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TimestampWhich steering committee (or committees) interest you?9 December: Means of implementation (science and technology, knowledge-sharing and capacity building)10 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development 11 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to development12 December: Human rights 13 December: Global governancePlease include all contact e-mail addresses.9 December: Means of implementation (science and technology, knowledge-sharing and capacity building)10 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development 11 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to development12 December: Human rights 13 December: Global governancePlease include all contact e-mail addresses.Username

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7/15/2013 12:44:579 December: Means of implementation (science and technology, knowledge-sharing and capacity building), 10 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development Andreas AndreopoulosYesSustainable Future Eco Landmarks, GLOBAL initiative to promote sustainable development LOCAL IMPLEMENTATION based on GLOBAL indicators and a NEW BUSINESS MODEL is crafting its low profile GLOBAL NETWORK. The initiative is based on state-of-the- art virtual reepresentation, a collaborative networking platform. Groups about to develop local implemetations will receive an intensive e-learning course based on Metis original organizational learning development, 'Sustainable Homelands 7-step reset tool'. Please visit http://goo.gl/fv5m5 for core material.
Andreas AndreopoulosYesAndreas Andreopoulos, Sustainable Future Eco Landmarks instigator METIS Observer to UNFCCC founding president, Climate Reality presenter, UNESCO Task Force is working to build a global partnership for Sustainable Future Eco Landmarks implementation. mhtiswan@gmail.comAndreas AndreopoulosYesHe is an expert on the issue especially on sustainable development having developed Climate Change & Sustainability Literacy curriculum, accepted by the Socioscientific Committee of the 7th World Environmental Education Congress (WEEC 2013 - Palais des Congrès, on June 9-14, 2013 in Marrakech, Morocco. Andreas AndreopoulosYesmhtiswan@gmail.com

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7/15/2013 21:35:559 December: Means of implementation (science and technology, knowledge-sharing and capacity building), 10 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 13 December: Global governancesdo2104@columbia.edusdo2104@columbia.edu

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7/15/2013 22:14:529 December: Means of implementation (science and technology, knowledge-sharing and capacity building), 10 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 11 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to development, 12 December: Human rights , 13 December: Global governanceWilson KivatiYesI believe that for their to be sustainable development, global partnerships between relevant stake holders is a recipe. Being part of this OWG will enable us come up with relevant ideas to advance the development of this topicwilson.kivati@aol.comWilson KivatiYesI am passionate about knowledge sharing at all levels and would be happy if am part of a team that helps advance this topicwilson.kivati@aol.com

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7/16/2013 1:45:019 December: Means of implementation (science and technology, knowledge-sharing and capacity building), 10 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 13 December: Global governanceMichael PlatzerYesAcademic Council on the United Nations System www.acuns.org

follow-up to Rio+20 Issues Cluster on Innovation

connecting OWG with ACUNS Vienna UN conference 2014
http://acuns.org/2013-vienna-un-conference/
Jean Paul Brice AffanaYesInternational Association for the Advancement of Innovative Approaches to Global Challenges IAAI www.glocha.info (recommended by ECOSOC NGO committtee for special consultative status in May 2013 session)
also coordinator of Commonwealth Youth Climate Network

follow-up to Rio+20 Global Youth Music Contest
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Implementation of Rio+20 15/15/15 UN Civil Society Resource Mobilization Partnership Voluntary Committment
http://www.uncsd2012.org/rio20/index.php?page=view&type=1006&menu=153&nr=88

Elizabeth RasekoalaNopresident of African Carribean Network of Science and Technology and chair of "Leading African Women"

was involved in African prepratory meetings for Rio+20, excellent references in the field of knowledge based sustainable development
Miroslav PolzerYesInternational Association for the Advancement of Innovative Approaches to Global Challenges IAAI www.glocha.info (recommended by ECOSOC NGO committtee for special consultative status in May 2013 session)

involvement in steering group should help to establish links with the process of "Strengthening of ECOSOC" in the context of expected Austrian presidency of ECOSOC in 2014

Mr. Polzer participated in UN Public Service Forum 2013 in bahrain recently and established cooperation with UN Project Office on Governance based in Seoul; this link could generate valuable input for OWG deliberations on global governance
polzer@glocha.info
michaelkplatzer@yahoo.com
lizrasekoala@hotmail.com
jeanpaulaffana@yahoo.fr
Miroslav PolzerYesmember of Academic Council on the United Nations System www.acuns.org

facilitator of Rio+20 Issues Cluster on Innovation
http://uncsd.iisd.org/news/rio20-issues-cluster-on-innovation-produces-brief-on-innovation-for-sustainable-development/

link to Austrian ECOSOC presidency and follow-up to ECOSOC AMR High Level Segment General Debate on Science, Technology, Innovation and Culture for SD and MDGs held in Geneva 5 July 2013, where Mr. Polzer spoke as Major groups representative (see link below, minute 51 ff)
http://webtv.un.org/watch/general-debate-contd-20th-meeting-ecosoc-high-level-segment-2013/2525757438001/

concrete capacity building know how in the context of Southeast Europe
http://videolectures.net/ccandun2010_belgrade/
Elizabeth Rasekoalaoutstanding speaker
strong women
very knowledgeable (see e.g. her active role in regional Future Earth workshop for Africa: http://www.icsu.org/future-earth/events/cape-town-workshop/2.workshop-agenda-draft)
well connected with policy making processes and networks in Africa and Caribbean)
lizrasekoala@hotmail.com
polzer@glocha.info

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7/23/2013 3:03:1212 December: Human rights Chelsea RickerYesIPPF has a long history of defending human rights and a rights-based approach to health, education and development. As a member of the Youth, Gender and Rights team at IPPF, I have a portfolio which includes human rights advocacy at its core. cricker@ippf.orgChelsea RickerYesStrong background in human rights advocacy with a particular focus on young people's rights; co-chair of the Youth Leadership Working Group on ICPD; engaged with the Major Group on Children and Youth. cricker@ippf.org

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7/23/2013 13:57:549 December: Means of implementation (science and technology, knowledge-sharing and capacity building), 10 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 11 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to development, 12 December: Human rights , 13 December: Global governancenigerdeltawomen@gmail.comCaroline Usikpedo-OmoniyeYesShe has been involved the post 2015 development framework, and was part of the Women major group for the rio+20 process working on sustainable development. She has worked closely with the NDWPD in organizing around the 3 pillars of sustainable development. As an organization determined to provide quality humane services that will ensure sustainable development in our rural communities, NDWPD is poised to allow people, especially women have access to safe and healthy environment and making sure that the environmental resources are managed in the most sustainable way to achieve socio-economic development. For us, we subscribe to the fact that development cannot be achieved where information about the environment and environmental resources are lacking; hence NDWPD provides up-to date Information and strengthen women voices of women to search for solutions on the state of the Environment, Climate Change , Education , Equality, Social Justice and Environmental resources.Caroline Usikpedo-OmoniyeYesShe has steadfastly worked to carry the message of her organization to global arenas and has reached out internationally to connect with other anti-poverty, Women’s Human rights, environmental and women’s organizations and networks. She has actively fought for Gender Equality, Women Inclusion in Decision making and Women’s Rights ad Empowerment at rural areas, in Nigeria. Based, on her track record and success stories of fighting for Women’s human rights and Gender Equality, On December 10, 2011, she was appointed Ambassador of Goodwill for Women Empowerment in Nigeria by the International Human Rights Commission. She is presently a Diplomat of the IHRC.Caroline Usikpedo-Omoniye
email: nigerdeltawomen@gmail.com

