!

This extensive evaluation has taken four months to complete. It included a ‘members questionnaire’ (completed by 140 organisations, almost 10% of the campaign – click here to read an analysis of the results), interviews with advocacy targets (UN and governments), interviews with campaign members and the secretariat, a literature review, and a participatory meeting with some 30 members of the campaign from all over the world.

We are thrilled with the results of this process, and we hope that civil society friends and colleagues throughout the world will find it useful – especially those who are thinking of forming global advocacy coalitions. We are pleased to be able to share two different versions of the report:

1.     The full version (English, French, Spanish)

2.     The ‘ short’ version, which includes simply the Executive Summary and a compilation of lessons learned and recommendations  (English, French, Spanish)

Those of you with limited time will no doubt favour the short version. We would encourage those who are planning future coalitions, campaigns or initiatives to take the time to study the longer report, as it contains the accumulated experience generated by a five-year global campaign. There are dozens of lessons learned and recommendations highlighted in this evaluation. We would like to draw attention to four, which we consider particularly important:

Critical Lessons

  • A well-organised and managed global and cross constituency civil society advocacy campaign can achieve strong levels of engagement and directly influence an intergovernmental process – provided it claims a specific strategic space early on, recognises itself as an actor among others, does not soak up space from other actors, and allows its own members to equally contribute and shine individually.
  • The significant time and effort needed to carry out internal work in order for the campaign’s external activities to unfold successfully – and hence for the campaign to be effective as a whole – should not be underestimated.
  • The importance of having a solid fiscal agent that manages grants, contracts and providers cannot be sufficiently underscored. Organisations considering this role should not underestimate the fiduciary responsibility.
  • Any campaign must be strategic and realistic about the partnerships it concludes. A strategic and realistic approach must be taken on both sides, and each side must have clear a vision of what they can bring to the partnership.

Finally, we would like to mention the threats identified to Beyond 2015’s legacy, notably the “loss of the structure for efficient collaboration and coordinated voices that Beyond 2015 has created”. We fully recognise this risk, and regret that civil society has not yet unified around a new structure to tackle the challenges. The Beyond 2015 Executive Committee will spend its final months anchoring the legacy of the campaign. As such, we call on all Beyond 2015 members to support these efforts, to engage in and drive the discussions around successor initiatives, notably Together 2030 which has been established to build on the ‘Policy to Action’ initiative of Beyond 2015.

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[Beyond 2015:480] [ENGLISH/FRANÇAIS/ESPAÑOL] Beyond 2015 December communication

ENGLISH

Dear Colleagues,

Before we start to go on leave, we wanted to share some updates and
reminders with you all, relating to the final few months of the campaign:

•       Revised Beyond 2015 website

We mentioned last week that the Beyond 2015 website is currently ‘under
reconstruction’. We are redesigning the site to focus on the legacy of
Beyond 2015 and our lessons learned. We expect that the website should be
up and running by 22 December, and will let you know as soon as the site
is ‘live’ again. The site will remain at www.beyond2015.org

•       Evaluation and lessons learned

As most of you will know, we are in the process of completing the final
evaluation of the Beyond 2015 campaign. We expect to have the full report
and executive summary ready (in English, French and Spanish) by 18
January, and the report will immediately be available on our revamped
website!
We have a large number of dissemination activities planned at various
levels, including physical meetings, webinars, twitter chats and a series
of blog pieces.

Call to action:  If you are interested in organising a dissemination
activity to discuss the lessons learned with your constituencies, please
let me know (lwilliams@beyond2015.org). For example, you might like to
organise a physical meeting with your members, and a member of the
Executive Committee or Secretariat may be able to attend to help highlight
the key findings of the evaluation. Or you might like to organise an
academic / civil society seminar, working through a university in your
country. Or perhaps a Google Hangout / Twitter chat / webinar with your
members, where members of the Secretariat and Executive Committee can be
available once again. Whatever might work in your country, please let me
know (lwilliams@beyond2015.org) and we will see if we can work together to
make it happen!

•       Beyond 2015 closing down

Beyond 2015 has been very clear – our advocacy activities ended with the
adoption of Agenda 2030. Between October 2015 and March 2016, we are
focusing on completing the evaluation process, sharing the lessons learned
as widely as possible in order to protect the legacy of the campaign,
redesigning the website to support this, completing our narrative and
financial reporting (both for campaign members and donors) and effectively
closing the campaign down.

We retain a skeleton staff to lead on this process until the end of March
2016, which consists of:
1)      Leo Williams: Director (4 days a week), lwilliams@beyond2015.org
Focus: Lead on closing of the campaign, lead on the evaluation, evaluation
dissemination, lead the Secretariat, and support the Executive Committee.
2)      Ian Mashingaidze: Project Director (full time)
imashingaidze@beyond2015.org
Focus: Contractual issues, grant management, narrative reporting.
3)      Naiara Costa: Advocacy Director (1 day a week) ncosta@beyond2015.org
Focus: Evaluation dissemination, reporting, Beyond 2015 legacy issues.
4)      Ella Masle-Farquhar: International Officer (full time)
efarquhar@beyond2015.org
Focus: Website transformation, design and translation of evaluation,
evaluation dissemination, research and analysis.
5)      Kamona Njolomba: Finance and Admin Officer (full time)
Knjolomba@beyond2015.org
Focus: Financial management, payments, financial reporting, general
administration.

Please note that Beyond 2015 no longer employs any Regional Coordinators,
and the grants provided to national lead agencies have come to an end. We
will thus no longer be coordinating advocacy activities around Agenda 2030
at the national, regional or global levels, and we do not have structures
in place to support this advocacy, as our Working Groups and Task Forces
no longer have secretariat support.

That said, if you are interested in participating in global conversations
about the indicator process, please contact Arelys Bellorini from World
Vision (Arelys_Bellorini@wvi.org) who is the point person for the
self-organised group.

•       Together 2030 – From Policy to Action

A new and exciting initiative has just been launched, called Together 2030
– from Policy to Action, which we would encourage you to join and engage
with. This initiative comes from a number of organisations that recently
joined forces with the aim of advancing the work of the Beyond 2015
campaign’s “Policy to Action” work. This new initiative will advance this
work and push for the implementation and accountability of Agenda 2030 at
all levels. This initiative will bring together partners around national
implementation and tracking progress of the 2030 Agenda for sustainable
development.

The focus of this initiative is on ensuring that CSOs and stakeholders are
able to share knowledge and experience of implementation and
accountability, work together on global, regional and national advocacy,
and track whether commitments made on Agenda 2030 are effectively turned
into action, in order that they can make ambitious and sustained
contributions in the implementation of the SDGs.

•       Check the concept note here/attached: http://bit.ly/1IPIwKX.
•       You can become part of the initiative here: http://goo.gl/forms/M3sojpyzsB

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•       More information: www.together2030.org (coming soon!)
•       Follow Together 2030 on Twitter: @Together_2030Beyond 2015 sees Together 2030 as a promising initiative that is truly
looking to build on the Campaign’s legacy and lessons learned.•       “So Now What”In August 2015, Beyond 2015 had suggested that its members might want to
become part of a fledgling initiative called (provisionally) “So Now
What”, which was planning to focus on Implementation and accountability,
Participation and inclusion and Building a Civil Society Movement. A
number of leading organisations from Beyond 2015 were involved in this
initiative’s Transitional Steering Committee.

This process, however, has not yet led to any concrete outcomes that we
feel will help civil society to promote the implementation of the 2030
Agenda and hold governments accountable. As such, the Beyond 2015
Secretariat, and many of the leading organisations from the campaign who
were involved, are no longer actively participating in this process.

•       Christmas plans

Finally, please note that the Beyond 2015 office will be fully closed from
22 December until 7 January, with no Secretariat presence. The office will
be fully functional on 12 January, with the full Secretariat back at work!

Leo Williams

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FRANÇAIS

Chers collègues,

Nous aimerions partager quelques informations et rappels avec vous avant
la fin de l’année à propos des derniers mois de la campagne Beyond 2015.

•       Restructuration du site web de Beyond 2015

Nous vous avons récemment informé de la restructuration de notre site web,
en vue de mettre l’accent sur l’héritage et les apprentissages de la
Campagne. Nous espérons que le site sera de nouveau opérationnel d’ici le
22 décembre, et vous en informerons de suite. Le domaine du site web
restera le même : www.beyond2015.org

•       Évaluation et apprentissages de Beyond 2015

Comme vous le savez nous sommes en train de finaliser l’évaluation finale
de Beyond 2015. Celle-ci sera prête (rapport complet et résumé exécutif –
en anglais, en français et en espagnol) le 18 janvier 2016, et nous la
mettrons en ligne tout de suite.

Par ailleurs, nous avons prévu un grand nombre d’activités pour diffuser
ce rapport – notamment des réunions, des téléconférences, des discussions
sur Twitter, et une série de blogs.

Appel à l’action : si vous souhaitez organiser une activité de diffusion
pour discuter des apprentissages de la Campagne, veuillez m’avertir par
courriel (lwilliams@beyond2015.org). Vous pourriez par exemple vouloir
organiser une rencontre physique avec vos membres, à laquelle un membre du
Comité exécutif ou du Secrétariat de Beyond 2015 pourrait éventuellement
participer pour vous aider à communiquer les principales conclusions de
l’évaluation. Ou vous souhaiteriez peut-être organiser un séminaire
universitaire / pour la société civile dans votre pays. Ou encore une
discussion sur Google (« Google hangout ») / sur Twitter « Twitter chat »
/ ou par téléconférence avec vos membres, à laquelle les membres du
Secrétariat et du Comité exécutif de Beyond 2015 pourraient participer une
fois de plus. Quelques soient les activités que vous ayez en tête,
veuillez m’informer par courriel (lwilliams@beyond2015.org) pour que nous
puissions voir si nous pouvons vous aider à y parvenir !

•       Clôture progressive de Beyond 2015

Beyond 2015 a été très clair: nos activités de plaidoyer ont pris fin avec
l’adoption de l’Agenda 2030. Entre octobre 2015 et mars 2016 nous nous
focalisons donc désormais sur les tâches suivantes: achever le processus
d’évaluation de la Campagne ; partager nos apprentissages le plus
largement possible afin de protéger l’héritage de la Campagne ;
transformer notre site web à cette même fin ; finaliser nos rapports
narratifs et financiers (tant pour les membres de la Campagne que pour nos
bailleurs de fonds) ; et fermer la Campagne.

Nous conservons un Secrétariat réduit pour mener ce processus jusqu’à la
fin du mois de mars 2016 :
1)      Leo Williams : Directeur (quatre jours par semaine),
lwilliams@beyond2015.org
Axes de travail jusqu’en mars 2016 : guider la clôture de la Campagne;
guider la finalisation de l’évaluation de la Campagne et participer à sa
diffusion; guider le Secrétariat; appuyer le Comité Exécutif.
2)      Ian Mashingaidze : Directeur de projets (temps plein)
imashingaidze@beyond2015.org
Axes de travail jusqu’en mars 2016 : contrats ; gestion des subventions ;
rapports narratifs.
3)      Naiara Costa : Directrice de plaidoyer (un jour par semaine)
ncosta@beyond2015.org
Axes de travail jusqu’en mars 2016 : diffusion de l’évaluation de la
Campagne ; reporting ; l’héritage de Beyond 2015.
4)      Ella Masle-Farquhar : Chargée d’affaires internationales (temps plein)
efarquhar@beyond2015.org
Axes de travail jusqu’en mars 2016 : refonte du site web ; design,
traduction et diffusion de l’évaluation de la Campagne ; études et
analyses.
5)      Kamona Njolomba : Responsable de l’administration et des finances
(temps plein) Knjolomba@beyond2015.org
Axes de travail jusqu’en mars 2016 : gestion financière ; paiements ;
rapports financiers ; administration générale.

Veuillez noter que Beyond 2015 n’emploie désormais plus de coordinateurs
régionaux, et que les subventions accordées à nos agences nationales
chef-de-file ont pris fin. Nous ne sommes donc plus en mesure de
coordonner des activités de plaidoyer autour de l’Agenda 2030 (que ce soit
au niveau international, régional ou national) ; et nous n’avons plus de
structures en place pour appuyer de tells activités vu la clôture de nos
Groupes de travail et des Task forces.

Ceci étant, si vous souhaitez participer aux discussions mondiales qui ont
lieu actuellement pour définir les indicateurs globaux des Objectifs de
Développement Durable, veuillez contacter Arelys Bellorini de World Vision
(Arelys_Bellorini@wvi.org) – le point focal de ce groupe.

•       Ensemble 2030 – de la politique à l’action

Une nouvelle initiative palpitante vient d’être créée sous le nom de
“Ensemble 2030 – de la politique à l’action”, et nous vous encourageons à
y participer. Cette initiative a été lancée par plusieurs organisations
qui se sont récemment regroupées afin de continuer l’axe de travail
“Policy to Action” de Beyond 2015, lequel visait à traduire les
engagements politiques pris par rapport à l’Agenda 2030 en actions
concrètes sur le terrain. Ensemble 2030 entend se focaliser sur cet axe de
travaillant en promouvant la mise en oeuvre de l’Agenda 2030 et la
reddition des comptes – à tous les niveaux. Cette initiative regroupe des
partenaires à travers le monde pour appuyer la mise en oeuvre et le suivi
de l’Agenda 2030.

L’objectif principal de cette initiative est de fournir aux organisations
de la société civile et aux autres parties prenantes une plateforme pour
partager les connaissances et expériences tirées de la mise en oeuvre de
l’Agenda 2030 et du cadre de reddition des comptes ; d’effectuer des
actions de plaidoyer communes aux niveaux global, régional et national; et
de suivre les engagements pris par nos gouvernements pour la mise en
oeuvre de l’Agenda 2030 pour voir s’ils sont réellement mis en oeuvre – et
ainsi contribuer de façon continue et amiteuse à la mise en oeuvre des
ODD.

•       Vous trouverez la note conceptuelle ici : http://bit.ly/1NGPNhp
•       Vous pouvez participer à cette initiative ici :
http://goo.gl/forms/M3sojpyzsB.
•       Plus d’informations : www.together2030.org (bientôt en ligne!)
•       Suivez Ensemble 2030 sur Twitter: @Together_2030

•        “So Now What”

En août 2015, Beyond 2015 avait suggéré à ses membres de participer à une
nouvelle initiative (temporairement appelée « So Now What ») ciblant
plusieurs aspects de l’Agenda 2030 : sa mise en œuvre, la reddition des
comptes, la participation, l’inclusion et la construction d’un mouvement
de la société civile. Un certain nombre d’organisations phares de Beyond
2015 ont été impliquées dans le Comité de pilotage de transition de cette
initiative.

Toutefois, nous estimons que ce processus n’a pas encore produit de
résultats concrets pour effectivement aider la société civile à promouvoir
la mise en œuvre de l’Agenda 2030 et la responsabilisation des
gouvernements à cet égard. C’est pourquoi le Secrétariat de Beyond 2015,
tout comme la plupart des organisations de Beyond 2015 impliquées dans
cette initiative, a décidé de ne plus y prendre part.

•       Fermeture du Secrétariat pendant les fêtes de fin d’année

Enfin, veuillez noter que le Secrétariat de Beyond 2015 sera fermé du 22
décembre 2015 au 7 janvier 2016. Le Secrétariat sera pleinement
opérationnel à partir du 12 janvier 2016.

Bien à vous,
Leo Williams

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Estimados colegas,

Antes el fin del año queremos compartir con vosotros algunas noticias y
algunos avisos sobre los últimos meses de la campaña.

•       Restructuración del sitio web de Más Allá del 2015

Como hemos mencionado, estamos reestructurando el sitio web de Más Allá
del 2015 para centrarse en el legado y en los aprendizajes de la campaña.
Esperamos poner nuestro sitio web en marcha antes del 22 de Diciembre, y
os informaremos de eso. La dirección del sitio no cambiará:
www.beyond2015.org

•       Evaluación y aprendizajes

Como sabéis estamos finalizando la evaluación final de la Campaña.
Esperamos tener el informe completo y el resumen ejecutivo de la
evaluación (en inglés, en francés y en español) el día 18 de Enero del
2016, y pondremos estos documentos en línea inmediatamente.

Además, estamos planificando un gran número de actividades de difusión del
informe – incluyendo reuniones, llamadas, discusiones en Twitter, y blogs.

Llamada a la acción: si queréis organizar una actividad de difusión para
discutir los aprendizajes, por favor háganmelo saber por correo
(lwilliams@beyond2015.org). Por ejemplo, si queréis organizar una reunión
física con sus miembros, un representante del Comité Ejecutivo o de la
Secretaría de la Campaña podría asistir para ayudar a destacar las
principales conclusiones de la evaluación. O tal vez os gustaría organizar
un seminario académico / con la sociedad civil en su país. O tal vez una
discusión con sus miembros por Google (“Google Hangout”) / Twitter
(“Twitter chat”) / teleconferencia, a la cual representantes del Comité
Ejecutivo y de la Secretaría podrían asistir una vez más. Cualquiera sean
vuestras ideas, por favor háganmelas saber (lwilliams@beyond2015.org) para
que veamos si podemos trabajar juntos para lograrlas!

•       Proceso de cierre de Más Allá del 2015

Más Allá del 2015 ha sido muy claro – nuestras actividades de incidencia
terminaron con la adopción de la Agenda 2030. Entre Octubre del 2015 y
Marzo del 2016 estamos centrando nuestros esfuerzos en las acciones
siguientes: completar el proceso de evaluación de la Campaña ; compartir
nuestros aprendizajes lo más posible para proteger el legado de la Campaña
; rediseñar nuestro sitio web con miras a esto ; finalizar nuestros
informes narrativos y financieros (tanto para los miembros de la Campaña
como para los donantes); y cerrar efectivamente la Campaña.

La Secretaría de la Campaña sigue trabajando hasta Marzo del 2016 con un
grupo reducido:
1)      Leo Williams: Director (4 días por semana), lwilliams@beyond2015.org
Ejes de trabajo: orientar el cierre de la Campaña; guiar la evaluación
final de la Campaña y participar en su difusión; guiar la Secretaria;
apoyar el Comité Ejecutivo.
2)      Ian Mashingaidze: Director de proyectos (trabajo tiempo completo)
imashingaidze@beyond2015.org
Ejes de trabajo: contractos; gestión de subvenciones; informes narrativos.
3)      Naiara Costa:  Directora de Incidencia (1 día por semana)
ncosta@beyond2015.org
Ejes de trabajo: difusión de la evaluación final de la Campaña, informes,
legado de Beyond 2015.
4)      Ella Masle-Farquhar: Responsable de Asuntos Internacionales (trabajo
tiempo completo) efarquhar@beyond2015.org
Ejes de trabajo: restructuración del sitio web de Beyond 2015; diseño,
traducción y difusión de la evaluación final de la Campaña; investigación
y análisis.
5)      Kamona Njolomba: Responsable de Administración y Finanzas (trabajo
tiempo completo) Knjolomba@beyond2015.org
Ejes de trabajo: gestión financiera, pagos, informes financieros,
administración general.

Queremos avisaros que no tenemos Coordinadores Regionales y que nuestras
subvenciones para agencias lideres han terminado. Por tanto no estamos
coordinando actividades de incidencia sobre la Agenda 2030 – que sea al
nivel mundial, regional o nacional – y no tenemos estructuras para eso
visto el cierre de nuestros Grupos de trabajo y de nuestros “Task Forces”.

Dicho eso, si queréis participar en las conversaciones mundiales sobre el
proceso de definición de los indicadores mundiales para los Objetivos de
Desarrolllo Sostenle (ODS), por favor contactar Arelys Bellorini de World
Vision (Arelys_Bellorini@wvi.org) – el punto focal de este grupo
auto-organizado.

•       Juntos 2030: de la política a la acción

Una iniciativa muy interesante acaba de nacer bajo el nombre “Juntos 2030
- de la política a la acción” – y os animamos a participar en ésta. Dicha
iniciativa surgió hace poco tiempo de la decisión de unas organizaciones
de trabajar juntas para avanzar el eje de trabajo “Policy to Action” de
Más Allá del 2015 – lo cual buscaba hacer efectivo los compromisos
políticos sobre la Agenda 2030. Entonces esta nueva iniciativa avanzará
este eje de trabajo – con un énfasis en la ejecución y la rendición de
cuentas de la Agenda 2030 en todos los niveles. Esta iniciativa reunirá
socios alrededor de la implementación de la agenda y del seguimiento de
los progresos realizados con este fin.

Esta iniciativa busca proveer a las OSC y a las partes interesantes un
espacio para compartir conocimientos y experiencias sobre la
implementación y la responsabilización de la Agenda 2030; para realizar
actividades de incidencia común a nivel global, regional y nacional; medir
la realización de los compromisos sobre la Agenda – y así contribuir de
manera sostenible y con un alto nivel de ambición a la realización de los
ODS.

•       Documento conceptual adjunto y aquí: http://bit.ly/1OQf9wL
•       Súmese a la iniciativa en este enlace: http://goo.gl/forms/M3sojpyzsB
•       Más información: www.together2030.org (estará disponible pronto!)
•       Siga Juntos 2030 en Twitter: @Together_2030

Beyond 2015 considera Juntos 2030 como una iniciativa prometedora que
busca aprovechar los aprendizajes de la Campana y mantener su legado.

•       “So Now What”

En Agosto de este año, Más Allá del 2015 sugirió a sus miembros de
participar en una nueva iniciativa llamada “So What Now” (nombre
provisional), la cual fue creada para trabajar sobre distintos aspectos de
la Agenda 2030: su implementación, la rendición de cuentas, la
participación, la inclusión y la construcción de un movimiento de la
sociedad civil. Varias organizaciones lideres de Más Allá del 2015
participaron en el Comité Directivo de Transición de esta iniciativa.

Sin embargo, consideramos que esta iniciativa todavía no ha llevado ningún
resultado concreto para ayudar a la sociedad civil en sus esfuerzos de
promoción de la implementación de la Agenda 2030 y de responsabilización
de los gobiernos. Como tal, la Secretaría de Más Allá del 2015, junto con
muchas de las organizaciones lideres de la campaña que se involucraron en
esta nueva iniciativa, han decidido no participar más en ella.

•       Fin del año

Finalmente, os avisamos que la Secretaria de Más Allá del 2015 estará
cerrada del 22 de Diciembre hasta el 7 de Enero. Estaremos todos de vuelta
el día 12 de Enero.

Atentamente,
Leo Williams

Leo Williams
Director
Beyond 2015

Follow Beyond 2015 on Twitter @Beyond2015

Click here to listen to a great song about Beyond 2015 produced in Kiribati.
Click here to check out photos from our high-level side event on 27
September and relive the event here.
http://www.beyond2015.org
Follow Beyond 2015 on Twitter @Beyond2015

Check Beyond 2015 song:

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[Beyond 2015:482] ENGLISH/FRANÇAIS/ESPAÑOL – Beyond 2015 website back online

FRANÇAIS
Chers membres de Beyond 2015,
Nous sommes ravis de vous annoncer que la reconstruction du site web de Beyond 2015 est terminée et que notre site est de nouveau en ligne à la même adresse: www.beyond2015.org
Notre site web met l’accent désormais sur l’héritage de la Campagne et nos apprentissages. Nous espérons que la nouvelle version du site web vous plaira et tenons à vous remercier de nouveau pour votre patience ces dernières semaines pendant que le site était hors-ligne. Nous nous excusons de nouveau pour toute gêne occasionnée.
Un grand merci en particulier à Herd pour leur travail informatique et leur soutien sans reláche, ainsi qu’à SBB pour le nouveau logo ainsi que les belles images qui figurent sur notre page d’accueil.
Bonne année à tous et merci pour vos contributions cette année.
À l’année prochaine!
Bien à vous.

ESPAÑOL
Queridos miembros de Más Allá del 2015 / Beyond 2015,
Es para nosotros un gran placer informaros que la reconstrucción del sitio web de Más Allá del 2015 / Beyond 2015 está terminada y que nuestro sitio funciona de nuevo (misma dirección: www.beyond2015.org)
Ahora nuestro sitio web está centrado en el legado y en los aprendizajes de la Campaña. Esperamos que esta nueva version os gusta, y queremos agradeceros otra vez por vuestra paciencia durante la fase de reconstrucción. Lamentamos mucho las molestias que esto pudo ocasionar
Muchas gracias sobre todo a Herd por su trabajo informático y apoyo continuo, y a SBB por el nuevo logo y las maravillosas imágenes de la página principal.
Feliz año nuevo a todos y muchas gracias por su contribuciones a la Campaña este año.
Saludos

ENGLISH
Dear members of Beyond 2015,
We are pleased to announce that we have finished redesigning the Beyond 2015 website and that it is back online at the same address: www.beyond2015.org
The new focus of the website is on the Campaign’s legacy and lessons learned. We hope you enjoy the revamped version of our website and would like to thank you again for your patience whilst the site was in maintenance mode. Apologies again for any inconvenience caused.
Special thanks to Herd for their development work and wonderful support, and to SBB for providing us with a new logo and lovely images for our homepage.
Best wishes to you all for next year, and thank you for your contributions to the Campaign in 2015.
Kind regards,

Ella Masle-Farquhar

International Officer, Beyond 2015

Based in Brussels, Belgium

efarquhar@beyond2015.org

Tel: +32 (0)4 70 13 33 79

Skype: ella.masle-farquhar

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Climate Agreement Has Been Adopte, 2015

UN FCCC logo

Paris EifelTower Climate agreement Paris 2015

 

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

The Climate Agreement has officially been adopted.  This is a starting point to build on as we move forward from COP 21 to the Global Treaty on Climate, 2020.  To read the Agreement in full, http://unfccc.int/documentation/documents/advanced_search/items/6911.php?priref=600008831
•  To read theDecisions adopted by COP 21 and CMP 11, http://unfccc.int/2860.php
•  Of special note, Decision -/CP.21:
Terms of reference for the intermediate review of the Doha work programme on Article 6 of the Convention [1 /4 pages]
All the best,
UNSD Education Caucus Climate Change COP 21 Delegation

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Earth To Paris community –There is reason for celebration.  At the COP21 United Nations conference in Paris today, officials from nearly 200 countries reached a new agreement to address the threat of global climate change.The phrase “the world is watching” was used by everyone. The Secretary-General, the hosts, nation states, activists, experts, scientists. They watched because a new reality of digital connectivity and social media and global public engagement made that possible. That is at the heart of the #EarthToParis coalition and what each of you made possible. A connected, social world lets the entire planet be part of a summit moment, and a Paris discussion.The afternoon has been filled with hugs, tears, and standing ovations at Le Bourget as French Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Fabius gaveled in the agreement with an appropriately green gavel: “It’s a small gavel, but I think it has a big impact.”We know this agreement alone will not meet the threat of climate change; that will require continued ambitious action from governments, the private sector, and all of us to limit the global rise in temperature and move more rapidly toward a clean energy future with net zero emissions.But after decades of debate, the battle over the reality of climate change is over. Countries from every region of the world and every stage of development have committed to act because they recognize that it is in their self-interest and in humanity’s common interest.

Thank you for all your efforts and being part of the turning point on climate change.

