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TimestampWhich steering committee (or committees) interest you?25 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growthBriefly explain your interest in this steering committee. 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure developmentBriefly explain your interest in this steering committee. 27 November: Industrialization and energyBriefly explain your interest in this steering committee. Please include all contact e-mail addresses.25 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growthBriefly explain why you're recommending this panellist.26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure developmentBriefly explain why you're recommending this panellist.27 November: Industrialization and energyBriefly explain why you're recommending this panellist.Please include all contact e-mail addresses.

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7/8/2013 9:05:1327 November: Industrialization and energycarpentier@un.orgcarpentier@un.org

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7/15/2013 15:19:2025 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growthMETIS Global Awareness Network NGO Accredited Observer to the UNFCCC has developed and promotes Sustainable Future Eco Landmarks; a GLOBAL initiative to promote sustainable development LOCAL IMPLEMENTATION based on GLOBAL indicators and a NEW BUSINESS MODEL. Please visit http://goo.gl/WkRVW . The initiative is a paradigm. mhtiswan@gmail.com ; mhtiswan@otenet.gr Andreas AbdreopoulosYesAndreas Andreopoulos, Climate Communication expert is the main instigator of Sustainable Future Eco Landmarks; he has also developed the most of paradigm infrastructure; last but not least he
is crafting initiative's Human GLOBAL NETWORK. He is Linkedin + 500 and an active social engineer.
mhtiswan@gmail.com

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7/16/2013 0:34:2625 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growthsdo2104@columbia.edusdo2104@columbia.edu

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7/16/2013 1:10:3225 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure development, 27 November: Industrialization and energyWilson KivatiYesI have extensive and impeccable experience in this topic and wish to contribute my knowledge in advancing our themeN/AYesI have extensive and impeccable experience in this topic and wish to contribute my knowledge in advancing our themeN/AYesThis is an area that is going to create thousands of jobs for our people, and feel that we are at the right position to help advance this topicwilson.kivati@aol.comWilson KivatiYesI have extensive and impeccable experience in this topic and wish to contribute my knowledge in advancing our themewilson.kivati@aol.com

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7/17/2013 10:06:3526 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure developmentCeline ParamundaYes Requested by the Exe Committee of NGO FFD (Financing For Development) That Celine be a member in the steering committee to represent the members active in the topic since Monterrey Conference in 2002. germaine3411@hotmail.com

celine@mmsmission.net
germaine3411@hotmail.com

celine@mmsmission.net

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7/17/2013 11:41:4325 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure developmentANPEDYesI think it is important that OPs take the role of facilitating the process on this issue, as follow up of the Green Economy. There we managed to find the balance between sometimes very different views. leida@anped.orgFriends of the Earth InternationalYesThey have specific view on this topic, including priorities for the South

Names: Nnimmo Bassey (Nigeria) (former director)
Jagoda Munic (Croatia) (current director)
nnimmo@gmail.com
za@zelena-akcija.hr

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7/23/2013 16:49:0825 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure development, 27 November: Industrialization and energyCaroline Usikpedo-OmoniyeYesI am interested in the steering committee to plan and facilitate the meetings, share my experience and first to bring the voices of women especially grassroots voices, assure effective public participation of women's non-governmental groups in the UN policy processes on sustainable development, and contribute to the intergovernmental processes on Sustainable Development Goals and its link to the Post 2015 Development Agenda, the UN Environment Program (UNEP) and other outcomes of the RIO processes.
Caroline Usikpedo-Omoniye-nigerdeltawomen@gmail.comGrace AkpodieteYesShe 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.Grace Akpodiete-nigerdeltawomen@gmail.com

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7/31/2013 20:25:0025 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure development, 27 November: Industrialization and energyJosé Hermano O FrancoYesGood night. I'm a manager at an environmental NGO named AMA Pangeia located in a brazilian town called Pará de Minas, in the state of Minas Gerais. I'm biologist and project manager. All steering committees interests me because I'm president of Environmental Development Municipal Council and all this knowledge will help a lot, my town will grow very much in the next ten years. Thanks for attention.José Hermano O FrancoYesRead the first day please.José Hermano O FrancoYesRead the first day please.josehermanofranco@yahoo.com.brjosehermanofranco@yahoo.com.br

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8/1/2013 12:59:3625 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure development, 27 November: Industrialization and energyJafar Abdulkadir DanesiYesDanesi is interested in addressing the problem of access to finance and other resources that poor Small and Medium enterprenuer need to grow their business, contribute to decreasing unemployment and national economy growth.

The fact that is sector face and is still facing serious neglect by government of developing countries such as Nigeria. The question is how do we provide the necessary finacial support to help the small enterprise?
Jafar Abdulkadir DanesiYesDanesi want to faciliatate a discussion on strategy to facilitate Macroeconomic management policy. This has become necessary considering the fact that the major problem of developing countries is lack of capacity to develop macroeconomic policy framework and putting in place structure and processes for effective management.