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7/31/2013 14:45:3112 December: Human rights Ignacio Saiz / Niko Lusiani, CESRYes
Established in 1993, the Center for Economic and Social Rights (CESR) advocates for compliance with international human rights standards in economic and social policy at the international, national and local levels. CESR has been centrally involved in helping to define how human rights can be meaningfully operationalized into the post-2015 sustainable development framework. Its two recent publications, “A Matter of Justice: Securing human rights in the post-2015 sustainable development agenda,” and “Who Will Be Accountable? Human Rights and the Post-2015 Development Agenda,” published jointly with the OHCHR, develop a series of concrete proposals on integrating human rights into the successor framework.

CESR also serves on the Executive Committee of Beyond 2015, the largest global civil society campaign for a strong and legitimate successor framework to the Millennium Development Goals. The organizations was a member of the Reference Group for the global governance consultations facilitated by UNDP and OHCHR, and in this context co-coordinated Beyond 2015’s position paper on governance, “Just Governance for the World We Need: A critical cornerstone for an equitable and human rights-centered sustainable development agenda post-2015.” In its role as a convener within the human rights community, CESR also co-facilitated the joint statement, “Human Rights for All Post-2015,” now endorsed by 49 leading human rights, development, environmental and trade union organizations, which calls for human rights at the core of the new development agenda. In addition, CESR’s Board is composed of some of key thought leaders on the post-2105 process, including Sakiko Fukuda-Parr and Alicia Yamin.

It is in this context that CESR is interested in carrying these rich discussions on human rights post-2015 into the Open Working Group by co-facilitating the steering committee on human rights for the 12 December. Its unique existing ties with a broad range of human rights communities--from researchers, advocates and policy makers in the South and the North—provide CESR with all the elements for successful co-facilitation of the human rights steering committee.
nlusiani@cesr.org, isaiz@cesr.orgIf tapped to facilitate, CESR will work with broad spectrum of partners to determine best set of panelists and participants.If tapped to facilitate, CESR will work with broad spectrum of partners to determine best set of panelists and participants.nlusiani@cesr.org

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8/7/2013 9:00:1812 December: Human rights Heather BarclayYesThe International Planned Parenthood Federation has been actively advocacy for the recognition of sexual rights and an essential component of human rights, and could bring global expertise and leadership in this area to this discussion. Further, Heather Barclay has a strong background in both SRHR and human rights, and has previously worked for the Office of the High Commission for Human Rights in Geneva and head of human rights for the UK's A status National Human Rights Institution.hbarclay@ippf.orgHeather BarclayYesAs previously, Heather would bring extensive experience on sexual rights and human rights to the panel, and would also be able to reflect on the practical implications that realising sexual rights has on the ground in the over 170 countries where IPPF operates.hbarclay@ippf.org

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8/16/2013 10:30:059 December: Means of implementation (science and technology, knowledge-sharing and capacity building), 10 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 13 December: Global governancejames.obrien@vso.iejames.obrien@vso.ie

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8/17/2013 11:53:4412 December: Human rights Vladimir Cuk, Acting Executive Director, International Disability AllianceYesIDA is strongly committed to ensuring the inclusion of rights and participation of persons with disabilities in the post-2015 agenda and any future sustainable development goals. Persons with disabilities were not mentioned in the MDGs, despite making up almost 15% of the world's population. We are working tirelessly to ensure that in the post-2015 world, the promise of "leaving noone behind" is indeed recognised. Vladimir Cuk: vcuk@ida-secretariat.org
Georgia Dominik: gdominik@ida-secretariat.org
Vladimir Cuk, Actind Executive Director, International Disability AllianceYesThe International Disability Alliance (IDA) is a network of networks: comprising eight global and four regional disabled persons' organisations (DPOs), we seek to unite grassroots and community-based organisations, national and regional DPOs and global networks to ensure the realisation of the rights and participation of persons with disabilities as outlined in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

IDA is strongly committed to ensuring the inclusion of rights and participation of persons with disabilities in the post-2015 agenda and any future sustainable development goals. Persons with disabilities were not mentioned in the MDGs, despite making up almost 15% of the world's population. We are working tirelessly to ensure that in the post-2015 world, the promise of "leaving noone behind" is indeed recognised.
Vladimir Cuk: vcuk@ida-secretariat.org
Georgia Dominik: gdominik@ida-secretariat.org

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8/19/2013 4:31:3712 December: Human rights Esmee RussellNoI am the coordinator of End Water Poverty - a global civil society coalition campaigning to end the water and sanitation crisis. As there is a Human Right to water, we are interested in participating in this steering committeeesmeerussell@endwaterpoverty.orgHannah NeumeyerHannah Neumeyer is the Senior Legal Advisor at WASHUnited, which seeks full recognition and realization of the human right to safe drinking water and sanitation: All their work is based on the fundamental recognition that access to safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene is a basic human right.

Hannah has previously spoken at the international level about the development of the right to water and sanitation – and on the importance of thinking water and sanitation together, not separate.
hannah.neumeyer@wash-united.org
esmeerussell@endwaterpoverty.org

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8/19/2013 14:27:359 December: Means of implementation (science and technology, knowledge-sharing and capacity building), 11 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to development, 13 December: Global governanceLoiuse KantrowYesLea FellussYesLouise KantrowYesLouise KantrowYesInternational Chamber of Commerce

Louise Kantrow - lkw@iccwbo.org
Lea Felluss - lfs@iccwbo.org
Louise KantrowYesLouise Kantrow - lkw@iccwbo.org

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8/23/2013 3:10:179 December: Means of implementation (science and technology, knowledge-sharing and capacity building), 10 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 11 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to development, 12 December: Human rights , 13 December: Global governanceJean-Sébastien SauvourelYesJean-Sébastien SauvourelYesJean-Sébastien SauvourelYesJean-Sébastien SauvourelYesJean-Sébastien SauvourelYesjs.sauvourel@villesmoyennes.asso.frJean-Sébastien SauvourelYesJean-Sébastien SauvourelYesJean-Sébastien SauvourelYesJean-Sébastien SauvourelYesjs.sauvourel@villesmoyennes.asso.fr