Aaron Sherinian and Zain Habboo

United Nations Foundation

PS – Read more here – UN Foundation Statement: Now We Must Move with Urgency to Deliver on Promise of Climate Agreement and the GOOD article: The Paris Agreement Is Adopted

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Indigenous peoples on the front lines of climate change: Conference at UNESCO, 26 and 27 November 2015

 

Indigenous peoples on the front lines of climate change
Conference at UNESCO, 26 and 27 November

 

Paris, 23 November—Resilience in a time of uncertainty: Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change is the title of a conference at UNESCO Headquarters on 26 and 27 November, when participants will take stock of the impact of climate change on indigenous peoples and examine ways to reinforce their resilience.
In organizing the event ahead of the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP21), UNESCO—supported by France’s National Natural History Museum and the indigenous peoples’ organization, Tebtebba—recognizes the fact that indigenous peoples’ ways of life are closely linked to natural cycles and environmental developments, making them particularly vulnerable to the impact of climate change.
The Samis of northern Europe, Berbers living in the High Atlas in Morocco, indigenous villagers in Alaska, or Vanuatu communities in the Pacific Ocean, to name but a few, are experiencing the adverse effects of climate change very keenly, although they contribute little to its causes. Indigenous peoples are developing coping strategies to meet the dangerous challenges posed by rising sea levels, melting glaciers and long periods of drought.
Assistant UNESCO Director-General Flavia Schlegel will open the Conference with France’s Environment and Sustainable Development Minister, Ségolène Royal, and Kayapo Chief Raoni Metuktire from Brazil’s Amazon rainforest region, and Bolivia’s Vice Minister for Planning.
Over the two days of the Conference, experts and representatives of indigenous peoples will present studies about and first-hand accounts of the challenges posed by climate change and activities undertaken to strengthen the resilience of the communities concerned.
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More information: http://indigenous2015.org/

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IBON International Updates #5 from Paris

Dear colleagues,
Please find attached IBON International Update from the Paris Climate talks. You may find the numbering confusing, but please ignore this-  things have been quite confusing in these talks as well.
In solidarity,
tetet
Maria Theresa Nera-Lauron
Peoples’ Movement on Climate Change
IBON International
3F IBON Center, 114 Timog Avenue, Quezon City
Philippines
Tel. No. +632 9277060-62
Skype: tetet.lauron

IBON International Updates #10 Climate (1)

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Letter to SG / Join Together 2030 / SD in Action Newsletter
2016 INNOVATION AWARD
TO UN DESA NGO MAJOR GROUP & OTHER STAKEHOLDERS  
Naiara Costa <naiara.costa@together2030.org>
Date: Mon, Dec 7, 2015
Subject: Invitation: Join Together 2030 / Juntos 2030 / Ensemble 2030
To: Contact Together 2030 <contact@together2030.org>, together-2030@googlegroups.com

Español abajo -En français plus bas

[1] El grupo de organizaciones fundadoras está compuesto actualmente por:  CEPEI (Colombia); JDPC Ijebu-Ode (Nigeria); Philippine Social Enterprise Network (Philippines); Save Matabeleland (Zimbabwe); Sightsavers (Global); World Vision (Global).

FRANCAIS

 Cher collègue,

C’est avec grand plaisir que nous souhaiterions vous inviter à rejoindre Ensemble 2030, une nouvelle initiative qui rassemblera des partenaires à travers le monde autour de la mise en œuvre au niveau national et du suivi des progrès accomplis en vue de la réalisation du Programme de développement durable à l’horizon 2030 (Agenda 2030.

Vous pouvez participer à cette initiative ici : http://goo.gl/forms/M3sojpyzsB.

Qu’est ce qu’est cette initiative? L’objectif est de s’assurer que les organisations de la société civile et les parties prenantes sont capables de partager leur compréhension et leur expérience concernant une mise en œuvre transparente et efficace, de travailler ensemble sur des plaidoyers communs aux niveaux global, régional et national, et de vérifier si les engagements pris avec l’Agenda 2030 se sont effectivement traduits en actes, afin qu’elles puissent contribuer de manière ambitieuse et durable à la mise en œuvre des ODD.

Pourquoi est-elle nécessaire? La mise en œuvre de ces engagements nécessitera non seulement un leadership fort de la part des gouvernements (aux niveaux national, régional, infranational et global) mais également la participation de parties prenantes beaucoup plus diverses et la mise en place de coalitions plus créatives et d’actions communes de plaidoyers. Depuis mars 2015, Beyond 2015 promeut l’Initiative De la Politique à l’Action ( Policy to Action Initiative), en se concentrant sur le développement d’un leadership politique pour la mise en œuvre de l’agenda post-2015 au niveau national, en visant à s’assurer que les ODD sont mis en œuvre dans les stratégies de développement nationales, et que les populations et leurs organisations sont incluses dans la phase de mise en œuvre le plus tôt possible. Alors que la campagne Beyond 2015 touche à sa fin, nous sommes convaincus que son travail important ne doit pas s’achever pour autant. Nous devons également renforcer de manière urgente notre dialogue et nos liens avec les gouvernements et autres partenaires pour peser en faveur de la mise en œuvre de l’Agenda 2030 à partir de janvier 2016.

Qui est à l’origine de cette initiative ? Un groupe d’organisations [1] se sont alliées pour faire avancer ce travail et pour promouvoir la mise en œuvre efficace et transparente de l’Agenda 2030 à tous les niveaux. Cette initiative fera partie de la réponse diversifiée de la société civile à l’Agenda 2030, et nous nous sommes engagés à inclure tout le monde dans ce processus et à collaborer avec les autres types de réponses, la société civile auto-organisée et les autres structures des parties prenantes. Notre objectif pour Ensemble 2030 est de collaborer avec un « écosystème» d’initiatives, de plateformes et de partenariats élargi et diversifié, qui pourrait être établi pour le suivi de cet ambitieux Agenda 2030.

Comment puis-je participer ? Tout d’abord, nous apprécierions grandement d’entendre vos idées sur comment mieux travailler ensemble, et dans un second temps, vous recevrez des invitations pour vous joindre à un ensemble de webinars sur des expériences de mise en œuvre efficace et transparente, qui commenceront au début de janvier 2016. Dans un troisième temps, un lien vers notre site sera mis en ligne bientôt, où vous pourrez partager vos ressources et vos expériences. Et enfin nous faciliterons le développement et la dissémination de messages communs à l’occasion d’évènements globaux comme le Forum Politique de Haut Niveau (HLPF) – nous vous serions reconnaissants de partager avec nous votre perspective et expériences à ce sujet en vue de préparer cet évènement.
Voici donc quelques exemples sur la manière dont vous pouvez participer, et nous pensons que cette initiative pourra évoluer de manière passionnante, et tout particulièrement si ses membres se l’approprient et que les idées circulent librement.

Nous nous réjouissons de notre futur travail en commun et de faire bouger avec vous le débat de la politique à l’action !

Vous trouverez la note conceptuelle attachée ici: http://bit.ly/1NGPNhp .

Vous pouvez joindre notre initiative ici : http://goo.gl/forms/M3sojpyzsB.

Plus d’informations sur: www.together2030.org (Bientôt en ligne!)

Suivez Ensemble 2030 sur Twitter: @Together_2030

[1] Les organisations fondatrices de ce groupe sont actuellement les suivantes: CEPEI (Colombie); JDPC Ijebu-Ode (Nigeria); Philippine Social Enterprise Network (Philippines); Save Matabeleland (Zimbabwe); Sightsavers (Globale); World Vision (Globale).

Naiara Costa

Together 2030

Mob. +1 917 930 4069

Email: naiara.costa@together2030.org

Skype: naiaracc (New York, USA)

Twitter: @naiaracc; @Together_2030

Jeffery Huffines

​NGO Major Group Organizing Partner​
CIVICUS UN Representative (NY)
Cell: +1 646-707-1060
Email: jeffery.huffines@civicus.org
Twitter: @JefferyHuffines
Skype: jefferyvhuffines

CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation
355 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York 10017, USA
PO BOX 933, Southdale 2135, JHB, South Africa

Ensemble 2030 – Introduction – Francais

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Eiffel Tower Guide to the Climate Revolution in Paris – corrected link

Eiffel Tower ParisEiffel Tower Paris

Dear friends and colleagues,
Sorry. Here is the corrected link l to my take on the emergence in Paris of a new global architecture that could drive transformative actions on the climate crisis.   Coincidentally this new paradigm is well-illustrated by the unique quality and elements of the Eiffel Tower – a monument already to two earlier revolutions.   Looking at the Tower makes it easier to see the linkages between the various levels of the UN climate mega-gathering and the relationship between long-term global goals and national plans and commitments to take action where it matters in countries, communities, corporations, and civil societies.   This Guide draws upon years of advocacy, research, and benefits from a conversation with a growing group of academic experts, officials and practitioners that have been exploring new structures to galvanize the groundswell of climate actions worldwide.
I would most welcome your comments and reactions.
Jacob
I wanted to share my recent blog on why after 25 years of advocacy and engagement on climate change, I am very hopeful about Paris.  It is different from past UN climate change mega-gatherings.  In Paris, we are seeing the emergence of a new global architecture that could drive the transformative actions we need to deal with the climate crisis.   Coincidentally, that new architecture in well-illustrated by the Eiffel Tower.  In the blog, I pose the possibility that the Tower – a monument to past revolutions – could be the symbol of the start of the Climate Revolution over the next two in Paris.
S JACOB SCHERR
Senior Advisor International Program
NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL
1152 15TH STREET NW, SUITE 300
WASHINGTON, DC 20005
M 202.812.4766
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Something is happening at the fringe of the COP

Please share widely with your colleagues and networks.
Dear Friends and Colleagues:
Something is happening at the fringe of the COP21.
Here is a short statement.
All these people are sharing a vision of where humanity wants to go and to do about Climate Change.
I think it is important.
Please share this far and wide.
Best regards,

Dr. John D. Liu

Director, Environmental Education Media Project (EEMP)
Visiting Fellow, Netherlands Institute of Ecology (NIOO)
Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW)
Ecosystems Ambassador, COMMONLAND FOUNDATION

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Complete Coverage of Paris Climate Talks; plus Canada’s First Nations Battle a Tar Sands Pipeline

Yale Environment 360 <e360@yale.edu>

Date: December 3, 2015
Subject: Complete Coverage of Paris Climate Talks; plus Canada’s First Nations Battle a Tar Sands Pipeline
Reply-To: Yale Environment 360 <e360@yale.edu>
Dr. P. J. Puntenney
Environmental & Human Systems Management
1989 West Liberty
 Ann Arbor, MI  48103  USA
Cell:  1-734-352-7429

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COP21 Paris: Leader’s Event and High Level Segment Monday and Tuesday

Dear Community of Educators,

COP 21 Updates:
There is so much going on, it is both exciting and informative with enormous positive energy being generated around COP 21.  You will want to follow the UNFCCC news page, see pages 1 and 2 for how to plug in via web casts, Twitter, etc.  http://unfccc.int/meetings/paris_nov_2015/items/9288.php
For those attending, additional information has been made available on “Information on conference logistics”http://unfccc.int/meetings/paris_nov_2015/items/9288.php
Tomorrow and Tuesday are the Leader’s forum and the High Level Segments on Monday and Tuesdayhttp://newsroom.unfccc.int/cop21parisinformationhub/cop-21cmp-11-information-hub-leaders-and-high-level-segment/
Attached below is a copy of our UNSD Education Caucus Climate Change briefing entitled, “Preparing Society for Climate Change”, please share with your colleagues and networks, especially your national government contacts.  Their INDCs should have Environmental Education built into their national climate change plan of action, not as an add-on but integrated throughout, a lens.
All the best,
Co-Coordinators UNSD Education Caucus Climate Change Team

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Canada, Oceans, Paris COP21: Science Matters – Canada’s oceans matter, at the Paris climate talks and beyond

http://www.davidsuzuki.org/blogs/science-matters/2015/11/canadas-oceans-matter-at-the-paris-climate-talks-and-beyond/?mkt_tok=3RkMMJWWfF9wsRoiv6nKZKXonjHpfsX56u8sW6axlMI%2F0ER3fOvrPUfGjI4JTMBkI%2BSLDwEYGJlv6SgFS7jNMbZkz7gOXRE%3D

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Shell in Paris

SUM Of USHelene H. Oord,

When just two meters of sea level rise would displace 200 million people across the world, we’re not exaggerating when we say that real climate action is literally a matter of life and death.

New studies warn that unfettered climate change would easily put cities worldwide permanently underwater. This December’s Paris convening of leaders from 190 nations is our best chance at a climate change deal that will keep us all above water.

So why are 20% of the conference’s talks being sponsored by corporations? Even worse, the world’s leading polluters like Shell and Chevron are being allowed to influence key policy-makers through behind-the-scenes backroom deals.

This is why we’re coming together to demand the UN kick big polluters out of climate policy. Will you add your voice?

climate deal now!

Share this video now and help tell global leaders we need a climate deal that works for people, not corporations.

Thanks for all that you do,

Paul, Ledys, Liz, Emma and the rest of us at SumOfUs.org

P.S. If you haven’t had a chance to sign the petition to kick big polluters out of the climate talks — sign it here. 

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More information:
If This Part of Antarctica Collapses, Sea Levels Could Rise 10 Feet, Vice, November 3, 2015.

SumOfUs is a worldwide movement of people like you, working together to hold corporations accountable for their actions and forge a new, sustainable path for our global economy. Please help keep SumOfUs strong by chipping in €3 .

Have a great idea for a SumOfUs campaign? Start your own petition and the best ones could be emailed to the whole SumOfUs community.

This email was sent to worldview.mission@gmail.com

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Invitation – U. Cambridge Symposium on Governing Global Climate Change – 28 Nov 2015

Education Caucus – list <WSSD-EducationCaucus@umich.edu>
19 november 2015 22:42

In condolence and solidarity with the citizens of Paris, with renewed determination and commitment to secure the strongest possible outcomes in the upcoming Paris negotiations on climate change,

we would greatly appreciate it if you could share this announcement with your networks, and if interested, be welcome to register now for…

Governing Global Climate Change: Potential and Prospects of a Paris Accord

International Symposium

Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge

8:30 – 18hr / 28 Nov 2015

What global climate regime may be agreed in the 21st UN Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference of the Parties?

How to foster sustainable landscapes governance, and implement future legal and policy reforms for the low-carbon economy?

What is the future of climate change litigation, and how to realise human rights for climate justice?

You are invited to an international symposium on the law and governance of climate change, in the context of the negotiations for a new Paris accord, in the beautiful and historic University of Cambridge Faculty of Law.

Join climate negotiators, law-makers, experts, academics and students to debate crucial law and governance challenges. A rich and fascinating programme includes…

Eminent experts and leading academics and international law practitioners join us in Cambridge from across the world, in advance of the world’s renewed determination to secure a successful UN Framework Convention on Climate Change COP21 in Paris:

* Mr. James Cameron, Chairman (Overseas Development Institute) tbc

* Ms. Bianca Jagger, Human Rights and Climate Change Advocate (CIGI)

* Dr. Andrew Wardell, Senior Manager (CIFOR)

* Prof. Ying-Shih Hsieh, Chairman (Environmental Quality Protection Foundation)

* Dr. Marie-Claire Cordonier, Senior Director (CISDL) & Affiliated Fellow (LCIL)

* Dr. Oonagh Fitzgerald, Director (CIGI ILRP)

* Prof. Christina Voigt, University of Oslo Faculty of Law and Senior Research Fellow (CISDL) tbc

* Dr. Markus Gehring, Cambridge Law Faculty, Lead Counsel (CISDL) and Fellow (LCIL)

* Prof. Jorge Viñuales, Cambridge Land Economy Dept, Director and Fellow (C-EENRG) tbc

* Prof. Sumudu Attapattu, University of Wisconsin, Lead Counsel (CISDL)

* Dr. Robert Kibugi, University of Nairobi Law Faculty, and Lead Counsel (CISDL)

Opening Plenary: Debate the potential of the new global climate change regime and potential of international measures for climate change mitigation, resilience and finance.

Experts Roundtables:

(i) human rights for climate justice

(ii) legal frameworks for sustainable landscapes

(iii) legal tools for the low-carbon economy

Luncheon Book Launches: 

* Prof. Sumudu Atapattu’s new book titled Human Rights Approaches to Climate Change: Challenges and Opportunities (Routledge 2015) & 

* Prof Thomas Cottier (Professor & former Managing Director, World Trade Institute, University of Bern) The Quest for Distributive Justice in International Law: Equitable Principles of Maritime Boundary Delimitation (CUP, 2015)

Afternoon Plenary: Share how to make climate legislation work on the ground – the challenges, the innovations and the solutions.

Further Experts Roundtables:

(iv) climate loss and damage, liability and compensation

(v) governance of REDD+ and sustainable forests

(vi) strategies for climate litigation

Closing Roundtable: Deliberate the future climate law and governance research and action agenda.

Venue: Lauterpacht Centre for International Law (LCIL), Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge (5 Cranmer Rd, Cambridge UK CN3 9LB).

Register now at: http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/governing-global-climate-change-potential-and-prospects-of-a-paris-accord-tickets-18981314623.

Please hurry, as seats are limited.

For details: Please contact Francesse Joy J. Cordon, Associate Fellow and International Law on Sustainable Development Project Coordinator of CISDL at fjjc3@cam.ac.uk or check the CISDL website at www.cisdl.org.

Hosts: Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (CISDL), the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law (LCIL) and the Centre for Energy, Environment and Natural Resources Governance of the University of Cambridge, the Centre for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI), West Coast Environmental Law (WCEL), the Environmental Quality Protection Foundation (EQPF) and a consortium of law faculties and institutes from across the world.

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Our Moving Borders

Our Moving Borders

http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/27800473

 Drs Ruud Lubbers, Former Prime Minister Of The Netherlands & Ms. Helene H. OordDrs. Ruud Lubbers, Former Prime Minister Of the Netherlands & Ms. Hélène H. Oord

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FntRVRzwCu4b

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COP21 Paris Cancellations – Urgent Reply Requested

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Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Education Caucus – list <WSSD-EducationCaucus@umich.edu> 18 november 2015
The UNSD still needs 6, one week registration slots for COP21 in Paris.  Among your colleagues and  networks, let us
know if you hear of any cancellations, especially with the recent events in Paris.
Thanks.
All the best,
Pam Puntenney and Bremley Lyngdoh
UNSD Education Caucus Co-Chairs
with Co-Coordinators Climate Change Team


Dr. P. J. Puntenney
Environmental & Human Systems Management
1989 West Liberty
 Ann Arbor, MI  48103  USA
Cell:  1-734-352-7429

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Education Caucus – list <WSSD-EducationCaucus@umich.edu>
datum: 14 november 2015

Paris climate talks, will   NOT be cancelled

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Paris climate talks, will   NOT be cancelled

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Paris Climate Talks Will NOT Be Cancelled, Obama Will Attend

The day after a deadly attack in Paris killed more than 120 people, a senior French diplomatic source said COP21, the Paris climate talks, will not be cancelled
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http://ecowatch.com/2015/11/14/paris-climate-talks-not-cancelled/

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PARIS ATTACKS REMIND US WE’RE AT WAR WITH BRUTAL TERRORISTS | Mizzou and Yale Show What Mob Rule Looks Like | Distorting the News ‘While Black’ | Court Deals Blow to Obama’s Executive Amnesty | NY Attorney General Tries to Criminalize Dissent

Paris Attacks Remind Us We’re at War With Brutal Terrorist Groups
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Paris

Dear Friends and Colleagues.

 
Our heart is with France and its people.
 
Paris is under a state of emergency.  Friends we know in Paris are OK.  BBC is reporting all through the night with reports continuing to come in regarding the multiple locations where attacks have occurred with at least 140 people killed.  People planning to attend COP 21 in Paris is a few weeks for the UN climate summit are wondering and are concerned.  We will be consulting with our organisers in Paris and partner organisations as they and us monitor the situation.  The safety of the UN SD Education Caucus delegation and all delegations is a high priority.  At the moment the borders have been closed and the military called out.  It will probably be a couple of days before we know more about why, the reasons of the attack and by whom.
 
Shooting Restaurant Paris
• At least 140 people reported to have been killed in French capital attacks
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In peace,
Pam Puntenney and Bremley Lyngdoh
UN SD Education Caucus Co-Chairs
Climate Change Co-Coordinators and COP21 Delegation

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Dr. P. J. Puntenney
Environmental & Human Systems Management
1989 West Liberty
 Ann Arbor, MI  48103  USA
Cell: +1-(734) 352•7429
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UN Foundation “Climate Change” Video – “CALL For a video or a photo” – Deadline November 22nd

 

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

The UN Foundation has produced a video about “Climate Change”, please share with your colleagues and networks plus a contribution like your own video or a photo.  Deadline November 22nd.
2,708,643 Views

This December, 50,000 world leaders from over 190 nations will meet in Paris for the COP21 Paris Climate Conference to (hopefully) pass resolutions to combat climate change. The stakes couldn’t be higher, but the outcome remains unclear. Send a message from ‪#‎EarthToParis‬ - tell the world’s leaders to make bold commitments to combat climate change. Share a video or a photo by 11/22 using the hashtag #EarthToParis [Video by GOOD + Nirvanwww.earthtoparis.org

All the best,
Pam Puntenney and Bremley Lyngdoh

UNSD Education Caucus Co-Chairs with
Co-Coordinators Climate Change Delegation

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Dr. P. J. Puntenney
Environmental & Human Systems Management
1989 West Liberty
 Ann Arbor, MI  48103  USA
Cell: +1-(734) 352•7429
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Who knew Judith Curry could star in a comedy? Maybe she could do standup with Lord Monckton

Climate skeptics offer ‘cinematic proof’ that warming is a sham

Jean Chemnick, E&E reporter

Published: Tuesday, December 8, 2015

PARIS — Climate skeptics donned tuxedos and walked the red carpet yesterday night to ridicule the quest for a global deal on greenhouse gases now underway in a suburb of the French capital.

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The American climate skeptic group Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow, or CFACT, supported by the Association of French Climate Optimists and other Gallic disputers of man-made climate change, released its film “Climate Hustle,” which attempts to make the case that the scientific community and political activists are deliberately misrepresenting the science of warming.

The gala in a century-old cinema on a side street in central Paris came as U.N. talks entered their second tense week with hopes of producing an agreement on emissions and finance sometime during the weekend.

But the mood at Cinéma du Panthéon was decidedly more festive than the one now prevailing at the conference facility at Le Bourget, where 40,000 participants are buckling down for a long slog. The film premier brought out climate skeptic luminaries, a few bemused Parisians, some protesters and a friendly polar bear who apparently didn’t feel himself to be at all endangered by rising temperatures linked to fossil fuel combustion.

In attendance was Lord Christopher Monckton, a British peer who in 2012 was ejected from climate negotiations in Doha, Qatar, after he impersonated a delegate from the climate-vulnerable nation of Myanmar in order to address the plenary on the subject of why climate change isn’t happening.

At an opening reception that was heavily weighted toward French cheese plates, Marc Morano, a former aide to Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.) and publisher of the skeptic blog Climate Depot, offered the film as “cinematic proof that the great global warming calamity has been canceled.”

CFACT founding President David Rothbard told the crowd that the international exercise underway in an airfield a few miles out of town is pointless because the link between human-caused emissions and warming is no more established than when the Kyoto Protocol was negotiated 18 years ago.

“The science was not settled in 1997, and the science is not settled today,” he said.

Founding Executive Director Craig Rucker said the idea of making a film occurred to the group when it saw its “adversary” Greenpeace produce one in the 1990s.

A comedy?

The film was billed as a comedy. But aside from some scenes where Rothbard and Rucker are “hustled” by a recurring street con man character playing a game called three-card monte with an ace up his sleeve — apparently a metaphor for climate scientists — it reads more as a documentary of relatively modest budget.

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Marc Morano poses ironically with a polar bear at a climate skeptics’ movie event on the outskirts of the Paris climate summit. Photo by Jean Chemnick.

It leans heavily on well-known contrarian climate scientists including Judith Curry, Patrick Moore and Bob Carter — many of whom attended the premiere — to make the claims frequently cited by climate skeptics. To wit, carbon dioxide is plant food; global warming has paused for the past decade and a half; and the medieval warming period explains warming, while the current climate is historically cool and the atmosphere “famished” for carbon. Climate scientists are a clique who resist ideas that conflict with their assumptions.

Venance Journé, a climate researcher with France’s National Scientific Research Council, said she somehow was added to one of the ally groups’ email lists and came out of curiosity.

She said it is important to understand all points of view in the climate discussion.

“If people who disagree separate from each other, how can you progress?” she said.

Journé, who has worked in this area for 25 years, said evidence that man-made greenhouse gas emissions were driving warming existed in the 1960s and has only strengthened since then.

“We have to have an agreement,” she said.

But Paraguayan farmer Albrecht Glatzle, who said he was in Paris representing other Paraguayan farmers concerned about how greenhouse gas restraints could affect their operations, said the science of climate change is far from settled.

Glatzle said he is convinced that methane from livestock plays no role in driving atmospheric warming. And he said carbon dioxide makes his crops healthier.

“As a farmer, CO2 is an ally, not an enemy,” he said.

Jim Siegel
U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service
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Lead-up to Paris – Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF) Ministries

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Saudi Arabia at COP

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In a communiqué titled “Moving Beyond the First Wave of CCS Demonstrations” and released following days of discussion, Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (‪#‎CSLF‬) member country Ministers and Heads of Delegation affirmed that CCS is an indispensable element of any effective response to climate change.

http://www.cslforum.org/publi…/documents/CSLF_Communique.pdf

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Feedback: Pre-COP21 civil society dialogue

Dear all, 
 
Trust this finds you well. 
 
As mentioned last week, I represented YOUNGO at the Paris Pre-COP civil society dialogue on November 8, 2015 Generally, it was an essential interaction between Civil society and select member states to voice their concerns and expectations relevant to the upcoming Climate Agreement next month.
Key areas of contention remained the below 1.5 degrees target, finance and facilitation, and the Post-2020 mechanism for implementation. 
 
I have attached a document of notes pertaining to the stance(s) of different parties at the briefing, as a guide for our negotiation efforts at the COP later this month. There are quite a few parties pushing for below 2 degrees targets, as well as a 5-year periodic review of the implementation; however, there are others who are failing to commit to anything less than 3 degrees. That said, this is not to say that what we heard in the ministerial dialogue is set in stone — it is understandable that there are many stakeholders involved in this collective agreement, and so fingers crossed for the final outcomes later this month/early next month. 
 
Another matter shared at the discussion was the nature of interactions between CSOs and member states at the COP21, and to what extent would our influence be entertained in the negotiations. 
 
On a side note, there was a general feeling amongst civil society representative that we could have been involved in the entire pre-COP proceedings to genuinely show commitment to stakeholder engagement. The contrary was true, as we merely attended the meeting for less then 2 hours, with no formal feedback from the presidency on our input.
Also attached are a few of our pictures at the event. 
 
Feel free to share your feedback and thoughts! And keep the momentum rolling; we’re almost there!
Sincerely, 
Ali
Ali Shahbaz
Pakistan Youth delegate to UNCSD, Rio+20, 
Fellow, KL-YES Program
Youth Ambassador: SDPI
Convener, LCS

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New Leadership in Canada and Australia offer new hope for Paris climate talks

 

Justin Trudeau and Malcolm Turnbull

Justin Trudeau and Malcolm Turnbull are expected to be more cooperative on climate action than their obstructionist predecessors.

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Global Landscapes Forum Updates – Mind the Deadlines, Youth Opportunities

 

Ségolène Royal and Achim Steiner

France’s environment minister Ségolène Royal and UNEP Executive Director Achim Steiner have confirmed they will speak at the 2015 Global Landscapes Forum in Paris on 5-6 December, 2015.

More than 250 speakers will take part in the event, including:

  • Baroness Ariane de Rothschild, banker, businesswoman and philanthropist
  • Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, former finance minister of Nigeria
  • Abdon Nababan, Secretary General of AMAN

http://us7.campaign-archive2.com/?u=68cb62552ce24ab3c280248d7&id=fc8d81d18b&e=48c29ba922

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Invitation to join climate scientists and negotiators at 2015 Global Landscapes Forum

Dear Helene H. Oord,

 

It is my distinct pleasure to invite you to the 2015 Global Landscapes Forum, held midway through the UNFCCC COP21 in Paris (5-6 December, 2015).

Join 2,500 policy makers, UNFCCC negotiators, climate experts and development practitioners in making the connections: between forests and agriculture, between adaptation and mitigation, between local landscapes and the global climate.