We need to learn from the experiences of the developed economy.
jafdang@yahoo.co.uk
policyresearchnigeria@yahoo.com
Jafar Abdulkadir DanesiYesJafar DanesiYesThere is connect between energy and industrialization. the problem of low industrialization in underdeveloped coutries is reinforced by poor energypolicyresearchnigeria@yahoo.com

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8/2/2013 10:42:0625 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure development, 27 November: Industrialization and energyraimundo@bwanet.org
shannon@bwanet.org
fandj@bwanet.org
raimundo@bwanet.org
shannon@bwanet.org
fandj@bwanet.org

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8/4/2013 10:42:4225 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growthI have two relevant roles. First, I am the Director of Initiative for Equality and global convenor of the Equity and Sustainability Field Hearings Project, which is bringing input to the OWG from hundreds of marginalized communities around the globe (see slide show at https://www.initiativeforequality.org/images/FieldHearingsSlideShowJuly2013.pdf). It is critical that I play a role in determining how best to bring these voices to the OWG. Second, I am an academic researcher specializing in economic inequality, its causes and impacts, including the role of inequality in perpetuating poverty (about which I recently wrote a data-derived chapter for CROP - Comparative Research Programme on Poverty). Inclusive growth and sustainable development is a specialty of mine.Deborah S. Rogers, PhD
representative of Women Environmental Programme, Abuja, Nigeria
Director, IfE (Initiative for Equality)
Affiliated Researcher, IRiSS (Stanford University
Institute for Research in the Social Sciences)
Email: deborah.rogers@initiativeforequality.org
Skype: deborahsrogers
website: www.initiativeforequality.org
Deborah S. Rogers, PhDYesDeborah Rogers (myself) is leading a global initiative to bring the voices of hundreds of marginalized communities into the global SDG discussion. She is working with over 225 local and national civil society and academic partners now, reaching out into well over 500 under-served and very poor communities around the world. She has a unique perspective on what these community members are experiencing and wish for, in their own words, which she can briefly convey to the OWG. Deborah S. Rogers, PhD
representative of Women Environmental Programme, Abuja, Nigeria
Director, IfE (Initiative for Equality)
Affiliated Researcher, IRiSS (Stanford University
Institute for Research in the Social Sciences)
Email: deborah.rogers@initiativeforequality.org
Skype: deborahsrogers
website: www.initiativeforequality.org

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8/4/2013 12:02:5925 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure development, 27 November: Industrialization and energyDeborah S. Rogers, PhDYesDr. Deborah is involvement in the Field Hearings Project, and as an expert on the relationship between inequality, poverty, and sustainable development.sano.stec@gmail.com;
rogers.deborah@gmail.com
Deborah S. Rogers, PhDYesrepresentative of Women Environmental Programme, Abuja, Nigeria
Director, IfE (Initiative for Equality)
Affiliated Researcher, IRiSS (Stanford University Institute for Research in the Social Sciences)
Deborah S. Rogers, PhDYesrepresentative of Women Environmental Programme, Abuja, Nigeria
Director, IfE (Initiative for Equality)
Affiliated Researcher, IRiSS (Stanford University Institute for Research in the Social Sciences)
Deborah S. Rogers, PhDYesrepresentative of Women Environmental Programme, Abuja, Nigeria
Director, IfE (Initiative for Equality)
Affiliated Researcher, IRiSS (Stanford University Institute for Research in the Social Sciences)
rogers.deborah@gmail.com
sano.stec@gmail.com

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8/4/2013 12:47:5525 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growthI am Tina S. Clemente, a representative of the
Women Environmental Programme in Abuja, Nigeria. My interest concerns various development issues that relate to sustained and inclusive economic growth.
Tina S. Clemente, Ph.D.
Representative for the Women Enviromental Programme, Abuja, Nigeria

Assistant Professor
Asian Center, University of the Philippines
+64(2)9203535
tinaclemente2012@gmail.com
Deborah S. Rogers, Ph.D.YesDr. Rogers, a representative of the Women Environmental Programme, Abuja, Nigeria, is fitting to be a panelist given her involvement in the Global Equity and Sustainability Field Hearings Project. She is an expert on the relationship between inequality, poverty, and sustainable development. She will bring a summary of input from all the communities where Field Hearings have already been conducted.





Deborah S. Rogers, PhD
representative of Women Environmental Programme, Abuja, Nigeria
Director, IfE (Initiative for Equality)
Affiliated Researcher, IRiSS (Stanford University Institute for Research in the Social Sciences)
Email: deborah.rogers@initiativeforequality.org
Skype: deborahsrogers
website: www.initiativeforequality.org

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8/4/2013 18:47:3825 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growthAnthony AkpanYesAnthony Akpan
representative of Women Environmental Programme, Abuja, Nigeria
President
Pan African Vision for the Environment (PAVE)
2nd Floor, Rear Flat,
59, Palm Avenue, Mushin
Lagos, Nigeria
Tel: +2348033510419,
Email: ajakpan@yahoo.com
Website: www.pavenigeria.org

West Africa Regional Coordinator for the Initiative for Equality Field Hearing Project
ajakpan@yahoo.comDeborah S. Rogers, PhDYesDeborah S. Rogers, PhD
representative of Women Environmental Programme, Abuja, Nigeria
Director, IfE (Initiative for Equality)
Affiliated Researcher, IRiSS (Stanford University Institute for Research in the Social Sciences)
Email: deborah.rogers@initiativeforequality.org
Skype: deborahsrogers
website: www.initiativeforequality.org

