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Online Debate l The global e-Discussion on governance l Phase II: How can we ensure an accountability framework that takes into account human rights principles and obligations to assure effective delivery on the post-2015 development agenda?

Start Date: 
Dec 03, 2012
End Date: 
Dec 16, 2012
Location: 
Online l Virtual Platform
Source of the information: 
Gaportal

Welcome to the Phase II of the e-discussion on governance and the post-2015 framework as part of the Global Thematic Consultation on Governance!  

In this phase, the e-discussion will focus on Accountability Framework for Delivery on the Post-2015 Development Agenda. Over the course of the next two weeks (until 16 December), we would like to invite your views on the principles and practices of accountability relevant to the MDGs and the post-2015 development agenda. 

The e-discussion intends to draw upon a the broadest possible range of perspectives on the extent to which the MDGs have fostered accountability for development outcomes, and invites reflection on interconnected levels (sub-national, national, regional and global) and dimensions (horizontal and vertical) of accountability. The main objective is to solicit and distil recommendations of specific relevance to member States’ deliberations on the post-2015 development agenda, including how post-2015 commitments could most effectively be framed, measured and monitored, and what kinds of accountability mechanisms might best ensure that new global promises are actually delivered on,  in ways that respect and fulfill the rights of those facing poverty and discrimination. 
The overall guiding question of this second phase of the e-Discussion, therefore, is:   
How can we ensure an accountability framework that takes into account human rights principles and obligations to assure delivery on the post-2015 development agenda?