 “The facts are there and they are appalling. The solutions are there and they are great…we must say to ourselves that this challenge is a chance.”Ségolène Royal, French Minister for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, and 2015 Global Landscapes Forum plenary speakerTaken from a recent video address. Watch the full clip here: http://bit.ly/1MV52TL

Register online to secure your place at the world’s biggest sustainable land use and climate platform: http://www.landscapes.org/glf-2015/register/

Here are just a few of the critical topics participants will discuss during the 30+ sessions:

1.       Achieving INDCs – it all starts at home: Countries like India and China have surprised the world by setting ambitious climate targets for themselves in the lead-up to Paris. Meanwhile, meaningful action is already underway at the subnational level around the globe. How can big players learn from local heroes in constructing INDCs that integrate forestry and agriculture, development and climate goals?

2.       Scaling up finance to REDD+: Stakeholders agree: current funding from development and conservation is insufficient to realize REDD+. But when it comes to concrete financing tools, views diverge: are fiscal and subsidy reforms the way to go? Or innovative instruments that lure the private sector to chip in? Or a creative mix of both?

3.       REDD+ on the ground – it’s the equity, stupid: REDD+ is moving quickly from methodological framework towards implementation. Pioneering REDD+ initiatives like the Amazon Fund show that country-wide monitoring is as important as local participation if development pathways are to be changed for the better. But the relationship between REDD+ and rights remains complex…

4.       We have the goals we wanted, now onto the science we need: The Sustainable Development Goals are agreed on, a new climate agreement is expected to follow in Paris – and both are connected. Scientists need new models to assess policy impacts across sectors.

5.       Landscape restoration snapshot: The Forum will feature several sessions addressing the key question linked to restoration: How can restoration contribute to climate action? How does it interact with poverty and the livelihoods of disadvantaged groups, such as women? And how successful have large-scale restoration pledges been in achieving their goals?

6.       Big data + small drones = large climate solutions? Technology plays an ever bigger role in land use monitoring. At the same time, the gap between technical experts and policy makers struggling to turn information into policy is widening. The Forum aims at bridging this divide in various sessions and at a landscapes laboratory, featuring the newest tools and platforms.

Visit our interactive sessions to meet expert speakers:

  • Laurent Fabius, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development, France, and COP21 President
  • Ségolène Royal, Minister for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, France
  • Judi Wakhungu, Cabinet Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources, Kenya
  • Edgar Gutierrez, Minister of Environment and Energy, Costa Rica
  • Stephen O’Brien, UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs
  • Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Economist and former Finance Minister, Nigeria
  • Mark Burrows, Managing Director and Vice Chairman, Global Investment Banking, Credit Suisse
  • …and many more

 I look forward to welcoming you in Paris.

For further information, please visit www.landscapes.org/glf-2015 or contact Forum Coordinator Ann-Kathrin Neureuther (a.neureuther@cgiar.org).

 With best regards,

Dr. Peter Holmgren

Director General

Center for International Forestry Research

 on behalf of the Global Landscapes Forum Partners

http://www.cop20lima.org/speakers/dr.-peter-holmgren

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Global Landscapes Forum looking for 50 young innovators to join us in Paris

Dear Colleagues

Applications are now open for 50 young innovators (aged 18-35) to take part in the Global Landscapes Forum Youth in Landscape Initiative activities, in Paris from 1-4 December.  Are you ready to tackle one of the 5 landscape challenges, with a team of 10 passionate young people?

·      Design the first Landscapes Academy

·      Better managing water resources

·      Can REDD+ safeguards respect and promote local livelihoods?

·      Driving better land restoration in shared river basins

·      Designing supply chains of the future

Join us in Paris to tackle these challenges! For more information and to apply see the new Youth in Landscapes Initiative website (beta).

How to apply

Interested young innovators should fill out the application form from here and submit a 2 minute video via YouTube or Vimeo telling us:

  1. What are the current challenges facing landscapes and how can you make positive changes now or in the future to address these?
  2. Give us an example that demonstrates your passion for the challenge you’ve selected.
  3. Why are you the perfect candidate for the 2015 Youth in Landscape Initiative?

If you have any additional questions about the application process, please join one of our webinars. Information atwww.landscapes.org/youth

Applications close at 5pm CET on 11 October 2015.

Ibrahim SIDIBE

Executive Coordinator,

Initiative for Agricultural and Rural de Development in Mali (IDA)

Country Representative Young Professionals for Agricultural Development in Mali (YPARD)

Kalaban coura Ext South Street 325 Door 69

BP-E: 4630 Bamako, Mali

Phone: (00223) 20284223

Mobile: (00223) 76312529

Skype: sidhibe

E-mail: ibrahimsidhibe@gmail.com

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[Beyond 2015:468] ENGLISH, FRANÇAIS, ESPAÑOL: tweets of the day 26 September & LIVE STREAM of Beyond 2015′s high-level side event, 27 Sept, 1:15-2:30pm EST

In English below,
En français plus bas,
[SPANISH]
Estimados miembros de Más Allá del 2015 / Beyond 2015,
Mañana 27 de Septiembre: Ver nuestro evento de alto nivel en directo en Internet
Mañana 27 de Septiembre organizamos un evento de alto nivel durante la Cumbre de la ONU sobre la agenda post-2015, junto con BOND, CAN International, IFP, Participate y UN-NGLS: “Realizando la Agenda Post-2015: crear liderazgo politico para un cambio transformativo”. El evento tiene 2 objectivos principales: 1) resaltar y celebrar el liderazgo politico para la localización de los ODD; 2) promover el rol de las OSC en la realización de los ODD y discutir de mecanismos para facilitar su participación.
- Hora: 13:15-14:30 hora local en Nueva York
- Ubicación: sala de conferencia 1, N.N.U.U, Nueva York
- Participantes: miembros del gobierno de varios países, representantes de la sociedad civil, miembros del sector privado y de fundaciones, periodistas, universitarios y representantes de la ONU
Aunque el acceso al evento está limitado a aquellas personas han recibido un correo de confirmación por UN-NGLS, todos podrán ver el evento en directo en UN Web TV a través de este linkhttp://bit.ly/1FziAa6
Además, todos podrán apoyar el evento de diferente maneras:
  • Durante el evento: enviando tuits sobre el evento con los hash tags siguientes: #timetoact @Beyond2015 #Agenda2030. Les incitamos a enviar tuits para 1) resaltar las buenas acciones que se expondrán por los Estados Miembros, 2) incitar a otros países a tomar acciones similares; 3) resaltar los mensajes claves presentados por la sociedad civil, sobre el rol de las OSC en la implementación y el seguimiento de los ODD. Aviso: una lista por país de cuentas en Twitter de gobiernos y misiones ante la ONU está disponible aquí.
  • Después del evento: compartiendo nuestro comunicado de prensa lo más posible. El comunicado será compartido por correo y podrá ser descargado en nuestro sitio web.
Para más información sobre el evento, y para descargar fotos y el comunicado de prensa después del evento: consultar nuestra página web sobre el evento aquí
 
“Tuits del día” – Sábado 26 de Septiembre
 
Haga clic aquí para ver una lista por país de cuentas en Twitter de gobiernos y de misiones permanentes ante la ONU. Les incitamos a enviar sus tuits a estas cuentas:
  • Tuit 1:   La #Agenda2030 es 1 documento “del pueblo, para el pueblo y por el pueblo”. Es tiempo q sea pública @Beyond2015  + añadir la postal #3 (Tiempo de comunicar”) en formato JPG a su tuit: haga clic aquí para descargar la postal)
  • Tuit 2:   Estados @UN: es tiempo d comunicar y tener discusiones abiertas sobre la aplicación de la #Agenda2030 @Beyond2015   + añadir la postal #3 (Tiempo de comunicar”) en formato JPG a su tuit: haga clic aquí para descargar la postal)
  • Tuit 3:   Estados @UN: es crucial ampliar la comunicación sobre los logros y desafíos para alcanzar los #SDGs @Beyond2015  + añadir la postal #3 (Tiempo de comunicar”) en formato JPG a su tuit: haga clic aquí para descargar la postal)
  • Tuit 4:   Los #Lideres deben comprometerse a rendir cuentas a todos los niveles #Agenda2030 @Beyond2015  + añadir la postal #3 (Tiempo de comunicar”) en formato JPG a su tuit: haga clic aquí para descargar la postal)
Haga clic aqui para más información sobre nuestra campaña en los medios de comunicación durante la Cumbre de la ONU.
Muchas gracias y saludos,
Ella Masle-Farquhar, Beyond 2015 International Officer
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Dear members of Beyond 2015,
Tomorrow 27 September: Watch our high-level event live on Internet 
Tomorrow 27 September we are organising a high-level event during the UN Summit, together with BOND, CAN International, IFP, Participate and UN-NGLS: ”Implementing the post-2015 agenda – building political leadership for transformative change”. Our event has 2 main objectives: 1) to highlight and celebrate political leadership for the localisation of the SDGs, 2) to promote the role of CSOs in reaching the goals, and discuss mechanisms to facilitate civil society participation
- Event time: 1:15-12:30pm local time in New York
- Location: conference room 1, UNHQ New York
- Participants: members of government in several countries, civil society representatives, members of the private sector, foundations, academia and UN representatives
Although access to the event is limited to those who have received confirmation from UN-NGLS, everyone will be able to watch the event live on UN Web TV simply by clicking on the following link tomorrow: http://bit.ly/1FziAa6
Additionally, everyone will be able to participate in the event in different ways:
  • During the event: by tweeting about the event using the following hash tags: #timetoact @Beyond2015 #Agenda2030. We encourage your to send tweets to 1) highlight positive actions that Member States will present; 2) push other countires to follow the lead; 3) highlight key messages shared by civil society, on our role in the implementation and monitoring of the SDGs.  Reminder: a country-sorted list of Twitter accounts for governments and UN missions is available here.
  • After the event: by sharing our press release as widely as possible. It will be sent by email and will also be uploaded to our website.
For more information on the event, and to download photos and the press releases after the event: open our webpage on the side event here
Tweets of the day – Saturday 26 September 2015
 
Click here to view a country-sorted list of Twitter accounts corresponding to governments and UN missions, as well as key hash tags. We strongly encourage you to send your tweets to these Twitter accounts by adapting the tweets below if needed:

Tweet 1:

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Beyond2015 Twitter handles instructions for UN Summit

 

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Trade unions deliver demands for Paris Climate Agreement to French Foreign Minister/COP21 President

INTERNATIONAL TRADE UNION CONFEDERATION
Trade unions deliver demands for Paris Climate Agreement to French Foreign Minister/COP21 President


Paris, 15 September 2015

Les syndicats font part de leurs priorités pour l’accord de Paris sur le climat au ministre français des Affaires étrangères/président de la COP21 – LIRE LA VERSION EN FRANÇAIS http://www.ituc-csi.org/les-syndicats-font-part-de-leurs?lang=fr

Los sindicatos entregan sus demandas para el Acuerdo Climático de París al ministro de Asuntos Exteriores de Francia y Presidente de la COP21 – LEER LA VERSION EN CASTELLANO http://www.ituc-csi.org/los-sindicatos-entregan-sus?lang=es

Paris, 15 September 2015 (ITUC OnLine):  Laurent Fabius, the French Foreign Minister and incoming President of the UN climate talks COP21, addressed the Trade Union Climate Summit 80 days before the start of the climate talks in Paris.

Speaking at the conclusion of the Trade Union Climate Summit of 250 trade union leaders from Ghana to Brazil, Canada to the Philippines and climate experts, Foreign Minister Fabius heard union demands for a climate agreement which delivers and commits to just transition and ambition on climate change.

“Unions have been disappointed to see that workers and their families have been left out of the draft climate agreement and have called on the French Presidency to ensure just transition language is reinstated,” said Sharan Burrow, General Secretary, the International Trade Union Confederation.

“Industrial transformation is critical to achieve a zero-carbon future. We know it can’t happen without dialogue with workers in the workplace and in national plans for our economies and industries. We accept our responsibility; we know there are no jobs on a dead planet,” said Sharan Burrow.

The Trade Union Climate Summit endorsed three topline demands for the Paris Agreement calling on governments to:
• put back the language of just transition that has been stripped from the draft agreement;
• raise ambition before 2020 and invest in the potential of jobs and climate action and commit to a binding review of effort;
• support the most vulnerable  with the promised financial commitments.

“The Paris Agreement must set the world on track for zero carbon and zero poverty if we are to see a hopeful future for workers and their communities.

“Without a commitment to the just transition measures that must underpin the massive industrial transformation that is already happening, workers and their families will pay the price,” said Sharan Burrow.

Unions have committed to mobilise workers to take part in global climate rallies on 28th and 29th November, which will send a message to world leaders arriving in Paris that climate change is happening now and that people expect an agreement which reduces emissions and puts us on a pathway to limit global temperature rises to 2 degrees Celsius or under.
ENDS

Read the Trade Union demands for the Paris Climate Talks
http://www.ituc-csi.org/trade-unions-topline-demands-for  (

English)
http://www.ituc-csi.org/priorites-des-syndicats-pour-la  (French)
http://www.ituc-csi.org/demandas-sindicales-prioritarias  (Spanish)The ITUC represents 176 million workers in 162 countries and territories and has 328 national affiliates.
Follow us on the web: http://www.ituc-csi.org  andhttp://www.youtube.com/ITUCCSI
For more information, please contact the ITUC Press Department on: +32 2 224 02 04

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Lead-up to Paris, Notes Climate Agreement – ADP Work

Dear UNSD Education Caucus Climate Colleagues,

To follow the current news and meetings on climate change in the lead-up to Paris, visit  http://unfccc.int and to follow the current meeting in Bonn, visit  http://unfccc.int/2860.php
 
ADP Bonn
Today, Monday, August 31st, the meeting in Bonn continues with the task of addressing the Durban Platform for Enhanced Action (ADP), through the Ad Hoc Working Group.  The scenario note by the Co-Chairs provide an important guide to understanding how this meeting is organised and why.  We often walk into a large meeting working on a specific agenda without this kind of background information.  The scenario from the Co-Chairs provide the context;  Objective of the session; Organisation of the work; Closing of the session; Annex I – Draft schedule of work; Annex II – Co-Chairs’Tool: A Non-Paper Illustrating Possible Elements of the Paris Package; followed by the Table of Contents for the Non-Paper and the text.  As you will learn, the GNT [Geneva Negotiating Text] is the core document with country contributions in-tack.  The instructions-orientation to the work Pages 1-9 plus the non-paper tool that follows from the Co-Chairs, can be found here,  http://unfccc.int/bodies/awg/items/9176.php
 
 
All the best,
Pam Puntenney and Bremley Lyngdoh
Co-Coordinators Climate Change
Dr. P. J. Puntenney
Environmental & Human Systems Management
1989 West Liberty
 Ann Arbor, MI  48103  USA
Cell: +1-(734) 352•7429
Landline: +1-(734) 994•3612

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Update: Invitation So Now What webinars (English, Spanish and French)

TO UN DESA NGO MAJOR GROUP & OTHER STAKEHOLDERS — FYI
So Now What webinars will take place in Spanish, French and two in English to accommodate colleagues in Asia and North America. To register and for more information click on the links below.
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French Webinar: 26 August 12:00-13:00 CEST

Spanish Webinar: 28 August: 16:00-17:00 CEST

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This webinar is an opportunity to get an update on the conversations so far and discuss with colleagues how we can continue to work on the mobilisation, advocacy and awareness raising of the Sustainable Development Goals after September 2015.

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Over the past few months, many of us have been engaged in conversations about how we as civil society can build on the collaboration and momentum that have been created around the post-2015 agenda. We are confident that by coming together as global civil society, we can keep the momentum going for full implementation, follow-up and accountability of the post-2015 agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals and continue to build and strengthen the political commitment for the SDGs at all levels. This webinar is a part of a series of meetings and aims to bring members of civil society together to take these conversations forward.

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If you are unable to join the webinar but would like to stay up to date on civil society’s involvement in post-2015 implementation, sign this form or join our interactive website. If you have any questions please contact: Hanna Hansson at hanna.hansson@civicus.org or Mwangi Waituru at Mwangi.Waituru@vsoint.org

 

Jeffery Huffines
​NGO Major Group Organizing Partner​

CIVICUS UN Representative (NY)

Cell: +1 646-707-1060
Email: jeffery.huffines@civicus.org
Twitter: @JefferyHuffines
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Lead-up to Paris – Preparing Society – Advancing Responsible Business

Dear Community of Educators,

Kudos to UN SD Education Caucus member Elizabeth Belenchia who has been working on building global partnerships to address sustainable communities, land use, and climate change.  The following is a press announcement regarding their new book on “Advancing Responsible Business in Land, Construction, Real Estate Use and Investment”.  A joint effort between the UN Global Compact and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and contributing partners.

This resource is the result of a two-year collaboration between the UN Global Compact and RICS, a global professional body representing more than 100 000 members in 146 countries. The resource is a product of extensive dialogue and consultation with diverse stakeholders including business, UN, public sector organisations, and civil society. This is one of the UN Global Compact’s first initiatives to promote responsible business that focuses exclusively on one specific economic sector.  To get hold of a free copy of ‘Advancing Responsible Business in Land, Construction, Real Estate Use and Investment’, go to www.unglobalcompact.org or www.rics.org/responsiblebusiness

Excerpt from the book launch announcement, pdf full text attached below.
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It identifies some of the most critical issues facing the sector, broken down into the three key real estate life cycle phases – Development, Use, and Recovery – and proposes the corresponding actions to embed responsible business practices, illustrated by good practice case studies from around the world.

The land, real estate and construction sector represents up to 70 per cent of global wealth, contributes around one tenth of total global GDP each year and represents 7 per cent of overall employment.

The sector also has substantial impacts on land development, resource use and waste generation. There are also issues related to human and labour rights during development and construction.

All the best,
Pam Puntenney and Bremley Lyngdoh
UN SD Education Caucus Co-Chairs
Co-Coordinators Climate Change

 Dr. P. J. Puntenney

Environmental & Human Systems Management
1989 West Liberty
 Ann Arbor, MI  48103  USA
Cell: +1-(734) 352•7429
Landline: +1-(734) 994•3612
Carroll Properties Corporation
Corporate Site Selection
Foreign Direct Investment with CSR
Elizabeth C. Belenchia, CCIM,SIOR,RICS
President
UN Global Compact/RICS Steering Group
FIABCI Representative to UN NY
Spartanburg, South Carolina
PO Box 2524, 29304, USA
864-699-9804

Save around 200 ml water, 2 g CO2 and 2 g wood for each page you do not print!

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Global Landscape Forum COP21 Paris: Spotlight on mangroves, forest twitter, keeping fed and staying legal

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Climate Justice – COP21 Paris

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

As we prepare for COP21 in the lead-up to Paris, Mary Robinson will be attending and most likely a keynote speaker in a number of events.  The Mary Robinson Foundation s main focus is Environmental Education in all it’s breadth and depth.  This interview will give you the necessary background information on her leadership, her current work on environmental justice.
All the best,
Co-Coordinators Climate Change Chairs
Pam Puntenney and Bremley Lyngdoh

Dr. P. J. Puntenney

Environmental & Human Systems Management
1989 West Liberty
 Ann Arbor, MI  48103  USA
Cell: +1-(734) 352•7429
Landline: +1-(734) 994•3612
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Wh ydo I care?

From: Celine Paramunda
Date:28/07/2015
Subject: Wh ydo I care?

hi All
hope you like to read this,a sign of hope for Paris.
best
Celine Paramunda

Why Do I Care? French Government makes climate change debate personal*

JULY 22, PARIS (ARC): In a move that many, including key government
figures, said was “remarkable”, “unique”, “historic” the French government
agreed last night to send through its diplomatic channel a letter from
leading religious and cultural world figures to the heads of the 195
delegations coming to the climate change COP.

The letter
<http://www.arcworld.org/downloads/Call%2520to%2520Conscience%2520letter.pdf>
asks them to ask themselves a single and personal question: Why Do I Care?

“Why are we asking you to do this?” it asks. “Because we hope that in
answering this question, you will come to the COP primarily as a conscious
human being not just a representative of a Government or agency. In the end
the most important element of this is that we hear from you as a person, a
member of the human family who has for a time a uniquely significant role
to play in protecting the world.”

The letter was announced at a groundbreaking “Summit of Conscience” in
Paris, July 21, hosted by the Elysee Palace, along with leading French
publisher Bayard Press and the UK-based Alliance of Religions and
Conservation (ARC).

“The Summit of Conscience departs from the place that the climate crisis …
cannot be reduced to scientific, technological, economic and political
dimensions, however important those are,” said French President Francois
Hollande. “It is in fact a crisis of meaning.”

“In the past we have talked about “stewardship” but now we must talk about
care,” said Cardinal Turkson, President of the Pontifical Council for
Justice and Peace, who presented Pope Francis’ Laudato Si Environment
Encyclical to the world in June.

“When we care it is with passion and commitment and attachment. Commitment
to embrace with passion not just with thoughts and ideas but with the
heart….What kind of world do we want to bequeath? An environment will not
be able to sustain life after us unless we embrace commitment – we received
a garden as our home and we may not turn it into wilderness. The garden we
received must be passed on and bequeathed,” Cardinal Turkson said

Arnold Schwarzenegger supported the Summit and sent a special video in
which he talks about his childhood in Austria. “I have to admit that I
wasn’t always on my best behaviour when my parents brought me to church – I
hope that you can forgive me for that – but any time the priest talked
about Noah’s Ark, I hung onto every word, I loved the story of Noah
building a ship large enough to save every species on Earth. That epic
mission captured every fibre of my imagination. And today we have an epic
mission of our own.”  *http://www.arcworld.org/news.asp?pageID=778*
<http://www.arcworld.org/news.asp?pageID=778>

“France is one of the most secular governments in the world and for the
president and government of France to propose this level of cooperation
with the major faiths of the world is highly unusual.” said ARC’s Martin
Palmer.

“In fact both the French Minister of the Environment Segolene Royal and
the French Development Minister Laurent Fabius spoke of it as never having
happened before.”
The Summit of Conscience was championed by the French TV personality and
environmentalist Nicolas Hulot, appointed President Hollande’s Special
Envoy for Climate Change.

It was the first of many.

Already Senator Loren Legarda from the Philippines has pledged to ask her
own government this weekend to host its own Summit of Consciousness, and
leading figures from Senegal’s two Muslim majorities (the Confreries
Mourids and Tidjanes) who represent some 80% of the population, will ask
their government to do the same.

“The issue of climate change and protecting our planet has largely been
taken away from people by governments, by scientists and international
agencies making most people feel powerless or even hopeless in the face of
all the data,” said Palmer.

“We need that but we also need to feel that we each can make a difference.”

Swami Amritasvarupananda, representing Amma, or India’s “hugging saint”
perhaps expressed it most succinctly.

“For the climate to change we must each change.”

*Why Do I Care now an international movement*

This is not just a movement for politicians or delegates or people who are
already leaders. When Bayard, one of France’s largest publishing companies
especially for young peoples’ magazines, agreed to sponsor the costs of the
meeting, and carry out much of the on the ground organization, their
editorial staff said they thought this was a question their young readers
would love to answer.

They created the website www.whydoIcare.org in which people of all
countries are invited to tell their story in less than 200 words or a one
minute video and this testimony will be added to the words of thousands of
others, like a river of personal commitments.

Bayard are also devoting many of the autumn editions of their magazines to
this theme.

Meanwhile other organiations such as MOA Japan which hosts an
international childrens art festival with more than 400,000 entries every
year made the question “Why Do I Care” a key theme to this year’s
competition.

And so almost by accident a movement was born, because in asking the
question “Why Do I Care” everyone can take part.

*Links*

Website www.whydoIcare.org
Twitter: @WhyDoIcareorg #WhyDoICare and #Sommet21
Text of letter: http://www.arcworld.org/projects.asp?projectID=666
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whydoicare.org
Bayard Press: www.bayardinc.com
R20: www.regions20.org
ARC: http://www.arcworld.org/projects.asp?projectID=662

Celine Paramunda
UN Representative
Medical Mission Sisters
(NGO Accredited to ECOSOC,DPI,UNFCCC)
8400 Pine Road
Philadelphia,PA 19111
Tel:215 742 6100 Ext.180
215 722 0403 Home
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 For Dissemination: UNGEI Youth Consultation Launched

Ojonwa Deborah Miachi

National Youth Advocate-United Nations Millennium Campaign

Policy/Advocacy Advisor-Connected Development

Abuja-Nigeria

T: +2348075768984

E: deborahmiachi@gmail.com

E: ojonwa@connecteddevelopment.org

From: Lauren Greubel <laurengreubel@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, Jul 26, 2015
Subject: For Dissemination: UNGEI Youth Consultation Launched

Dear Colleagues and Youth Leaders,

The UN Girls’ Education Initiative (UNGEI) is in the process of writing its first youth engagement strategy. As part of the process developing the strategy, UNGEI is hosting an online consultation with youth from July 24 to Friday, August 7th here: http://www.ungei.org/index_6040.html
The purpose of the consultation is to ask youth for their input on best-practices (and what not to do) in engaging youth. I am writing to ask your help in circulating the consultation to the youth networks you are part of. The survey is available in English, Spanish, Frenchand is accessible for the software used by the blind.
I am attaching a social media pack with suggested tweets, facebook messages and pictures to use in English, Spanish and French. The English messages are also posted below for easy access. Please share this with your communications team if you are part of an organization.
Thank you in advance for you help to circulate this survey (and for taking it if you are a youth!). UNGEI’s final strategy will document the input from this survey and will hopefully be a valuable resource for everyone in. Please let me know if you have any questions!
Best,
Lauren

Twitter Messages:

Facebook Posts:

  • Sample Post: Do you think youth should have a voice? Help @UNGEI design its youth strategy. Complete the short youth survey! Deadline August 7! (Available in English, French and Spanish) http://bit.ly/ungeiyouthsurvey
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Pro-Poor Resource Governance: new versions (Summary Report, Spanish and French)

Dear colleagues,

A couple of months ago, we shared our study “Pro-Poor Resource Governance under Changing Climates” – a publication by the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS), the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and civil society organization from six countries – Bangladesh, Bolivia, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Ecuador, and India.

Today we are very happy to announce the launching of new versions of this study:

Pro-Poor Resource

IASS-IFAD-Study_ProPoorGov_ESP_final

IASS-IFAD-Study_ProPoorGov_FR final

SUMMARY REPORT of the book aimed at policy-makers and practitioners

SPANISH  AND FRENCH versions of the full study

(clicking on the images will lead to you to the .pdf)

These publications pay particular attention to the impact of institutional change on livelihoods and the way in which climate change and other change processes impact on the vulnerability of smallholders.The studies were done following a transdisciplinary approach, i.e., in addition to the researchers themselves, practitioners, policymakers and civil society actors were integrated into the research process from the outset. Most chapters are indeed written by civil society actors in collaboration with researchers.Happy reading!Matheus Alves Zanella
matheus.zanella@iass-potsdam.de
Research Associate
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[Beyond 2015:445] Important: Beyond 2015 Co-Chairs Update (July) / Important: Message des co-présidents de Beyond 2015 (juillet) / Importante: Mensaje de los co-presidentes de Mas Alla del 2015 (Julio)

En français en dessous

En Español abajo

Dear Beyond 2015 members

Beyond 2015 is an exciting, fast moving and ever-changing campaign – it has grown a huge amount since its inception, and has developed an effective influencing voice and participatory approach to leadership. The key objectives of the campaign remain the same, but as we have moved to within 100 days of the adoption of the post-2015 agenda, we wanted to share the latest decisions and steps to strategically move forward for the remainder of the campaign (31 March 2016).

About the Executive Committee of Beyond 2015
1.       The Organisation of African Youth (Kenya) has decided to step down as co-chair of the campaign (though they will remain on the Executive Committee). The Executive Committee has unanimously elected Philipp Schönrock from CEPEI (Colombia) to replace OAY. Philipp thus joins Andrew Griffiths (Sightsavers) as co-chair.

2.       Women in Europe for a Common Future also recently left the Executive Committee. The Committee invited PhilSen (The Philippines) to join the Committee in their place, and PhilSen has accepted the invitation and is now a full member of the Executive Committee.