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8/25/2013 15:08:029 December: Means of implementation (science and technology, knowledge-sharing and capacity building), 10 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 11 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to development, 12 December: Human rights , 13 December: Global governanceflory_lisangi@yahoo.frflory_lisangi@yahoo.fr

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9/21/2013 0:33:0510 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 11 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to development, 12 December: Human rights , 13 December: Global governanceTo attendYesTo concise and easy to communicate” sustainable development goals (SDGs) to help drive the implementation of sustainable development. The Rio+20 outcome document, “The Future We Want,” also calls for the goals to be coherent with the UN's development agenda.To attendYesTo achieve global partnership and achieving sustainable development beyond 2015.To attendYesTo ensuring the promotion of an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable future for our planet and for present and future generations. To attendYesTo works together the future of "WHAT WE WANT"and the human rights of post 2015 agenda and beyond. To attendYesTo liaise together and active global governance together to make WHAT WE WANT to come to reality for global governance throughout the World beyond the post 2015 agenda. Name: Raheem
Other Name: Akanbi
Last Name: Alesinloye
Date of birth: 04/04/1964
Organization Represent: Abiodun Adebayo Welfare Foundation
E-mail: info@abiodunadebayowelfare-foundation.org
web site:www.abiodunadebayowelfare-foundation.org
Amb. Ojo Musiliu AdebayoYesDue to the fact that he is experienced and vast in the aforementioned
field.
Mr. Dipo TaiwoYesDue to the fact that he is experienced and vast in the aforementioned
field.
Dr. Olusegun AyeniYesDue to the fact that he is experienced and vast in the aforementioned
field.
Mr. Selem IbraheemYesDue to the fact that he is experienced and vast in the aforementioned
field.
Amb. Ojo Musiliu AdebayoYesDue to the fact that he is experienced and vast in the aforementioned
field.
Name: Raheem Akanbi Alesinloye
info@abiodunadebayowelfare-foundation.org
www.abiodunadebayowelfare-foundation.org

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9/27/2013 11:50:0712 December: Human rights Sarah GoldYesIn addition to being a member of the MGCY, I work for a health and human rights organization (International Women's Health Coalition). I will be actively involved in preparations for this meeting. sgold@iwhc.orgRachel AriniiYesRachel Arinii is Executive Coordinator of the Youth Coalition for Sexual and Reproductive Rights. She has a wealth of knowledge and experience working to advance human rights and would be an excellent panelist. rachelarinii@youthcoalition.org

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9/27/2013 21:56:159 December: Means of implementation (science and technology, knowledge-sharing and capacity building), 10 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 11 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to developmentBLESSING MMEJEYesblessing.m@live.comBLESSING MMEJEYesBLESSING MMEJEYesblessing.m@live.com

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10/1/2013 7:48:3810 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 11 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to development, 12 December: Human rights  n/aLobi RedHawkYesI am interested in knowledge-sharing of and capacity building for Indigenous Peoples in developed countries as this population is often excluded from the conversations on sustained development.Lobi RedHawkYesI am interested in exploring existing methods of achieving a global partnership for sustained development goals of Indigenous peoples
in developed countries.
Lobi RedHawkYesI wish to explore the impact of the fact that economies for many middle income countries are unstable at best, and the needs of Indigenous populations being challenged with respect to means and methods of development.Lobi RedHawkYesI maintain that a Human Rights based approach to all SDGs is essential.Lobi RedHawkYesIn speaking of the SDGs,global governance must include those areas of the ocean that are beyond national jurisdiction if SGDs are to be sustained.Lobi RedHawk
mebelobi@yahoo.com/a.vetschaplain@gmail.com

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10/2/2013 10:30:069 December: Means of implementation (science and technology, knowledge-sharing and capacity building), 10 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 11 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to development, 12 December: Human rights , 13 December: Global governancemary@gilbertwhite.commary@gilbertwhite.com

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10/7/2013 13:13:159 December: Means of implementation (science and technology, knowledge-sharing and capacity building), 10 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 11 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to development, 12 December: Human rights , 13 December: Global governanceASSOUMANI IBRAHIMYessmmasbl@gmail.comASSOUMANI IBRAHIMYessmmasbl@gmail.com

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10/9/2013 6:27:069 December: Means of implementation (science and technology, knowledge-sharing and capacity building), 10 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development I work with an NGO and teach at Stevens Institute of Technology, both of which support education for sustainable development. In 2014 I will begin teaching a course at Stevens on the history of sustainability. Currently, I have two projects in Latin America that focus on the history of sustainable development and water management. I hope to learn more about facilitating global partnerships. Dawn.Digrius@stevens.edu, dawn.digrius@gmail.comH.E. Carlos Enrique Garcia GonzalezYesPermanent Representative of Mission of El Salvador to United Nations. Supports initiatives in fostering these activities for sustainable development. H.E. Carlos Enrique Garcia GonzalezYesSee aboveDawn.Digrius@stevens.edu, dawn.digrius@gmail.com

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10/14/2013 5:33:1912 December: Human rights Heather BarclayYesInternational Planned Parenthood Federation has championed the issue of sexual rights as human rights, and been very active in profiling sexual and reproductive rights and health in the post-2015 agenda and the SDG agenda.hbarclay@ippf.orghbarclay@ippf.org

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10/14/2013 18:29:2310 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development ssonoyama@philanthropyforum.orgssonoyama@philanthropyforum.org

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10/15/2013 12:09:0610 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 12 December: Human rights , 13 December: Global governancepaola.simonetti@ituc-csi.orgpaola simonettiYesMrs Simonetti is policy advisor to the International Trade Union Confederation - ITUC. She works in the development cooperation department, coordinating trade union policy work around global development agendas. In particular she steers the working group on human rights based approaches (HRBA) of the civil society partnership for development effectiveness (CPDE), mandated to advocating HRBA within the post 2015 framework paola simonettiYesMrs Simonetti is policy advisor to the International Trade Union Confederation - ITUC. She works in the development cooperation department, coordinating trade union policy work around global development agendas. In particular she steers the working group on human rights based approaches (HRBA) of the civil society partnership for development effectiveness (CPDE), mandated to advocating HRBA within the post 2015 frameworkpaola.simonetti@ituc-csi.org

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10/15/2013 17:57:2510 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 13 December: Global governanceUlysses SmithYesUlysses Smith is the chair of the New York City Bar Association's United Nations Committee, an NGO with consultative status at ECOSOC, and an attorney in the International Governance and Development Practices at Linklaters. We believe that one of the greatest challenges confronting multisectoral partnerships working toward development is the lack of effective governance. As such, one of the primary focuses of our work is on thought leadership and practical assistance to such partnerships to design and implement effective governance models that allow such partnerships to scale up and succeed.

