ODI Develops List of Proposals on Post-2015 Development Goals
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Of the proposals on the current list compiled by the Overseas Development Institute, 70 are sector specific, 12 are cross-sectoral (with 7 proposals relating to sustainable development), and the rest address targets and indicators (highlighting happiness and inequality, among others).

8 January 2013: The Overseas Development Institute (ODI) has launched a tracking system of emerging proposals on the post-2015 development goals. The online mechanism currently lists 93 proposals.

Of the proposals, 70 are sector specific (covering child protection, culture, disaster risk and resilience, economic, education, employment, energy, gender, governance, health, human rights, peace and security, water and sanitation, and others), 12 are cross-sectoral (with 7 proposals relating to sustainable development), and the rest address targets and indicators (highlighting happiness and inequality, among others).

ODI calls for help in filling gaps, particularly on concrete targets and indicators, and proposals from people in the global South. [Proposals on Post-2015 Development Goals]

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