The new co-chairs want to reach out to the entire campaign and present themselves and the priorities that they will be focusing on:

1.     Strategic vision and priorities: securing an outcome document which reflects to Beyond 2015’s policy positions as much as possible

As the negotiations reach their final stage, we need to make sure that we continue to work to ensure that the outcome document is as ambitious as we can possibly make it. Campaign members have fought collectively, around the world and over many years, to have our key areas included in the document and we will need to maintain our energy in keeping hard-fought gains in the document and pushing for ambition where it is currently lacking. We recognise the need to be strategic, but also that some issues are not negotiable for Beyond 2015 – therefore, the Executive Committee will provide strong guidance on how to approach some of the remaining battles in the negotiations.

2.     Building strong national level implementation plans‏ for the post-2015 agenda in as many countries as possible

The Executive Committee has identified the lack of political will to implement the post-2015 agenda is a critical area of risk to its success. The decision to start a new stream of work – “From Policy to Action” – was not taken lightly, and the success of this work is a real priority for us. The true success of the post-2015 agenda will depend on how it is implemented at the national level.
3.     Finalising and implementing a strong exit strategy which guarantees that the Beyond 2015 legacy is safeguarded for future institutional memory of best practice in global advocacy.

The Executive Committee is working hard on an exit strategy as we speak, and has already identified three key legacy issues:

  • Focus on political will to implement the post-2015 agreement
  • Prominence given to effective participation, so that it is hard wired into the implementation and accountability structures of post-2015
  • Commitment to joint North-South leadership

We have been a part of the discussions so far about what the successor to Beyond 2015 could look like, but we intend to drive this forward much more. We will do so by:

  • Undertaking a robust evaluation of the Beyond 2015 campaign and capturing the ‘lessons learned’ of the campaign.
  • Disseminating widely the results of this evaluation, focusing specifically on a potential successor campaign.
  • Encouraging the structures of Beyond 2015 to discuss internally how they would like to work together after Beyond 2015, and what role they would like to play in any successor campaign.

The next steps that the Executive Committee will take are directly linked to these priorities, and include:

  • Providing clear direction and leadership for the focus of our ongoing reactions to the drafts of the Outcome Document
  • Ensuring that colleagues are working on building political will for the national level implementation of the post-2015 agenda
  • Finalising our exit strategy and evaluation plans, including a robust dissemination strategy as a means to protect the legacy of Beyond 2015.

We would like to be clear – the Executive Committee decided that the campaign will run until the end of its original mandate – 31 March 2016. We will not extend this mandate. Instead, we will work to ensure that the legacy of Beyond 2015 is protected and the culture and ways of working are carried forward by a successor campaign, specifically focusing on our three main ‘legacy issues’, as highlighted above.

And as Co-Chairs, we would encourage all 1400 participating organisations of Beyond 2015 to join us in working towards these priorities in a true partnership between the North and the South. Practically, this means:

  • We would like you to help secure the strongest outcome document possible! Help us build the reaction by joining the campaign’s Rapid Response Task Force, and when the response is ready, share it with your governments at the national level or in NY. Contact Naiara, our Advocacy Director, for further details:  ncosta@beyond2015.org
  • Help build political leadership for the implementation of the post-2015 agenda at the national level. You can find all the practical advice about how to do so here, and Morten Emil Hansen, Beyond 2015’s Implementation Officer, is available to support you on this. Work with him! mhansen@beyond2015.org
  • Discuss with your Beyond 2015 structures (national lead agencies, focal points, regional coordinators) how you would like to continue working together after Beyond 2015 finishes. Find their contact details here. Let us know your thoughts, and tell Leo, our International Coordinator: lwilliams@beyond2015.org

In solidarity

Philipp Schönrock, CEPEI, Colombia

Andrew Griffiths, Sightsavers, UK

Chers membres de Beyond 2015,

Beyond 2015 est une campagne passionnante, en constante évolution, qui a connu une énorme expansion depuis sa conception et qui a développé une influence et une approche participative au leadership. Les principaux objectifs de la campagne n’ont pas changé mais étant donné que nous avons franchi la barre des 100 jours jusqu’à l’adoption de l’agenda post-2015 nous voulons partager à présent les dernières décisions et mesures stratégiques de la campagne pour le temps qui lui reste (jusqu’au 31 mars 2016).

A propos du Comité exécutif de Beyond 2015

1.       L’Organisation de la jeunesse africaine (OAY – Kenya) a décidé de se retirer de la co-présidence de la Campagne (mais restera membre du Comité exécutif). Le Comité exécutif a élu Philipp Schönrock de CEPEI (Colombie) à l’unanimité pour remplacer OAY. Philipp rejoint ainsi Andrew Griffiths (de Sightsavers) comme co-président.

2.       Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF) a aussi récemment quitté le Comité exécutif, lequel a invité PhilSen (des Philippines) à prendre sa place. PhilSen a accepté l’invitation et est donc maintenant un membre à part entière du Comité exécutif.

Les nouveaux co-présidents souhaitent communiquer avec l’ensemble de la campagne pour se présenter et partager leurs priorités pour Beyond 2015 :
1.      
Vision stratégique et priorités: obtenir un document final qui reflète au mieux les positions et priorités de Beyond 2015

Etant donné que les négociations approchent de leur fin nous devons poursuivre nos efforts en vue d’obtenir un document final aussi ambitieux que possible. Les membres de la Campagne ont travaillé ensemble, partout dans le monde et depuis de nombreuses années, afin d’inclure nos domaines prioritaires dans le document et nous aurons besoin de maintenir notre énergie pour préserver nos résultats et pousser pour plus d’ambition là où il fait actuellement défaut. Nous sommes conscients de la nécessité d'être stratégique, mais aussi du fait que certaines questions ne sont pas négociables pour Beyond 2015 - le Comité exécutif fournira donc des conseils importants sur comment aborder certaines questions controversées qui subsistent dans les négociations.
 2.       Créer des plans nationaux de mise en oeuvre de l’agenda post-2015 solide dans le plus grand nombre de pays possible

Le Comité exécutif a identifié le manque de volonté politique pour mettre en œuvre l’agenda post-2015 comme un problème majeur pour sa réalisation. La décision de commencer un nouvel axe de travail pour « traduire les politiques en actions » n’a pas été prise à la légère et le succès de ce travail est une priorité de taille pour nous. La réussite de l’agenda post-2015 se mesurera véritablement par sa mise en œuvre au niveau national.

3.       Finaliser et mettre en œuvre une stratégie de sortie solide pour préserver les acquis de Beyond 2015 et conserver la mémoire institutionnelle des meilleures pratiques en matière de plaidoyer mondial.

Le Comité exécutif travaille dur en ce moment sur une stratégie de sortie. Trois problèmes clés liés à l’héritage de la Campagne ont déjà été identifiés :

  • L’accent mis sur la volonté politique de mettre en œuvre l’agenda post-2015
  • L’importance accordée à la participation effective, de sorte qu’elle soit au cœur des structures de mise en œuvre et de responsabilisation de l’agenda post-2015
  • L’engagement pris de conserver un leadership Nord-Sud

Nous avons participé aux discussions sur ce à quoi pourrait ressembler le cadre de travail qui succédera à Beyond 2015, mais aller beaucoup plus loin en :

  • Réalisant une évaluation solide de la Campagne Beyond 2015, et capturer les apprentissages
  • Diffuser largement les résultats de cette évaluation, en se focalisant tout particulièrement sur une potentielle nouvelle campagne.
  • Encourager les structures de Beyond 2015 à discuter de comment elles aimeraient travailler ensemble après Beyond 2015, et le rôle qu’elles aimeraient jouer dans toute nouvelle campagne.
Les prochaines mesures qui seront prises par le Comité exécutif seront directement liées à ces priorité et consisteront, entre autre, à :
·         Fournir une orientation et un leadership clairs pour cibler nos réactions aux avant-projets du document final
·         Veiller à ce que nos collègues travaillent sur ​​la construction d'une volonté politique pour la mise en œuvre de l'agenda post-2015 à l’échelle nationale
·         Finaliser notre stratégie de sortie et nos plans d'évaluation, y compris mettre sur pied une stratégie de diffusion robuste pour préserver l'héritage de Beyond 2015.
 Nous aimerions être clairs: le Comité exécutif a décidé que la campagne continuera jusqu'à la fin de son mandat originel, c’est-à-dire le 31 mars 2016. Nous ne prolongerons donc pas ce mandat. Au lieu de cela nous nous attacherons à préserver l’héritage de Beyond 2015 et à transmettre la culture et les modes de travail de Beyond 2015 à une prochaine campagne, en accordant une attention particulière aux trois questions de notre héritage (susmentionnées).

En tant que co-présidents nous aimerions encourager les 1 400 organisations membres de Beyond 2015 à participer à nos efforts pour réaliser ces priorités à travers un réel partenariat Nord-Sud. Concrètement nous vous demandons de :

  • Aider à obtenir le meilleur document final possible! Aidez-nous à préparer la réaction de la Campagne à la nouvelle version de l’avant-projet du document final en rejoignant la Task Force d’intervention rapide de la Campagne (Rapid Response Task Force). Une fois que la réaction est prête, partagez-là avec vos gouvernements au niveau national ou à New York. Contactez Naiara, notre directrice de plaidoyer, pour plus d’informations : ncosta@beyond2015.org
  • Aider à construire un leadership politique pour la mise en œuvre de l’agenda post-2015 à l’échelle nationale. Tous les conseils pratiques pour s’y prendre sont compilés ici, et Morten Emil Hansen, Chargé d’affaires de Beyond 2015 pour les questions liées à la mise en œuvre de l’agenda post-2015, est disponible pour vous aider à cet égard. Travaillez avec lui ! mhansen@beyond2015.org
  • Discuter avec vos structures de Beyond 2015 (agences chef-de-file au niveau national, points focaux, coordonnateurs régionaux) de comment vous souhaitez continuer à travailler ensemble après Beyond 2015. Leurs coordonnées sont accessibles ici. Partagez vos idées et communiquez-les à Leo, notre Coordinateur International : lwilliams@beyond2015.org

Bien à vous,

Philipp Schönrock, CEPEI, Colombie

Andrew Griffiths, Sightsavers, Royaume-Uni

Estimados miembros de Más Allá del 2015,

Más Allá del 2015 es una campaña emocionante, en constante cambio – ha crecido muchísimo desde su inicio y ha desarrollado una influencia y un enfoque basado en el liderazgo participativo. Los objetivos claves de la campaña no han cambiado, pero teniendo en cuenta que quedan menos de 100 días hasta la aprobación de la agenda post-2015 queremos compartir las últimas decisiones y medidas para avanzar estratégicamente hasta el fin de la campaña (31 de marzo de 2016).

Sobre el Comité ejecutivo de Más Allá del 2015

1.         La Organización de la Juventud Africana (OAY – Kenia) ha decidido dimitir como copresidente de la campaña (aunque permanecerá en el Comité Ejecutivo). El Comité ejecutivo ha elegido por unanimidad Philipp Schönrock de CEPEI (Colombia) para reemplazar OAY y por tanto copresidir la campaña con Andrew Griffiths (Sightsavers).

2.         Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF) también ha salido del Comité Ejecutivo hace poco tiempo. El Comité invitó a PhilSen (de las Filipinas) a unirse al Comité en su lugar, y PhilSen ha aceptado la invitación entonces ahora es miembro del Comité ejecutivo.

Los nuevos co-presidentes de la campaña quieren comunicar con todos los miembros de la campaña para presentarse y compartir sus prioridades de trabajo:

1.       Visión y prioridades estratégicas: obtener un documento final que refleje las posiciones de Más Allá del 2015 lo más posible.

A medida que nos acercamos del fin de las negociaciones, tenemos que seguir trabajando para lograr el documento final lo más ambicioso posible. Miembros de la campaña han luchado colectivamente, en todo el mundo y durante muchos años, para lograr la inclusión de nuestros mensajes clave en el documento final. Tenemos que mantener nuestra energía para preservar esos resultados y hacer presión para una mayor ambición en los ámbitos de la agenda en los cuales actualmente se carece. Reconocemos la necesidad de ser estratégicos, y somos también conscientes del hecho de que algunas cuestiones no son negociables para Más allá de 2015 – por lo tanto, el Comité ejecutivo proporcionará una orientación fuerte sobre la forma de abordar algunas de las preguntas polémicas de las negociaciones.

2.       Desarrollar planes nacionales fuertes para la implementación de la agenda post-2015 en el mayor número posible de países

El Comité ejecutivo ha identificado la falta de voluntad política para la implementación de la agenda post-2015 como un riesgo crítico para su éxito. La decisión de iniciar un nuevo eje de trabajo – ” De la política a la acción” – no fue tomada a la ligera, y el éxito de este nuevo enfoque es una verdadera prioridad para nosotros. El verdadero éxito de la agenda post-2015 dependerá de su implementación a nivel nacional.

3.       Finalizar y ejecutar una estrategia de salida fuerte para preservar el legado de Más Allá del 2015 y conservar una memoria institucional de las mejores prácticas en el ámbito de la incidencia global:

El Comité ejecutivo está trabajando duro sobre una estrategia de salida, y ya ha identificado tres cuestiones clave relacionados con el legado de Beyond 2015:

  • Nuestro enfoque en la voluntad política para la implementación de la agenda post-2015
  • Nuestro enfoque en la participación efectiva, para asegurar que sea al centro de la ejecución y de la rendición de cuentas de la agenda post-2015
  • Nuestro compromiso para asegurar un liderazgo conjunto Norte-Sur

Hemos participado en las discusiones sobre el marco que podría suceder a Más Allá del 2015, pero tenemos la intención de impulsar estas reflexiones mucho más mediante:

•       Una evaluación sólida de la campaña, incluso de los "aprendizajes" de la campaña.
•       Una amplia difusión de los resultados de esta evaluación, centrándose concretamente en una posible nueva campaña.
•       Apoyo a las estructuras de Más Allá del 2015 para que discutan de cómo les gustaría trabajar juntos después de Más Allá del 2015, y el papel que les gustaría jugar en otra campaña.
 Los próximos pasos del Comité Ejecutivo serán directamente relacionados con estas prioridades, e incluyen:
·         Proporcionar una dirección clara y un liderazgo sobre el foco de nuestras reacciones a los borradores del documento final
·         Asegurar que nuestros colegas trabajen en la construcción de la voluntad política para la implementación de la agenda post-2015 nivel nacional
·         Finalizar nuestra estrategia de salida y nuestros planes de evaluación, incluso una estrategia de difusión robusta para proteger el legado de Beyond 2015.
 Nos gustaría ser claro: el Comité ejecutivo ha decidido que la Campaña continuará hasta el fin de su mandato original, es decir el 31 de Marzo del 2016. No vamos a ampliar este mandato. En su lugar, trabajaremos para proteger el legado de Beyond 2015 y transmitir la cultura y las formas de trabajo de la Campaña a su marco sucesor, centrándose concretamente en los tres temas vinculados con nuestro legada, cómo se destacó anteriormente.

 

En nuestro cargo de copresidentes queremos animar a todos las 1400 organizaciones participantes de Más Allá del 2015 a participar a nuestros esfuerzos para lograr estas prioridades, a través de una verdadera asociación Norte-Sur. Concretamente:
·         ¡Ayúdenos a lograr el documento final el más fuerte posible! Únanse al Rapid Response Task Force para ayudarnos a construir nuestra reacción al nuevo borrador del documento final, y una vez que nuestra reacción está lista, compártanla con sus gobiernos a nivel nacional o en Nueva York. Contactar Naiara, nuestra Director de Incidencia, para más detalles: ncosta@beyond2015.org
·         Ayúdenos a construir el liderazgo político para la implementación de la agenda post-2015 a nivel nacional. Todos los consejos prácticos para esto están disponibles aqui, y Morten Emil Hansen, El Oficial de Más Allá del 2015 para la Implementación de la agenda post-2015, está disponible para apoyarles. ¡Trabajen con él! mhansen@beyond2015.org
·         Discutan con las estructuras de Más Allá del 2015 (agencias líderes a nivel nacional, puntos focales, coordinadores regionales) sobre cómo les gustaría seguir colaborando tras el fin de la Campaña. Datos de contacto están disponibles aqui. Compartan sus ideas, especialmente con Leo, nuestro Coordinador Internacional: lwilliams@beyond2015.org

Saludos cordiales,

Philipp Schönrock, CEPEI, Colombia

Andrew Griffiths, Sightsavers, Reino-Unido

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[Beyond 2015:455] [ENGLISH/FRANCAIS/ESPANOL] Tweets of the day: Tuesday 28 July

In English below,

En français ci-dessous,

Español

Tuits del día: Martes 28 de Julio

Abajo están algunas sugerencias de ‘tuits del día’ a adaptar y enviar hoy martes 28 de Julio para influir en las negociaciones sobre la agenda post-2015:

1.     La responsibilidad ante los ciudanos será la verdadera prueba d la agenda #post2015: necesitamos 1 monitoreo&evaluación fuerte #InterGov2015

2.     Las personas serán los jueces d los SDGs: x eso necesitamos mecanismos d monitoreo&evaluac’ participativos #InterGov2015 #followupandreview

3.     Es imposible d no dejar a nadie atrás sin escuchar las voces d los más marginalizados & monitorear su situación #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

Les invitamos a enviar sus tuits a las cuentas en Twitter de las misiones permanentes ante la ONU: http://bit.ly/1bnIPCC. También les invitamos a leer este guía en inglés/francés/español sobre el uso de Twitter: http://www.beyond2015.org/sites/default/files/Communication%20Techniques%20to%20Impact%20Media_0.docx

English

Tweets of the day: Tuesday 28 July

Below are suggested tweets of the day to adapt and send today Tuesday 28 July to influence the intergovernmental negotiations on the post-2015 agenda:

1.       Accountability 2 people will be true test of the #post2015 agenda: don’t fail by evading robust #followupandreview @Beyond2015 #InterGov2015

2.       The people will judge whether SDGs are succeeding: that’s why we need participatory monitoring & review #Intergov2015 #followupandreview

3.       #Leavenoonebehind impossible without hearing voices of most marginalized, regular monitoring of their situation #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

Follow this link to see the Twitter handles of permanent missions to the UN: http://bit.ly/1bnIPCC We encourage you to send your Tweets to these accounts. Please also take a look at our Twitter guide, available in English, French and Spanish: http://www.beyond2015.org/sites/default/files/Communication%20Techniques%20to%20Impact%20Media_0.docx

Français

“Tweets” de la journée : mardi 28 juillet

Voici quelques suggestions de ‘tweets de la journée’ à adapter et à envoyer aujourd’hui mardi 28 juillet pour influencer les négociations intergouvernementales sur l’agenda post-2015 :

1.       La redevabilité o profit d citoyens sera le vrai test 2 l’agenda #post2015 : il faut 2 robustes mécanismes 2 suivi-évaluation #InterGov2015

2.       Les personnes jugeront la réussite d SDGs : le suivi&l’évaluation doivent donc ê participatifs #Intergov2015 #followupandreview @Beyond2015

3.       Impossible 2 ne laisser personne 2 côté sans écouter les voix d + marginalisés & 2 surveiller leur situation #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

Nous vous encourageons à envoyer vos tweets aux comptes Twitter des missions permanentes auprès de l’ONU : http://bit.ly/1bnIPCC Et voici un guide en anglais, en français et en espagnol sur l’utilisation de Twitter: http://www.beyond2015.org/sites/default/files/Communication%20Techniques%20to%20Impact%20Media_0.docx

Bien à vous,

Ella Masle-Farquhar

Acting International Officer, Beyond 2015

Based in Brussels, Belgium

efarquhar@beyond2015.org

Tel: +32 (0)4 70 13 33 79

Skype: ella.masle-farquhar

Click here to join Beyond 2015′s 100-day countdown to the adoption of the post-2015 agenda!

http://www.beyond2015.org

Follow Beyond 2015 on Twitter @Beyond2015 and Facebook

Do you want to engage in the post-2015 negotiations? Don’t miss out on upcoming opportunities. Click here to access our dedicated website section on the negotiations.

Beyond 2015 thematic groups are open to all organisations participating in the campaign. Join a group! Click here to find out which working groups and task forces are currently active.

You work at the regional level? Check out our regional hubs in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Pacific here.

You work at the national level? You can find details of our national hubs across the world here.

Check out what the Executive Committee has been up to, here.

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“Call For Papers” FLARE (Forests and Livelihoods: Assessment, Research, and Engagement) conference COP 21 Paris: 2nd call for abstracts – Deadline July 31, 2015

Please share with your colleagues and networks… Deadline July 31st. ~~

Dear Colleagues,
The call for abstracts for the FLARE conference has been very well-received!  To strengthen the submission of papers with earmarked support for the Pathways to Prosperity theme, and to accommodate several requests for a deadline extension, we have extended the deadline to July 31, 2015 (5pm EDT).
Please note that this is the same deadline as the special call for fully-funded full papers for the Pathways to Prosperity theme.​ Submit your abstract for this call via email to watkinsc@umich.edu.
If you would like your abstract to be considered for both calls, please submit your abstract via the online submission portal, as well as via email (watkinsc@umich.edu).
Please see the pdfs attached for more details.
We are looking forward to a very interesting set of discussions in Paris!

First Annual FLARE Conference (November 2015, Paris) - Submit your abstract here! 
Cristy Watkins PhD
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, International Forestry Resources and Institutions
School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan
Editorial Assistant, World Development Journal
http://www.cristywatkins.com/

FLARE_3rd call for abstracts_deadline extension

Call for Papers_Pathways to Prosperity

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Vision for Paris: Co-chairs of C2ES Dialogue Outline Emerging Elements of a New Climate Agreement

Dear Colleagues,
The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES) is pleased to release a report from the co-chairs of its Toward 2015 dialogue, which brought together senior negotiators from leading countries to examine options for a Paris climate agreement.
Vision for Paris: Building an Effective Climate Agreement, by dialogue co-chairs Valli Moosa of South Africa and Harald Dovland of Norway, foresees a durable legal agreement that sets binding commitments for all parties, holds countries accountable, and works to progressively strengthen global ambition.
The report draws on nearly 100 hours of frank discussions among negotiators from China, the United States and more than 20 other European, Asian, Latin American and African countries.  The negotiators participated in their personal capacities and met eight times from March 2014 through May 2015.
The co-chairs’ report outlines the emerging elements of the new agreement under the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to be reached this December in Paris.
Learn more about the Toward 2015 dialogue and its participants.
The co-chairs’ report foresees a “hybrid” agreement in Paris that combines top-down and bottom-up elements to achieve both broad participation and strong ambition.  It says the Paris outcome should:

·         Reaffirm the goal of limiting global average temperature increase to below 2 °C, and acknowledge that this requires the progressive decarbonization of the global economy.

·         Include a core legal agreement with binding commitments by all parties to submit and maintain nationally determined contributions (NDCs), report on implementation of their NDCs, and be held accountable.

·         Reflect differentiation not on the basis of explicit categories of countries, but by respecting parties’ varied starting points, and committing all parties to put forward their best efforts, and strengthen them over time.

·         Require periodic updating of NDCs (e.g., every 5 years), with parties expected to progress in the type, scope and/or scale of their efforts, in line with their circumstances.

·         Establish a common transparency and accountability framework, with flexibility for varying national capacities.

·         Establish a stronger vision for adaptation under the UNFCCC; commit all parties to implement and report on national adaptation efforts; and establish a process to periodically assess adaptation progress and priorities.

·         Set a collective aim of mobilizing finance and investment; commit all parties to invest their own resources domestically and provide enabling environments for investment; enable enlargement of the circle of contributors; and establish a process to regularly track flows and assess needs.

·         Recognize commitments and actions by non-state actors – including subnational governments, businesses, international institutions and civil society organizations – in support of countries’ nationally determined contributions.

The Toward 2015 dialogue included participants from Australia, Brazil, China, the European Commission, France, Gambia, Germany, Grenada, Japan, Mali, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States, Venezuela, and the Independent Association of Latin America and the Caribbean (AILAC).
Valli Moosa, former environment minister of South Africa, currently serves as chairman of WWF (South Africa), chairman of Anglo American Platinum, and a director of Lereko Investments, Sun International, Sanlam and Imperial Holdings.
Harald Dovland, former lead climate negotiator for Norway, previously served as co-chair of the UNFCCC Ad Hoc Working Group on the Durban Platform and chair of the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Kyoto Protocol. He is currently Climate Policy Director for the consulting firm Carbon Limits.

The Toward 2015 dialogue was organized by C2ES with support from the governments of Australia, Germany, New Zealand, Norway and Switzerland.

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FLARE (Forests and Livelihoods: Assessment, Research, and Engagement) conference COP 21 Paris: 2nd call for abstracts – Deadline July 15, 2015

Dear Colleagues,

 

Please find  attached the call for abstracts for the 1st Annual FLARE Conference, to be held in Paris, France, at the Musée de l’Homme, November 27-30, 2015.  

In early December, Paris will host the Conference of Parties on Climate Change. The Musee de l’Homme Research Group on Social andNatural Evolution, the International Forestry Resources and Institutions (IFRI) research network (coordinated from the School of NaturalResource and Environment at the University of Michigan), and Program on Forests of the World Bank (PROFOR) announce the firstannual conference of the FLARE (Forests and Livelihoods: Assessment, Research, and Engagement) network. FLARE aims toadvance cutting edge knowledge and practices regarding forest-based livelihoods, biodiversity, and climate change. The meeting willhelp improve our understanding of the approaches, methods, tools, and indicators to assess how, where, and why governance of forestand forest mosaics for improving livelihoods works, and how it can be strengthened.

Proposals for oral presentationslightning talkspostersand workshops can address one or more of the following six sub-themes related to forests and livelihoods: 1) Governance and Landscapes; 2) Agricultural Commodities; 3) Social and BiologicalAspects of Forest Dependence; 4) Impact Evaluations; 5) Pathways to Prosperity; 6) Climate

Abstract submission deadline iJuly 15, 2015. Notification of acceptance/decline will be given by August 1, 2015.

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[Beyond 2015:447] [ENGLISH/FRANCAIS/ESPANOL] June news & July I

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Dear Beyond 2015,

Please find below:

-       Beyond 2015’s June bulletin

-       Opportunities to engage in the post-2015 process in New York

-       Financing for Development (FfD) Conference (13-16 July)

-       Spam alert

•       Beyond 2015’s June news

·         Update from the Beyond 2015 structures – see here

·         Recent success stories (take a look at the regional updates as well)

    • ·         Bolivia: national workshop organised by the Beyond 2015 Lead Agency (UNITAS) with local authorities and Municipal Planning Councils to discuss the transition from MDGs to SDGs and how to bring the SDGs closer to local needs: more information here
    • ·         Zimbabwe: national dialogue on the SDGs between members of government (national and local levels) and various stakeholders, focusing on technical capacity-building and knowledge sharing for the localisation of the post-2015 agenda in Zimbabwe (9-10 July) – see here
    • ·         Europe: Timely preparations (Beyond 2015’s European Task Force red flags for the UN Post-2015 outcome document), swift analysis and reaction by the European Task Force Steering Group and immediate action by national leads to share the reaction with their government representatives, enabled Beyond 2015 to influence the joint EU position for the June post-2015 intergovernmental negotiations.
    • ·         Global level: Beyond 2015’s 100 days campaign (launched on June 17 to kick-start the 100-day countdown to the UN Summit in New York) and Reaction to the zero draft of the post-2015 outcome document not only reached a huge audience via social media (see figures here); they also directly influenced negotiating positions, with Member States stating congratulating the Campaign during the launch of the Reaction in New York (June 17) and afterwards echoing the Campaign’s advocacy asks on a range of topics during the week of negotiations in June – for instance: strong calls for participation, gender equality and leaving no-one behind; addressing the three dimensions of sustainable development; multistakeholder partnerships; translating the SDGs into national frameworks; people-centred monitoring, follow-up and review mechanisms; reducing inequalities within and between countries, etc.