Ulysses SmithYesUlysses Smith is the chair of the New York City Bar Association's United Nations Committee, an NGO with consultative status at ECOSOC, and an attorney in the International Governance and Development Practices at Linklaters. One of the key challenges facing the world today is poor governance, which is associated with lost economic growth, corruption and waste, and a disenfranchised citizenry. For us, governance denotes the systems and processes that ensure the overall direction, effectiveness, supervision, and accountability of an entity, whether a governmental agency, an INGO, a private corporation, or a partnership among them. Whether in the developed or developing worlds, or the profit or not-for-profit sectors, the quality of governance often means the difference between a successful venture and a failed attempt. A major focus of our efforts is to design and implement governance models that allow global development to be more just and accountable for all stakeholders. Through our thought leadership efforts, including the Advancing Good Governance in International Development seminar, we are working to make governance a part of the Post-2015 Development Agenda, whether as a formal "goal" or as a theme running through the entire agenda.

ulysses.smith@linklaters.comnoneNononenoneNononenoneNononenoNononeUlysses SmithYesUlysses Smith is the chair of the New York City Bar Association's United Nations Committee, an NGO with consultative status at ECOSOC, and an attorney in the International Governance and Development Practices at Linklaters. One of the key challenges facing the world today is poor governance, which is associated with lost economic growth, corruption and waste, and a disenfranchised citizenry. For us, governance denotes the systems and processes that ensure the overall direction, effectiveness, supervision, and accountability of an entity, whether a governmental agency, an INGO, a private corporation, or a partnership among them. Whether in the developed or developing worlds, or the profit or not-for-profit sectors, the quality of governance often means the difference between a successful venture and a failed attempt. A major focus of our efforts is to design and implement governance models that allow global development to be more just and accountable for all stakeholders. Through our thought leadership efforts, including the Advancing Good Governance in International Development seminar, we are working to make governance a part of the Post-2015 Development Agenda, whether as a formal "goal" or as a theme running through the entire agenda.

ulysses.smith@linklaters.com

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10/17/2013 19:20:2710 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development John Romano; Brendan GuyYesNRDC's work on the post-2015 development agenda focuses on how to frame the architecture around the SDGs to explicitly include links between the goals and the Means of Implementation for these goals - namely though multi-stakeholder partnerships and unilateral commitments made by a diverse range of stakeholders including Member States, the private sector and civil society. John Romano; Brendan GuyYesFurther to our work in framing the SDGs to include explicit links to the Means of Implementation for these goals, our work also focuses on how to incorporate the concept of a "new global partnership" into the architecture that underpins these goals. Our "Rio+20 to 2015" Conference on 1-2 November brings together a wide range of governmental officials and decision-makers, along with a diverse group of academics and practitioners who are experts and thought-leaders in designing these complex supporting frameworks for action. The conference will result in a comprehensive set of recommendations for how to best frame this architecture to support commitments and partnerships by all stakeholders, to effectively incorporate this concept of a "new global partnership" into the very core of the SDGs. John Romano- jromano@nrdc.org; Brendan Guy- bguy@nrdc.orgJacob ScherrYesJacob Scherr is the director of Global Strategy and Advocacy in NRDC's International Program. Jacob and NRDC's work focuses largely on providing specific links between the over-arching goals and the means of implementation for these goals, by re-thinking how we approach action towards collectively fulfilling our commitments. NRDC's work in this realm has contributed significantly to highlighting the specific on-the-ground actions made through the multi-stakeholder partnerships and unilateral voluntary commitments made by a wide range of actors, including Member States, the private sector and civil society. Jacob co-authored a report on the follow up of progress toward some of the key voluntary commitments from the Rio+20 conference, which the organization believes are the true Means of Implementation for any globally negotiated agreements made by Member States. John Romano; Brendan GuyYesNRDC's has worked extensively on how to effectively frame this concept of a "new global partnership" over the past several months, including organizing a high-level conference on 1-2 November which explores this very topic. The conference brings together government officials and decision-makers along with leading academics and practitioners to examine how to best create an architecture that underpins the SDGs that includes commitments and actions by all global stakeholders. The recommendations and proposals coming from this conference will be delivered to the Open Working Group and NRDC is working extensively with Member States to elaborate on this proposal to effectively provide the framework for the SDGs that includes this concept of a "new global partnership." This new global partnership will be critical to helping provide the link between the visions set out by these global goals and their very means of implementation, through a diverse set of partnerships by all global actors. Jacob Scherr- jscherr@nrdc.org; John Romano- jromano@nrdc.org; Brendan Guy- bguy@nrdc.org

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10/18/2013 12:35:4710 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 12 December: Human rights , 13 December: Global governancearrow@arrow.org.my, Dr. Junice MelgarNoSince 1995, Junice has been the Executive Director of Likhaan (Linangan ng Kababaihan, Inc.). Likhaan is a women’s health and reproductive rights NGO engaged in establishing and running community-based primary health care centers focused on women in poor urban communities; conducting education and training on gender, health, rights and development, especially for grassroots women and NGOs; strengthening participatory governance through organizing networks of women and community-based organizations; and developing research-based proposals for policy reforms in health, gender and development. Junice has spent 17 years in mass movement/ NGO work focusing on health, women and development. She received her Doctorate in Medicine from the University of the Philippines College of Medicine in 1981. From 1983-86, she was an instructor on Histology in the School of Medicine at the West Visayas State University. She was the Deputy Secretary-General of the Coalition for the Restoration of Democracy (CORD) from 1984 to 1985 and the Executive Director of the Centre for People’s Health Resources and Services (CPHRS) from 1984 to 1988.

She became the Medical Director of the Gabriela Commission for Women’s Health and Reproductive Rights from 1991 to 1993 and was the Co-Coordinator from 1993 to 1995. She was the NGO representative in Philippines’ official delegation to the High Level Meeting to Review the Implementation of the Cairo Programme of Action sponsored by the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) in 1998 and the Hague Forum for the Cairo+5 Review sponsored by the UNFPA in 1999. In 2000, she became a Board Member of Maralitang Kababaihan Mithi’y Paglaya (MAKALAYA), Medical Action Group (MAG) and Women LEAD Foundation, Inc. Junice has also been a member of the International Advisory Group (IAG) of the Women's Global Network (WGNRR) from 2001-2003; co-convenor of Kilos Kabaro, the alliance of women for women's rights; co-convenor of the Scarlett Letter Network, the alliance of advocates working on abortion; first chair of the Reproductive Health Advocacy Network (RHAN) and a member of the RHAN Steering Committee for the last three years.
Jashodhara Dasgupta NoJashodhara Dasgupta's areas of expertise include strong gender analysis, women’s health, gender based violence, sexual and reproductive rights, rights based approaches, and use of participatory methodologies.