Her involvement in the Field Hearings Project, and as an expert on the relationship between inequality, poverty, and sustainable development. She will bring a summary of input from all the communities where Field Hearings have already been conducted.
ajakpan@yahoo.com

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8/5/2013 8:22:2025 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growthDeborah S. Rogers, PhDYesIt has a direct involvement with the Field Hearings Project, and as an expert on the relationship between inequality, poverty, and sustainable development. She will bring a summary of input from all the communities where Field Hearings have already been conducted across the globe.Deborah S. Rogers, PhD
Representative of Women Environmental Programme, Abuja, Nigeria
Director, IfE (Initiative for Equality)
Affiliated Researcher, IRiSS (Stanford University Institute for Research in the Social Sciences)
Email: deborah.rogers@initiativeforequality.org
Skype: deborahsrogers
website: www.initiativeforequality.org
Deborah S. Rogers, PhDYesAs a speaker – she is directly involved in the Field Hearings Project, and she has expertise on the relationship between inequality, poverty, and sustainable development. Moreover, she will bring a summary of input from all the communities where Field Hearings have already been conducted across the globe. Deborah S. Rogers, PhD
Representative of Women Environmental Programme, Abuja, Nigeria
Director, IfE (Initiative for Equality)
Affiliated Researcher, IRiSS (Stanford University Institute for Research in the Social Sciences)
Email: deborah.rogers@initiativeforequality.org
Skype: deborahsrogers
website: www.initiativeforequality.org

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8/5/2013 10:06:1925 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growthWomen Environmental ProgrammeYesI am interested in the steering committee of the Women Environmental Programme as it has in direct relationship with the field hearing project of the Initiative for Equality which brings out the burning issue on how negative environment directly affects the life of the rural woman and as a consequence of Climate Change. This has a direct relationship between inequality, poverty, and sustainable development. Eyambe Samuel Akale Clifford
Women Environmental Programme, Abuja, Nigeria.
Regional Coordinator for Central Africa - IfE / FHP
+32493 877464 / +31645118395 / +23774045807
Skype: Samuel Eyambe
Email: clifford121@hotmail.com
Deborah S. RogersYesAs a speaker, she is directly involved in the Field Hearings Project, and as an expert on the relationship between inequality, poverty, and sustainable development, she will bring on board and lot of value added from our projects on poverty around the world. She will bring a summary of input from all the communities where Field Hearings have already been conducted across the globe which brings to light the level of poverty of the disempowered of our society. Deborah S. Rogers, PhD
Representative of Women Environmental Programme, Abuja, Nigeria
Director, IfE (Initiative for Equality)
Affiliated Researcher, IRiSS (Stanford University Institute for Research in the Social Sciences)
Email: deborah.rogers@initiativeforequality.org
Skype: deborahsrogers
website: www.initiativeforequality.org

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8/6/2013 5:26:1025 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growthYesSustainable Development Goals processes require contributions from diverse range of voices. My interest is to interact directly and meet face to face with global policy makers and other actors to add input from public field hearings that can create entry space for the voice of marginalized communities to be heard. I am aware of the grand opportunities this forum provides to learn and share from stakeholders and other players in order to make a better world for all. George W.Chaima, PhD
Representative for Environmental Women Programme in Abuja, Nigeria
Country Director for New Restoration Plan - Malawi
Bhana House, Livingstone St
P.O. Box 1790, Blantyre, Malawi
www.newresmi.com
skype: george.chaima
Email: gpwchaima@aim.com
Deborah S.Rogers, PhDYesDeborah is one of the speakers and she is involved in the Field Hearings since she is a global convener for Initiative for Equality project. She is an expert in inequality, poverty and sustainable development. The event will give an opportunity for Deborah to bring a summary of inputs from all the communities where Field Hearings were already conducted.Deborah S. Rogers, PhD
representative of Women Environmental Programme, Abuja, Nigeria
Director, IfE (Initiative for Equality)
Affiliated Researcher, IRiSS (Stanford University Institute for Research in the Social Sciences)
Email: deborah.rogers@initiativeforequality.org
Skype: deborahsrogers
website: www.initiativeforequality.org

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8/8/2013 18:30:2725 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growthArelys BelloriniYesHas been actively engage in the Rio+20 process and the Post-2015 development agenda.
Active member of Civil Society and their engagement to positively input into intergovernmental processes.
Active engagement with UN Permanent Missions in New York.
Arelys_bellorini@wvi.orgArelys_bellorini@wvi.org

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8/13/2013 11:34:3126 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure developmentOla GoranssonNoTesting - please ignoreOla GoranssonNoTesting - please ignoreOla GoranssonNoTesting - please ignoreola@computeragent.netola@computeragent.net

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8/13/2013 12:34:5426 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure developmentYesBro. Steven O'Neil, SMYesMy organization is a member of the New York based NGO Committee on FFD. Bro. Steve is the current Vice Chair of the Committee. Bro. Steven O'Neil, BroSteve@MarianistNGO.orgBro. Steven O'Neil, SMYesMy organization is a member of the New York based NGO Committee on FFD. Bro. Steve is the current Vice Chair of the Committee. BroSteve@MarianistNGO.org