 

  • ·         Update on the post-2015 process in New York

o   June IGN (22-25 June) 

(see the Campaign’s summary of the negotiations, as well as the notes andrecording of our teleconference on the results of the June IGN) – This session focused on the outcome document Zero Draft, released by the co-facilitators on June 2nd. In preparation for the session, Beyond 2015 launched a comprehensive Reaction to the Zero draft, along with summaries in English, Spanish and French, and “Tweets of the Day” highlighting key messages from the position paper. Our tweets were retweeted 409 times, including by the Irish Mission to the UN and World Vision, reaching 415 000 people; and our hashtag #InterGov2015 continued to trend.

o   July IGN (20-31 July): connecting with the campaign in New York – if you plan to attend the July sessions please fill out this form. This list will be our main communication channel with representatives of participating organizations attending the session. More information on the July IGN (including the program of the negotiations) is available here.

o   2015 High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) (26 June – 8 July 2015): The HLPF will be the main instance for the global review of the post-2015 commitments and met in New York under the auspices of ECOSOC. Seehere how Beyond 2015 engaged in the 2015 meeting of the HLPF.

•       Opportunities to engage in the post-2015 process in New York

 ·         Applying to speak during the interactive dialogues of the UN Summit: Civil society representatives are invited to apply to speak during the opening ceremony and six interactive dialogues of the UN Summit. Apply here. Deadline: 20 July.

  • ·         Let us know if you will be attending the UN Summit: please fill out this form if you plan on attending. Details of all Beyond 2015 planned activities, as well as logistics about the Summit, will the shared directly with this list.

 •       Financing for Development (FfD) Conference (13-16 July)

The third FfD Conference is underway in Addis Ababa this week:

-       Take a look at the op-ed prepared by the Beyond 2015 FfD Task Force

-       Participate by sending us blogs on how you think the FfD Conference will impact on the Post-2015 UN Summit in September: see here

•       Recent spam

A false email about another CSO Conference in Denmark was recently circulated via the Beyond 2015 Google Group. This is a spam and is entirely false. We apologise for this.

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Chers membres de la campagne Beyond 2015,

Contenu de ce courriel :

-       Bulletin de juin

-       Opportunités pour participer aux négociations sur l’agenda post-2015 à New York

-       Conférence sur le financement pour le développement (13-16 juillet 2015)

-       Spam reçu

 1.    Bulletin de juin de Beyond 2015 

·         Résumé des activités récentes des structures de Beyond 2015 (résumé en anglais disponible ici)

o    Comité exécutif – résumé de la réunion de juin (en anglais) et message important des co-présidents de la Campagne

o    Task Force « Réaction Rapide » : Ce groupe a préparé les apports pour finaliser la Réaction officielle de Beyond 2015 à l’avant-projet du document final sur l’agenda post-2015 – résumé de la réaction en français ici.

o    Task Force sur le Financement pour le Développement : Le groupe était rivé sur la Conférence sur le financement pour le développement  à Addis-Abeba (13-16 juin) et a préparé un éditorial (disponible en anglaisici)

o    Groupe de Travail sur les Médias : Ce groupe a lancé le compte à rebours des 100 jours jusqu’à l’adoption de l’agenda post-2015 (17 juin) et a commencé à réfléchir à comment les médias peuvent contribuer à créer une volonté politique pour la mise en œuvre de l’agenda post-2015 à l’échelle nationale.

o    Groupe de Travail sur les Nations Unies : Ce groupe a contribué à la rédaction, au lancement officiel (auprès des missions permanentes) et à la diffusion plus large de la Réaction officielle de Beyond 2015 à l’avant-projet du document final sur l’agenda post-2015. Ce groupe a aussi appuyé les efforts de la Campagne pendant la semaine de négociations intergouvernementales sur l’agenda post-2015 à New York en juin, et dans les discussions sur une possible campagne pour succéder  à Beyond 2015 (“So what now?” – 23 juin), entre autre.

o    Task Force sur les Indicateurs : Ce groupe a participé à la première réunion de l’IAEG-ODD aux Nations Unies les 1-2 juin. Beyond 2015 a livré une déclaration conjointe avec 17 organisations, sur les principes pour l’élaboration des indicateurs et la participation de la société civile. Le rapport de la Task Force sur les principes pour l’élaboration des indicateurs a été partagé avec 25 missions de l’IAEG-ODD et à travers du compte Twitter de Beyond 2015. 

o    Structures géographiques : voir ici (en anglais uniquement)

 

•       Succès récents de la Campagne (jetez aussi un coup d’œil au dernier bulletin régional)
o   Bolivie: atelier national organisé par l'agence chef-de-file de Beyond 2015 (UNITAS) avec les autorités locales et les conseils de planification municipaux pour discuter de la transition des OMD aux ODD, et comment rapprocher les ODD aux besoins locaux: plus d'informations ici
o   Zimbabwe: dialogue national sur les ODD entre membres du gouvernement (aux niveaux national et local) et différentes parties prenantes, centré sur le renforcement des capacités techniques et le partage des connaissances pour « localiser » (adapter au niveau national) l'agenda post-2015 (9-10 Juillet) - voir ici
o   Europe: les préparatifs en temps opportun (Recommandations du Groupe de travail européen de Beyond 2015 pour le document final des Nations Unies sur l’agenda post-2015 (en anglais)), l'analyse et la réaction rapides de la Groupe de pilotage de la Task Force (en anglais), et la diffusion immédiate de cette réaction auprès des gouvernements européens a permis à Beyond 2015 d’influencer la position commune de l'UE pour les négociations intergouvernementales de juin.
o   Au niveau mondial: La « campagne des 100 jours » (lancée le 17 Juin pour donner le coup d’envoi du compte à rebours de 100 jours avant le Sommet de l'ONU à New York) et la réaction à l'avant-projet du document final ont non seulement atteint un large public via les médias sociaux (chiffres disponibles ici); ils ont également influencé directement les positions des États membres pendant les négociations : les États ont félicité la Campagne lors du lancement officiel de la réaction à New York (le 17 juin) et ensuite soutenu plusieurs messages clés de la Campagne pendant la semaine de négociations - notamment: l’appel à la participation, à respecter l'égalité des genres et à ne laisser personne de côté; l’équilibre entre les trois dimensions du développement durable; les partenariats multipartites; la traduction des ODD au niveau national; des mécanismes de suivi et d’évaluation axés sur les personnes ; la réduction des inégalités dans et entre les pays, etc.

 

  • ·         Nouvelles récentes sur le processus post-2015 à New York

o   Négociations intergouvernementales sur l’agenda post-2015 (22-25 juin) (voir le résumé des négociations, ainsi que les notes et l’enregistrement de notre téléconférence sur les résultats de ces négociations) – Cette séance était consacrée àl’avant-projet du document final sur l’agenda post-2015. En amont des négociations Beyond 2015 a préparé une réactionofficielle à l’avant-projet, ainsi que des résumés en anglais, en espagnol et en français, et des « Tweets de la Journée » soulignant les messages clés de notre réaction. Nos tweets ont été « retweetés » à 409 reprises, y compris par la Mission permanent de l’Irlande auprès de l’ONU et World Vision, et ont atteint 415 000 personnes; notre hashtag # InterGov2015 a continué à connaitre beaucoup de succès.

o   Négociations de juillet (20-31 juillet) : se connecter à la campagne à New York - si vous comptez assister aux négociations de juillet veuillez remplir ce formulaire. Cette liste constituera notre principal outil de communication pendant la séance. Plus d’informations sur les séances de juillet (y compris le programme des négociations) ici.

o   Forum politique de haut niveau (HLPF) (26 juin – 8 juillet 2015): Le HLPF sera la principale instance pour l’examen global des engagements post-2015 et s’est rencontré à New York sous les auspices de l’ECOSOC. Cliquez ici pour voir comment Beyond 2015 a participé à la réunion du Forum.

2.    Opportunités pour participer aux négociations sur l’agenda post-2015 à New York

 ·         Postulez pour participer aux dialogues interactifs qui auront lieu pendant le Sommet de l’ONU: l’ONU invite des acteurs de la société civile à postuler pour participer à la séance d’ouverture et aux six dialogues interactifs du Sommet. Postulez ici. Date limite : 20 juin

  • ·         Informez-nous si vous comptez assister au Sommet des Nations Unies en septembre : veuillez remplir ce formulaire. Toutes les informations sur les activités de la Campagne, et sur l’organisation du Sommet, seront partagées avec les personnes qui auront rempli ce formulaire.

3.    Conférence sur le financement pour le développement (FpD) (13-16 juillet)

La troisième conférence FpD a lieu à Addis-Abeba cette semaine :

  • ·         Lisez l’éditorial de la Task Force de Beyond 2015 sur le FpD (en anglais)
  • ·         Participez en nous envoyant des blogs/articles sur l’impact que vous pensez que la Conférence aura sur le Sommet des Nations Unis sur l’Agenda Post-2015

o    Vous pouvez nous envoyer un blog/article en français ou en toute autre langue. Veuillez inclure un titre. Vous pouvez rester anonyme – sinon veuillez spécifier votre nom et votre organisation.

o    Adresse à laquelle envoyer votre blog

o    Date limite : avant le Sommet de l’ONU

o    Plus d’informations (en anglais) : ici

4.    Spam reçu

Un spam sur une prochaine conférence de Beyond 2015 au Danemark vous a été envoyé à travers notre Google Groupe. Ce courriel est entièrement faux. Toutes nos excuses.

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Estimados miembros de Beyond 2015,

Contenido de este comunicado:

-       Boletín de Junio

-       Oportunidades para participar en el proceso post-2015 en Nueva York

-       Conferencia sobre el Financiamiento para el Desarrollo (13-16 de Julio)

-       Correo basura

1.    Noticias de Junio

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[Beyond 2015:445] Important: Beyond 2015 Co-Chairs Update (July) / Important: Message des co-présidents de Beyond 2015 (juillet) / Importante: Mensaje de los co-presidentes de Mas Alla del 2015 (Julio)

En français en dessous

En Español abajo

Dear Beyond 2015 members

Beyond 2015 is an exciting, fast moving and ever-changing campaign – it has grown a huge amount since its inception, and has developed an effective influencing voice and participatory approach to leadership. The key objectives of the campaign remain the same, but as we have moved to within 100 days of the adoption of the post-2015 agenda, we wanted to share the latest decisions and steps to strategically move forward for the remainder of the campaign (31 March 2016).

About the Executive Committee of Beyond 2015

1.       The Organisation of African Youth (Kenya) has decided to step down as co-chair of the campaign (though they will remain on the Executive Committee). The Executive Committee has unanimously elected Philipp Schönrock from CEPEI (Colombia) to replace OAY. Philipp thus joins Andrew Griffiths (Sightsavers) as co-chair.

2.       Women in Europe for a Common Future also recently left the Executive Committee. The Committee invited PhilSen (The Philippines) to join the Committee in their place, and PhilSen has accepted the invitation and is now a full member of the Executive Committee.

The new co-chairs want to reach out to the entire campaign and present themselves and the priorities that they will be focusing on:

 

1.     Strategic vision and priorities: securing an outcome document which reflects to Beyond 2015’s policy positions as much as possible

As the negotiations reach their final stage, we need to make sure that we continue to work to ensure that the outcome document is as ambitious as we can possibly make it. Campaign members have fought collectively, around the world and over many years, to have our key areas included in the document and we will need to maintain our energy in keeping hard-fought gains in the document and pushing for ambition where it is currently lacking. We recognise the need to be strategic, but also that some issues are not negotiable for Beyond 2015 – therefore, the Executive Committee will provide strong guidance on how to approach some of the remaining battles in the negotiations.

2.     Building strong national level implementation plans‏ for the post-2015 agenda in as many countries as possible

The Executive Committee has identified the lack of political will to implement the post-2015 agenda is a critical area of risk to its success. The decision to start a new stream of work – “From Policy to Action” – was not taken lightly, and the success of this work is a real priority for us. The true success of the post-2015 agenda will depend on how it is implemented at the national level.

3.     Finalising and implementing a strong exit strategy which guarantees that the Beyond 2015 legacy is safeguarded for future institutional memory of best practice in global advocacy.

The Executive Committee is working hard on an exit strategy as we speak, and has already identified three key legacy issues:

  • ·         Focus on political will to implement the post-2015 agreement
  • ·         Prominence given to effective participation, so that it is hard wired into the implementation and accountability structures of post-2015
  • ·         Commitment to joint North-South leadership

We have been a part of the discussions so far about what the successor to Beyond 2015 could look like, but we intend to drive this forward much more. We will do so by:

  • ·         Undertaking a robust evaluation of the Beyond 2015 campaign and capturing the ‘lessons learned’ of the campaign.
  • ·         Disseminating widely the results of this evaluation, focusing specifically on a potential successor campaign.
  • ·         Encouraging the structures of Beyond 2015 to discuss internally how they would like to work together after Beyond 2015, and what role they would like to play in any successor campaign.

The next steps that the Executive Committee will take are directly linked to these priorities, and include:

  • ·         Providing clear direction and leadership for the focus of our ongoing reactions to the drafts of the Outcome Document
  • ·         Ensuring that colleagues are working on building political will for the national level implementation of the post-2015 agenda
  • ·         Finalising our exit strategy and evaluation plans, including a robust dissemination strategy as a means to protect the legacy ofBeyond 2015.

We would like to be clear – the Executive Committee decided that the campaign will run until the end of its original mandate – 31 March 2016. We will not extend this mandate. Instead, we will work to ensure that the legacy of Beyond 2015 is protected and the culture and ways of working are carried forward by a successor campaign, specifically focusing on our three main ‘legacy issues’, as highlighted above.

And as Co-Chairs, we would encourage all 1400 participating organisations of Beyond 2015 to join us in working towards these priorities in a true partnership between the North and the South. Practically, this means:

  • ·         We would like you to help secure the strongest outcome document possible! Help us build the reaction by joining the campaign’s Rapid Response Task Force, and when the response is ready, share it with your governments at the national level or in NY. Contact Naiara, our Advocacy Director, for further details:  ncosta@beyond2015.org
  • ·         Help build political leadership for the implementation of the post-2015 agenda at the national level. You can find all the practical advice about how to do so here, and Morten Emil Hansen, Beyond 2015’s Implementation Officer, is available to support you on this. Work with him! mhansen@beyond2015.org
  • ·         Discuss with your Beyond 2015 structures (national lead agencies, focal points, regional coordinators) how you would like to continue working together after Beyond 2015 finishes. Find their contact details here. Let us know your thoughts, and tell Leo, our International Coordinator: lwilliams@beyond2015.org

In solidarity

Philipp Schönrock, CEPEI, Colombia

Andrew Griffiths, Sightsavers, UK

Chers membres de Beyond 2015,

Beyond 2015 est une campagne passionnante, en constante évolution, qui a connu une énorme expansion depuis sa conception et qui a développé une influence et une approche participative au leadership. Les principaux objectifs de la campagne n’ont pas changé mais étant donné que nous avons franchi la barre des 100 jours jusqu’à l’adoption de l’agenda post-2015 nous voulons partager à présent les dernières décisions et mesures stratégiques de la campagne pour le temps qui lui reste (jusqu’au 31 mars 2016).

A propos du Comité exécutif de Beyond 2015

1.       L’Organisation de la jeunesse africaine (OAY – Kenya) a décidé de se retirer de la co-présidence de la Campagne (mais restera membre du Comité exécutif). Le Comité exécutif a élu Philipp Schönrock de CEPEI (Colombie) à l’unanimité pour remplacer OAY. Philipp rejoint ainsi Andrew Griffiths (de Sightsavers) comme co-président.

2.       Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF) a aussi récemment quitté le Comité exécutif, lequel a invité PhilSen (des Philippines) à prendre sa place. PhilSen a accepté l’invitation et est donc maintenant un membre à part entière du Comité exécutif.

Les nouveaux co-présidents souhaitent communiquer avec l’ensemble de la campagne pour se présenter et partager leurs priorités pour Beyond 2015 :

 

1.       Vision stratégique et priorités: obtenir un document final qui reflète au mieux les positions et priorités de Beyond2015

Etant donné que les négociations approchent de leur fin nous devons poursuivre nos efforts en vue d’obtenir un document final aussi ambitieux que possible. Les membres de la Campagne ont travaillé ensemble, partout dans le monde et depuis de nombreuses années, afin d’inclure nos domaines prioritaires dans le document et nous aurons besoin de maintenir notre énergie pour préserver nos résultats et pousser pour plus d’ambition là où il fait actuellement défaut. Nous sommes conscients de la nécessité d'être stratégique, mais aussi du fait que certaines questions ne sont pas négociables pour Beyond 2015 - le Comité exécutif fournira donc des conseils importants sur comment aborder certaines questions controversées qui subsistent dans les négociations.
 2.       Créer des plans nationaux de mise en oeuvre de l’agenda post-2015 solide dans le plus grand nombre de pays possible

Le Comité exécutif a identifié le manque de volonté politique pour mettre en œuvre l’agenda post-2015 comme un problème majeur pour sa réalisation. La décision de commencer un nouvel axe de travail pour « traduire les politiques en actions » n’a pas été prise à la légère et le succès de ce travail est une priorité de taille pour nous. La réussite de l’agenda post-2015 se mesurera véritablement par sa mise en œuvre au niveau national.

3.       Finaliser et mettre en œuvre une stratégie de sortie solide pour préserver les acquis de Beyond 2015 et conserver la mémoire institutionnelle des meilleures pratiques en matière de plaidoyer mondial.

Le Comité exécutif travaille dur en ce moment sur une stratégie de sortie. Trois problèmes clés liés à l’héritage de la Campagne ont déjà été identifiés :

  • ·         L’accent mis sur la volonté politique de mettre en œuvre l’agenda post-2015
  • ·         L’importance accordée à la participation effective, de sorte qu’elle soit au cœur des structures de mise en œuvre et de responsabilisation de l’agenda post-2015
  • ·         L’engagement pris de conserver un leadership Nord-Sud

Nous avons participé aux discussions sur ce à quoi pourrait ressembler le cadre de travail qui succédera à Beyond 2015, mais aller beaucoup plus loin en :

  • ·         Réalisant une évaluation solide de la Campagne Beyond 2015, et capturer les apprentissages
  • ·         Diffuser largement les résultats de cette évaluation, en se focalisant tout particulièrement sur une potentielle nouvelle campagne.
  • ·         Encourager les structures de Beyond 2015 à discuter de comment elles aimeraient travailler ensemble après Beyond 2015, et le rôle qu’elles aimeraient jouer dans toute nouvelle campagne.
Les prochaines mesures qui seront prises par le Comité exécutif seront directement liées à ces priorité et consisteront, entre autre, à :
·         Fournir une orientation et un leadership clairs pour cibler nos réactions aux avant-projets du document final
·         Veiller à ce que nos collègues travaillent sur ​​la construction d'une volonté politique pour la mise en œuvre de l'agenda post-2015 à l’échelle nationale
·         Finaliser notre stratégie de sortie et nos plans d'évaluation, y compris mettre sur pied une stratégie de diffusion robuste pour préserver l'héritage de Beyond 2015.
Nous aimerions être clairs: le Comité exécutif a décidé que la campagne continuera jusqu'à la fin de son mandat originel, c’est-à-dire le 31 mars 2016. Nous ne prolongerons donc pas ce mandat. Au lieu de cela nous nous attacherons à préserver l’héritage de Beyond 2015 et à transmettre la culture et les modes de travail de Beyond 2015 à une prochaine campagne, en accordant une attention particulière aux trois questions de notre héritage (susmentionnées).

En tant que co-présidents nous aimerions encourager les 1 400 organisations membres de Beyond 2015 à participer à nos efforts pour réaliser ces priorités à travers un réel partenariat Nord-Sud. Concrètement nous vous demandons de :

  • ·         Aider à obtenir le meilleur document final possible! Aidez-nous à préparer la réaction de la Campagne à la nouvelle version de l’avant-projet du document final en rejoignant la Task Force d’intervention rapide de la Campagne (Rapid Response Task Force). Une fois que la réaction est prête, partagez-là avec vos gouvernements au niveau national ou à New York. Contactez Naiara, notre directrice de plaidoyer, pour plus d’informations : ncosta@beyond2015.org
  • ·         Aider à construire un leadership politique pour la mise en œuvre de l’agenda post-2015 à l’échelle nationale. Tous les conseils pratiques pour s’y prendre sont compilés ici, et Morten Emil Hansen, Chargé d’affaires de Beyond 2015 pour les questions liées à la mise en œuvre de l’agenda post-2015, est disponible pour vous aider à cet égard. Travaillez avec lui ! mhansen@beyond2015.org
  • ·         Discuter avec vos structures de Beyond 2015 (agences chef-de-file au niveau national, points focaux, coordonnateurs régionaux) de comment vous souhaitez continuer à travailler ensemble après Beyond 2015. Leurs coordonnées sont accessibles ici. Partagez vos idées et communiquez-les à Leo, notre Coordinateur International : lwilliams@beyond2015.org

Bien à vous,

Philipp Schönrock, CEPEI, Colombie

Andrew Griffiths, Sightsavers, Royaume-Uni

Estimados miembros de Más Allá del 2015,

Más Allá del 2015 es una campaña emocionante, en constante cambio – ha crecido muchísimo desde su inicio y ha desarrollado una influencia y un enfoque basado en el liderazgo participativo. Los objetivos claves de la campaña no han cambiado, pero teniendo en cuenta que quedan menos de 100 días hasta la aprobación de la agenda post-2015 queremos compartir las últimas decisiones y medidas para avanzar estratégicamente hasta el fin de la campaña (31 de marzo de 2016).

Sobre el Comité ejecutivo de Más Allá del 2015

1.         La Organización de la Juventud Africana (OAY – Kenia) ha decidido dimitir como copresidente de la campaña (aunque permanecerá en el Comité Ejecutivo). El Comité ejecutivo ha elegido por unanimidad Philipp Schönrock de CEPEI (Colombia) para reemplazar OAY y por tanto copresidir la campaña con Andrew Griffiths (Sightsavers).

2.         Women in Europe for a Common Future (WECF) también ha salido del Comité Ejecutivo hace poco tiempo. El Comité invitó a PhilSen (de las Filipinas) a unirse al Comité en su lugar, y PhilSen ha aceptado la invitación entonces ahora es miembro del Comité ejecutivo.

Los nuevos co-presidentes de la campaña quieren comunicar con todos los miembros de la campaña para presentarse y compartir sus prioridades de trabajo: 

1.       Visión y prioridades estratégicas: obtener un documento final que refleje las posiciones de Más Allá del 2015 lo más posible

A medida que nos acercamos del fin de las negociaciones, tenemos que seguir trabajando para lograr el documento final lo más ambicioso posible. Miembros de la campaña han luchado colectivamente, en todo el mundo y durante muchos años, para lograr la inclusión de nuestros mensajes clave en el documento final. Tenemos que mantener nuestra energía para preservar esos resultados y hacer presión para una mayor ambición en los ámbitos de la agenda en los cuales actualmente se carece. Reconocemos la necesidad de ser estratégicos, y somos también conscientes del hecho de que algunas cuestiones no son negociables para Más allá de 2015 – por lo tanto, el Comité ejecutivo proporcionará una orientación fuerte sobre la forma de abordar algunas de las preguntas polémicas de las negociaciones.

2.       Desarrollar planes nacionales fuertes para la implementación de la agenda post-2015 en el mayor número posible de países

El Comité ejecutivo ha identificado la falta de voluntad política para la implementación de la agenda post-2015 como un riesgo crítico para su éxito. La decisión de iniciar un nuevo eje de trabajo – ” De la política a la acción” – no fue tomada a la ligera, y el éxito de este nuevo enfoque es una verdadera prioridad para nosotros. El verdadero éxito de la agenda post-2015 dependerá de su implementación a nivel nacional.

3.       Finalizar y ejecutar una estrategia de salida fuerte para preservar el legado de Más Allá del 2015 y conservar una memoria institucional de las mejores prácticas en el ámbito de la incidencia global:

El Comité ejecutivo está trabajando duro sobre una estrategia de salida, y ya ha identificado tres cuestiones clave relacionados con el legado de Beyond 2015:

  • ·         Nuestro enfoque en la voluntad política para la implementación de la agenda post-2015
  • ·         Nuestro enfoque en la participación efectiva, para asegurar que sea al centro de la ejecución y de la rendición de cuentas de la agenda post-2015
  • ·         Nuestro compromiso para asegurar un liderazgo conjunto Norte-Sur

Hemos participado en las discusiones sobre el marco que podría suceder a Más Allá del 2015, pero tenemos la intención de impulsar estas reflexiones mucho más mediante:

•       Una evaluación sólida de la campaña, incluso de los "aprendizajes" de la campaña.
•       Una amplia difusión de los resultados de esta evaluación, centrándose concretamente en una posible nueva campaña.
•       Apoyo a las estructuras de Más Allá del 2015 para que discutan de cómo les gustaría trabajar juntos después de Más Allá del 2015, y el papel que les gustaría jugar en otra campaña.
Los próximos pasos del Comité Ejecutivo serán directamente relacionados con estas prioridades, e incluyen:·         Proporcionar una dirección clara y un liderazgo sobre el foco de nuestras reacciones a los borradores del documento final
·         Asegurar que nuestros colegas trabajen en la construcción de la voluntad política para la implementación de la agenda post-2015 nivel nacional
·         Finalizar nuestra estrategia de salida y nuestros planes de evaluación, incluso una estrategia de difusión robusta para proteger el legado de Beyond 2015.
Nos gustaría ser claro: el Comité ejecutivo ha decidido que la Campaña continuará hasta el fin de su mandato original, es decir el 31 de Marzo del 2016. No vamos a ampliar este mandato. En su lugar, trabajaremos para proteger el legado de Beyond 2015 y transmitir la cultura y las formas de trabajo de la Campaña a su marco sucesor, centrándose concretamente en los tres temas vinculados con nuestro legada, cómo se destacó anteriormente.

En nuestro cargo de copresidentes queremos animar a todos las 1400 organizaciones participantes de Más Allá del 2015 a participar a nuestros esfuerzos para lograr estas prioridades, a través de una verdadera asociación Norte-Sur. Concretamente:

·         ¡Ayúdenos a lograr el documento final el más fuerte posible! Únanse al Rapid Response Task Force para ayudarnos a construir nuestra reacción al nuevo borrador del documento final, y una vez que nuestra reacción está lista, compártanla con sus gobiernos a nivel nacional o en Nueva York. Contactar Naiara, nuestra Director de Incidencia, para más detalles: ncosta@beyond2015.org
·         Ayúdenos a construir el liderazgo político para la implementación de la agenda post-2015 a nivel nacional. Todos los consejos prácticos para esto están disponibles aqui, y Morten Emil Hansen, El Oficial de Más Allá del 2015 para la Implementación de la agenda post-2015, está disponible para apoyarles. ¡Trabajen con él! mhansen@beyond2015.org
·         Discutan con las estructuras de Más Allá del 2015 (agencias líderes a nivel nacional, puntos focales, coordinadores regionales) sobre cómo les gustaría seguir colaborando tras el fin de la Campaña. Datos de contacto están disponibles aqui. Compartan sus ideas, especialmente con Leo, nuestro Coordinador Internacional: lwilliams@beyond2015.org

Saludos cordiales,

Philipp Schönrock, CEPEI, Colombia

Andrew Griffiths, Sightsavers, Reino-Unido

This is a good delivery from the new executive committee members.To whom much is given, definitely much is expected. Well done.
My dear co-members of beyond2015, please I have a suggestion as part of the progress for the upcoming newly Sustainable Development Goals {SDG}.
:[1] Would it not be possible for the individual country members to develop a Statistical Data Base for SDG at various country level to monitor and evaluate the implementation of the SDG monthly, annually or as the case may be?
If it would be possible,
:[2] Would it not be possible for the apex executive committee members at the global level to use all the datas and informations to be collected from individual country members to form Global Statistics Data Base?
If this could be done successfully, I hope it would help to track, monitor and evaluate the level of the individual country members developments and all other stakeholders that would involve in the forthcoming SDG project.
Please I stand to be guided appropriately.
Thank you all.
Mr. Azeez Tajudeen Olayemi
The National Coordinator,
Community Building on Justice and Economic Empowerment {CBJEE}
Director General,
Joint Organization of Nigeria Grassroots Optimists {JONGO} 
B11 Oyinlola Shopping Complex Fagbewesa Osogbo,Osun State.
BA 14 Bolorunduro Area Ifon, Osun State Nigeria. +2348061268470+2347051360634

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NEW REPORT: What lies beneath? a critical assessment of public private partnerships and their impact on sustainable development!

