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Building partnerships to leave no one behind

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Date: 28 March 2017 Time: 13:30–17:00 Location: Church House, Westminster, SW1P 3NZ, London  About: The first report has been produced after extensive consultation in over 30 countries from Bolivia to Rwanda to Fiji, engaging thousands of people. We’ll be joined by speakers from a few of the countries to share their insights and knowledge. The second report, from […]


Disability and aid spending: Can we use the DAC’s peer review mechanism to ensure aid is inclusive of persons with disabilities?

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Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including the underlying aim to leave no one behind, hinges upon resources, policies and programmes focusing on the most marginalised people. Persons with disabilities have until now been left behind by the development agenda, but the SDGs include a clear commitment to better include disability. The collection and use […]


Why aid data needs to say more about persons with disabilities

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“How much aid money goes to disability-inclusive projects?” With global disability prevalence estimated at more than 15%, and with known links between disability and poverty, it’s an obvious question – all the more so in the era of the Sustainable Development Goals’ (SDG) pledge to leave no one behind. On the surface, it’s a very […]


Disability data to leave no one behind

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This level of recognition for disability is essential as the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (Agenda 2030) will only be a success if it really does ensure that no one is left behind – and that means we must focus on those at a greatest risk of being so. There is a fundamental logic at […]


P20 Initiative: Data to leave no one behind

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A year ago, world leaders agreed the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (Agenda 2030), which includes the much more ambitious goal of ending extreme poverty by 2030 and achieving the principle of leaving no one behind. Achieving these goals will be much harder than meeting the MDGs. It will require a different mindset, and a […]


Can Brazil leave no one behind?

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A Portuguese-language edition of this blog is available on the Brasil na Agenda website. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is driven by the principle of leaving no one behind: all nations and all people from all social groups count, including the poorest and most marginalised. Brazilian diplomacy and civil society worked hard to keep this […]


Leaving No One Behind - From promise to reality

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Date 19 July 2016 Time 13.15-14.30 EDT Location UK Mission, One Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza, 885 Second Avenue, New York City The first High Level Political Forum to consider the implementation and review of the Global Goals focuses on the cross-cutting aspiration of ‘Leaving no one behind’ but how can we work in partnership to make […]