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8/15/2013 15:52:1325 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure developmentGalymzhan KirbassovYesAs the Journalists and Writers Foundation, an international NGO in general consultative status with the EcoSoc, we advocate for inclusive economic growth which can be achieved through several public policies. We would like to join this committee and contribute to the efficiency of the meetings. Galymzhan Kirbassov is our NY representative to the UN, Ph.D candidate and lecturer at Columbia University.g.kirbassov@gyv.org.trg.kirbassov@gyv.org.tr

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8/19/2013 12:33:2725 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure development, 27 November: Industrialization and energyDeborah S. Rogers, PhDYesI have been serving as the East, South and Southeast Asia Regional Coordinator and Steering Committee member of the https://www.initiativeforequality.org/Dr. Deborah S. RogersYesShe will make a presentation and i will be assisting her as the co-presenter of the findings from our global network from https://www.initiativeforequality.org/Dr. Deborah S. RogersYesWe find out and see the synergy and will make our presentations accordingly rogers.deborah@gmail.com
sano.stec@gmail.com
Deborah S. Rogers, PhDYesWe will be presenting the findings from global network from https://www.initiativeforequality.org/ as Sustained and inclusive economic growth was one of the Field Hearing subject mattersDeborah S. Rogers, PhDYesShe will be sharing the findings and recommendation from the global study thereDeborah S. Rogers, PhDYesShe will be presenting our findings where i will be assisting as the co presenterrogers.deborah@gmail.com
sano.stec@gmail.com

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8/19/2013 14:24:5725 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure development, 27 November: Industrialization and energyYesYesYesORGANIZATION: International Chamber of Commerce

Contacts:
Louise Kantrow - lkw@iccwbo.org
Lea Felluss - lfs@iccwbo.org
We will have to revert soon. No suggestions yet.

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8/19/2013 14:28:3225 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure development, 27 November: Industrialization and energyLouise KantrowYesLouise KantrowYesLouise KantrowYesLouise Kantrow - lkw@iccwbo.orglkw@iccwbo.org

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8/20/2013 12:38:1725 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growthYesTo contribute to efforts to influence economic policies towards equality and social and environmental sustainability. Particularly support efforts to ensure in put from local communities from Sub-Sahran Africa and follow how their concerns are being addressed.Richard Osaliya, representative - Women Environmental Programme, Abuja, Nigeria,
Founder & Executive Director, CRESUNA-Africa
PhD. Candidate - University of Nairobi
Email: osaliya@yahoo.com/osaliya@gmail.com.
Tel. +256 782 451815/ + 254 789 259 212
Skype: osaliyar; facebook: http://www.facebook.com/osaliya;
Twitter: @Osaliya
Deborah S. Rogers (PhD)YesDr. Deborah Rogers is the lead of the Field Hearings Project, and she is an expert on the relationship between inequality, poverty, and sustainable development. Deborah will present a summary of input from all the communities where Field Hearings have already been conducted, thus voices from these local communities.YesDeborah S. Rogers, PhD
representative of Women Environmental Programme, Abuja, Nigeria
Director, IfE (Initiative for Equality)
Affiliated Researcher, IRiSS (Stanford University Institute for Research in the Social Sciences)
Email: deborah.rogers@initiativeforequality.org
Skype: deborahsrogers
website: www.initiativeforequality.org

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8/23/2013 15:37:3925 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growthfuller@blacksmithinstitute.org, rachael@blacksmithinstitute.orgRichard FullerYesToxic chemicals from industry and mining may affect the health of as many as 200 million people in low- and middle-income countries. Without intervention and cleanup, toxic pollution poses real long-term health and environmental challenges. It can significantly impede economic and social development, as well as achievement of any new Sustainable Development Goals.
Successful, affordable interventions to mitigate toxic exposures while protecting livelihoods and reducing poverty are available. These can increase access to valuable resources, including previously-degraded urban land. Enacting solutions now can help avoid longer-term costs, such as cognitive impairment of children and rising health care costs from toxics-associated illness.

The Global Alliance on Health and Pollution (GAHP) is a new international partnership offering technical expertise, guidance and resources to low- and middle-income countries to help clean up toxic sites, prevent re-contamination and guard against future pollution. Richard Fuller is the President of Blacksmith Institute, which is currently service as GAHP Secretariat. Mr. Fuller would present to the Open Working Group the scope of toxic pollution globally (which primarily impacts the poorest populations in low and middle-income countries), the global burden of disease from toxic pollution, successful strategies for mitigation, and show how the new Global Alliance on Health and Pollution can be used as a tool to promote sustainable development. Blacksmith Institute is accredited with UNEP.
fuller@blacksmithinstitute.org, rachael@blacksmithinstitute.org

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8/23/2013 3:04:2025 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure development, 27 November: Industrialization and energyJean-Sébastien SauvourelYesJean-Sébastien SauvourelYesJean-Sébastien SauvourelYesjs.sauvourel@villesmoyennes.asso.frJean-Sébastien SauvourelYesJean-Sébastien SauvourelYesJean-Sébastien SauvourelYesjs.sauvourel@villesmoyennes.asso.fr