She has been the Vice Chairperson, Commission on Global Governance for Health, set up by the University of Oslo, the Lancet and Harvard Global Health Institute, 2011; Member, High level Expert Group on Universal Health Coverage, set up by the Planning Commission, Government of India, 2010-2011; and Visiting Fellow at Institute of Development Studies (University of Sussex, UK) and
associate of the ‘Realizing Rights’ RPC on sexual and reproductive health and rights in 2006. Currently, she is a ÿ Member, Steering Committee, International Initiative on Maternal Mortality and Human Rights, a global advocacy group promoting rights based understanding on maternal mortality (www.righttomaternalhealth.org); as well as a ÿ Member Steering Committee, National Alliance on Maternal Health and Human
Rights in India, a national advocacy group promoting the right of marginalized women to the highest quality of maternal health (http://namhhr.blogspot.com/).

She has written papers and been published extensively, including the following publications: i. Dasgupta J. and G. Sen, India’s Family Planning Programme After Cairo: From

Contraceptive Targets to Reproductive Health , a paper in Confounding the Critics: Cairo, Five Years On published by HERA, New York in English and French 1999.

ii.Dasgupta J, Building Capacities of Women and Health NGOs to monitor and evaluate international development commitments in Asia, paper presented at the OECD-DAC conference on Partners in Development Evaluation organised by the Ministry of Finance and Industry, France, 2003.

iii. With Mukhopdhyay, M. and M. Appel, Issue Paper on Gender and Health, KIT Development Policy and Practice, Amsterdam, 2004

iv. With A. Kwaas, Dasgupta, J, Introduction, Gender and Health Source Book, KIT Development Policy and Practice, Amsterdam, (2006)

v.Dasgupta, J, Gender training: politics or development? A perspective from India in Revisiting Gender Training: The Making and Remaking of Gender Knowledge which is the third issue of Gender, Society and Development (GSD) Series on gender training, published by KIT and Oxfam GB, 2007

vi. Dasgupta, J, The Bhopal women survivors’ struggles for environmental justice in Genre, mouvements populaires urbains et environment, Cahiers Genre et Développement (French journal), No. 6, 2007, L'Harmattan (Paris)

She is currently the Coordinator of SAHAYOG - an NGO in India [2002- present]

Programme focus: Gender equality and women’s health using human rights frameworks, addressing the needs of marginal populations such as rural poor, adolescent girls, Dalits, religious and sexual minorities; working with men and youth, with media persons and with policy makers.

Key activities include documentation and information resource management, capacity building, anchoring civil society networks and associations, policy monitoring, research/policy/practice interface, qualitative research and advocacy.

Her responsibilities include: managing a programme of advocacy on linkages between macro-development policies and the dimensions of maternal health (including production of policy research papers and policy briefs); overseeing the policy engagement, advocacy and dissemination strategies of the organization (including dissemination to policy makers and the media); effective bridging of policy and community based experience; mobilizing and anchoring civil society networks on issues of gender and women’s human rights at the state and national level, contributing to an international and a South Asian network on reproductive health and rights; coordinating various teams within the organization.
junice@likhaan.org
jashodhara@sahayogindia.org

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10/18/2013 12:43:2310 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 12 December: Human rights Education International would like to draw on the experience of contributing to the Global Partnership for Education.Human rights are at the core of a credible sustainable development framework, but so far human rights have been more visible in narratives and preambles than in the goals and targets proposed. Education International would like to contribute to the discussion on how human rights can be systematically integrated in a new framework.antonia.wulff@ei-ie.orgDavid Edwards, Deputy General-SecretaryYesDavid Edwards would look at what a rights-based approach means in practice and how human rights can be systematically integrated in a new framework by drawing on the right to education as an example.antonia.wulff@ei-ie.org

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10/18/2013 13:12:3810 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 12 December: Human rights , 13 December: Global governancejakub@youthcoalition.org
nickie@youthcoalition.org
ani@youthcoalition.org
rachelarinii@youthcoalition.org
nickie@youthcoalition.org
jakub@youthcoalition.org
rachelarinii@youthcoalition.org
ani@youthcoalition.org

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10/18/2013 13:27:3910 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 12 December: Human rights Nijar ImanguliYesI work with Youth Coalition for Sexual and Reproductive Rights and have a great interest in how youth sexual and reproductive rights overlap and are included in the context of human rights and also within the MDGs and Post 2015 framework. It would be an enriching experience to serve as a facilitator of the committee. Nijar (Nickie) Imanguli nickie@youthcoalition.orgNijar ImanguliI work with Youth Coalition for Sexual and Reproductive Rights and our organization has a great interest and expertise in how youth sexual and reproductive rights overlap and are included and ideas of further inclusion and integration in the context of human rights and also within the MDGs and Post 2015 framework. It would be a wonderful and enriching experience to share our organizational thoughts on this matter as a presenter.Nijar (Nickie) Imanguli: nickie@youthcoalition.org

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10/18/2013 13:30:4212 December: Human rights , 13 December: Global governanceMatt SimondsYesParticipated in SCs on behalf of TUs Workers Major Group in past.Matt SimondsYesParticipated in SCs on behalf of TUs Workers Major Group in past.simonds@tuac.orgpaola.simonetti@ituc-csi.org

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10/18/2013 14:22:3212 December: Human rights Sarah GoldYesI am an Associate within the Advocacy and Policy Program at the International Women's Health Coalition. I am an active member of the Major Group for Children and Youth an have been involved in all of the previous Open Working Groups. I think I have an important role to play on the Steering Committee as a youth representative and a human rights advocate.sgold@iwhc.org Nijar ImanjuliNoNijar Imanjuli, from Azerbaijan, is a member of the Youth Coalition for Sexual and Reproductive Rights. She is a passionate advocate for human rights and youth empowerment and would make an excellent panelist. She is involved with the Major Group for Children and Youth.Jakub SkrzypczykNoJakub Skrzypczyk, from Poland, is a member of the Youth Coalition for Sexual and Reproductive Rights. He has been actively engaging in the Open Working Group process and is a strong advocate for youth health and rights in the Central and Eastern European region as well as at the global level.
nickie@youthcoalition.org
jakub@youthcoalition.org

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10/18/2013 14:30:0312 December: Human rights Ms. Doris MpoumouYesAs an International Advocacy Officer at International Planned Parenthood Federation/Western Hemisphere Region (IPPF/WHR), Doris Mpoumou has over 15 years of experience advocating for the protection of human rights, with an emphasis on women’s rights and sexual and reproductive rights. She is committed to advancing a rights-based approach to sustainable development. As a member of the Women’s Major Group, she has facilitated the participation of women’s rights and other like-minded CSOs especially from the global South in past OWG meetings, including last June's meeting, and will play an active role in preparing for the 6th meeting of the OWG.dmpoumou@ippfwhr.orgDr. Carmen BarrosoDr. Carmen Barroso serves as the Regional Director of International Planned Parenthood Federation/Western Hemisphere Region (IPPF/WHR). Dr. Barroso has been a leader in innovation in human rights advocacy, with a focus on sexual and reproductive rights, especially for young people. Dr. Barroso has also been recognized by the media and academics for the influential role she played in making health and human rights central to development policy at the landmark 1994 International Conference on Population and Development.dmpoumou@ippfwhr.org

