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Up for Debate: What’s not being discussed during UN Week this year about the post-2015 development framework, but should be?

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Building on the first debate to accelerate progress towards the MDGs, the Skoll World Forum partnered with Johnson & Johnson, the United Nations Foundation, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Huffington Post to produce another online debate--this time focused on critical issues that do not have enough of a spotlight in the discussions on how to achieve the MDGs or what should be in the next global development framework. As part of that discussion, we asked some of the world's leading experts what’s not being discussed during UN Week this year about post-2015, but should be?

 
 
 
Up for Debate: What’s not being discussed during UN Week this year about the post-2015 development framework, but should be?
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Making Women And Girls A Priority At The UN General Assembly
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