This draft background paper, prepared for the fifth IRF2015 informal retreat, provides an analysis of the regional perspectives on global partnership for sustainable development and highlights key messages and priorities identified by each of the five UN Member State regions (Asia-Pacific, OECD, Africa, Latin America and Small Islands Developing States), particularly in relation to Goal 17.
This draft background paper, prepared for IRF2015's fifth informal retreat, focuses on questions of how the goals will be delivered - the "means of implementation". The paper presents a perspective on what should ideally be captured in a Global Partnership for Sustainable Development (GPSD) as a minimum
This draft background paper, prepared for the fifth IRF2015 informal retreat, looks at the progress made on Goal 8 of the Millennium Development Goals and asks what lessons can be learned from these to inform the Sustainable Development Goals, and in particular, Goal 17 on "means of implementation".
This background briefing, prepared for IRF2015's fourth informal retreat, draws on research to point out a number of key lesssons that can be taken from climate finance to inform thinking on sustainable development finance.
This draft background paper, prepared for the fourth IRF2015 informal retreat, looks at the need an dthe opportunities for mobilising private finance to meet the level of ambition contained in the proposed Sustianble Development Goals.
This background briefing, prepared for IRF2015's fourth informal retreat, discusses the mobilisation and effective use of domestic resources (government revenues and domestic private finance) for a transformative post-2015 agenda. It highlights some of the challenges in raising domestic finance, particularly in Least Developed Countries.
This background briefing for the fourth IRF2015 informal retreat looks at the role of Official Development Assistance (ODA) in the post-2015 agenda. Written by Homi Kharas from the Brookings Instituion, the paper highlights the growing gap between global development ambitions and ODA and asks how aid should be reallocated to ensure the maximum development impacts.
This briefing paper for IRF2015's fourth informal retreat looks at financial flows for the post-2015 agenda. It points to the significance of private finance and foreign direct investment for developing countries now and highlights the huge variation in need between developing countries.
This is the second part of a two part analysis, prepared as background for IRF2015's first retreat, comparing the proposed goal frameworks from four reports that aim to help shape the global dialogue on the post-2015 development agenda.
A new animation from IRF2015 partner, IIED, seeks to bring the universal ambition of the Sustainable Development Goals to life.