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10/18/2013 15:22:0113 December: Global governanceJeffery HuffinesYesThe successful integration of the three dimensions of sustainable development will require robust means of implementation and strengthened intergovernmental organizations designed to more effectively achieve these ends that includes the newly established High Level Political Forum. I would like to see panelists and participants discuss lessons learned from the CSD and best practices from other intergovernmental bodies that may be adopted by the HLPF to ensure that future SDGs will be effectively evaluated and achieved. jeffery.huffines@civicus.orgjeffery.huffines@gmail.com

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10/18/2013 15:23:1110 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 9 December: Means of ImplementationMichael Kalmus EliaszYesMember of MGCY interested in youth solutions in this area, additionally facilitated steering committee for health and population dynamics in June successfully so have experience with this.mike.eliasz@gmail.comWaruguru WanjauYesAfrican youth activist and member of MGCY member of the International Federation of Medical Student's associations. As member of a number of youth organisations can draw on youth perspectives on this topics. On the steering committee for the World Youth Conference and a Milead fellow (women's leadership fellowship in Africa). As a member of the Lancet Commission on global governance for health has an in depth understanding on the right to development. She is a highly eloquent speaker and used to writing presentations collaboratively.waruguruwanjau@gmail.com

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10/18/2013 17:14:0813 December: Global governanceOlimar MaisonetYesAs one of the policy coordinators of the Major Groups of Children and Youth, Olimar Maisonet. She works with Beyond Access, an initiative funded by the Gates Foundation to promote access to information in developing countries. olimarmaisonet@gmail.comStuart HamiltonYesStuart Hamilton works on Beyond Access, an initiative funded by the Gates Foundation to promote access to information in development countries. Stuart is also a key adviser of the WSIS process. World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) was a pair of United Nations-sponsored conferences about information, communication and, in broad terms, the information society that took place in 2003 in Geneva and in 2005 in Tunis. Stuart.Hamilton@ifla.org

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10/18/2013 18:20:4811 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to developmentPaul Okumu OdongoNoHaving been engaged with work across African countries and Island states I am keen to engage in building an agenda for sustainable development. Main interest is the work on ensuring this discussion addresses the drivers of poverty and the strong inequalities, especially in Africa. I am also interested on sharing the special needs of countries facing conflicts and vulnerabilities related to instability. With an engagement in over 26 countries across Africa I am keen to bring the perspectives of African society into this dialogue with the primary goal of working to ensure the SDG agenda protects and secures right to development as a cmpliment to the AID-driven models.Paul.Okumu@africacsoplatform.orgPaul OkumuNoActive in the Post 2015 and SDG process with African and Global Civil Society as well as through work across countries and support to initiatives such as the Comonwealth Foundation Technical Team on Post 2015 agenda. He is also co-chair of the Political Strategy of the Civil Society Platform on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding. Has engaged with rights based development in across Africa and been part of several government strategy forums on Post 2015 and Sustainable Development agenda.Has broad knowlegdge of both the Global and the specific situations of countries in special needs, particularly those in AfricaPaul.Okumu@africacsoplatform.org

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10/18/2013 19:09:0412 December: Human rights , 11 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to developmentJakub SkrzypczykYesI'm interested in joining this steering committee, because I come from a middle income country and therefore I am familiar with the challenges these countries face. I also think that sexual and reproductive rights are very important in the countries mentioned above when it comes to needs and challenges.jakub@youthcoalition.orgjakub@youthcoalition.org

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10/19/2013 10:57:3313 December: Global governance, 10 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 12 December: Human rights , 9 December: Means of Implementation, 11 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to developmentTANCHANGYA KALYAN SANGHSTHA IN BANGLADESHYesI AM VEN CHANDRALAL TONCHANGYA GENERAL SECRETARY OF TANCHANGYA KALYAN SANGHSTHA IN BANGLADESH. I WOULD LIKE TO JOIN YOUR UPCOMING EVENT OR MEETING FOR SHARING KNOWLEDGE WITH WORLD HUMAN RIGHT ORGANIZATION.TANCHANGYA KALYAN SANGHSTHA IN BANGLADESHYesI AM VEN CHANDRALAL TONCHANGYA GENERAL SECRETARY OF TANCHANGYA KALYAN SANGHSTHA IN BANGLADESH. I WOULD LIKE TO JOIN YOUR UPCOMING EVENT OR MEETING FOR SHARING KNOWLEDGE WITH WORLD HUMAN RIGHT AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCEORGANIZATION.tchandralal@gmail.com Contact number: +66846491255.TANCHANGYA KALYAN SANGHSTHA IN BANGLADESHNoI AM VEN CHANDRALAL TONCHANGYA GENERAL SECRETARY OF TANCHANGYA KALYAN SANGHSTHA IN BANGLADESH. I WOULD LIKE TO JOIN YOUR UPCOMING EVENT OR MEETING FOR SHARING KNOWLEDGE WITH WORLD HUMAN RIGHT AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE ORGANIZATION.TANCHANGYA KALYAN SANGHSTHA IN BANGLADESHYesI AM VEN CHANDRALAL TONCHANGYA GENERAL SECRETARY OF TANCHANGYA KALYAN SANGHSTHA IN BANGLADESH. I WOULD LIKE TO JOIN YOUR UPCOMING EVENT OR MEETING FOR SHARING KNOWLEDGE WITH WORLD HUMAN RIGHT AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE ORGANIZATION.tchandralal@gmail.com

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10/21/2013 12:15:0710 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development Myrna CoffinaYesDeveloping an international platform that is inclusive and allows access to knowledge - sharing that can ultimately build a sustainable capacity for innovative science, technology.Sandra Nelson ZongoYesInclusive sustainable development access, learning and implementation through partnerships that create sustainable economies, development and trade. These implementations should be active, holistic and eradicate poverty and inequality.Dr. Marie UmehNoDr. Marie Umeh professor at John Jay would offer strong framework development information on challenges Africans on the continent and throughout the Diaspora face in the lack of inclusive development and opportunities. Zuha JamilNoHuman Rights learning as and integrated platform that implements sustainable curriculums, learning, education, culture and development that is holistic.Mohamed Sayed NouriInternational Law as a conduit to Human Rights based stewardship.myrna coffino <Mcoffino@nyc.rr.com>, humanaffect@gmail.com, msumeh@aol.com, humanaffect.adhocunit@gmail.com, humanaffect.law@gmail.comAlisha HawrlyzyszynNoIndigenous peoples expert on traditional platforms of sharing on science and technology.Shani NelsonNoYouth peace ambassador speaking on partnering to empower youth internship, mentorships for inclusive access and development.Mesfin ArayaDr. Araya can offer direction and understand of special situation African Countries face and how African youth are in an emergency situation in Africa and the Diaspora on how to active generation now into the generation that implements a paradigm shift of sustainability.Jawahir YusufNoHuman Rights learning as a core action that will usher in peace and security.Zuha Jamilcreating global governance that empowers the peoples rights and prepares youth for the future.humanaffect@gmail.com
professoraraya@gmail.com
msumeh@aol.com
humanaffect.humanrights@gmail.com
humanaffect.indigenous@gmail.com
humanaffect.yoga4peace@gmail.com

