|Timestamp||Family / last name||Given / first name||Name of Organisation||Title||Country of Residence||Nationality||Would you be satisfied with the following themes for the roundtable discussions in the hearings, which follows the structure of the outcome document for the post-2015 development agenda?||Please indicate your preferred theme for Panel 1 (Day 1)||Please indicate your preferred theme for Panel 2 (Day 1)||Please indicate your preferred theme for Panel 3 (Day 2)||Please indicate your preferred theme for Panel 4 (Day 2)||Optional: Please provide comments regarding why you prefer the above options|
|3/10/2015 3:19:42||Das||Samir Kumar||International Movement for Advancement of Education Culture Social & Economic Development (IMAECSED)||Mr.||INDIA||Indian||Yes||Suuustainable Development Goalss||Poverty eradication is the greatest global challenge facing the world today and promoting sustainable patterns of consumption and production and protecting and managing the natural resource base of economic and social development is an indispensable requirement for sustainable development.|
It committed to work together to promote sustained and inclusive economic growth, social development and environmental protection and thereby to benefit all, in particular the children, youth and future generations of the world without distinction of any kind such as age, sex, disability, culture, race, ethnicity, origin, migratory, religion, economic or other status. It ensures inequality, sustainable consumption and production pattern, etc.
I believe it is the most significant theme to cover all aspects of development.
|3/10/2015 7:25:56||Kusum||Bhawani Shanker||Gram Bharati Samiti (GBS)||Secretary||India||Indian||Yes||Sustainable Development Goals, targets and indicators||Follow up and Review||Our organization is committed to promote sustainable development and protection of environment. We work without distinction of age, sex, race, religion etc. It is the most significant theme to cover almost all aspects of development.|
|3/10/2015 7:54:25||Es'haqi||Najat||University of Bahrain/ Bahrain Academic Society||Dr.||Bahrain||Bahraini||No||Sustainable Development Goals,Targets and Indicators||Means of Implementation||Declaration||Follow up and Review||Declaration is the outcome of what have been discussed and reviewed on all of the conferences, events, discussions,.... etc on SDGs thus it is wise to look at the declaration after discussing the SDGs in its almost final form and the means of implementation. Consequently, follow up and review will conclude the discussion....|
|3/10/2015 12:14:59||ALVAREZ||Isis||global forest coalition||gender advisor||Colombia||colombiqn||Yes|
|3/10/2015 14:35:56||van Houwelingen||Arjan||World Animal Protection||Head of Strategic Poicy and Public Affairs||United Kingdom||Netherlands||No||What are the minimum requirements for the Post-2015 development agenda to be 'transformative'||How to make the Declaration inspirational||Securing 'sustainable development' through picking the right indicators||Participation in follow up and review as a route to universality||Civil society organizations and other stakeholders have been given ample opportunity to influence the content of the Post-2015 development agenda and will continue to do so even after the agenda will be agreed and is being implemented. What is needed at this stage is a clearer idea and, possibly, growing consensus on how to bind the various elements together with a focus on ensuring that the agenda will be truly transformational, inspirational and universal while enabling the global community to actually and practically make the switch from development to sustainable development.|
|3/10/2015 16:03:06||Sloan||Terry||Southwest Native Cultures||Director||United States||Native American-Navajo and Hopi||Yes||Declaration-Specifics||Sustainable Development Goals, targets and indicators.||Means of Implementation||Follow up and review||The recommended format is logical. What also needs to be decided collectively, is what Articles of the UNDRIP will be implemented realistically by the member States, that way everyone can begin to focus on specifics. This will lead us into the focus from the Outcome Document of Sustainable Development goals. I hope by this discussion that much has already been done towards those means and that coming to the table would be what and how too ideas. We will need methods and procedures at this point. In other words, written guidance or at least an outline.|