Dear all,

We are pleased to announce that today we launched our newest report, What lies beneath? a critical assessment of public private partnerships and their impact on sustainable development!

The report looks at the empirical and theoretical evidence available on the nature and impact of public private partnerships (PPPs), and analyses the experiences of Tanzania and Peru, in country case studies carried out by Afrodad and Latindadd, respectively. It critically assesses whether PPPs deliver on the promises of their proponents and gives concrete recommendations for policymakers.

Overall, the report finds that:

•       PPPs are, in most cases, the most expensive method of financing, significantly increasing the cost to the public purse.

•       PPPs are typically very complex to negotiate and implement and all too often entail higher construction and transaction costs than public works.

•       PPPs are all too often a risky way of financing for public institutions.

•       The evidence of impact of PPPs on efficiency is very limited and weak.

•       PPPs face important challenges when it comes to reducing poverty and inequality, while avoiding negative impacts on the environment.

•       Implementing PPPs poses important capacity constraints to the public sector, and particularly in developing countries.

•       PPPs suffer from low transparency and limited public scrutiny, which undermines democratic accountability.

As this report is published, the post-2015 and the financing for development agendas are being negotiated. PPPs are proposed as a key component of the financing for development agenda in response to pressing infrastructure needs. However, it is crucial to take into account what has happened so far and examine whether PPPs will help the world’s poorest countries to finance the roads, schools, hospitals, energy and other infrastructure facilities they need to grow and thrive.

We recommend a set of concrete actions that can have a crucial impact in this debate:

•       Stop hiding the true costs of PPPs

•       Be transparent and accountable

•       Put development outcomes at the forefront

•       Put developing countries in the driving seat

You can find the specificities of these in the full report: http://eurodad.org/whatliesbeneath

The report has already been picked up by Reuters and is mentioned in the Daily Mail, which we hope will put pressure on heads of government at this critical time as they gather for the Financing for Development conference in Addis Ababa. We would be very grateful for your help in spreading the word as far and wide as possible on social media, using the attached infographics and the #FFD3.

To read a briefing summary in English please click here.

To read a briefing summary in Spanish please click here.

To read a briefing summary in French please click here.

You can also read and share the press releaseMajor new report warns against the promotion of PPPs in development finance as heads of state gather for UN summit in Addis Ababa.

Thanks a lot in advance of your support!

Kind regards,

MJ

María José Romero

Policy and Advocacy Manager, Private finance and DFIs
Eurodad, European Network on Debt and Development

Tel: + 32 2 894 46 47

Skype: eurodad-mariajose

Email: mromero@eurodad.org
Rue d’Edimbourg, 18-26. Brussels 1050. Belgium

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LCS-RNet Joint Sessions at “Our Common Future Under Climate Change “ in Paris, 9th July

LCS-RNet organizes the joint session entitled, “Transformative Solutions Across Scales: Social Learning, Science, Policy and Dialogues” at “Our Common Future Under Climate Change” being held in Paris, France, which is hosted by French Government, UNESCO and other organizations.
This joint session is scheduled as follows.

LCS-RNet joint session : “Transformative Solutions Across Scales: Social Learning, Science, Policy and Dialogues”

Date : 9th July 17:30 – 19:00
Venue : UPMC Jussieu – Room 105 – Block 24/34

Programme:

Welcome and Introductions (17:30 – 17:34)

Part I: Social learning panel – chaired by Penny Urquhart (17:34 – 17:55 )

- Keynote speech: Learning for a change! The role and challenges of social learning for climate change adaptation
Speaker , Coleen Vogel

- Systemic and social learning approaches for climate change adaptation: Experiences from transboundary work in Southern Africa
Speaker , Sharon Pollard

- Doing much more with the same: Institutional change and social learning for sustainable development outcomes
Speaker, Blane Harvey

Part II: Broad applications panel – chaired by Shuzo Nishioka ( 17:55 – 18:29 )

- Keynote speech: Implementing the long term transition towards Low Carbon Societies
Speaker , Stefan Lechtenböhmer

- Keynote speech: Realizing low‐carbon Asia based on science‐policy interaction through Low Carbon Asia Research Network (LoCARNet)
Speaker , Mikiko Kainuma

- Science‐policy‐stakeholder dialogues about Low Carbon Society: Lessons from the Brazilian Case
Speaker , Emilio Lèbre La Rovere

- China’s Emission Pathway towards global 2 degree target: Policies and Scientific Support
Speaker , Kejun Jiang

- A Transformative knowledge network of global youth for combating climate change: an intercultural perspective
Speaker , Hugo Dayan

Discussion from the floor and Concluding Remarks (18:29 – 19:00)

Please also refer the attached detailed programme.

More information of “Our Common Future Under Climate Change”.
http://www.commonfuture-paris2015.org/
http://cfcc.event.y-congress.com/ScientificProcess/Schedule/index.html?setLng=en#

Thank you in advance for your kind attention.
Best Wishes.
LCS-RNet / LoCARNet secretariat.

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LCS-RNet Joint Sessions at “Our Common Future Under Climate Change “ in Paris, 9th July

LCS-RNet organizes the joint session entitled, “Transformative Solutions Across Scales: Social Learning, Science, Policy and Dialogues” at “Our Common Future Under Climate Change” being held in Paris, France, which is hosted by French Government, UNESCO and other organizations.
This joint session is scheduled as follows.

LCS-RNet joint session : “Transformative Solutions Across Scales: Social Learning, Science, Policy and Dialogues”

Date : 9th July 17:30 – 19:00
Venue : UPMC Jussieu – Room 105 – Block 24/34

Programme:

Welcome and Introductions (17:30 – 17:34)

Part I: Social learning panel – chaired by Penny Urquhart (17:34 – 17:55 )

- Keynote speech: Learning for a change! The role and challenges of social learning for climate change adaptation
Speaker , Coleen Vogel

- Systemic and social learning approaches for climate change adaptation: Experiences from transboundary work in Southern Africa
Speaker , Sharon Pollard

- Doing much more with the same: Institutional change and social learning for sustainable development outcomes
Speaker, Blane Harvey

Part II: Broad applications panel – chaired by Shuzo Nishioka ( 17:55 – 18:29 )

- Keynote speech: Implementing the long term transition towards Low Carbon Societies
Speaker , Stefan Lechtenböhmer

- Keynote speech: Realizing low‐carbon Asia based on science‐policy interaction through Low Carbon Asia Research Network (LoCARNet)
Speaker , Mikiko Kainuma

- Science‐policy‐stakeholder dialogues about Low Carbon Society: Lessons from the Brazilian Case
Speaker , Emilio Lèbre La Rovere

- China’s Emission Pathway towards global 2 degree target: Policies and Scientific Support
Speaker , Kejun Jiang

- A Transformative knowledge network of global youth for combating climate change: an intercultural perspective
Speaker , Hugo Dayan

Discussion from the floor and Concluding Remarks (18:29 – 19:00)

Please also refer the attached detailed programme.

More information of “Our Common Future Under Climate Change”.
http://www.commonfuture-paris2015.org/
http://cfcc.event.y-congress.com/ScientificProcess/Schedule/index.html?setLng=en#

Thank you in advance for your kind attention.
Best Wishes.
LCS-RNet / LoCARNet secretariat.

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Estimados miembros de la campaña Beyond 2015,

 

Muchas gracias por su participación en la cuenta atrás la semana pasada. Haremos una evaluación de nuestra campaña #100days, pero ya sabemos que fue muy exitosa.

 

Tuits del día para las negociaciones intergubernamentales de Junio sobre la agenda post-2015:

Una nueva ronda de negociaciones sobre la agenda post-2015 empieza en Nueva York esta semana (22-25 de Junio). Las negociaciones se centraran en el borrador cero del documento final sobre la agenda post-2015 (haga clic aquí para leer la reacción de la campaña al borrador cero). Aquí están algunas sugerencias de ‘tuits del día’ a adaptar y enviar hoy lunes 22 de Junio para influir en esas negociaciones:

1)      Contamos con su valor para comprometerse para 1 agenda #post2015 transformativa para personas y planeta #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

2)      Tenemos q cambiar y adoptar una declaración #post2015 que no deje a nadie atrás #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

3)      Los Estados deben confirmar la inclus’ d la universalidad y d la lucha c/ las desigualdades n la decla #post2015 #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

4)      Lee la reacción d @Beyond2015 al #ZeroDraft #post2015. Doc completo: http://bit.ly/1fhifwR; resumen: http://bit.ly/1IFzDFa #InterGov2015

Aquí está una lista de cuentas en Twitter de las misiones permanentes ante la ONU. Les invitamos a enviar sus tuits a estas cuentas: http://bit.ly/1bnIPCC. También les invitamos a leer este guía en inglés/francés/español sobre el uso de Twitter: http://www.beyond2015.org/sites/default/files/Communication%20Techniques%20to%20Impact%20Media_0.docx

Seguir las negociaciones esta semana:

-          Página oficial de la ONU: https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/post2015/negotiationsoutcome1

-          Televisión de la ONU: http://webtv.un.org/live/#

Resumen de la llamada de la Campaña sobre las negociaciones de Mayo (2 de Junio)

Resumen (en inglés): http://www.beyond2015.org/sites/default/files/Intel-sharing%20and%20May%20IGN%20webinar_2%20June%202015_notes.pdf

Grabación: sapd.webex.com/sapd/lsr.php?RCID=af6b1f1f5d3bb1406dcc94c207f0abe4

 

Llamadas sobre el nuevo enfoque de Beyond 2015: traducir las políticas en acciones (“Policy to Action”)

Organizamos dos llamadas – una esta semana – para presentar el Conjunto de herramientas para traducir las políticas en acciones (“Policy to Action Toolkit”):

24 de junio, 10:00 – 11:30 (CET) (UUEE, África, Asia) – apuntarse aquí: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1gPO4cPwPnnzwtGGEdITQFzISkjwbyltINVUvl_JrzPU/prefill

30 de junio, 15:00 – 17:30 (CET) (EEUU, LAC) – apuntarse aquí: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/19NMiVEHvRO7GLuA1hUH2ZxUtk7Z5r7xix_KYN69UJxI/prefill

Para descargar este nuevo recurso, haga clic aquí: http://www.beyond2015.org/sites/default/files/EN%20Beyond%202015%20Policy%20to%20Action%20Toolkit.pdf

Gracias y saludos

Dear Beyond 2015,

 Many thanks to all those of you who participated in the launch of the 100-day countdown last week. We will do a proper evaluation of our #100day campaign but already know it was a  big success.

 

Tweets of the day for the June intergovernmental negotiations on the post-2015 agenda:

A new round of intergovernmental negotiations on the post-2015 agenda starts in New York this week (22-25 June). The discussions will focus on the zero-draft of the outcome document for the September UN Summit (click here to view the campaign’s reaction to the zero-draft). Below are suggested tweets of the day to adapt and send today Monday 22 June to influence the negotiations:

1)      We r counting on ur courage 2 #commit 2 a #transformative #post2015 #declaration 4 people & planet #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

2)      It is time 2 #change and adopt a #post2015 declaration that leaves no one behind #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

3)      MS should work to protect the call for #universality and end #inequalities in the #post2015 #declaration #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

4)      Read @Beyond2015 reaction to the #post2015 #ZeroDraft Full: http://bit.ly/1fhifwR Summary:  http://bit.ly/1IFzDFa #InterGov2015

Follow this link to see the Twitter handles of permanent missions to the UN: http://bit.ly/1bnIPCC We encourage you to send your Tweets to these accounts.

Please also take a look at our Twitter guide, available in English, French and Spanish: http://www.beyond2015.org/sites/default/files/Communication%20Techniques%20to%20Impact%20Media_0.docx

 

Following the negotiations this week:

-          Official UN website: https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/post2015/negotiationsoutcome1

-          UN TV: http://webtv.un.org/live/#

Summary of the teleconference on the May negotiations (2 June):

Minutes: http://www.beyond2015.org/sites/default/files/Intel-sharing%20and%20May%20IGN%20webinar_2%20June%202015_notes.pdf

Recording: sapd.webex.com/sapd/lsr.php?RCID=af6b1f1f5d3bb1406dcc94c207f0abe4

 

Teleconferences on the new focus of the campaign: “Polity to action” shift

We are organising 2 calls – including one this week – to present our new “Policy to Action toolkit”

June 24th, 10.00-11.30 CET (EU – Africa – Asia) – Sign-up here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1gPO4cPwPnnzwtGGEdITQFzISkjwbyltINVUvl_JrzPU/prefill

June 30th,  15.30-17.30 CET (US – Latin America) – Sign-up here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/19NMiVEHvRO7GLuA1hUH2ZxUtk7Z5r7xix_KYN69UJxI/prefill

To download the toolkit follow this link: http://www.beyond2015.org/sites/default/files/EN%20Beyond%202015%20Policy%20to%20Action%20Toolkit.pdf

 

Kind regards

 

Chers membres de la campagne Beyond 2015,

Un grand merci à tous ceux d’entre vous qui ont participé au lancement de notre compte à rebours la semaine dernière. Nous effectuerons une évaluation de notre campagne #100days mais savons déjà qu’elle fut très réussie.

 

“Tweets” de la journée pour les négociations intergouvernementales de juin sur l’agenda post-2015 :

Une nouvelle séance de négociations intergouvernementales sur l’agenda post-2015 a lieu à New York cette semaine (22-25 juin). Les discussions porteront principalement sur l’avant-projet du document final de l’ONU sur l’agenda post-2015 (cliquez ici pour lire la réaction de la campagne à l’avant-projet). Voici quelques suggestions de ‘tweets de la journée’ à adapter et à envoyer aujourd’hui lundi 22 juin pour influencer les négociations :

1)     Ns comptons sur votre courage pr vs engager en faveur d’1 agenda #post2015 transformateur, pr l’humain &la planète #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

2)     Il est temps de changer et d’adopter une déclaration #post2015 qui ne laisse personne de côté #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

3)     Les Etats membres doivent asseoir l’universalité & la fin des inégalités dans la déclaration #post2015 #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

4)     Lisez la réaction de @Beyond2015 au #ZeroDraft #post2015. En entier : http://bit.ly/1fhifwR; résumé : http://bit.ly/1IFzDFa #InterGov2015

Voici la liste des comptes Twitter des missions permanentes auprès de l’ONU. Nous vous encourageons à envoyer vos tweets à ces comptes Twitter : http://bit.ly/1bnIPCC

Et voici un guide en anglais, en français et en espagnol sur l’utilisation de Twitter: http://www.beyond2015.org/sites/default/files/Communication%20Techniques%20to%20Impact%20Media_0.docx

 

Suivre les discussions cette semaine :

-          Site web de l’ONU: https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/post2015/negotiationsoutcome1

-          Télévision (en direct) de l’ONU: http://webtv.un.org/live/#

Résumé de la téléconférence sur la séance de négociations intergouvernementales de mai (2 juin) :

Résumé : http://www.beyond2015.org/sites/default/files/Intel-sharing%20and%20May%20IGN%20webinar_2%20June%202015_notes.pdf

Enregistrement: sapd.webex.com/sapd/lsr.php?RCID=af6b1f1f5d3bb1406dcc94c207f0abe4

 

Téléconférences sur le nouveau focus de la campagne : traduire les politiques en actions concrètes (« Policy to Action »)

Nous organisons 2 téléconférences – dont une cette semaine – pour présenter notre nouvelle « Boite à outils pour traduire les politiques en actions » (“Policy to Action toolkit”)

24 juin 2015, de 10h à 11h (CET) (Europe – Afrique – Asie) – inscrivez-vous ici https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1gPO4cPwPnnzwtGGEdITQFzISkjwbyltINVUvl_JrzPU/prefill

30 juin, de 15h30 à 17h30 (CET) (USA – Amérique latine) – inscrivez-vous ici https://docs.google.com/forms/d/19NMiVEHvRO7GLuA1hUH2ZxUtk7Z5r7xix_KYN69UJxI/prefill

Vous pouvez télécharger la boite à outils (en anglais) ici :

http://www.beyond2015.org/sites/default/files/EN%20Beyond%202015%20Policy%20to%20Action%20Toolkit.pdf

Bien à vous.

Ella Masle-Farquhar

Acting International Officer, Beyond 2015

Based in Brussels, Belgium

efarquhar@beyond2015.org

Tel: +32 (0)4 70 13 33 79

Skype: ella.masle-farquhar

 

Click here to join Beyond 2015′s 100-day countdown to the adoption of the post-2015 agenda!

http://www.beyond2015.org

Follow Beyond 2015 on Twitter @Beyond2015 and Facebook

Do you want to engage in the post-2015 negotiations? Don’t miss out on upcoming opportunities. Click here to access our dedicated website section on the negotiations.

Beyond 2015 thematic groups are open to all organisations participating in the campaign. Join a group! Click here to find out which working groups and task forces are currently active.

You work at the regional level? Check out our regional hubs in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Pacific here.

You work at the national level? You can find details of our national hubs across the world here.

Check out what the Executive Committee has been up to, here.

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.Beyond 2015:442] [English/français/español] Change of dates ‘Policy to Action toolkit’ webinars & June 24 tweets of the day

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Estimados miembros de la campaña Beyond 2015,

Nueva fecha y vínculos para apuntarse a las llamadas sobre el “Policy to Action Toolkit” (Conjunto de herramientas de Beyond 2015 para traducir las políticas en acciones)

Debido a problemas con los formularios para apuntarse a estas llamadas, la llamada de hoy a las 10:00 CET ha sido cancelada. Disculpa por la molestia. Aquí están las nuevas fechas y vínculos para las llamadas:

-       Lunes 29 de Junio, 10:00-11:30 CET (UUEE, África, Asia) – apuntarse aquí:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1gPO4cPwPnnzwtGGEdITQFzISkjwbyltINVUvl_JrzPU/viewform?usp=send_form

-       Martes 30 de Junio, 15:30-17:30 (EEUU, LAC) – apuntarse aquí:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/19NMiVEHvRO7GLuA1hUH2ZxUtk7Z5r7xix_KYN69UJxI/viewform?usp=send_form

Por más información, contactar Morten Emil: mhansen@beyond2015.org

Tuits del día:

Aquí están algunas sugerencias de ‘tuits del día’ a adaptar y enviar hoy miércoles 24 de Junio para influir en las negociaciones intergubernamentales sobre la agenda post-2015:

1)      Los Estados deben tomar n cuenta los aportes d las OSC para llegar a 1 agenda #post2015 realmente inclusiva #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

2)      Los compromisos con los derechos humanos deben ser parte del monitoreo-evaluación d la agenda #post2015 #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

3)      La agenda #post2015 debe contener mecanismos para evaluar las contribuciones de actores no estatales #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

4)      El monitoreo, la responsabilizacion y la evaluación deben ser hecho por las personas y para las personas #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

5)      Las evaluaciones nacionales deberían ocurrir cada 2 años para garantizar un monitoreo-evaluación d calidad #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

Aquí está una lista de cuentas en Twitter de las misiones permanentes ante la ONU. Les invitamos a enviar sus tuits a estas cuentas: http://bit.ly/1bnIPCC. También les invitamos a leer este guía en inglés/francés/español sobre el uso de Twitter: http://www.beyond2015.org/sites/default/files/Communication%20Techniques%20to%20Impact%20Media_0.docx

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Chers membres de la campagne Beyond 2015,

Changement de date et nouveaux liens pour participer aux téléconférences sur le « Policy to Action toolkit » (Boite à outils pour traduire les politiques en actions »)

Suite à des problèmes avec les formulaires d’inscription, la téléconférence prévue à 10h CET aujourd’hui a été annulée. Nous nous excusons pour tout désagrément causé. Voici les nouvelles dates et liens pour s’inscrire :

-       Lundi 29 juin, 10:00-11:30 CET (UE, Afrique, Asie) – s’inscrire ici:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1gPO4cPwPnnzwtGGEdITQFzISkjwbyltINVUvl_JrzPU/viewform?usp=send_form

-       Martes 30 de Junio, 15:30-17:30 (USA, LAC) – s’inscrire ici:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/19NMiVEHvRO7GLuA1hUH2ZxUtk7Z5r7xix_KYN69UJxI/viewform?usp=send_form

Pour plus d’informations veuillez contacter Morten Emil: mhansen@beyond2015.org

“Tweets” de la journée :

Voici quelques suggestions de ‘tweets de la journée’ à adapter et à envoyer aujourd’hui mercredi 24 juin pour influencer les négociations intergouvernementales sur l’agenda post-2015:

1)      Les Etats mb doivent prendre en compte les apports d OSC afin d’adopter 1 agenda #post2015 véritablement inclusif #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

2)      Les engagements pris en matière de droits de l’homme doivent ê intégrés au suivi-évaluation de l’agenda #post2015 #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

3)      L’agenda #post2015 doit contenir des mécanismes pour évaluer les contributions d’acteurs non-étatiques #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

4)      Le suivi-évaluation et la reddition des comptes doivent ê effectués par et pour les personnes #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

5)      Les évaluations nationales devraient avoir lieu tous les 2 ans pour garantir un suivi-évaluation de qualité #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

Voici la liste des comptes Twitter des missions permanentes auprès de l’ONU. Nous vous encourageons à envoyer vos tweets à ces comptes Twitter : http://bit.ly/1bnIPCC

Et voici un guide en anglais, en français et en espagnol sur l’utilisation de Twitter: http://www.beyond2015.org/sites/default/files/Communication%20Techniques%20to%20Impact%20Media_0.docx

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Dear Beyond 2015,

Change of dates and new links for the webinars on the « Policy to Action toolkit »

Due to problems with the sign-up forms, today’s call at 10am CET has been cancelled. Apologies for the inconvenience. Here are the new dates and links to register:

-       Monday 29 June, 10:00-11:30 CET (EU, Africa, Asia) – register here:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1gPO4cPwPnnzwtGGEdITQFzISkjwbyltINVUvl_JrzPU/viewform?usp=send_form

-       Tuesday 20 June, 15:30-17:30 (USA, LAC) – register here:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/19NMiVEHvRO7GLuA1hUH2ZxUtk7Z5r7xix_KYN69UJxI/viewform?usp=send_form

For more information please contact Morten Emil: mhansen@beyond2015.org

Tweets of the day:

Below are suggested tweets of the day to adapt and send today Wednesday 24 June to influence the intergovernmental negotiations on the post-2015 agenda:

1)      MS must listen to the inputs of CSOs to achieve a truly inclusive #post2015 agenda #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

2)      The #post2015 #followup & review should also include #humanrights commitments to keep #peopleinthecenter #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

3)      The #post2015 agenda must provide mechanisms for reviewing the contribution of non-state actors #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

4)      Monitoring, #accountability & #review must be 4 the people and by the people #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

5)      National review should happen every 2 years, guaranteeing quality #followup and review #InterGov2015 @Beyond2015

Follow this link to see the Twitter handles of permanent missions to the UN: http://bit.ly/1bnIPCC We encourage you to send your Tweets to these accounts.

Please also take a look at our Twitter guide, available in English, French and Spanish: http://www.beyond2015.org/sites/default/files/Communication%20Techniques%20to%20Impact%20Media_0.docx

Kind regards,

Ella

Ella Masle-Farquhar

Acting International Officer, Beyond 2015

Based in Brussels, Belgium

efarquhar@beyond2015.org

Tel: +32 (0)4 70 13 33 79

Skype: ella.masle-farquhar

Click here to join Beyond 2015′s 100-day countdown to the adoption of the post-2015 agenda!

http://www.beyond2015.org

Follow Beyond 2015 on Twitter @Beyond2015 and Facebook

Do you want to engage in the post-2015 negotiations? Don’t miss out on upcoming opportunities. Click here to access our dedicated website section on the negotiations.

Beyond 2015 thematic groups are open to all organisations participating in the campaign. Join a group! Click here to find out which working groups and task forces are currently active.

You work at the regional level? Check out our regional hubs in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Pacific here.

You work at the national level? You can find details of our national hubs across the world here.

Check out what the Executive Committee has been up to, here

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CDC Climat Research and ADEME � French Agency of Environment and Energy Management | ClimasCOPe # 3 : GHG emissions� accounting

Climas CQPe

6 issues in 2015

1#
Carbon pricing 
March 2015
2 #
Financing the low-carbon transition
May 2015

3 #

GHG emissionsaccounting
June 2015

4 #

The role of sub-national actors
July 2015

5 #

Adaptation to climate change
September 2015

6 #

The compatibility of States ‘commitments with the scenario of 2°C
November 2015

Contributed to this issue:Marion Afriat, Emilie Alberola, Valentin Bellassen, Mariana Deheza, Claudine Foucherot, Julia Grimault, Hadrien Hainaut, Matthieu Jalard, Igor Shishlov et Manasvini Vaidyula

CDC Climat Research benefits from the support of the French Public Long Term investor, Caisse des Dépôts Group, to provide independent expertise when assessing economic issues relating to climate & energy policies in France and throughout the world. CDC Climat Research aims helping public and private decision-makers to improve the way in which they understand, anticipate, and encourage the use of economic and financial resources aimed at promoting the transition to a low-carbon economy. The herein opinion and analysis do not bind ADEME.

Publication manager: Benoît Leguet

Editor in chief: Marion Afriat/) 01.58.50.96.04/* marion.afriat@cdcclimat.com

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Heading towards the 2015 Paris international Climate Conference (COP21), CDC Climate Research, in partnership with ADEME, the French Environment and Energy Management Agency, launches ClimasCOPe, a publication aiming to shed some light on the challenges of these international climate negotiations.

ClimasCOPe will provide, in a four-pages publication, a synthesis of each challenge, the last steps of climate negotiations and a focus on the key initiatives in this area.

ClimasCOPe # 3 – GHG emissions’accounting (MRV)

§  Editorial - Three keys to effective GHG emissions monitoring for a broader climate agreement, by V. Bellassen, INRA Research Institute
§  Challenge - MRV: how to hit the bull’s eye when there is no silver bullet?,
by I. Shishlov
§  Key indicator - Overview of international reporting requirements for UNFCCC countries and emissions of the 15 highest emitters, by M. Afriat and M. Vaidyula

§  Climate international negotiations developments by M. Vaidyula

§  3 initiatives of MRV by C. Foucherot, J. Grimault and M. Vaidyula

Read the issue # 3 >>

Find all issues of ClimasCOPe (FR-ENG-ESP) >>

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Source : CDC Climat Research, 2015
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[Beyond 2015:437] Une chanson sur le naufrage des migrants à Lampedusa

NAUFRAGE DE LAMPEDUSA

Les milliers de morts à la suite des naufrages de bateaux de migrants à Lampedusa les 12 et 19 avril 2015 ont suscité une grande émotion au sein de la jeunesse africaine. Pour partager leur incompréhension sur cette situation dramatique, quelques membres de Visions Solidaires se sont investis dans un projet de chanson afin d’exprimer leur révolte de voir tant de valeureux jeunes mourir d’une façon aussi atroce. ” Voir le clip sur www.visionssolidaires.com

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[Beyond 2015:438] IMPORTANT ACTION [English,Français,Espanol] 100-day countdown to the adoption of the post-2015 agenda & Beyond 2015′s reaction to the zero draft

 

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Dear Beyond 2015,

 

Content of this email:

1.      Launch of the 100-day countdown to the adoption of the post-2015 agenda all content for dissemination is available here – more information below

2.      Beyond 2015 Reaction to the zero draft of the post-2015 outcome document

3.      New: Beyond 2015’s dedicated web page on the post-2015 intergovernmental negotiations now accessible from the homepage

 

Launch of the 100-day countdown to the adoption of the post-2015 agenda

 

In some parts of the world it is already Wednesday 17 June, meaning that the 100-day countdown to the adoption of the post-2015 agenda has already started in some regions. Once it is Wednesday in your time zone please join our countdown and help spread the word!