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10/21/2013 9:17:0010 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development Myrna CoffinaYesDeveloping an international platform that is inclusive and allows access to knowledge - sharing that can ultimately build a sustainable capacity for innovative science, technology.Sandra Nelson ZongoYesInclusive sustainable development access, learning and implementation through partnerships that create sustainable economies, development and trade. These implementations should be active, holistic and eradicate poverty and inequality.Dr. Marie UmehNoDr. Marie Umeh professor at John Jay would offer strong framework development information on challenges Africans on the continent and throughout the Diaspora face in the lack of inclusive development and opportunities. Zuha JamilNoHuman Rights learning as and integrated platform that implements sustainable curriculums, learning, education, culture and development that is holistic.Mohamed Sayed NouriInternational Law as a conduit to Human Rights based stewardship.myrna coffino <Mcoffino@nyc.rr.com>, humanaffect@gmail.com, msumeh@aol.com, humanaffect.adhocunit@gmail.com, humanaffect.law@gmail.comAlisha HawrlyzyszynNoIndigenous peoples expert on traditional platforms of sharing on science and technology.Shani NelsonNoYouth peace ambassador speaking on partnering to empower youth internship, mentorships for inclusive access and development.Mesfin ArayaDr. Araya can offer direction and understand of special situation African Countries face and how African youth are in an emergency situation in Africa and the Diaspora on how to active generation now into the generation that implements a paradigm shift of sustainability.Jawahir YusufNoHuman Rights learning as a core action that will usher in peace and security.Zuha Jamilcreating global governance that empowers the peoples rights and prepares youth for the future.humanaffect@gmail.com
professoraraya@gmail.com
msumeh@aol.com
humanaffect.humanrights@gmail.com
humanaffect.indigenous@gmail.com
humanaffect.yoga4peace@gmail.com

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10/21/2013 21:04:0510 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development Myrna CoffinaYesDeveloping an international platform that is inclusive and allows access to knowledge - sharing that can ultimately build a sustainable capacity for innovative science, technology.Sandra Nelson ZongoYesInclusive sustainable development access, learning and implementation through partnerships that create sustainable economies, development and trade. These implementations should be active, holistic and eradicate poverty and inequality.Dr. Marie UmehNoDr. Marie Umeh professor at John Jay would offer strong framework development information on challenges Africans on the continent and throughout the Diaspora face in the lack of inclusive development and opportunities. Zuha JamilNoHuman Rights learning as and integrated platform that implements sustainable curriculums, learning, education, culture and development that is holistic.Mohamed Sayed NouriInternational Law as a conduit to Human Rights based stewardship.myrna coffino <Mcoffino@nyc.rr.com>, humanaffect@gmail.com, msumeh@aol.com, humanaffect.adhocunit@gmail.com, humanaffect.law@gmail.comAlisha HawrlyzyszynNoIndigenous peoples expert on traditional platforms of sharing on science and technology.Shani NelsonNoYouth peace ambassador speaking on partnering to empower youth internship, mentorships for inclusive access and development.Mesfin ArayaDr. Araya can offer direction and understand of special situation African Countries face and how African youth are in an emergency situation in Africa and the Diaspora on how to active generation now into the generation that implements a paradigm shift of sustainability.Jawahir YusufNoHuman Rights learning as a core action that will usher in peace and security.Zuha Jamilcreating global governance that empowers the peoples rights and prepares youth for the future.humanaffect@gmail.com
professoraraya@gmail.com
msumeh@aol.com
humanaffect.humanrights@gmail.com
humanaffect.indigenous@gmail.com
humanaffect.yoga4peace@gmail.com

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10/22/2013 11:22:3713 December: Global governance, 10 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 12 December: Human rights , 9 December: Means of Implementation, 11 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to developmentHistory of work in ICT, knowledge-sharing in and on Southern Africa. Academic observer.History of work in and on Southern Africa.History of work in and on Southern Africa.Area of primary legal research.One of my areas of legal research.p-sandick2014@nlaw.northwestern.edup-sandick2014@nlaw.northwestern.edu

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10/23/2013 0:21:1810 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 9 December: Means of Implementation, 11 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to developmentYesYesWe want to be part of this committee to help us learn contribute to the organization, by implementing what we have learnt Yesblessing.m@live.comBlessing MmejeYesShe will help to provide more insights about the specific challenges facing middle-income countriesblessing.m@live.com

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10/23/2013 12:56:0710 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development Myrna CoffinaYesDeveloping an international platform that is inclusive and allows access to knowledge - sharing that can ultimately build a sustainable capacity for innovative science, technology.Sandra Nelson ZongoYesInclusive sustainable development access, learning and implementation through partnerships that create sustainable economies, development and trade. These implementations should be active, holistic and eradicate poverty and inequality.Dr. Marie UmehNoDr. Marie Umeh professor at John Jay would offer strong framework development information on challenges Africans on the continent and throughout the Diaspora face in the lack of inclusive development and opportunities. Zuha JamilNoHuman Rights learning as and integrated platform that implements sustainable curriculums, learning, education, culture and development that is holistic.Mohamed Sayed NouriInternational Law as a conduit to Human Rights based stewardship.myrna coffino <Mcoffino@nyc.rr.com>, humanaffect@gmail.com, msumeh@aol.com, humanaffect.adhocunit@gmail.com, humanaffect.law@gmail.comAlisha HawrlyzyszynNoIndigenous peoples expert on traditional platforms of sharing on science and technology.Shani NelsonNoYouth peace ambassador speaking on partnering to empower youth internship, mentorships for inclusive access and development.Mesfin ArayaDr. Araya can offer direction and understand of special situation African Countries face and how African youth are in an emergency situation in Africa and the Diaspora on how to active generation now into the generation that implements a paradigm shift of sustainability.Jawahir YusufNoHuman Rights learning as a core action that will usher in peace and security.Zuha Jamilcreating global governance that empowers the peoples rights and prepares youth for the future.humanaffect@gmail.com
professoraraya@gmail.com
msumeh@aol.com
humanaffect.humanrights@gmail.com
humanaffect.indigenous@gmail.com
humanaffect.yoga4peace@gmail.com

