Beyond 20152010 - 2016
An advocacy-based campaign, Beyond 2015 brought together civil society organisations around the world to achieve two key goals:
- A global, overarching, cross-thematic framework to succeed the MDGs, reflecting Beyond 2015’s policy positions.
- A participatory and inclusive process to develop this framework, responsive to the voices of those directly affected by poverty and injustice.
Take a look below at an interactive timeline of Beyond 2015 (click here to view the timeline in full-screen mode).
The Beyond 2015 experience generated a significant pool of knowledge and many lessons. Click here for more information.
Whilst it is impossible to measure Beyond 2015’s impact, the Campaign no doubt influenced the formulation of the post-2015 agenda.
Take a look below and click on the interactive graphic on the right to read about some of the Campaign’s key achievements at the global, regional and national levels. These achievements are not exhaustive and there are many other dimensions to Beyond 2015’s work.
Who was involved?
1,581 organisations (list available here) from 142 countries participated in Beyond 2015. Of these, 69% were Southern CSOs and 31% Northern CSOs – in 44 countries in Africa, 38 countries in Europe, 26 countries in Asia, 25 countries in Latin America, 7 countries in the Pacific, and 2 countries in North America.
Impact at the global level
- Enriched post-2015 debate through sharing of perspectives from people living in poverty and marginalisation: click here
- Increased understanding of the post-2015 process: click here
- Enhanced opportunities for civil society to engage with the UN: click here
- Sharing of intelligence on the post-2015 processs: click here
- Influence on the final text of the post-2015 agenda: click here
Impact at the regional level
- Africa: click here
- Asia: click here
- Europe: click here
- Latin America: click here
- Pacific: click here
Impact at the national level
Click here to access Beyond 2015’s full list of blogs.
In this paper, CONCORD sets out to shed more light on the EU’s impact assessments, seeing in them one of the mechanisms that could make its policies more coherent with sustainable development.
For the second consecutive year, world leaders and civil society representatives gathered in New York for the High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development. Two years after the adoption of Agenda 2030, where do we stand on the road to “Eradicating poverty and promoting prosperity in a changing world,” making sure to leave no one behind? – CONCORD Director reporting back from NYC.
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Blogpost by Rudy De Meyer (11.11.11, CONCORD Belgium), Vendula Menšíková (Ženatá) (Glopolis, FoRS), Bjarke Vestergaard (Globalt Fokus), Véronique Faber (Cercle de coopération), Gerjan Agterhof (Woord & Daad, Partos), Pedro Cruz (Plataforma OGND), Albin...