 

Who are we targeting with this campaign?

1.      World leaders

2.      Government representatives at the national and sub-national levels, including members of permanent UN missions in New York

3.      The general public

4.      Media outlets across the world

 

Beyond 2015’s 100-day package:

 

Beyond 2015 has prepared several media-related items to mark the start of the 100-day countdown. Click here to access the full media package on our dedicated web page (we chose not to attach these items directly because of the size of the files, to ensure that all members of the campaign can open this email – all files can easily be downloaded from our webpage) :

-          An open letter to world leaders (available in English, French and Spanish)

-          A set of 4 postcards addressed to world leaders (available in English, French and Spanish)

-          Suggested tweets (available in English, French and Spanish)

-          A compilation of 100-day related blogs  – special thanks to all those who have already prepared blogs

-          Beyond 2015 press release (available in English, French and Spanish)

-          An email signature link

 

How to use this 100-day package:

 

The objective of this campaign is to draw the attention of world leaders, members of government at all levels, the general public and media outlets to the 100-day mark until the adoption of the post-2015 agenda.

 

Here’s how YOU can join the campaign on Wednesday 17 June in your time zone to support us in reaching our objective:

1.      Share the open letter and postcards as widely as possible

-          How? By email, Twitter, Facebook or any other social platform – We have prepared suggested tweets in English, French and Spanish to help you – see here

-          With who? All your networks, government members at the local, national and New York levels, and media outlets. – A list of Twitter handles of permanent missions in New York is available here: http://bit.ly/1bnIPCC

2.      Send the Beyond 2015 press release (see here and scroll down) to your media contacts, and to your networks and government contacts   and/or publish a press release of your own using the key messages from the letter and postcards

3.      Add the 100-day countdown link to your email signature – see here

4.      Send us a blog on the countdown and promote the blog entries received so far – see here. We will continue to publish blogs after Wednesday 17 June.

 

We need to ensure that our 100-day campaign is seen by governments worldwide, covered by as many media outlets as possible, and talked about as much as possible on social media. Please help us share the open letter, postcards and press release with members of your government, your permanent mission in New York, and existing media contacts.

 

What will happen after June 17:

 

-          We will continue to publish blogs linked to the countdown, provided they follow these guidelines.

-          We ask you to send us material/event information linked to the 100-day countdown, as well as information on media coverage of the countdown in your country.

 

Beyond 2015 Reaction to the zero draft of the post-2015 outcome document

 

The Beyond 2015 Rapid Response Task Force has issued a paper summarizing the key comments and a full document with concrete language proposals in reaction to the post-2015 zero draft. This document will be disseminated broadly at global, regional and national levels and we count on the support of our participating organizations to engage in this key moment of the intergovernmental negotiations.

 

New: Beyond 2015’s dedicated web page on the post-2015 intergovernmental negotiations now accessible from the homepage

 

Beyond 2015’s dedicated webpage on the post-2015 intergovernmental negotiations contains information on how the campaign is engaging in the negotiation sessions, key documents, tips on how to participate in the process, the 100-day countdown campaign, and much more. This page is now directly accessible on the Beyond 2015 home page, by clicking on the new red banner right at the top of the home page.

 

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Chers membres de la campagne Beyond 2015,

 

Contenu de ce mail:

1.      Début du compte à rebours des 100 jours jusqu’à l’adoption de l’agenda post-2015 tout le contenu à partager aujourd’hui 17 juin est disponible ici – plus d’informations plus bas

2.      Réaction de Beyond 2015 au “zero draft” du document final sur l’agenda post-2015

3.      Nouveau: Page web de Beyond 2015 dédiée aux négociations intergouvernementales post-2015 maintenant accessible directement depuis la page d’accueil de Beyond 2015

 

Début du compte à rebours des 100 jours jusqu’à l’adoption de l’agenda post-2015

 

Dans certaines régions du monde il est déjà mercredi 17 juin – le compte à rebours des 100 jours jusqu’à l’adoption de l’agenda post-2015 a donc déjà commencé dans certains pays. Une fois qu’il sera le 17 juin dans votre pays veuillez participer au compte à rebours et nous aider à le rendre le plus visible possible!

 

Qui sont les cibles de notre compte à rebours?

1.      Dirigeants mondiaux

2.      Membres du gouvernement aux niveaux national et local, y compris les membres de missions permanents à New York

3.      Le grand public

4.      Les medias partout dans le monde

 

Le ‘pack’ média de Beyond 2015 pour marquer le début du compte à rebours:

 

Beyond 2015 a préparé un ensemble de produits liés au début du compte à rebours des 100 jours. Cliquez ici pour accéder à tout le contenu listé ci-dessus, sur notre nouvelle page web spécialement dédiée au compte à rebours (nous avons décidé de ne pas inclure tous ces documents en pièces jointes du fait de la taille des fichiers, et par pour s’assurer que tout le monde puisse ouvrir ce mail – tous les produits ci-dessous sont facilement téléchargeables à partir de notre site web)

-          Une lettre adressée à nos dirigeants mondiaux (disponible en anglais, en français et en espagnol)

-          Une série de 4 cartes postales adressée à nos dirigeants mondiaux (disponible en anglais, en français et en espagnol)

-          Des suggestions de tweets (disponible en anglais, en français et en espagnol)

-          Une compilation de blogs liés au compte à rebours  - un grand merci à tous ceux qui ont déjà envoyé des blogs

-          Revue de presse de Beyond 2015 (disponible en anglais, en français et en espagnol)

-          Un lien à rajouter à votre signature électronique

 

Comment utiliser ce ‘pack’ média:

 

Cette campagne vise à braquer les projecteurs sur le début du compte à rebours des 100 jours jusqu’à l’adoption de l’agenda post-2015, et cherche tout particulièrement à retenir l’attention de nos dirigeants mondiaux, de membres du gouvernement à tous les niveaux, du grand public, et des médias.

 

Voici comment VOUS pouvez participez au compte à rebours ce mercredi 17 juin pour nous aider à atteindre nos objectifs:

1.      Partagez la lettre et les cartes possibles le plus largement possible

-          Comment? Par mail, via Twitter, Facebook ou toute autre plateforme électronique – Nous avons préparé des suggestions de tweets en anglais, en français et en espagnol pour vous aider – regardez ici

-          Avec qui? Tous vos réseaux, vos contacts au sein des gouvernements à tous les niveaux, et les medias. – Une liste des comptes Twitter des missions permanentes à New York est disponible ici: http://bit.ly/1bnIPCC

2.      Publiez et partager la revue de presse de Beyond 2015 (regardez ici) avec vos contacts dans les medias, vos réseaux et vos contacts au sein du gouvernement    et/ou publiez votre propre reveu de presse en vous basant sur les messages clés contenus dans la lettre ouverte et dans les cartes postales

3.      Rajouter le lien vers le compte à rebours à votre signature électronique – voir ici

4.      Envoyez-nous un blog sur le compte à rebours et parlez autour de vous des blogs déjà publiés ici. Nous continuerons à publier des blogs jusqu’au Sommet en septembre.

 

Nous devons nous assurer que notre campagne des #100days est le plus visible possible et qu’elle retienne tout particulièrement l’attention des gouvernements partout dans le monde, des médisa partout dans le monde, et du grand public via les réseaux sociaux. Nous comptons sur vous pour nous aider à diffuser la lettre, les cartes postales et la revue de presse le plus largement possible auprès de votre gouvernement, de votre mission permanente à New York, et de vos contacts médias.

 

Que se passera-t-il après le 17 juin:

 

-          Nous continuerons à publier des blogs liés au compte à rebours, pourvu qu’ils respectent les instructions ici.

-          Nous vous demandons de partager toute information sur notre compte à rebours dans votre pays, y compris la couverture médiatique et tout événement/document produits.

 

Réaction de Beyond 2015 au “zero draft” du document final sur l’agenda post-2015

 

Le “Rapid Response Task Force” de Beyond 2015 a préparé un résumé des commentaires clés de la campagne ainsi qu’une réaction complète avec des propositions de langage spécifique. Ce document sera partagé le plus largement possible aux niveaux mondial, régional et national et nous comptons sur vous pour nous aider à nous engager le plus possible à ce moment clé des négociations.

 

Nouveau: Page web de Beyond 2015 dédiée aux négociations intergouvernementales post-2015 maintenant accessible directement depuis la page d’accueil de Beyond 2015

 

La page web de Beyond 2015 dédiée aux négociations intergouvernementales post-2015 contient des informations sur comment la campagne a participé aux séances de négociations, des documents clés, des ressources pour vous aider à participer au processus de négociation, des informations sur le compte à rebours des 100 jours et bien plus. Cette page web est maintenant directement accessible depuis la page d’acceuil de Beyond 2015, tout en haut de la page dans le nouveau bloc horizontal en rouge.

 

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Estimados miembros de la campaña Beyond 2015,

 

Contenido de este correo:

1.      Comienzo de la cuenta regresiva de los 100 días hasta la adopción de la agenda post-2015 todo el contenido a difundir está disponible aquí – más información abajo

2.      Reacción de Beyond 2015 al borrador cero del documento final sobre la agenda post-2015

3.      Nuevo: La página web de Beyond 2015 sobre las negociaciones intergubernamentales post-2015 está ahora disponible directamente a partir de la página de inicio de Beyond 2015

 

Comienzo de la cuenta regresiva de los 100 días hasta la adopción de la agenda post-2015

 

En algunas partes del mundo ya somos el miércoles 17 de junio así que la cuenta regresiva de los 100 días hasta la adopción de la agenda post-2015 ya ha comenzado en algunos países.  Una vez que el día miércoles 17 de junio empieza en su país, por favor juntase a nuestra cuenta atrás y apoyadnos a promoverla !

 

A quién se dirija esta campaña?

5.      Nuestros lideres mundiales

6.      Representantes del gobierno a nivel nacional y sub-nacional, incluso miembros de misiones permanentes en Nueva York

7.      El public en general

8.      Los medios de comunicación a través del mundo

 

El ‘paquete media’ de Beyond 2015’s sobre los #100dias:

 

Beyond 2015 has preparado un conjunto de productos para resaltar el comienzo de la cuenta atrás de 100 días. Haga clic aquí para acceder a todo el contenido mencionado abajo en nuestra nueva página web sobre la cuenta atras (hemos decidido no mandar todo el contenido por correo para asegurarnos que cada uno puede leer este mensaje – se puede descargar todo el contenido mencionado desde nuestra página web) :

-          Una letra a nuestros líderes mundiales (disponible en inglés, en francés y en español)

-          Una seria de 4 postales para nuestros líderes mundiales (disponible en inglés, en francés y en español)

-          Sugerencias de tuits (disponible en inglés, en francés y en español)

-          Una compilación de blogs vinculados con los #100dias  – muchas gracias a todos que ya han enviado blogs.

-          Comunicado de prensa de Beyond 2015 (disponible en inglés, en francés y en español)

-          An email signature link

 

Como utilizar el paquete media sobre los #100dias:

 

Esta campaña mediática busca llamar la atención de nuestros líderes mundiales, de miembros de gobierno a todos niveles, del público en general, y de medios de comunicación, sobre los 100 días que quedan hasta la adopción de la agenda post-2015.

 

Queremos que USTED participe en la campana el miércoles 17 de junio para ayudarnos a alcanzar este objetivo:

1.      Comparte la letra y las postales lo más posible

-          Cómo? Por correo, Twitter, Facebook y en las redes sociales en general –  Hemos preparado sugerencias de tuits en inglés, en francés y en español para ayudaros – vea aqui

-          Con quién? Todos sus contactos, incluso miembros de gobiernos a nivel local, nacional y en Nueva York, y con los medios de comunicación- Una lista de cuentas en Twitter de misiones permanentes antes la ONU está disponible aqui: http://bit.ly/1bnIPCC

2.      Envía el comunicado de prensa oficial de Beyond 2015 (ve aqui) a sus contactos en los medias, el gobierno etc.  y/o  publica su propio comunicado de prensa bansandose en los mensajes clave de la letra y de los postales

3.      Añade un vincula hacia nuestra cuenta atrás en su firma electrónica – ve aqui

4.      Envíanos un blog sobre la cuenta atrás y comparte los blogs que ya hemos recibido aqui. Continuaremos a publicar blogs hasta la Cumbre.

 

Necesitamos asegurarnos que nuestra campana sobre los #100dias sea muy visible, y que sea visto por gobiernos en todo el mundo, que los medios comuniquen sobre esto lo más posible, y que el mayor número de individuos hablen de nuestra cuenta atrás en los redes sociales. Por favor, ayúdanos a compartir nuestra letra, nuestras postales y nuestro comunicado de prensa con miembros de su gobierno, de su misión permanente ante la ONU, y con sus contactos en los medios.

 

Y después del 17 de junio?

 

-          Seguiremos publicando blogs vinculados con la cuenta atrás, si cumplen con esas guias.

-          Por favor, envíanos información sobre la cubertura mediática de la cuenta atrás en su país, y sobre contenido/eventos que ustedes han desarrollado en su país.

 

Reacción de Beyond 2015 al borrador cero del documento final sobre la agenda post-2015

 

El “Rapid Response Task Force” de Beyond 2015 ha preparado un resumen de los comentarios clave de la campana y una reacción completa con propuestas específicas de lenguaje para el borrador cero. Este documento sera difundido a nivel global, regional y nacional, y contamos con su apoyo para comprometerese en esa fase crucial de las negociaciones post-2015.

 

Nuevo: La página web de Beyond 2015 sobre las negociaciones intergubernamentales post-2015 está accesible ahora directamente a partir de la página de inicio de Beyond 2015

 

La página web de Beyond 2015 sobre las negociaciones intergubernamentales post-2015 contiene información sobre el compromiso de la campana en las sesiones en Nueva York, documentos clave, herramientas para participar en las negociaciones, información sobre la cuenta atrás y mucho más. Ahora esta página web esta accesible directamente a partir de la página de inicio de Beyond 2015, arriba en la nueva parta roja.

 

Saludos cordiales,

Ella Masle-Farquhar

Acting International Officer, Beyond 2015

Based in Brussels, Belgium

 

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[Beyond 2015:436] FW: [ENGLISH/FRANCAIS/ESPANOL] Join Beyond 2015’s 100-day countdown to the adoption of the post-2015 agenda (17 June) & May news & More on the post-2015 negotiations

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Pour lire ce message en français cliquez ici

 

Estimados miembros de Beyond 2015,

 

Contenido de este comunicado de la Secretaría de Beyond 2015 (haga clic en la sección que le interesa para leer el contenido directamente):

-       17 de junio: Campaña de Beyond 2015 para marcar los 100 días hasta la adopción de la agenda post-2015

-       Boletín de mayo

o   Noticias de los co-presidentes y de las estructuras de la campaña

o   ‘Historias de éxito’ de mayo

o   Contribuciones de la campaña a la sesión de negociaciones post-2015 de mayo

o   Compromiso de la campaña en los dos días de diálogos interactivos organizados por el Presidente de la Asamblea General de la ONU para preparar la Cumbre de la ONU (26-27 de mayo, Nueva York)

o   Contribuciones de la campaña al Foro Político de Alto Nivel

-       Juntarse con la campana en Nueva York para las negociaciones post-2015 de junio

-       Diálogos interactivos durante la Cumbre de la ONU en Septiembre

-       Página web sobre los indicadores para los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible

Únase a la cuenta regresiva de 100 días para la adopción de la agenda post-2015 (17 de junio de 2015) – ver aqui

A partir del próximo miércoles 17 de junio faltaron sólo 100 días hasta la adopción de la agenda post-2015. Beyond 2015 está marcando esta cuenta regresiva de 100 días a través de una campaña mediática que busca presionar aún más los líderes mundiales a ser ambiciosos y valientes en este tramo final y a comenzar la planificación de la implementación de la agenda ahora, antes de la Cumbre de la ONU en septiembre.

 

Queremos que todos se juntan a nuestra campaña. Cómo participar:

 

1.    Antes del 17 de junio: Escribir un blog sobre la cuenta regresiva de 100 días y enviarlo a efarquhar@beyond2015.org Compilaremos todos los blogs en nuestro sitio web el 17 de junio y haremos una promoción en la página principal de nuestro sitio. Publicaremos también tuits sobre los blogs el 17 de junio.

 

Guías para los blogs:

-       Usted puede permanecer en el anonimato, escribir bajo un seudónimo, o proporcionar su nombre y organización.

-       Idioma: usted puede escribir en cualquier idioma, incluyendo idiomas distintos al Inglés, francés y español. Si usted escribe en otro idioma, por favor traducir el título de tu blog en Inglés

-       Longitud: como desee (1 página o menos está bien)

-       Contenido:

o    Puede abordar cualquier ángulo de la cuenta regresiva de 100 días.

o    Fotos pueden ser incluidas también.

o    Asegúrese de incluir el título de su blog.

o    Asegúrese de incluir su país.

-       Envíe su blog por correo electrónico a efarquhar@beyond2015.org bajo este título: “100days blog” seguido de su nombre.

-       Fecha límite: lunes 15 de junio, 17:00 horas en Bruselas

 

2.    El 17 de junio:

-       Compartir la carta abierta # 100días a los líderes mundiales lo más ampliamente posible por correo electrónico y a través de las redes sociales (enviaremos la carta abierta a todos el 17 de junio)

-       Compartir las tarjetas postales sobre los #100días tarjetas postales lo más ampliamente posible por correo electrónico y a través de las redes sociales (enviaremos las tarjetas postales a todos el 17 de junio)

-       Publicar tuits acerca de los #100días (enviaremos sugestiones de tuits a todos el 17 de junio)

¡Tenemos ganas de iniciar la cuenta regresiva con todos ustedes!

 

Noticias de mayo:

 

  1. Noticias de los co-presidentes y de las estructuras de la campaña

 

Noticias de los co-presidentes: aquí

 

Mas aquí sobre el nuevo enfoque de la campana sobre la implementación de la agenda post-2015

 

Noticias de algunas estructuras de la campaña (haga clic aquí para ver nuestras grupos de trabajo y task forces):

 

Grupo de trabajo sobre los Indicadores para los ODS:

-       El 1 de mayo, el Grupo de trabajo entregó una carta a John Pullinger, presidente de la Comisión de Estadística de las Naciones Unidas, pidiendo la participación de la sociedad civil en la labor de la IAEG-ODS.

-       Más tarde, en mayo, el Grupo de Trabajo finalizó sus Recomendaciones para los Principios relacionados al proceso de desarrollo de indicadores globales, que está siendo distribuido entre las comisiones nacionales de estadísticas y las misiones permanentes de los miembros de la IAEG-ODS. El Grupo de Trabajo se reunió el 29 de mayo para discutir estrategias para la difusión del informe.

-       Varios miembros del grupo trabajaron sobre una declaración en relación con los temas críticos para la selección de indicadores (desagregación, desigualdad, etc.), que fue entregado el 1 de junio, durante la primera reunión de la IAEG-ODS.

 

Grupo de trabajo sobre el Financiamento para el Desarrollo:

-       Planificación de un evento paralelo durante la Conferencia de Addis (FfD) sobre la responsabilidad ciudadana, seguimiento y monitoreo, en colaboración con WWG, Act Alliance, SID y CIDSE.

-       Desarrollo de una respuesta al documento final FFD, con miras a preparar mensajes clave para los medios de comunicación previa a Addis.

-       Reflexión sobre los vínculos entre FfD y post-2015.

 

Grupo de trabajo sobre los medios de comunicación (página web aquí)

-       Preparo un Thunderclap y un día de movilización digital en Mayo sobre el monitoreo participativo, en colaboración con ATD Fourth World y Participate, además de los “tuits del día” para las negociaciones en Nueva York (más abajo).

-       Llamada sobre el fortalecimiento de capacidades de comunicación, el 6 de Mayo, para discutir de cómo mejorar los conocimientos de los profesionales de los medios sobre el proceso post-2015 y la campana, cómo superar la brecha digital, y cómo preparar buenos infograficos. Ver las notas y la grabación de la llamada.

 

Grupo de trabajo “reaccion rapida”:

Este grupo de trabajo está trabajando sobre la reacción de la campaña al borrador cero del documento final de la Cumbre de la ONU.

 

2.    Historias de éxito de Mayo

 

A continuación se presentan algunas historias de éxito de miembros de la campaña en Mayo. Si a usted le gustaría compartir una historia de éxito para nuestro próximo boletín de noticias, por favor escribir a efarquhar@beyond2015.org

  • Mesa de diálogo con los medios en Bangladesh sobre la Financiación para el Desarrollo, 13 de mayo 2015 – más información aquí.
  • “Domingos Sostenibles”, organizados en las islas Mauricio para introducir los ODS a las comunidades locales e iniciar discusiones entre los actores locales sobre la implementación de la agenda post-2015 – más información aquí.
  • Respuesta del Grupo de Trabajo Europeo de Beyond 2015 a las Conclusiones del Consejo – ver aquí
  • Diálogo interactivo sobre el examen y seguimiento a múltiples niveles de la agenda post-2015, co-organizada por las Misiones Permanentes de Francia, Perú y la República de Corea ante las Naciones Unidas, junto con Beyond 2015 y la TAP en Nueva York, el 15 de Mayo – más información aquí.
  • Evento paralelo en Nueva York el 18 de mayo, organizada conjuntamente por la Misión de Tanzania ante las Naciones Unidas, Beyond 2015, el Grupo de Trabajo de las OSC en Africa sobre Post-2015 (AWG), African Development Interchange Network (ADIN y African Monitor: ” Mecanismos regionales y nacionales de seguimiento y evaluación: Oportunidades y Desafíos para la agenda Post-2015 en África “- más información aquí.

 

3.    Contribuciones de Beyond 2015 a la sesión de negociaciones post-2015 de mayo (18-22 de Mayo) – haga clic aquí para ver las ultimas noticias de la campana sobre las negociaciones

 

Beyond 2015 publicó y distribuyó un documento de posición en preparación para la sesión de negociaciones intergubernamentales de mayo – “A la altura de nuestra ambición: Recomendaciones de Beyond 2015 sobre la rendición de cuentas, el seguimiento y la revisión de la agenda post-2015“. Este documento fue distribuido a 117 misiones gubernamentales en Nueva York, así como a varios socios gubernamentales, en las OSC y en la ONU – a nivel regional y nacional.

 

Haga clic aquí para leer el resumen de las contribuciones de Beyond 2015 durante la sesión de Mayo, y aquí para escuchar la llamada organizada por la Secretaria de Beyond 2015 el 2 de Junio para compartir el resulto de la sesión de negociaciones.

 

También lanzamos dos campañas exitosas en las redes sociales sobre el monitoreo participativo, antes de las negociaciones, en colaboración con ATD Fourth World y Participate. En primer lugar, una jornada de movilización digital el 14 de mayo para apoyar el Día Mundial de Acción para la Rendición de Cuentas lanzado por Action/2015, a través de discusiones sobre el monitoreo participativo en las redes sociales, y en segundo lugar, una campaña Thunderclap pidiendo el apoyo de los líderes mundiales para el #Participatorymonitoring con el fin de asegurar la participación ciudadana en la agenda post-2015.

 

Durante la movilización digital Beyond 2015 publicó durante todo el día tuits preparados por el Grupo de Trabajo sobre los Medios de comunicación, e instó a las organizaciones miembros de hacer lo mismo. Nuestros tuits sobre el monitoreo participativo fueron reproducidos 568 veces, incluyendo por ONU-SENG, FNUAP y ONU-Hábitat, y fueron vistos 18 563 veces. Nuestra Thunderclap fue un gran éxito: nuestro mensaje llegó a 4 470 393 personas a través de las redes sociales y fue respaldado por 292 personas y organizaciones, entre ellas UNICEF, The Millennium Campaign, ISD UK, Plan International y MyWorld2015

 

Además, “tuits del día” fueron una vez más compartidos en Inglés, Francés y Español para influir en las negociaciones. Durante la semana nuestros tuits fueron reproducidos 304 veces, incluyendo por las misiones de Alemania y de Suisa ante la ONU y World We Want, llegando a 575 500 personas, y nuestro hashtag #InterGov2015 continuo a tener mucho éxito. Estamos orgullosos de anunciar que llegamos a 8 000 seguidores en twitter durante la semana!

 

4.    Dos días de diálogos interactivos organizados por el Presidente de la Asamblea General de la ONU con representantes de OSC, ONG, grupos principales, el sector privado y Estados Miembros, para preparar la Cumbre de la ONU (26-27 de mayo, Nueva York)

Miguel Santibanez, de Mesa de Articulación, Chile, representó Beyond 2015 durante estos diálogos en Nueva York. Haga clic aquí para leer su declaración.

 

5.    Contribuciones de la campaña al Foro Político de Alto Nivel

  • Beyond 2015 presentó aportes oficiales para la Sesión del Foro del 26 junio-8 julio en Nueva York. Los aportes de la Campaña serán incorporados a las contribuciones de los grupos principales y otras partes interesadas y serán traducidos a los seis idiomas oficiales de la ONU. Nuestros aportes están disponibles aquí
  • Si usted está pensando asistir a la sesión del Foro en Nueva York: rellena este formulario para informar a la Secretaría de Beyond 2015
  • Información sobre el Foro, como el Programa para la Sesión de 2015 y el borrador del Informe Global de 2015 sobre el Desarrollo Sostenible (GSDR) está disponible aquí
  • Ya pueden apuntarse aquí para asistir al Foro. Plazo: 15 de junio

 

Juntarse con la campaña en Nueva York para las negociaciones post-2015 de junio

 

Si usted está pensando asistir en las negociaciones de junio en Nueva York sobre la agenda post-2015 (22-25 de Junio):

Por favor rellenar este formulario: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/16qZmP6jgkCM0mhWzbxD1t49Sv_nxp31kOlMtSp0DeuM/viewform?c=0&w=1 Esto será nuestra principal herramienta de comunicación con miembros de la Campaña

 

Más sobre los diálogos interactivos durante la Cumbre de la ONU en Septiembre

Tras algunas discusiones difíciles, los Estados miembros se acordaron en los temas para los seis diálogos interactivos durante la Cumbre de la ONU en Septiembre. Esos temas fueron presentados al Presidente de la Asamblea General para que empiece con los arreglos y la organización de la Cumbre. Los temas son: (1) Acabar con la pobreza y el hambre; (2) Luchar contra las desigualdades, empoderar a las mujeres y niñas, y no dejar a nadie atrás; (3) Fomentar el crecimiento económico sostenible, transformar y promover el consumo y la producción sostenibles; (4) Proteger nuestra planeta y luchar contra el cambio climático; (5) Construir instituciones eficaces, responsables e inclusivas para lograr el desarrollo sostenible y (6) Realizar una alianza mundial revitalizada. Cada diálogo interactivo será conducido por dos jefes de Estado eligidos por los grupos regionales.

 

Nueva página web sobre los indicadores para los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible: http://unstats.un.org/sdgs/


Dear Beyond 2015,

 

This email contains the following information (click on each section to jump to the corresponding text):

-       June 17: Beyond 2015’s media campaign to mark the 100-day countdown to the adoption of the post-2015 agenda

-       Beyond 2015 May newsletter

o   Update from the Beyond 2015 co-chairs and structures

o   May success stories

o   Beyond 2015’s contributions to the May post-2015 intergovernmental negotiations

o   Beyond 2015’s involvement in the two-day interactive hearings convened by the PGA in preparation for the UN Summit (26-27 May 2015, New York)

o   Beyond 2015’s inputs to the High Level Political Forum (HLPF)

-       Connecting with Beyond 2015 in New York for the June post-2015 negotiations

-       Interactive dialogues during the UN Summit in September

-       SDG Indicators website

 

Join Beyond 2015’s 100-day countdown to the adoption of the post-2015 agenda (17 June 2015) – see here

The 100-day countdown to the adoption of the post-2015 agenda in New York starts next Wednesday June 17. Beyond 2015 will kick off the 100-day countdown through a media campaign aimed at further pressuring world leaders to be ambitious and courageous in this final stretch and to start planning the implementation of the agenda now, before the UN Summit in September.