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10/24/2013 14:54:5412 December: Human rights Sarah StevensonYesChildFund Alliance is a worldwide group of 12 child-centred development organizations working in 58 countries to implement long-lasting and meaningful changes for children and families living in poverty. We believe human rights must be at the center of the post-2015 development agenda to guarantee the best interest of the child and children's survival, development, protection and participation.sstevenson@childfundalliance.org
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10/25/2013 1:22:449 December: Means of ImplementationYesIFLA, along with other CSOs such as Article 19, Development Initiatives, IREX and Beyond Access, is interested in discussing the role that access to information plays in supporting development. In relation to the meeting on the 9th December, IFLA wishes to explore how community institutions offering access to information, such as libraries, can contribute to achieving development goals in association with governments, development practitioners and the private sector. We wish to draw attention to the role that community institutions can play in delivering development policy objectives in the community through, for example:

- helping citizens access government data, information and services
- offering safe spaces for women, girls and other vulnerable and marginalised groups
- providing mechanisms to encourage and support civic participation, as well as initiatives to support accountability and transparency
- providing access to authoritative research and information sources on a huge variety of relevant issues

We believe that attention needs to be paid to the means of implementing the post-2015 framework, and that libraries and other community institutions can be valuable partners in doing this.
stuart.hamilton@ifla.orgStuart Hamilton, IFLAYesDr. Stuart Hamilton is the Director of Policy and Advocacy at the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA). IFLA is the global voice of libraries, with members in over 150 countries. For the past decade Dr. Hamilton has co-ordinated IFLA's work on the WSIS process, and is now the key contact for the library community's work on libraries and development. He works with many international organisations focusing on the role of information in development, including Beyond Access, Article 19 and Development Initiatives.stuart.hamilton@ifla.org

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11/7/2013 21:26:4610 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 12 December: Human rights , 9 December: Means of ImplementationShama DossaYesIt is connected with my work on Human Rights coming from a regional organization from the global south shama@arrow.org.myDr. Junice MelgarSince 1995, Junice has been the Executive Director of Likhaan (Linangan ng Kababaihan, Inc.). Likhaan is a women’s health and reproductive rights NGO engaged in establishing and running community-based primary health care centers focused on women in poor urban communities; conducting education and training on gender, health, rights and development, especially for grassroots women and NGOs; strengthening participatory governance through organizing networks of women and community-based organizations; and developing research-based proposals for policy reforms in health, gender and development. Junice has spent 17 years in mass movement/ NGO work focusing on health, women and development. She received her Doctorate in Medicine from the University of the Philippines College of Medicine in 1981. From 1983-86, she was an instructor on Histology in the School of Medicine at the West Visayas State University. She was the Deputy Secretary-General of the Coalition for the Restoration of Democracy (CORD) from 1984 to 1985 and the Executive Director of the Centre for People’s Health Resources and Services (CPHRS) from 1984 to 1988.

She became the Medical Director of the Gabriela Commission for Women’s Health and Reproductive Rights from 1991 to 1993 and was the Co-Coordinator from 1993 to 1995. She was the NGO representative in Philippines’ official delegation to the High Level Meeting to Review the Implementation of the Cairo Programme of Action sponsored by the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) in 1998 and the Hague Forum for the Cairo+5 Review sponsored by the UNFPA in 1999. In 2000, she became a Board Member of Maralitang Kababaihan Mithi’y Paglaya (MAKALAYA), Medical Action Group (MAG) and Women LEAD Foundation, Inc. Junice has also been a member of the International Advisory Group (IAG) of the Women's Global Network (WGNRR) from 2001-2003; co-convenor of Kilos Kabaro, the alliance of women for women's rights; co-convenor of the Scarlett Letter Network, the alliance of advocates working on abortion; first chair of the Reproductive Health Advocacy Network (RHAN) and a member of the RHAN Steering Committee for the last three years
"Junice L. Demeterio-Melgar" <junice@likhaan.org>

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11/9/2013 11:51:0710 December: Global partnership for achieving sustainable development , 12 December: Human rights , 11 December: Needs of countries in special situations, African countries, LDCs, LLDCs, and SIDS, as well as specific challenges facing the middle-income countries, and the right to developmentYesPINAR ILKKARACANYesPinar Ilkkaracan has been a leader on the movement for women's human rights at the international level since the 1990's. She has participated in many United Nations conferences on women's human rights as a member of the Turkish governmental delegation. She has received the prestigious prize on prestigious International Women’s Human Rights Award of the Gruber Foundation in 2007.

or ICPD, co-founder of the International Coalition for Sexual and Bodily Rights, co-founder of the Turkish Platform for ICPD+20 and SDGs and a member of the Women's Major Group. She has been working extensively on the post-2015 development agenda since 2012.
PINAR ILKKARACANYesPinar Ilkkaracan is a member of the High Level Task Force for ICPD, co-founder of the International Coalition for Sexual and Bodily Rights, co-founder of the Turkish Platform for ICPD+20 and SDGs and a member of the Women's Major Group. She has been working extensively on the post-2015 development agenda since 2012. pinar.ilkkaracan@boun.edu.trPINAR ILKKARACAN YesPinar Ilkkaracan is a worldwide recognized leading activist on human rights, especially on women's human rights with a cross-cutting perspective on health, economic and social rights, youth and migration. She has attended all CSW meetings since 1999 as a member of the Turkish governmental delegation. She is a member of the High Level Task for ICPD since 2012.

Ilkkaracan has received many awards, including the prestigious International Women’s Human Rights Award of the Gruber Foundation in 2007.
pinar.ilkkaracan@boun.edu.tr

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11/9/2013 12:08:1512 December: Human rights Dragana StojanovicYesAs a Member Association of IPPF European Network, Dragana Stojanovic and SRH Serbia, the NGO she works in, is actively engaged in protection of human rights for ISP, in particular LGBT and Roma. Serbia’s government is effectively going against its international obligations to guarantee basic rights of freedom of expression and freedom of assembly to all LGBTI people as well as all other vulnerable groups. Dragana was member of governmental delegation in 2001 on UNGASS, respectively 2006 HLM in NYC, and member of state delegation for the Post 2015 process in 2013, held in UN in Geneva. Devoted to protection of human rights, close collaboration with CSOs and governmental institutions.draganastojanovic@yahoo.co.uk
dragana.stojanovic@srh.rs
Dragana StojanovicYesPresenting a perspective from a viewpoint of SouthEastern Europe, related and networking with all the partners of IPPF on common issues such as health, reproductive rights and striving to in charge of Shadow Report for Follow Up of the MDG goals in Serbia for the High Level Meeting in NY in 2006.draganastojanovic@yahoo.co.uk
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