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Sustainable Development Goals E-InventorySustainable Development Goals E-Inventory

Crowdsourcing proposals for post-2015 to feed into the intergovernmental process on SDGs
 
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    Our World. Our Future. Our Goals. Campaign for People's Goals for Sustainable DevelopmentHuman RightsPoverty and InequalityFood SovereigntyFull employment and decent workUniversal Social ProtectionGender JusticeEnvironmental SustainabilityNew Trade, Monetary and Financial ArchitectureDemocracy and Good GovernancePeace and Security Based on Justice
Author/organisation/coalition:
Campaign for Peoples Goals for Sustainable Development (CPGSD)
Website:
http://peoplesgoals.org/
Sector/Stakeholder Type:
NGO,Workers and Trade Unions
Email:
secretariat@peoplesgoals.org
Location of author:
INTERNATIONAL
Date of publication:
31/10/2012
Proposal : Our World. Our Future. Our Goals. Campaign for People's Goals for Sustainable Development

Summary : A coalition of group of civil society organisations and social movements from the Global South made up of 16 international and regional networks as well as 8 national and local organisations representing a broad range of social movements and grassroots organisations have banded together and pledged to Campaign for Peoples Goals for Sustainable Development (CPGSD). The CPGSD common statement says that governments must abandon the current dominant development model that grants rights and liberties to capital over the rights and freedoms of people and the protection of the environment. The CPGSD demands that governments and the international community adopt concrete commitments and targets, consistent with principle of common but differentiated responsibilities and respective capacities, on ten priority areas. The CPGSD states that the ongoing process of establishing a new set of sustainable development goals and a post-2015 development framework should serve as an impetus for governments to address these challenges. This process should recognise and provide full mechanisms and opportunities not just for consultations but for full participation of civil society in deliberations and decision-making at all levels.

INDN1-Our-World-Our-Future-Our-Goals-People-s-Goals-for-SD.pdf  
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Goal : Human Rights

Targets and Indicators: - Adopt and enforce appropriate laws and policies backed up by maximum available resources to protect, promote and realize the full range of civil, political, social, cultural and economic rights.

- Support realization of human rights universally through international cooperation including the provision of financial and technical resources.

- Respect the sovereign right of nations to their own development and over their natural resources.

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Goal : Poverty and Inequality

Targets and Indicators: - Implement progressive and redistributive taxation, public spending and social policies (in education, health, wages and social protection) to minimize economic and social inequality.

- Provide support to small-scale farmers, women producers, rural workers’ secure access to water, land, soils, biodiversity, credit and infrastructure to end hunger and poverty.

- Ensure access to energy services for the poor and marginalized.

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Goal : Food Sovereignty

Targets and Indicators: - Adopt food sovereignty as policy framework towards adequate, safe, nutritious food for all, including policies and investments to support small-scale farmers, women producers, workers and secure access to (and protection of) the water, land, soils, biodiversity, and other resources upon which food security depends.

- Carry out agrarian reform in order to secure worker’s, farmer’s and rural people’s democratic access to land, water resources and seeds, as well as to finance and infrastructure in line with but not limited to the recommendations of the 2006 International Conference on Agrarian Reform and Rural Development.

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Goal : Full employment and decent work

Targets and Indicators: - Ensure full and productive employment.

- Ensure enforcement of international labour standards for all workers, including women, migrants and workers in the informal economy, with reference to the Decent Work indicators as elaborated by the International Labor Organization (ILO).

- Promote green jobs and gender equality at the workplace.

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Goal : Universal Social Protection

Targets and Indicators: - Ensure universal access to basic guarantees of social protection with affirmative action in favour of disadvantaged groups in line with, but not limited to the recommendations set in the “Bachelet Report” and ILO Recommendation 202.

- Ensure income security for the unemployed and those whose livelihoods depend on precarious work, the sick, the disabled, pregnant women, children and the elderly as well as on access to health care, education, housing and sanitation.

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Goal : Gender Justice

Targets and Indicators: - Full implementation of international commitments on gender equality, as enshrined in but not limited to, Convention for the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, 1995 Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action and Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security.

- Ensure equal access and opportunities in employment, land tenure, education, health, governance, and access to sexual, reproductive health services.

- Ensure systematic application of effective affirmative action to prevent marginalisation and discrimination of women, and to eliminate all forms of violence against women.

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Goal : Environmental Sustainability

Targets and Indicators: - Limit global temperature rise to under 1.5 degrees, consistent with the latest climate science, through drastic emissions cuts and a fair sharing of the global carbon budget that takes into account historical emissions without resort to offsets.

- Provide adequate and appropriate finance contributed by countries on the basis of historical responsibility for global warming to make reparations to all affected peoples (in line with the $100 billion per year promised in the 2010 Cancun Agreements).

- Ensure sharing of safe, appropriate, ecologically and socially sound technologies unhindered by intellectual property rights.

- Shift to and expand renewable energy use. - Adopt ecologically and socially sustainable production systems and technologies in manufacturing, agriculture, transportation, mining.

- Arrest deforestation, overfishing, biodiversity loss, environmental degradation, pollution and protect livelihoods of forest-dwellers and fishers.

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Goal : New Trade, Monetary and Financial Architecture

Targets and Indicators: - Reform trade relations to promote equality among trade partners, uphold the special and differential treatment of developing countries, and help economic development in poor countries.

- Implement democratic and pro-developing country reforms in the international monetary and financial system, in line with those proposed in the 2009 UN Stiglitz Commission Report (Report of the Commission of Experts of the President of the UNGA on Reforms of the International Monetary and Financial System), including: improved regulation of banks, financial flows and financial activities such as derivatives trading; greater developing country voice in the Bretton Woods Institutions; broadening the role of central banks beyond controlling inflation; and establishing a mechanism for sovereign debt renegotiation.

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Goal : Democracy and Good Governance

Targets and Indicators: - Institute measures for accountability and transparency in governance.

- Ensure people’s participation in decision-making, access to information, and access to justice – three pillars of the Aarhus Convention.

- Ensure compliance of business and industry with international human rights norms and environmental standards, including mandatory reporting requirements.

- Ensure access to remedies for victims of human rights violations

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Goal : Peace and Security Based on Justice

Targets and Indicators: - Promote inclusive development processes–respecting the rights of all socio-cultural groups, minorities, indigenous peoples, religions, etc. over their cultural heritage and natural resources and respecting their right to define and pursue their development aspirations.

- Adopt policy of eliminating nuclear arms and other weapons of mass destruction and arms trading.

- Re-channel military expenditure to social expenditure.

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