 

We want you all to join our campaign. Here’s how you can be involved:

 

1.    Before June 17: Write a blog about the 100-day countdown and send it to efarquhar@beyond2015.org All blog entries will be compiled on our website and promoted to our home page on June 17. We will also tweet about all the blogs on June 17.

 

Guidelines for the blogs:

-       You can remain anonymous if you wish, write under a pen name, or provide your name and organisation.

-       Language: you can write in any language, including languages other than English, French and Spanish.

If you write in another language, please translate the title of your blog into English

-       Length: as you wish (1 page or less is fine)

-       Content:

o    You can address any angle of the 100-day countdown.

o    Photos can be included too.

o    Make sure to include the title of your blog.

o    Make sure to include your country.

-       Send your blog entry by email to efarquhar@beyond2015.org using this title for your email: “100days blog” followed by your name.

-       Deadline: Monday 15 June, COB Central European Time

 

2.    On June 17:

-       Share the #100days open letter to world leaders as widely as possible by email and via social media (we will send the open letter to you on June 17)

-       Share the #100days postcards as widely as possible by email and via social media (we will send the postcards to you on June 17)

-       Tweet about the #100days (we will send suggested tweets to you on June 17)

 

We look forward to kicking off the countdown in style with you all!

 

May news:

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[Beyond 2015:435] FRANCAIS]/ [ENGLISH/ESPANOL REMINDER:

Tomorrow 2 June 9am EST (New York time): Beyond 2015 intel exchange / May IGN briefing call

 

Para leer este mensaje en español haga clic aquí

Pour lire ce message en français cliquez ici

Dear Beyond 2015,

A kind reminder that tomorrow we are organising a webinar to share intelligence around the post-2015 process as well as the outcomes of the May post-2015 intergovernmental negotiations.

 When: 2 June 2015, 9-10am EST  (To find the corresponding time in your location: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/)

There is still time to register using this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1CbxwTsPZp5Z4hIxaGgd5eEbtIznLwyrttFwyrdBNvvk/viewform?usp=send_form

1. To join the event on your computer click here: https://sapd.webex.com/sapd/onstage/g.php?MTID=e2296106f5a049d961217367d9066de89

2. To join the event by phone:

To receive a call back, provide your phone number when you join the event, or call the number below and enter the access code.

Call-in toll-free number (UK): 0800-051-3810

Call-in toll number (UK): +44-203-478-5289

Global call-in numbers: https://sapd.webex.com/sapd/globalcallin.php?serviceType=EC&ED=340367007&tollFree=1

Toll-free dialing restrictions: http://www.webex.com/pdf/tollfree_restrictions.pdf

Access code: 952 389 888

Thank you.

Estimada campaña Beyond 2015,

Les recordamos que mañana organizamos una llamada para compartir inteligencia y los resultados de las negociaciones de Mayo sobre la agenda post-2015.

Cuándo: 2 de junio del 2015, 9-10 de la mañana (hora local en Nueva York)  – Para ver la hora correspondiente en su ubicación: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/

Todavía hay tiempo para apuntarse a la llamada usando este formulario: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1CbxwTsPZp5Z4hIxaGgd5eEbtIznLwyrttFwyrdBNvvk/viewform?usp=send_form

 1.       Para conectarse con un computador: https://sapd.webex.com/sapd/onstage/g.php?MTID=e2296106f5a049d961217367d9066de89

2.          Para conectarse por teléfono  :

Para recibir una llamada, proporcionar su número de teléfono cuándo se une al evento, o llamar al número abajo e introducir el código de acceso.

Llamada gratuita (Reino-Unido): 0800-051-3810

Llamada pagada (Reino-Unido): +44-203-478-5289

Para llamar de otros países: https://sapd.webex.com/sapd/globalcallin.php?serviceType=EC&ED=340367007&tollFree=1

Restricciones a las llamadas gratuitas: http://www.webex.com/pdf/tollfree_restrictions.pdf

Código de aceso: 952 389 888

Saludos,

Ella

 

Chers membres de la campagne Beyond 2015,

Petit rappel : demain nous organisons une téléconférence de partage d’intelligence durant laquelle nous aborderons les résultats de la séance de négociations de mai sur l’agenda post-2015.

Quand : 2 juin 2015, 9h-10h (heure New Yorkaise) – Pour trouver l’heure correspondante selon votre localisation: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/

Vous pouvez encore participer à la téléconférence en remplissant ce formulaire : https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1CbxwTsPZp5Z4hIxaGgd5eEbtIznLwyrttFwyrdBNvvk/viewform?usp=send_form

1.       Pour participer à l’appel par ordinateur cliquez ici    : https://sapd.webex.com/sapd/onstage/g.php?MTID=e2296106f5a049d961217367d9066de89

2.         Pour participer à l’appel par téléphone:

Pour recevoir un appel gratuit entrez votre numéro de téléphone lorsque vous vous connectez à la téléconférence par ordinateur, ou sinon appelez le numéro suivant et entrez le code d’accès

Numéro gratuit (Royaume-Uni): 0800-051-3810

Numéro payant (Royaume-Uni): +44-203-478-5289

Numéros internationaux: https://sapd.webex.com/sapd/globalcallin.php?serviceType=EC&ED=340367007&tollFree=1

Restrictions aux appels gratuits: http://www.webex.com/pdf/tollfree_restrictions.pdf

Code d’accès: 952 389 888

Bien à vous,

Ella Masle-Farquhar

Acting International Officer, Beyond 2015

Based in Brussels, Belgium

efarquhar@beyond2015.org

Tel: +32 (0)4 70 13 33 79

Skype: ella.masle-farquhar

http://www.beyond2015.org

Follow Beyond 2015 on Twitter @Beyond2015 and Facebook

Do you want to engage in the post-2015 negotiations? Don’t miss out on upcoming opportunities. Click here to access our dedicated website section on the negotiations.

Beyond 2015 thematic groups are open to all organisations participating in the campaign. Join a group! Click here to find out which working groups and task forces are currently active.

You work at the regional level? Check out our regional hubs in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Pacific here.

You work at the national level? You can find details of our national hubs across the world here.

Check out what the Executive Committee has been up to, here.

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Stakeholder Consultation on Post-2015 Governance in English, French, Spanish and NOW Russian

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Stakeholder consultation logo

Civil society is a critical actor in sustainable development governance.
Now is the time to convey your organisation’s views and recommendations.

Fill out the survey and participate in the
consultation around stakeholder engagement in the
High Level Political Forum (HLPF)

Participate today:

This online survey is a part of a wider consultation on the HLPF that SD2015 is carrying out until June 2015. The purpose is to make use of this crucial opportunity for members of Major Groups and other Stakeholders to shape engagement in the HLPF. Findings will be shared in a report in June-July 2015.

Stakeholders active in areas related to sustainable development will autonomously establish and maintain effective coordination mechanisms for participation in the high-level political forum
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Invitation to Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) Youth Launch Event in Paris | June 4

Invitation to Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) Youth Launch Event in Paris | June 4 

The adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in September provides a wonderful opportunity to focus attention, bolster awareness, and mobilize action towards sustainable development solutions.

You’re invited to join us on the evening of June 4, 2015 in Paris, where the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) will launch SDSN Youth (SDSN-Y) at Columbia Global Centers | Europe. SDSN-Y to empower youth globally to create sustainable development solutions, and its launch will serve as a timely occasion to reflect on the role of youth in implementing the SDGs.

Speakers:

Welcome:        Siamak Sam Loni, Global Coordinator of SDSN Youth

Presentations:

  • Creating a More Equitable World: Tarja Halonen, Former President of Finland
  • The Global Sustainability Movement: Johan Rockström, Executive Director of the Stockholm Resilience Centre
  • The Role of Youth in Implementing the SDGs: Jeffrey Sachs, Director of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN)
  • Youth Climate Action and COP21: Laurence Tubiana, Special Representative for the 2015 Paris Climate Conference and French Ambassador for Climate Change

The presentations will be followed by an audience Q&A and reception. Submit questions on Twitter using #SDSNYouth! The event is free and open to the public, though RSVP is required!

We’ll examine key opportunities in 2015, effective collaboration at different scales (local, regional, global), and how to empower youth to be changemakers. Youth groups and individuals are invited to join SDSN-Y following the formal launch event via membership, internships, workshops, and youth-led projects.

Launched by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in 2012, the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) mobilizes scientific and technical expertise from academia, civil society, and the private sector in support of sustainable development problem solving at local, national and global scales.

We sincerely hope you will be able to join us. If you have any questions about the SDSN’s youth initiative or launch event, please email youth@unsdsn.org. Please share this invitation with friends and colleagues, and join the conversation online & tweet questions to the speakers using #SDSNYouth.

If you’re interJun 2015 SDSN-Y Launch Paris

Project Leader, Campaigns
Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) Youth

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 UNDP: Scientists With a Message COP 21 Paris

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Dan is one of two scientists who will bike and walk from the Antarctic circle to reach COP21 in Paris at the end of the year.

Find out why we’re supporting these scientists’ journey.

via UNDP Thailand

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Preparations Climate Change Paris 2015 – “Call For Team” Deadline June 8, 2015

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

 
 
“2015 Paris”, if you are planning to take part there is the expectation of 40,000 participants.  In order to maximise your experiences  a) make your arrangements early be it fund raising or travel/accommodations and b) in the lead-up to Paris, start now familiarising your organisation’s team with the related documents, related – recent background reports.  
 
 
France will host and preside the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties [COP] to the United Nations Framework convention on Climate Change (COP21/CMP11) from November 30 – December 11, 2015.  To learn more you will want to explore,http://www.cop21.gouv.fr/en  
Your organisation will also want to follow the official UNFCCC web site,
http:www.unfccc.int/  The news announcements are on the home page but in the upper right corner click on process and meetings, which will take you to the official UNFCCC business page where you will find links to important documents you will want to be familiar with before you come.  
 
 
 Important deadlines regarding registration, exhibition applications, and side event proposals [a reminder you need to one or more partner organisations with Observer status, so plan and organise accordingly. If your organisation plans to organise a side event and/or an exhibition, let us know the details and we will add it to our promotional information.
 
 
Call for UN SD Education Caucus team.  If you wish to join our team in Paris, please send us the following information.  Due to the reduction in assigned slots for each Observer Organisation, we will screen for a small team of delegates.  You can join our team by 1) Official delegation [members of the Ed. Caucus]  2) Registered through another Observer Organisation as a liaise with the Ed. Caucus  or  3) Virtual participation as a member of our back-up team.
 
 
1)  Official Delegation – Details for Registration:
 
Name (as it appears on your passport):
Title:
Organisation:
Date of Birth [dd/mm/yyyy):
Passport Issued by:
Passport #:
Email:  
[Plan to attend WEEK I, WEEK 2, or Both Weeks?]
2)  Name of Observer Organisation you will be registered through:
 
Your name:
Email Address:
Name of Observer Organisation Registered with:
 
 
 
 
3)  Virtual – Backup Team:
 
Name:
Organisation:
Email:
Skype Address:
 
 
Please let us know which category and submit your details to us by June 8, 2015.
 
 
All the best,
Dr.s Pam Puntenney and Bremley Lyngdoh
UN SD Education Caucus Co-Chairs
Co-Coordinators Climate Change with Tiahoga Ruge, Jim Taylor, Tich Pesanayi, Kavita Myles, Barbara Benish, and Suzana Padua
Youth Co-Coordinators:  Katherine Browne and Fumi Kikuyama
 
Dr. P. J. Puntenney
Environmental & Human Systems Management
1989 West Liberty
 Ann Arbor, MI  48103  USA
Cell:  (734) 352-7429
Voice: (734) 994-3612
SKYPE: pjpunt
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Reminder: Apply by 12 May for selection committee / 17 May for speakers: UN PGA’s 29 June High-level Climate Change Event

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621 groups call for HRTWS in the Post-2015 Declaration

WM 621 Groups HRTWS Map

Una versión en español está abajo

Dear Friends,

Thank you to all of your organizations for supporting the global call for the human right to water and sanitation (HRTWS) to be explicitly named in the political Declaration of the Post-2015 Development Agenda. You will be pleased to learn that you stand in solidarity with 621 organizations that have supported this call! (See letter attached.)

The signatory map speaks for itself!

This overwhelming response sends a very strong and convincing message to Member States to include the HRTWS in the Declaration.

Today we sent a copy of this letter to all UN Ambassadors and Missions, relevant UN Agencies, the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, and the UN Special Rapporteur on the human right to safe drinking water and sanitation. The timing of this call is critical as we hope it will influence the draft Declaration expected at the end of May.

If the HRTWS does make it into the draft Declaration, we will advocate for it to remain there as negotiations continue. If it does not make it into the draft, we will advocate vigorously for its inclusion and ask you to continue your advocacy at the national level as well. The formal negotiations on draft texts (called Zero Drafts) for the Post 2015 Development Agenda, including the Declaration, will commence the week of June 22, 2015.

In the coming weeks you can expect an update from us on:

1)  The status of the HRTWS within the  Zero Draft of the Declaration.

2)  A list of key Member States to contact to lobby for its inclusion, including some specific advocacy and social media opportunities.

3)  The outcome of the June negotiations and any immediate advocacy opportunities prior to the final two weeks of negotiations of the Zero Draft of the Declaration beginning July 20, 2015.

Here’s how you can continue to support this campaign:

1.  Call, meet, write, fax or email the government representative in your country working on Post-2015 with a copy of this letter with the 606 organization signatures. [Translations in Spanish, French and Portuguese][ Ambassador list]

2.  Please continue to engage with us on social media (Facebook: Post-2015 Human Right to Water and Sanitation/ Twitter: @HRtoH2O)Tweet at the UN and at your country representatives, urging them to include the HRTWS in the Post-2015 Declaration, using #DeclareHRTWS

3.  Follow our updates and support any immediate advocacy actions proposed

Thanks again for your support and for the great work you do around the world.

Post-2015/SDG Global Water Justice Campaign Organizers

PS: Those who signed-on as individuals, we have only taken into account organizational sign-ons for this letter but value your support and hope you will join the advocacy and social media efforts.

Queridas/os Amigas/os,

Gracias a todas sus organizaciones por apoyar la llamada global para que sea nombrado explícitamente el derecho humano al agua y al saneamiento (HRTWS) en la Declaración política de la Agenda de desarrollo post2015. Les complacerá saber que están en solidaridad con 621  organizaciones que han apoyado esta llamada! (Vean la carta adjunta.)

El mapa habla por sí solo!

Esta respuesta abrumadora manda un mensaje muy fuerte y convincente a los Estados miembros para que se incluía el HRTWS en la Declaración.

Hoy mandamos una copia de esta carta a cada uno de los Embajadores y Misiones de la ONU, relevantes Agencias de la ONU,  la Oficina del Alto Comisionado para los Derechos Humanos y al Relatora Especial sobre el derecho humano al agua potable y al saneamiento. El momento de esta llamada es crucial porque esperamos que influirá el borrador de la Declaración que es anticipado a finales de mayo.

Si el HRTWS aparece en el borrador de la Declaración, abogaremos para que se quede allí. Si no aparece, abogaremos vigorosamente por su inclusión y pediremos que continúe su incidencia al nivel nacional. Las negociaciones formales sobre los textos borradores (llamados Zero Drafts) para la Agenda de desarrollo post2015, incluyendo la Declaración, comenzarán la semana del 22 de junio 2015.

En las semanas próximas, se puede anticipar una actualización de nosotros sobre:

1)  El Zero Draft de la Declaración y una indicación si el HRTWS fue o no incluido.

2)  Un listado de claves de los Estados miembros para contactar y apoyar su liderazgo en la inclusión, incluyendo algunas oportunidades especificas para la incidencia y para los medios sociales.

3)  El resultado de las negociaciones de junio y cualquier oportunidad inmediata de incidencia antes de las dos semanas finales de negociaciones del Zero Draft de la Declaración empezando el 20 de Julio.

Sus organizaciones pueden continuar a apoyar a esta campaña:

1.  Llamen, reúnan o manden un fax o un correo electrónico a la/el representante gobernador/a de su país que trabaja sobre post2015 con una copia de esta carta con las firmas de 606 organizaciones.

2.  Por favor continúen utilizando los medios sociales con nosotros (Facebook: Post-2015 Human Right to Water and Sanitation/ Twitter: @HRtoH2O) Manden tweets a la ONU y a sus representantes del gobierno, urgiéndoles a incluir el HRTWS en la Declaración post2015, utilizando #DeclareHRTWS

3.  Sigan nuestras actualizaciones y apoyen cualquieras inmediatas acciones de incidencias propuestas

Gracias otra vez por su apoyo y por su trabajo en todo el mundo.
Post-2015/SDG Global Water Justice Campaign Organizers

P.D. A los que adhirieron a la petición como individuos, solo hemos tenido en cuenta las firmas organizacionales para esta carta petición pero agradecimos su apopo y esperamos que se nos junten en los esfuerzos de incidencia y de los medios sociales.

 Post-2015 HRTWS – English

Post-2015 HRTWS – French

Post-2015 HRTWS – Portuguese

Post-2015 HRTWS – Spanish

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Business & Climate Summit 2015 – Paris, May 18-24 — Building a Better Economy May 20-21 UNESCO Headquarter

Dear Community of Educators,

 
200 days before the UN Climate Change Conference COP-21 in Paris.  As we support strong action from the private sector on climate change, the Business & Climate Summit May 18-24, 2015, provides a forum for business and government leaders to demonstrate action and call for ambitious policies for long-term solutions.  During that week, “Working together to build a better economy will be held May 20-21 UNESCO Headquarters.  Visit:
 
 
Climate Week Paris   (May, 18-24th)
 
 
This Business and Climate Summit – Working together to build a better economy  
 
 
 
All the best,
Pam Puntenney and Bremley Lyngdoh
UN SD Education Caucus Co-Chairs

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Announcement French — [Science&You] L’AUF offre 5 bourses pour venir à Science & You / The AUF offers 5 travel grants for Science & You

Pour lire ce mail dans votre navigateur

Science & You organise sa conférence de presse le 12 mars prochain. Avec Yoslan Nur, Michel Robert, Francis Lepage, Patrick Baranger et Claudie Haigneré. En savoir +
Science & You’s press conference will be held on March 12. With Yoslan Nur, Michel Robert, Francis Lepage, Patrick Baranger and Claudie Haigneré. Read more

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New website examining draft Paris text

Students and lecturers at Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand, have set up a website with the text of the draft Paris Treaty broken into clickable sections for easy reading.

Also a downloadable and searchable MS Word version of the text.

They are undertaking analysis of the text. An example is an initial annotated edition of the full Preamble.

T H BennionBarristers & Solicitors

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Mark Your Calendar:  Updates COP 21 Paris, France 2015

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http://www.cop21.gouv.fr/en

COP 21/CMP 11 – United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris – 30 November-11 December 2015
Here is the link to the recent updates to help with the planning process:    http://www.cop21.gouv.fr/en
All the best,
Pam Puntenney and Bremley Lyngdoh
UN SD Education Caucus Co-Chairs
Dr. P. J. Puntenney
Environmental & Human Systems Management
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The CRI Leadership program, Paris, April 2015

 

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Following the success of the 2014 workshop, The Center for Research & Interdisciplinarity (CRI) is glad to announce that the second edition of its UNESCO Leadership Program on “Teaching Through Research” will be held between the 13th and the 18th of April.

15 international young researchers (post-doc/young principal investigators) will be selected for this edition. The selection is based on their change-making and innovative projects at the interface between research and education.

The program consists of:

i. 4 intensive days of workshops, meet-ups and individual mentorship  at the CRI, at the heart of the historical Marais district in Paris, France. The successful candidates will work together with close mentorship to further develop their project and share best practices, with focus on concrete implementation, skill development and community building of change-makers. Mentors include former international participants of past edition, Mike Springer (Harvard), Stuart Firestein (Columbia), Melissa mcCartney (Science magazine), Jérôme Waldispuhl (McGill), CRI members and many others.
ii. Participation in the 2015 Commons Congress: Connecting Open Research, Open Education, and Open Social Impact, hosted at the Institut Pasteur in Paris organised with Sage Bionetworks, the 3 following days (April 16-18).  Confirmed participants include: Stephen Friend (Sage) and Francois Taddei (CRI) (Co-organizers), Helga Nowotny (former ERC president) Lee Hartwell (Nobel prize winner), Salman Khan (Khan academy), Bill Drayton (Ashoka founder), Samir Brahmachri (former head CSIR, INDIA, Head Open Drug Discovery), Joi Ito (MIT Media lab) and many others… (see earlier edition of this exciting meetinghere).

Workshop outcome for participants: – Developing state-of-the-art approaches, tools and methodologies to boost their projects – Sharing best practices during collaborative exchanges with peers and top notch international mentors – Getting the capacity to lead similar workshop in home institution – Participation in the Open Commons Congress

Workshop outcome for the participants’ institutions:Collaborative network across the globe for the development of an adapting curricula to the 21st century challenges and technologies - Concrete road-map for (i) implementation of the project and (ii) training teachers at the interface with research

Who can apply? Researchers engaged in teaching with experience up to 12 years after their PhD and/or holding a PI position (lecturer/tenure track/assistant/associate professorship.

  • Online application: Please visit our page to fill in the form with your personal information, a resume, a project description and a recommendation letter.

  • Participation fee: 300€ (meals included).

  • FellowshipsThe workshop is partially funded by a French ministry grant for innovating education, allowing for a number of travel and participation fellowships for successful applicants. If you aim for a fellowship – mention it in the application.

  • Application DeadlineMonday, 1st. March

For further information, please contact us at: leadershipprogram@cri-paris.org.

With best regards,

Saskia van der Vies, Organizer, Professor of Biochemistry at the VU University Medical Center email: s.m.vander.vies@vu.nl

Ariel Lindner, Organizer, Co-founder, Centre for Research and Interdisciplinarity (CRI) email: ariel.lindner@inserm.fr

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PARIS21: On the Data Revolution

 

IBON Foundation

Discussion for the PARIS 21 “Informing a Data Revolution: Country Workshop”

October 23, 2014

Good afternoon to all, and thank you to the organizers for the opportunity to share our views on PARIS21 and the data revolution. IBON is a research and education organization that also generates primary data through national opinion surveys, direct field research, and other ways.

But with respect to the official statistical system, IBON is mainly a user. We use and analyze official data in our capacity as a development NGO and as activists and seek to disseminate information and knowledge to the largest number of people possible. We operate on the principle that informed people can and will take action to change the world. Good data and a lot of good data is vital for this. These give the flexibility to be creative in explaining issues, to draw public attention, and to motivate people to not just understand but to take action.

There are already so many things to attend to in the official statistical system. A mountain of data is generated and all our days can be occupied with processing these, improving these, and adding to these.

There is the recent trend for greater self-awareness with the generation of competitiveness indices. The novelty of new technologies and innovations meanwhile open up whole new realms of work and injects creativity and new energy. Amid all this, however, we would like to argue for the importance of pausing to reflect and going back to some basics. This can only help us in setting out a road map for, as declared, “more effective and sustained poverty reduction and development”.

All of us here believe in the power of numbers to reveal and, indeed, to conceal. For better and for worse, numbers scream even if said quietly or even when written down and not said at all. Many times, of course not always, if we do not have the numbers then we cannot say that we really know something.

This empowering nature of numbers is why IBON is such a heavy user of government statistics in our work among the country’s peasants, workers, youth, urban poor, indigenous peoples, and other marginalized sectors.

And for this we appreciate the official statistical system and we are very grateful to our friends and colleagues working in it who are so accommodating. The agencies under the Philippine Statistical Authority (PSA) have always been helpful unlike other line agencies from whom we are accumulating folders of letters denying our data requests.

Since this morning, the many strengths of the current system and competence of its people have been affirmed many times over and a score of methodological, technical, technological and organizational improvements have been proposed. So in this short comment we’d just like to stress a particularly neglected area for improvement.

The disempowering nature of numbers is when they are used to conceal or divert from fundamental and important issues.

There is such an avalanche of data that what is not counted, in not being part of that avalanche, is inadvertently or perhaps even intentionally diminished in importance. What are some of the lapses in the Philippines – and indeed of many statistical systems abroad as well – in terms of giving data and information on our main concern of poverty and underdevelopment?

We can identify blind spots by raising questions that aren’t answered or not easily answered by the data generated by the statistical system (whether by individual data sets or various data sets combined).

In particular we can raise the questions that progressives and Leftists have been asking for a very long time.

This is another wish list but then this is the Philippines so Christmas approaches faster than elsewhere. In any case, some wishes really are more basic and important than others.

It is currently fashionable to talk about inequity and the inclusiveness or otherwise of growth. Economics textbooks even from decades ago point out that national income accounts are crude measures of development.

But despite this the Philippine national accounts are essentially unchanged since they started to be used in 1950. GDP, GNP and GNI data are far and away the most widely used and headline indicators for “development” – and if only for this they should be radically overhauled. Specifically: How is national income distributed between the holders of wealth and assets and the working classes?

The current severe and unchanging inequity in the country is the result of past annual inequities which are annually unseen in the national accounts data. Yet these inequities strongly affect our economy and our politics in a vicious cycle of backwardness and underdevelopment. We would probably look at economic performance very differently if we saw every quarter or even every month more systematically who really gains from this supposed performance.

We can also ask: how is national output divided between Filipinos and foreigners? We’ve gotten into the habit of thinking that the difference between domestic investment and foreign investment dissolves with a conversion at current foreign exchange rates.

Yet domestic capital and foreign capital behave very differently vis-à-vis the domestic economy in terms of where they invest, what they produce and where, technological development, fiscal conduct, applicable laws and many others. It does not make sense to be oblivious of this.

Family income surveys have been used to generate poverty figures – but what about wealth figures and everything between poverty and wealth? There are very strong reasons to believe that the intractable poverty and the concentration of wealth are structurally related but we are not generating the data to investigate this.

Families are also not just passive recipients of income – would it not also be helpful to profile them as also producers of goods and services? Profiling families by income, occupation and industry will likely give us new insights into the stubborn persistence of inequity and exclusionary growth.

The Philippines is still a significantly agrarian country with deep rural poverty. So there is the very nagging question that remains unanswered even by the most involved policymakers and statisticians in agrarian reform: after over four decades of agrarian reform programs, what is the state of landownership and control? How much do our farmers and fisherfolk earn with what assets they have or, more commonly, don’t have?

We would also like to support the other matters already mentioned. Amid scattered and dated but nonetheless mounting evidence of ecological destruction, what is the real state of the Philippine environment – our water resources, coastal resources, forests, minerals and biodiversity? Data will correct both alarmism and complacency. F

ilipina women already face differential and heavier burdens in the economy and society – yet there is still so much to be done in terms of better data disaggregation and frequency to see their place in households, communities, markets and the economy.

Overseas Filipinos are reportedly over 10% of the population yet our data sets for them are incomplete, inconsistent and incomparable. Lastly, we like to talk about the knowledge economy, innovation and competitiveness – but what is the state of our efforts to develop Filipino science and technology? Our domestic technological base is vital but we do so little to even know how much we are or are not building this.

Our perception of the world is formed by what we see. There is no overestimating how the statistical system tells us what to see and shows us what is there.

All of us and each of us have our finite direct experience but it is the official statistical system above all which gives us a bigger view of things. By “us” and “we” meaning not just statisticians and practitioners but also policymakers, sectors, communities and the general public.

We hope that statisticians ask ever more rigorously: an economy and society for whom? The more that the numbers at hand reveal this then the more we can all do to transform the economy and society for the better.

But even with the imperfect information we have now we already see how so much more has to be done for real, equitable and sustainable development in the country and elsewhere.

We are very much looking forward to a revolution not just in data but in our economy and society.###

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