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Name of Committee MemberOrganizationEmailPlease Indicate the days for which you would like to be a committee member (December 9, 10,11, 12,13)Justification to be on steering committee/relevant expertiseWhich MGoS do you belong to
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Andreas AndreopoulosSustainable 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.comDecember 9, 10, 2013Sustainable 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.
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Michael PlatzerAcademic Council on the United Nations System www.acuns.org michaelkplatzer@yahoo.com
12/9/2013establishing links with ACUNS Vienna UN Conference 2014 http://acuns.org/vienna2014/Scientific and Technological Community
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Jean Paul Brice AffanaInternational Association for the Advancement of Innovative Approaches to Global Challenges IAAI jeanpaulaffana@yahoo.fr 12/10/2013feeding in experience with youth engagement in the context of Rio+20 Globla Youth Muisc Contest, informing about plans for MySDGs Global Youth Music Contest; African perspectivesChildren and Youth
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Elizabeth RasekoalaAfrican Carribean Network of Science and Technology and chair of "Leading African Women"lizrasekoala@hotmail.com12/11/2013connecting STI, gender and African regional perspectives, wealth of practical experience in Europe and AfricaWomen
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Miroslav PolzerInternational Association for the Advancement of Innovative Approaches to Global Challenges IAAI polzer@glocha.info12/13/2013facilitator of Rio+20 Issues Cluster on InnovationNGOs
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Chelsea RickerIPPF cricker@ippf.org12/12/2013IPPF 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.
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Niko LusianiCESRnlusiani@cesr.org12/13/2013Established 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, and systems of accountability and financing.
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Heather BarclayThe International Planned Parenthood Federationhbarclay@ippf.org12/12/2013The 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.
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Vladimir CukActing Executive Director, International Disability Alliancevcuk@ida-secretariat.org12/12/2013IDA 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.
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Esmee RussellEnd Water Povertyesmeerussell@endwaterpoverty.org12/12/2013I 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 committee
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Louise KantrowInternational Chamber of Commercekw@iccwbo.orgDecember 9, 11, 13Major Group OP
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Lea FellusInternational Chamber of Commercelfs@iccwbo.org12/10/2013Major Group Representative
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Sarah GoldInternational Women's Health Coalitionsgold@iwhc.org12/12/2013The International Women's Health Coalition committed to advancing the health and human rights of women and young people globally. We have been actively engaged in the previous Open Working Group meetings and are closely following the post-2015/sustainable development processes.
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Dawn DigriusInternational Health Awareness Network (ECOSOC/DPI)Dawn.Digrius@stevens.edu, dawn.digrius@gmailDecember 9, 10, 2013I 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.
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Heather BarclayInternational Planned Parenthood Federationhbarclay@ippf.orgDecember 9 - 13International 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.
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Ulysses SmithNew York City Bar Association's United Nations Committee,ulysses.smith@linklaters.comDecember 10 and 13Ulysses 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.
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John RomanoNRDCjromano@nrdc.orgDecember 9 and 10NRDC'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.
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Brendan GuyNRDCbguy@nrdc.orgDecember 9 and 10Further 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.
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Antonia WulffEducation International antonia.wulff@ei-ie.org12/13/2013Human 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.
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Matt SimondsTUACsimonds@tuac.orgDecember 12 and 13Major Groups OP
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Ms. Doris MpoumouInternational Planned Parenthood Federation/Western Hemisphere Regiondmpoumou@ippfwhr.orgDecember 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 (Especially 10, 12 and 13)As 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.
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Jeffery HuffinesCIVICUSjeffery.huffines@civicus.org12/9/2013The 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.
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Michael Kalmus EliaszMGCY mike.eliasz@gmail.com12/9/2013MGChildren & Youth
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Olimar MaisonetMajor Groups of Children and Youtholimarmaisonet@gmail.com12/13/2013MGChildren & Youth
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Paul Okumu OdongoAfrican and Global Civil SocietyPaul.Okumu@africacsoplatform.org12/11/2013Active 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 Africa
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VEN CHANDRALAL TONCHANGYA TANCHANGYA KALYAN SANGHSTHAtchandralal@gmail.com Contact number: +66846491255.12/12/2013I 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.
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Myrna CoffinoHuman AffectMcoffino@nyc.rr.com
12/9/2013Developing an international platform that is inclusive and allows access to knowledge - sharing that can ultimately build a sustainable capacity for innovative science, technology.