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8/25/2013 15:05:3725 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure development, 27 November: Industrialization and energy4,Mabengi lemba salongo sud
flory_lisangi@yahoo.fr
YesYesflory_lisangi@yahoo.fr

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9/11/2013 19:29:1227 November: Industrialization and energyYesYesI am an active member of the Mining Working Group at the United Nations. We bring the voice and experience of our members on the ground on sustainable energy and on the human righs and ecological abuses related to supposedly clean ( for eg natural gas through hydofracking) or efficient and affordable energy ( hydroelectic power).
Addressing sustainable energy and the cross- cutting negative impact of short term and fossil fuel based energy solutions on life, health, livelihood, gender equality for peoples and communiites for all is a key priorty for us. We have a lot to offer the global policy space on this issue, esp. as we look to a transformative sustainable development agenda post 2015. This priorty and experience would add value to the deliberations and preparations of the steering committee.
mgc@mercyinternational.iemgc@mercyinternational.ie

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9/20/2013 16:04:5526 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure developmentNicole BidegainYesDAWN is one of the Organizing partner of the Women Major Group and is already facilitating the preparation of WMG members that will engage in the OWG session (including preparation of key recommendations to avoid gender biased fiscal and trade policies based on WMG positions and compiling a list of expert and grassroots women from different regions to be present in OWG session 5). Moreover, DAWN is also part of the NGO Facilitators in the Financing for Development Process. Engaging in both communities gives DAWN an strategic position to conduct a consultative process that will end up with a list of feminist recommended speakers to be considered by the Steering Committee as a whole. nicole@dawnnet.orgnicole@dawnnet.org

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9/27/2013 21:51:4125 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure development, 27 November: Industrialization and energyBLESSING MMEJEYesYesblessing.m@live.comBLESSING MMEJEYesblessing.m@live.com

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10/1/2013 17:39:3125 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure developmentMatt SimondsYesI have participated as a "co-facilitator" at the most recent OWG on behalf of the workers and trade unions major group. I do not wish to take on this role this time, however, I would like to be be part of the selection process in an effort to ensure a balanced and representative list of speakers. Matt simondsYesI have participated as a "co-facilitator" at the most recent OWG on behalf of the workers and trade unions major group. I do not wish to take on this role this time, however, I would like to be be part of the selection process in an effort to ensure a balanced and representative list of speakers. Simonds@tuac.org
Matt.simonds@ituc-csi.org
Davids EtyangYesDavids is a researcher for the East African trade union confederation. He brings the perspective of a worker/trade unionist from East Africa and has experience to share with respect to issues of employment and the quality of employment--or for the trade union movement a major component of inclusive and sustainable growth. He has participated in a number of Post 2015 related meetings already and is well accustomed to the international dynamic. Georgios AltinztisYesGeorgios is a policy officer in the ITUCs department of economic and social policy. He focuses specifically on macroeconomic issues--in particular on trade and financial architecture. He covers a number of intergovernmental processes like the G20 and institutions like WTO. Georgios.altintzis@ituc-csi.org
Davieeaty@yahoo.co.uk
Simonds@tuac.org
Matt.simonds@ituc-csi.org

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10/2/2013 4:42:0325 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure developmentThis topic is one of my (and my organisations) main interest and knowledge.This topic is one of my (and my organisations) main interest and knowledge.leida@anped.orgleida@anped.org

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10/2/2013 11:33:0427 November: Industrialization and energyAnabella RosembergYesI would like to participate in this steering committee on behalf of the trade union and worker major group as an organizing partner and as someone familiar with the dynamics of these processes within the major groups structures. Rosemberg@tuac.orgDave FosterYesDave is a former US steelworker and now the director of the Blue Green Alliance which is a partnership between labor organizations and environmental organizations working towards clean energy and green jobs. Rosemberg@tuac.org

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10/3/2013 8:47:0625 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure development, 27 November: Industrialization and energyElizaveta Filatova, Alelsey AlekseevYesElizaveta Filatova, Aleksey AlekseevYesElizaveta Filatova, Aleksey AlekseevYesLizfilatova@gmail.com
Parus_7@mail.ru
Elizaveta Filatova, Aleksey AlekseyevYesElizaveta Filatova, Aleksey AlekseyevYesElizaveta Filatova, Aleksey AlekseyevYesLizfilatova@gmail.com
Parus_7@mail.ru

