In an earlier article, we analysed the actuality and potential of participation at the international level, or more specifically: at the level of the United Nations (un). Is there a demand for public participation in the work of the United Nations, and if so, who has such demands? And how should the un meet these demands? In this article we will apply the theory presented in the first article to a case study: global public participation in the drafting process, at the un, of the Sustainable Development Goals will be examined and assessed against the findings uncovered in the first article.
Amy Pollard & Dominic Haslam, “Consultation or Conscription? Civil society input on the content of the post-2015 framework”, Cafod Policy Team Blog, 13 November 2012, cafodpolicy.wordpress.com.
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Ibid., p. 23. Additionally other processes, such as unsdsn, are expected to be contacted and share the results. un-Water has been working on a draft sdg related to water: Development of a Sustainable Development Goal for Water: un-Water’s Role and wwap, unesco, 30 April 2013, www.unesco.org.
Established 22nd January2013, decision 67/555. un General Assembly, Open Working Group of the General Assembly on Sustainable Development Goals, 15 January 2013, a/67/l.48/Rev. 1.
16th October2012. Conceptualizing a Set of Sustainable Development Goals – A Special Event of the Second Committee of the un General Assembly, un Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform, sustainabledevelopment.un.org.
Ibid., p. 1,Para. 3.
Ibid., p. 15,Para. 63.
Ibid., p. 16,Para. 67.
Ibid., p. 16,Para. 68.
Ibid., p. 16,Para. 64.
Session 1; 6–12 March2013. Session 2; 5th April 2013. iisd Reporting Services, “Summary of the Second Session of the un General Assembly Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals: 17–19 April 2013”, Earth Negotiations Bulletin, Vol. 32 No. 2, April 2013, p. 3.
Ibid., p 1. Eight un system representatives were asked to submit statements online after not having opportunities to present statements.
Ibid., p. 8.
Ibid., p. 7.
Ibid., p. 8.
Ibid., p 1.
Duncan Green, “Panels of the Poor: What would poor people do if they were in charge of the post-2015 process?”, From Poverty To Power, www.oxfamblogs.org/fp2p/.
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