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Sandra Nelson ZongoHuman Affecthumanaffect@gmail.com12/10/2013Inclusive 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.
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Dr. Marie UmehHuman Affectmsumeh@aol.com12/11/2013Dr. 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.
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Zuha JamilHuman Affecthumanaffect.adhocunit@gmail.com12/12/2013Human Rights learning as and integrated platform that implements sustainable curriculums, learning, education, culture and development that is holistic.
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Human Affecthumanaffect.law@gmail.com12/13/2013International Law as a conduit to Human Rights based stewardship.
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Sarah StevensonChildFund Alliance sstevenson@childfundalliance.org12/13/2013ChildFund 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.
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Aldo CaliariCenter of Concernacaliari@coc.org12/10/2013

I worked on Bretton Woods Institutions and financial
regulation, and their convergence with Financing for development Processes at
the UN for the last 13 years. 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)


I have
been part of a number of research projects looking at the Global Partnership
for Development (MDG 8) targets and indicators. One of them led by the OHCHR in
2008-2010, another recently published as a chapter in a book printed by
Cambridge University Press (visit http://www.cambridge.org/no/academic/subjects/law/human-rights/millennium-development-goals-and-human-rights-past-present-and-future#bookPeople
) and another is a multi-author research project coordinated by faculty at New
School and Harvard University (visit http://harvardfxbcenter.org/power-of-numbers/
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Cliona SharkeyTrocairecsharkey@trocaire.ie10/12/2013Trocaire is based in Ireland.A constructive critic of the MDGs, Trocaire has been engaging in the post-2015 debate from the outset. We attended the recent Special Event where we published a research report on the integration of human rights in a post-2015 framework. We've been working actively on policy coherence, development finance and global governance for many years with our European networks, focusing on Ireland, the EU and the UN. NGO
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Jihan SaladCHOICE for Youth and SexualityJihan@choiceforyouth.org9-13 DecemberCHOICE for Youth and Sexuality is a Dutch youth-led organization that actively promotes and supports the sexual and reproductive health and rights of young people. Jihan Salad is an experienced advocate for the rights of young women and girls. She has a background in health sciences and is a peer educator on prevention of violence against women.Major Group on Children and Youth
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Michiel AndewegCHOICE for Youth and SexualityMichiel@choiceforyouth.org9-13 DecemberCHOICE for Youth and Sexuality is a Dutch youth-led organization that actively promotes and supports the sexual and reproductive health and rights of young people. Michiel Andeweg has broad experiences in advocating for the rigths of young people within the ICPD and Beijing process. He has a background in social and cultural development.Major Group on Children and Youth
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Sascha GabizonWomen International for a Common Future / WECF Intsascha.gabizon@wecf.org9-12 DecSascha is the Northern OP for the Women's Major Group Women's Major Group
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Nicole BidegainDAWN Development Alternative with Women for a New era
<nicole@dawnnet.org>
9-13 DecemberNicole is the Southern OP for the Women's Major Group Women's Major Group
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Philip SandickCenter for International Human Rightsp-sandick2013@nlaw.northwestern.edu10, 11, 12, 13The Center for International Human Rights has engaged with each of these areas and has an interest in ensuring that conversations about these areas include references to relevant human rights norms. That's obviously the case with the human rights day (12) but perhaps less obvious with regard to the others.Children & Youth
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Nijar ImanguliYouth Coalition for Sexual and Reproductive Rightsnickie@youthcoalition.orgDecember 13 (Human Rights)Nijar is a member of the Major Group for Children and Youth. Originally from Azerbaijan, Nijar has six years of experience working in advocacy around young people's sexual and reproductive health and rights within UN processes. She is 25 years old. Children & Youth
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Ulysses Smith
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Galina AngarovaTebtebbagalina@tebtebba.orgallTebtebba (Indigenous Peoples' International Centre for Policy Research and Education) is an indigenous peoples' organization born out of the need for heightened advocacy to have the rights of indigenous peoples recognized, respected and protected worldwide. Established in 1996, Tebtebba seeks to promote a better understanding of the world's indigenous peoples, their worldviews, their issues and concerns. In this effort, it strives to bring indigenous peoples together to take the lead in policy advocacy and campaigns on all issues affecting them.
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