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10/3/2013 11:06:5325 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure developmentacaliari@coc.orgAldo CaliariYesMy organization worked on Bretton Woods Institutions and financial regulation, and their convergence with Financing for development Processes at the UN for the last 13 years. Some activities we have carried out relevant to mention in this context:
--In the lead up to the International Conference on FFD in Monterrey we played a key role bringing organizations not focused on the UN, especially Washington –based NGOs, to engage in FFD, and its follow up
--We organized side-events, as well as numerous closed briefings on these matters for G77 countries, and numerous regional seminars and consultations with government officials on a range of issues of finance and trade (a list available upon request).
--We organized with the Office of the high commissioner for Human Rights several events, workshops and roundtables to discuss linkages between human rights and Financing for Development matters (a list available upon request).
--I am a member of the board of Jubilee USA (www.jubileeusa.org) and chair the Resources for Development Working Group of CIDSE, the international alliance of Catholic agencies (www.cidse.org), and member of the recently-established UNCTAD Working Group on Debt Workout mechanisms. Center of Concern also coordinates the International Working Group on Trade-Finance Linkages, a worldwide collective of the major trade and financial advocacy organizations (https://www.coc.org/rbw/trade-finance-linkages ) , and Rightingfinance (www.rightingfinance.org) a collective of human rights and gender networks to promote a human rights-based approach to financial regulation issues.
Aldo CaliariYesMy organization worked on Bretton Woods Institutions and financial regulation, and their convergence with Financing for development Processes at the UN for the last 13 years. Some activities we have carried out relevant to mention in this context:
--In the lead up to the International Conference on FFD in Monterrey we played a key role bringing organizations not focused on the UN, especially Washington –based NGOs, to engage in FFD, and its follow up
--We organized side-events, as well as numerous closed briefings on these matters for G77 countries, and numerous regional seminars and consultations with government officials on a range of issues of finance and trade (a list available upon request).
--We organized with the Office of the high commissioner for Human Rights several events, workshops and roundtables to discuss linkages between human rights and Financing for Development matters (a list available upon request).
--I am a member of the board of Jubilee USA (www.jubileeusa.org) and chair the Resources for Development Working Group of CIDSE, the international alliance of Catholic agencies (www.cidse.org), and member of the recently-established UNCTAD Working Group on Debt Workout mechanisms. Center of Concern also coordinates the International Working Group on Trade-Finance Linkages, a worldwide collective of the major trade and financial advocacy organizations (https://www.coc.org/rbw/trade-finance-linkages ) , and Rightingfinance (www.rightingfinance.org) a collective of human rights and gender networks to promote a human rights-based approach to financial regulation issues.
acaliari@coc.org

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10/4/2013 12:46:3225 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growthnicole@dawnnet.orgMagda LanuzaYesMagda Lanuza is a Nicaraguan feminist, activist and scholar who has worked for over 17 years on sustainable development issues, water resources, natural resources depletion and macro-economic policies. She is now the Latin American coordinator of the Canadian Private Foundation working in Central America on rural sustainable development and women human rights. She has been part of Women Working Group on Financing for Development since 2009 and has participated in the process of the UN Conference on the Financial Crisis in 2010. She was until 2012 the Coordinator of the Agribusiness Accountability Initiative for Latin America. She has given talks at different international Fora on issues related to her work focusing in the Central America Region. She has researched on rural women and free trade policies, dimensions of the ecological debt and water legal framework in Nicaragua. She also has served in different Central American Non Profits and international organizations. She holds a Masters Degree on Sustainable International Development from Brandeis University, Massachusetts, United States. She also holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Central American University, Managua, Nicaragua. She is engaging with the Women's Major Group, starting to participate in the Advocacy Group that will cover OWG 5. So she will be able to gather contributions from WMG and deliver a strong and concrete recommendations based on her expertise and the inputs from more than 500 women's organizations. Corina Rodríguez Enríquez.YesCorina Rodríguez EnríquezShe is an Argentinean Economist (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina), MA in Public Policy and Administration (Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, The Netherlands) and PhD in Social Sciences from Latin-American F. aculty of Social Sciences, Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is researcher from the National Council of Scientific and Technical Research at the Interdisciplinary Centre for the Study of Public Policy in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has also worked for different international agencies, as ECLAC, ILO, UNDP and UN-Women. She is part of the Gender and Macroeconomics Latin American Group (GEM-LAC) and a board member of the International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE). She has extensively worked on trade, fiscal and social policies, labour market and social protection, income distribution, inequality and poverty, and care economy.She is engaging with the Women's Major Group, starting to participate in the Advocacy Group that will cover OWG 5. So she will be able to gather contributions from WMG and deliver a strong and concrete recommendations based on her expertise and the inputs from more than 500 women's organizations. Magda Lanuza: lanuzamagda@gmail.com
Corina Rodríguez: crodriguezenriquez@ciepp.org.ar

Nicole Bidegain: nicole@dawnnet.org

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10/4/2013 12:51:0125 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growthYesnicole@dawnnet.orgHibist Kassa YesHibist Kassa is a Research Associate of Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN). She has also worked as a Youth Framing Paper Partner with the Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) and with the Network of Women's Rights in Ghana (NETRIGHT). She is also an alumna of the DAWN Africa Regional Training Institute and Third World Network-Africa's Activist School. Her work has been published in the African Agenda and DAWN Informs. She has also contributed to a forthcoming book entitled The Remaking of Social Contracts, which is published by Zed Books. Her areas of interest and work include labour, gender, extractivism and climate change. She is currently working with a network of activists in Africa undertaking research and advocacy on the interlinkages between gender, economic and ecological justice in Africa. Hibist is the co-lead of the WMG Advocacy Group on Development Paradigm & Global Economic Governance (Macroeconomic policies; Corporate Accountability; Financing & MoI) that will cover OWG 5. So she will be able to gather contributions from WMG and deliver a strong and concrete recommendations based on her expertise and the inputs from more than 500 women's organizations.Hibist Kassa: hibkasa@gmail.com