|3/11/2015 1:04:06||Faiqoh||Faiqoh||Aliansi Remaja Independen||Indonesia||Indonesia||Yes||My organization is a youth led organization which focus to SRHR, employment and education for all of young people in Indonesia. I want in this opportunity, the discussion will more talk about how the government in Indonesia could give comprehensive sexuality education and youth friendly health services that is accessible and affordable for young people. CSE is one of platform that should be fullfiled because there were many problems when CSE is not fulfilled. I hope, this discussion will give more attention that young people has full right to access SRHR (especially CSE and YFS) in Indonesia.|
|3/11/2015 2:06:27||Lauron||Maria Theresa||CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness||Co-chair||Philippines||Filipino||Yes|
|3/11/2015 5:47:10||Leagnavar||Punjanit||Global Reporting Initiative||USA||USA||No||Follow up and Review - the role of non-state actors (private sector and civil society)||Global partnership - the who and the how||GRI recommends the following as panel themes for the roundtable discussions in the May hearings. The organization feels that these themes have been underrepresented in the negotiations and events, and this would provide a platform for stakeholders to offer their perspectives on how these two themes can be integrated into the post-2015 agenda.|
|3/11/2015 15:27:05||Klein||Jonathan||NCD Child/American Academy of Pediatrics||Executive Director/Assoc Exec Dir||USA||USA||Yes||I think an important theme includes the needs of special populations and measurable indicators and specific goals/targets - one of the special populations which must be included is consideration of the prevention and treatment system needs of children and youth. Indicators must address lifecourse measures - NCD indicators impact both MNCH survival and infectious disease related goals. We recommend consideration of special population needs including those of children and youth in EACH day's roundtable agenda - but especially so for Panels 2-4.|
|3/12/2015 7:43:18||THOMAS||Jean-Philippe||ENDA Third World Action||Executive Secretariat Member||Senegal||Fr..||Yes||Population participation in the process||How modulating SDGs in relationship with nationale /local circumstances||Towards a Social compact||At each level : application of an independent mechanism of monitoring and evaluation.||The added value of the SDGs will be materialized only if the SDGs are actually implemented. The SDGs, « universal» by definition in the text of Rio+20 are to be applied in countries that have national circumstances and different concerns. These differences have to be grown to set up approaches and processes that will build, step by step, and building compromise between stakeholders as a social compact. So we need to develop, all the same, population participation, experimentation, learning by doing and capacity building. The way we will have to implement the SDGs is here more important than the SDGs contents in itself. The new governance of sustainable development has to target the coherence of internal compromises in the countries and at international level.|
|3/13/2015 3:55:57||KIYANGA||Didier||COUP DE POUCE ONGD||President||Democratic Republic of Congo||Congolese||Yes|
|3/13/2015 9:02:41||Rotimi||Lanre||International Society for Poverty Elimination / Economic Alliance Group||Director General||Nigeria||Nigerian||Yes||The Program as structured is ok. The Big Challenge is tackling Implementation in ways that help answer Synthesis Report How Questions, UN Data Revolution How questions, Global Nutrition Report How questions as well as related existing and future Reports How questions. Unless this is done these events will continue to be more of empty rituals and dancing around fundamental issues.|
|3/15/2015 0:09:07||Hyde||John||Asian Forum of Parliamentarians on Population and Development||Thailand||Australian||Yes||There needs to be substantial time allocated within all four panels for diverse feedback from a range of ECOSOC / NGO stakeholders|
|3/19/2015 9:28:59||Petretta||Danielle||#UrbanSDG||Research Assistant||United Ssetat||American||Yes||Discussion o n Urban Goal 11||Implementation of SDGs at all government levels||We would like to hear more discussion on the role of cities, how cities will commit to and might implement the SDGs, and more on the interaction between all levels of government.|
