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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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     Global Dialogue on Rule of Law and the Post-2015 Development Agenda ReportAccountability of Public Services Access to Justice Violence Reduction Gender Equality
Author/organisation/coalition:
Global Dialogue on Rule of Law and the Post-2015 Development Agenda
Website:
http://www.worldwewant2015.org/node/363568
Sector/Stakeholder Type:
Governments,Intergovernmental Organisation
Email:
aparna.basnyat@undp.org
Location of author:
INTERNATIONAL
Date of publication:
27/09/2013
Proposal :  Global Dialogue on Rule of Law and the Post-2015 Development Agenda Report

Summary : The Global Dialogue on Rule of Law and the Post-2015 Development Agenda was held from the 26-27 September 2013 in New York. The Dialogue brought together practitioners, thinkers and policy makers, primarily from the Global South, to explore the role of rule of law in the post-2015 development agenda. It also aimed to build on the ongoing expert discussions on measuring development goals and identifying rule of law targets and indicators that could be incorporated within the development framework following 2015.

Report-Global-Dialogue-on-Rule-of-Law-and-the-Post-201-5-Development-Agenda.pdf  
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Goal : Accountability of Public Services

Targets and Indicators:  Ensure all people can effectively participate in decision-making and monitor service delivery in formal and informal public institutions at all levels.

Provide all people with free legal identity documentation,such as birth registration cards (or reduce the number of people without secure legal identity)

Capacity, professionalism and accountability of public sector

For indicators, see attached proposals






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Goal :  Access to Justice

Targets and Indicators:  Ensure accessible, well- resourced, impartial, independent and accountable justice systems

Ensuring access to a plurality of justice services looking at both supply and demand side

Accessible (geographical; cost; socio-cultural/multi- cultural; etc.), Independent justice systems that respect due process rights/human rights (also efficiency/ expeditiousness, equality, transparency)

Improve the capacity, professionalism, and accountability, of law enforcement and justice institutions.

Ensure access to security and justice institutions that are professional, accountable and show integrity.

Ensure justice systems are accessible to women

Ensure that justice systems are accessible to ethnic groups

Ensure that rulings take on gender and ethnic perspectives

For indicators, see attached proposal.

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Goal :  Violence Reduction

Targets and Indicators:  Reduction of violent deaths (deaths from aggression, direct deaths to to armed conflict, deaths from legal intervention)

Reduction and prevention of violence against women, children and vulnerable groups

Prevent and eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls

Enhance the capacity of community based non-violent conflict resolution mechanisms (formal and informal)

Stem the international risk factors of violence




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Goal :  Gender Equality

Targets and Indicators:  Laws, policies and practices are non-discriminatory and promote substantive equality

Prevent child / early marriage

Increased access and control over land, resources, energy for women and men.

Workers are paid a living wage

Labour rights protection extended to all workers

Promote participation in decision-making at all levels

Create new GLOBAL GOVERNANCE systems and institutions that are democratic, accountable to people and promote equitable and sustainable development (transparent, participatory, non- discrimination, CBDR rule making procedures)

Private sector accountability is enforced

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