Nicole Bidegain: nicole@dawnnet.org

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10/4/2013 16:04:5925 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure development, 27 November: Industrialization and energyCaroline Usikpedo-OmoniyeYesCaroline and her organization are active in the WMG, the OWG and the post-2015 conversations. She has connections to grassroots women and experience with results of non-inclusive growth.Nicole BidgegainYessee her own descriptionSascha GabizonYesSascha Gabizon is from WECF and organizing partner of the WMG. Her organization works on issues of energy and as OP for WMG she has worked extensively with the constituency on recommendations for the OWG. Knowledge of multiple stakeholders well-versed in these issues, as well as experience with the OWG, makes WECF a strategic SC member. Caroline Usikpedo-Omoniye
nigerdeltawomen@gmail.com

nicole@dawnnet.org

sascha.gabizon@wecf.eu
Mariama WilliamsYesMariama Williams is Senior research fellow with the South Centre, an intergovernmental organization of developing countries. She presently works on climate change and the post-2015 agenda in particular. She holds a PhD in Economics and has numerous publications, teaching and other experience related to economics, trade, finance and international policy.Bhumika MuchhalaYesBhumika Muchhala leads the work of Third World Network (TWN) in finance and development issues, focusing on the international financial architecture, macroeconomic policies and international financial institutions. TWN, founded 30 years ago and based in Malaysia, focuses on the right to development and key development economics issues in trade, finance, climate and biodiversity and agriculture. The organization has a strong history of infusing the progressive analyses and perspectives of the South within international negotiations, institutions and processes that set global norms, rules and policies.

Bhumika conducts public advocacy, produces research and analysis, engages in strategic organizing and capacity-building with governments, civil society and with global campaigns and social movements. Her specific areas of focus include IMF conditionalities, global capital flows, financialisation and sovereign debt. Based in New York, she follows several United Nations processes, including intergovernmental negotiations in the areas of finance and development (FfD), Post-2015, Rio+20, and the role of the UN in global governance.
Nozipho WrightNozipho Wright is Regional Network Coordinator for ENERGIA and works at the Botswana Technology Centre (BOTEC). She works renewable energies, particularly on the potential for renewable energies and decentralised power supply in southern Africa to empower women and to address the differing needs of women and men concerning renewable energies. She has been active in Rio+20 prep and related activities.mariamaw@hotmail.com

Bhumika Muchhala bhumika.muchhala@gmail.com

mabebezm@yahoo.co.uk (Nozipho Wright)

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10/4/2013 14:55:5627 November: Industrialization and energyeleanor@wedo.orgCaroline Usikpedo-OmoniyeCaroline Orobosa Usikpedo-Omoniye is the founder and current National President of the Niger Delta Women’s Movement for Peace & Development (NDWPD). She founded this NGO in 2005 with the vision to empower the Niger Delta women and the most vulnerable people in the region, she has actively fought for Gender Equality, Women’s Inclusion in Decision making and Women’s Rights and Empowerment in rural areas Nigeria. Recognized as a Women Leader in her community and across the globe, she serves as Co-chair for the Women’s Major Group of UNEP, is a Global Facilitation Team Member for the Feminist Task Force of the Global Call to Action Against Poverty (FTF-GCAP), as Member of the Anti-Corruption Internet Database (ACID) and was appointed Ambassador of Goodwill for Women Empowerment in Nigeria by the International Human Rights Commission. Caroline is also an international speaker, making interventions at meetings related to processes such as Rio+20 and Post-2015 on behalf of rural women. nigerdeltawomen@gmail.com

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10/4/2013 16:06:3427 November: Industrialization and energyeleanor@wedo.orgMariama WilliamsYesMariama Williams is Senior research fellow with the South Centre, an intergovernmental organization of developing countries. She presently works on climate change, including climate finance, and the post-2015 agenda in particular. She holds a PhD in Economics and has numerous publications, teaching and other experience related to economics, trade, finance and international policymariamaw@hotmail.com

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10/6/2013 20:35:3827 November: Industrialization and energyeleanor@wedo.orgDr. Rachel SmolkerDr. Rachel Smolker is a biological expert with a PhD in zoology who is co-director of Biofuelwatch, an organization monitoring international biofuel developments. Biofuelwatch is the regional focal point of the Global Forest Coalition, a worldwide coalition of Indigenous Peoples and NGOs striving for rights-based, socially just forest conservation policies.rsmolker@riseup.net

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10/7/2013 10:17:2125 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growthDr Pablo MuñozYesICSU wishes to nominate Dr Pablo Munoz to be a member of the Steering Committee for the 25 November event on sustained and inclusive economic growth.
Pablo Muñoz is a Argentinean and Chilean currently based in Bonn, Germany.
He is currently involved in the Inclusive Wealth Report (IWR) project, a joint initiative of UNU-IHDP and UNEP, aiming to measure, among other forms of wealth, the natural capital of nations. One of his major tasks in the project concerns the development of a wealth accounting system and its corresponding empirical measures for computing the wealth indicator. In his previous research, Dr. Muñoz was engaged in the study of societal metabolism of industrial societies by use of input-output models applied on a national and global scale. This work specially emphasized the direct and indirect environmental impacts of international trade and its relevance for a better understanding of the way consumption activities of one specific world region affect global ecological change.
Dr Pablo Munoz

