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2nd Round of UNDG Consultation on Participation and Accountability Underway Now! Submit your solutions for "Participation" "Accountability" and the Post-2015 Agenda

In the pursuit of a comprehensive and effective post-2015 agenda, we are building on the first round of UNDG consultations to address the issue of "Participatory Monitoring for Accountability"--a development methodology that encompasses a wider range of voices and "bottom-up" approaches for addressing inequality and eradicating poverty in the Post-2015 agenda.



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This consultation seeks to learn from your experience--as people keenly concerned with inequality--about what has worked in your context and experience about including:

1. Inclusion of traditionally marginalized peoples in any post-2015 strategy. How best to include participatory approaches in the post-2015 agenda.

2. How to ensure that governments keep their promises (particularly with respect to making sure that more people have an opportunity to participate and thrive) when the post-2015 agenda is finally implemented.

3. Share your examples of successful projects that have implemented a participatory approach, including accountability measures--AND your suggestions for how to scale up your projects to national and international levels.

The consultation entitled, "Participatory Monitoring for Accountability" started14 April 2014 and ends on 2 May 2014, which can be found on the site dedicated to this initiative:

Expert moderators include Neva Frecheville of the Catholic Aid Agency for Development (CAFOD) and Fabio Palacio of All Together in Dignity, Fourth World (ATD). Both moderators and their organizations are strong advocates of the idea that participatory approaches are necessary to truly eradicate poverty. We are delighted to have them on board and they are eager to engage with the AINA community regarding your ideas concerning "participation" and "inclusion."

We hope that you will participate and that, as a result, we are able to learn from your experiences and implement those lessons learned into a powerful and inclusive post-2015 agenda.

Results of the consultation will be fed into official Open Working Group post-2015 debates as well as other post-2015 policy avenues.

If you have any questions about the consultation, please do not hesitate to contact me, Tricia Callender, Participatory Monitoring for Accountability Consultation Manager at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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