|3/22/2015 5:30:48||Louis||BAHAKOULA MABIDI||Action Jeunesse pour le Développement (AJED-Congo)||Directeur Exécutif||Congo Brazzaville||Congolaise||Yes||promouvoir le développement durable pour lutter contre le changement climatique, de protéger l’environnement||gérer les écosystèmes forestiers||appuyer les mesures d’atténuation et d’adaptation||renforcer la viabilité des dispositifs des aires protégées des zones terrestres, marines et côtières pour conserver la biodiversité||L’Action Jeunesse pour le Développement en sigle AJED-Congo s’implique initialement dans les enjeux prioritaires du développement durable pour lutter contre le changement climatique, de protéger l’environnement, de gérer les écosystèmes forestiers, de renforcer la viabilité des dispositifs des aires protégées des zones terrestres, marines et côtières pour conserver la biodiversité, pour mobiliser davantage dans le combat de lutte contre la désertification et appuyer les mesures d’atténuation et d’adaptation pour pouvoir bénéficier le processus de reconstitution des ressources rapide et approprié dans la lutte contre les changements climatiques dans l’intérêt des générations présentes et futures.|
|3/22/2015 15:46:51||Orme||William||Mr.||UN Representative, Global Forum for Media Development||United States||USA||Yes||Ending Poverty & Ensuring Sustainablity - Everywhere||SDGs Monitoring & Accountability||Show Me The Money||Delivering the Future We Want - And Need|
|3/22/2015 22:13:12||Ag Mohamed||Attaye||Ellay of Timbuktu||Mr||Mauritania||Malian||Yes||Rights of Indigenous People In a Time of Geopolitical Instability||While sustainable development goals are important and need to be addressed and implemented, often times war and conflict disallow sustainable development from taking place. It is important to address the difficulties in implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People in conflict zones. I would propose a panel that talks about how to involve indigenous people in negotiations and the peace process.|
|3/23/2015 12:29:09||Diez||Cristina||International Movement ATD Fourth World||Main Representative to the United Nations||United States||-||Yes||Respecting Dignity and Leaving No One Behind||Beyond Official Statistics: Citizen Generated Qualitative and Perception Based Data||Building Capacities for Grassroots Participiations; Information and Knowledge Sharing as a Means of Implementation||Participatory Monitoring and Accountability|
|3/24/2015 10:14:20||Mellin||Julie||Global Youth Coalition on HIV/AIDS||Program Coordinator||USA||American||No||Declaration/Panel||SDGs, targets, and indicators||Means of Implementation and CIVIL SOCIETY ENGAGEMENT||Follow up, MEANS OF ACCOUNTABILITY, and Review||Two areas of this process have been unclear and have not been addressed despite continued emphasis from both member states and civil society-- namely, the need for accountability mechanisms and for meaningful civil society involvement. These need to be addressed in concrete terms for the SDGs to be successful in any way, shape, or form.|
|3/24/2015 11:39:50||Mapfumo||Mcleo||Zimbabwe United Nations Association||Mr.||Zimbabwe||Zimbabwean||Yes||Declaration||Sustainable Development Goals Targets and Indicators||Means of Implementation||Follow up and Review||I prefer the above options because firstly I am a Youth and the whole Post-2015 Development Agenda Framework caters for my generation hence my participation is very vital in the highlighted areas. |
The role of Civil Society Organizations plays a crucial role, as we alone can only provide the means of implementation, follow up and review taking direct information from direct participation from the grassroots.
These are critical areas in which I can provide a pivotal role and influence.
|3/26/2015 11:33:04||Tekleyes||Tinos||National Network of Positive Women Ethiopia||Program Manger||Ethiopia||Ethiopian||Yes||PLHIV youth involvement in quality service||Quality service delivery||Social fund mobilizaion and sustainability assurance||In the post 2015 Youth PLHIV's and women should be focused so as to reach 90 90 90 goals UNAIDS is tracking on. |
Funding on HIV has been challenging as well thus social funding and sustainability needs focus.