IHDP Secretariat
UN Campus
Hermann-Ehlers-Str. 10
D-53113 Bonn
Germany

http://www.ihdp.unu.edu/
+49 (0) 228 815 0628
munoz@ihdp.unu.edu

Please cc Dr Anne Larigauderie (who is making this nomination):
anne.larigauderie@icsu.org
YesICSU will be making a nomination for 25 Nov in the next few days

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10/7/2013 13:09:5025 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure development, 27 November: Industrialization and energysmmasbl@gmail.comsmmasbl@gmail.com

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10/9/2013 2:21:2925 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure development, 27 November: Industrialization and energyyesYesWe are working with he united nations in the fiekld of climate change sustainable development in all sectorsNonoyesYesit is submitted that we are working the development of indistrial and engery renewable energy.askatil@rediffmail.com
info@ggsnews.com
gsingh1950@gmail.com
economic growthYeswe are recommending the aconomics growth in all sector of business.international tradeYeswe are recommended the international trade and its developmentIndustrialization and energy Yesthere should be growth in the ecnomics in the field of industrial and energy systemsaskatil@rediffmail.com
infor@ggsnews.com
gsingh1950@gmail.com

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10/9/2013 5:07:0325 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growth, 26 November: Macroeconomic policy questions (including international trade, international financial system and external debt sustainability) and infrastructure developmentCIDSE is working extensively on the concept of economic growth and questions of how the economy can be designed to address the most vulnerable and issues of inequality in a world challenged by climate change and resource constraint. There were the foremost concerns that we raised in the context of Rio+20 and intend to continue to work on this agenda in the follow-up process, i.e. in the Open Working Group. In our advocacy, we link up with a broad range of civil society stakeholders and believe that we have an added value in ensuring an inclusive process which strategically ensures that our messages are communicated. CIDSE strives to ensure that the link between human rights standards and obligations and macroeconomic policies is made in the Post-2015 framework and the SDGs. The Open Working Group is an important venue to raise these issues and discuss how this can be realised. In our advocacy, we link up with a broad range of civil society stakeholders and believe that we have an added value in ensuring an inclusive process which strategically ensures that our messages are communicated. saldanha@cidse.orgAldo CaliariAldo Caliari is working extensively on issues on growth and development, and the systemic interlinkages between the various factors that impact on growth and development. He has spoken and written extensively on this topic.Aldo CaliariYesAldo Caliari is the leading force behind the "Righting Finance" initiative and strives to ensure that human rights obligations receive due consideration in the macroeconomic policy direction of the future framework and set of goals. He has spoken and written extensively on this topic as well as organised several meetings and other fora to put this on the agenda.acaliari@coc.org

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10/15/2013 8:41:4727 November: Industrialization and energyBernadette Fischler, Post-2015 Policy Analyst, CAFOD (CIDSE, Caritas Internationalis)YesCAFOD has been convening a series of roundtables together with WWF UK and with the support of CAN-International and Beyond 2015 on how to integrate climate change into the post-2015 framework. The roundtables brought environment and development organizations together to discuss concrete suggestions with representatives from the UN, government and other sectors.

We are planning to contribute the resulting discussion papers to the OWG discussion on energy using universal energy access as one area to illustrate concrete suggestions. Therefore we would be interested to support the Major Groups coordination on this day and offer our services as one of the panellists during the morning session of 27 November.
bfischler@cafod.org.ukYesBernadette Fischler, Post-2015 Policy Analyst, CAFOD (CIDSE, Caritas Internationalis)YesCAFOD has been convening a series of roundtables together with WWF UK and with the support of CAN-International and Beyond 2015 on how to integrate climate change into the post-2015 framework. The roundtables brought environment and development organizations together to discuss concrete suggestions with representatives from the UN, government and other sectors.

We are planning to contribute the resulting discussion papers to the OWG discussion on energy using universal energy access as one area to illustrate concrete suggestions. Therefore we would be interested to support the Major Groups engagement on energy and offer our services as one of the panellists during the morning session of 27 November.
bfischler@cafod.org.uk

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10/25/2013 9:47:5625 November: Sustained and inclusive economic growthgisbert.glaser@icsu.orgDr Haripriya GundimedaYesDr Gundimeda is associated with the Inclusive Wealth Report and as a Professor at the Dept. of Humanities and Social Sciences; Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, her research is focused on green accounting and natural resource and environmental economics.Dr. Leena ShrivastavaYesDr. Shrivastava is Vice-Chancellor of the TERI University, New Delhi. She was associated with the Global Energy Assessment (GEA), as well as with the UN Secretary General's High-level Group on Sustainable Energy. The focus of her research is on energy economics.gharipriya@gmail.com
leena@teri.res.in

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10/28/2013 6:59:3027 November: Industrialization and energyastrid.walkerbourne@practicalaction.org.ukastrid.walkerbourne@practicalaction.org.uk

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10/29/2013 7:00:2627 November: Industrialization and energyastrid.walkerbourne@practicalaction.org.ukastrid.walkerbourne@practicalaction.org.uk