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Ending poverty in our generation: Opportunities and challenges of the post-2015 development framework

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15 Feb Ending poverty in our generation: Opportunities and challenges of the post-2015 development framework

Since 2000, the Millennium Development Goals have provided a global framework for improving the lives of millions of impoverished women, men and children. The 2015 deadline for their realisation is approaching. Just as we press as hard as possible to achieve them, we must also ensure that there is an agreed path forward for the work that remains after 2015.

What should this new post-2015 framework be? How should it be developed? What are the key lessons from the Millennium Development Goals that can inform the post 2015 development agenda? How can Asian governments, parliaments and people play a strong role to contribute to the development of the new framework?

Venue: SIIA office, The [email protected]

Date/Time:  15 February 2013, Friday, 6.30pm – 8.30pm

Topic: Ending poverty in our generation: Opportunities and challenges of the post-2015 development framework

Speaker Arrangements:

Mr. Michael Switow, Co-founder, ONE (SINGAPORE),
Mr. Michel Anglade, Campaigns & Advocacy Director, Asia, Save the Children
Ms. Georgette Tan, Group Head of Communications for Asia, Middle East & Africa, MasterCard Worldwide and Member of UN Women Singapore’s Executive Committee