|3/26/2015 14:10:07||Wood||Jacqueline||Task Team on CSO Development Effectiveness and Enabling Environment||Senior Policy Advisor||Canada||Canadian||Yes||Indicator on the protection of fundamental freedoms in accordance with national legislation and international agreements (SDG 16.10); Indicator on the participation of civil society in implementing the Post-2015 Development Agenda||Necessity of an enabling environment for civil society to mobilize and utilize financial and non-financial resources, and to engage in multi-stakeholder partnerships, as contributions to the Means of Implementation||Role of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation as a multi-stakeholder body with a track record in boosting the effectiveness of development cooperation and monitoring progress||The current recognition of the role of civil society in SDG implementation and monitoring needs to be backed - in targets, indicators, MoI and follow-up - by recognition as per the Secretary General's report that “press freedom and access to information, freedom of expression, assembly and association are enablers of sustainable development” and that an “enabling environment […] must be secured for the free, active and meaningful engagement of civil society”. This is particularly relevant as in many countries the space in which civil society can operate is shrinking.|
|3/28/2015 17:55:49||Fawe||Adewale||Nigeria Youth Volunteers||Mr||Nigeria||Nigerian||Yes||Eradicating poverty in all its dimensions and addressing inequality||Tackling climate change and achieving more sustainable lifestyles||Promoting peaceful societies and strong institutions||Reviewing progress on SDG commitments; universality and differentiations||To share my knowledge and interact with other organisations in the panel|
|3/30/2015 11:45:11||Schroeder||Noel||Women Thrive Worldwide||United States||United States||Yes||Declaration: Ensuring the transformative power of the sustainable development agenda||Sustainable Development Goals, targets and indicators for all||Means of Implementation and Accountability Mechanisms||The transformative potential of education and its ability to enable achievement of other goals is conspicuously absent from the Secretary-General’s synthesis report. It is important therefore to emphasize in the agenda’s declaration, goals and means of implementation the fundamentality of quality, equitable education to achieving truly transformative sustainable development. |
Similarly, within each panel (especially in discussion on accountability mechanisms), the focus must be maintained on reducing inequalities and targeting the most marginalized, including women and girls. Explicit commitments and a supporting framework are necessary to ensure that no target should be considered met unless it is met for all social and economic groups.
|3/30/2015 18:05:39||NYAMBURA||KENYA||Dandelion Kenya||Deputy Director||Kenya||Kenya||No||Declaration, Unhindered Universal Ambition||Anchoring SDGs, targets and indicators within human rights frameworks and the role of adolescents and youth and||Means Of Implementations,||Accountability, Follow Up and Review||It is important that themes reflect the overarching sentiment of leaving no one behind. The sustainable goals and targets should also reflect the populations that have not been prominently featured in discussions such as adolescents and youth yet are crucial actors during implementation. These discussions should also be framed within the principle of human rights for all.|
The follow up and review should also reflect the need for accountability
|3/31/2015 6:33:42||SINDAYIGAYA||JEAN BAPTISTE||UJEDECO||PRESIDENT ET REPRESENTANT LEGAL||BURUNDI||BURUNDAISE||Yes||sustinable development goals, targets and indication panel 2 1 day||panel 3 2days means of implemention||panel 4 day 2 follow up and review||sustinable development goals targets and indication||I préfet th above because are important forme me|
|3/31/2015 8:20:40||Costa||Naiara||Beyond 2015||Advocacy Director||United States||Brazil||No||Ensuring the universality of the post-2015 agenda||Building political leadership at the national level to ensure implementation of the post-2015 agenda||Making the money serve the interests of the people and planet||How can people and their organisations best be involved in the implementation of the post-2015 agenda?||We do not think the proposed themes are inspiring enough for a CSO hearing. For instance, why spend time discussing the SDGs if they are already defined? We recommend the roundtables to be structured around items which reflect the big questions, hence our proposals above. On Panel 1, we would deal with one of the key issues of the agenda: universality. Panel y 2 would focus on leadership and national implementation. Panel 3 on MoI and Panel 4 on participation and accountability mechanisms.|
|3/31/2015 9:56:40||Huizenga||Cornie||Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT)||Secretary General||China||Netherlands||No||Declaration: Harnessing the transformative power of the sustainable development agenda||Sustainable Development Goals, targets, indicators: timelines and technical process||Means of Implementation and level of ambition||Follow-up, review, and accountability||Transport is a key building block for sustainable development referred to by the Secretary General’s High Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda which emphasised that it is “our vision and our responsibility to end extreme poverty in all its forms in the context of sustainable development and to have in place the building blocks of sustained prosperity for all.” Transport’s key role, due to its crosscutting nature, is confirmed by the “The Future We Want”, that states that transport is “central to sustainable development”.|
Transport has many dimensions and the policies, strategies, and measures needed to address these dimensions will require an active coordination and cooperation between the transport sector and the constituencies (e.g. energy, health, urban and rural communities) that are likely to benefit from action on sustainable transport.
