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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?

 
 

Tackling Youth Unemployment is the Most Important Issue

Ruma Bose

Consultant, serial entrepreneur, investor, philanthropist and author

We Need to Rethink How we Measure ‘Improved Sanitation’

John Kluge

Co-Founder and Chief Disruption Officer, Toilet Hackers

We Need to Amplify the Voices of a Silent Majority

Shoba Raja

Director for Policy and Practice, BasicNeeds

Chris Underhill

Founder, Director, BasicNeeds

 

Recycling Key to a Sustainable Urban Future

Glaucia Barros

Chair, Social Progress Network Brazil, Fundación Avina

Old-School Problems, Millennial Solutions

Arianna Huffington

President and Editor-in-Chief, The Huffington Post

 

Want Stronger Economies and Communities? Empower Women

Kathy Calvin

President & Chief Executive Officer, United Nations Foundation

Making Women And Girls A Priority At The UN General Assembly

Betsy McCallon

Executive Director, White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood

 
 
 
Up for Debate: What’s not being discussed during UN Week this year about the post-2015 development framework, but should be?
Tackling Youth Unemployment is the Most Important Issue
We Need to Rethink How we Measure ‘Improved Sanitation’
We Need to Amplify the Voices of a Silent Majority
Recycling Key to a Sustainable Urban Future
Sustainable Development Starts with Safe, Healthy and Well-educated Children
Old-School Problems, Millennial Solutions
Want Stronger Economies and Communities? Empower Women
Making Women And Girls A Priority At The UN General Assembly
Put the Frontline Health Worker into the Post-2015 Framework
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