|3/31/2015 13:19:49||Poisson||Natalène||UCLG||Policy and advocacy advisor||Spain||French||No||Declaration and SDGs and targets||SDGs, targets and indicators||Sustainable livelihoods, urbanization, rural-Urban continuum and service provision for all||Means of Implementation and Follow up and Review||Urbanisation is a major trend of our time with more than half of the population living in cities already and 75 % to live there in 2050. They further generate 80 % of the global GDP. We can not envisaged sustainable developement without focusing on cities and their relations with their territories (urban areas - linkages with rural areas) and the coordination and cooperation of all levels of governance to ensure economical, social cultural and environmental sustainability of our world in the next 20 years.|
|3/31/2015 20:43:18||Vinas-Forcade||Jennifer||Youth Leaders Working Group (and its member organizations)||Uruguay||Uruguay||Yes||Declaration||Sustainable Development Goals, targets and indicators for all||Adolescents, youth and other vulnerable groups in the Post-2015 development agenda||Means of Implementation, Follow up and Review||We cannot fully understand nor address poverty and inequality if we ignore their disproportionate effects on adolescents, youth and other vulnerable groups. A truly transformative and people-centered sustainable development agenda will only be realized if young people are fully included, making it crucial for this issue to be explicitly included in the Stakeholder Hearings.|
|4/1/2015 1:21:02||johnston||lori||Southeast Indigenous Peoples' Center||Chair||North America||Guale||No||Promote Indigenous Peoples' participation by facilitating the sharing of indigenous governments declarations on SDGs.||highlight need for targeted Peoples to monitor and provide data on our own indicators so progress can be accurately represented and action can be effectively targeted.||highlight the needs for security, non-violence, stability, end to corruption and development-related conflict so we can avoid and prevent implementation problems.||highlight financing for development||Focus on paramount standards of human rights in every aspect. Include natural capital financial infrastructure in financing for development. Prioritize renewable resources standing in ecosystems as resources that don't need to be extracted to be invested in by hard currency. Support healthy ecosystems as financial trust for future generations with emphasis on climate change response empowering indigenous Peoples to mitigate, adapt, and reverse climate change as the international community begins to comply with DRIP subsequent to HLP outcome of September 23-4, 2015.|
|4/1/2015 12:05:19||Islam||Md. Nahidul||Youth Beyond Disaster||Member||Bangladesh||Bangladeshi||Yes||Standard level of living is the key to sustain development||Economics freedom should be key of sustain development.||Building Capacities for Grassroots Participiations; Information and Knowledge Sharing as a Means of Implementation||Social fund mobilizaion and sustainability assurance||Urbanisation is a major trend of our time with more than half of the population living in cities already and 75 % to live there in 2050. They further generate 80 % of the global GDP. We can not envisaged sustainable developement without focusing on cities and their relations with their territories (urban areas - linkages with rural areas) and the coordination and cooperation of all levels of governance to ensure economical, social cultural and environmental sustainability of our world in the next 20 years.|
|4/22/2015 17:53:21||MATHIEU||GETRO||ACTION SECOURS AMBULANCE||MR||HAITI||HAITIAN||No||Comittment -Follow up and Review||From severals meetings or hearings it is difficult to have a commitment with the stakeholders. This is important to the follow up just to know what direction we want for an engagement. This manner also influence the caractere that we want to give for the SummitThat's why for this early phase I prefer to say commitment.|
|4/26/2015 6:15:11||Zoiku||Collins||Global Alliance for Peace and Sustainability (GAPS)||Mr.||Ghana||Ghanaian||Yes|
|9/4/2015 11:38:31||Matondo||Roche krol Andrew||direction générale de la jeunesse||Assistant des projets||Congo brazzaville||Congolaise||No|