Post-2015 events: March

Ahead of this month's post-2015 meetings, the SD2015 partners have put together the following calendar of upcoming events:

3-6 March, New York 46th Session of the UN Statistical Commission annual meeting. One of the agenda items will be to agree on modalities for developing the indicators for the post-2015 agenda. More information available here.
 
6 March, New York UNGA High-Level Thematic Debate on Advancing Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women in the Post-2015 Development Agenda. Thematic debate on how to advance gender equality and women’s and girls’ empowerment. More information available here.
 
9-20 March, New York
59th session of the Commission on Women (CSW59/Beijing+20). More information available here.
 
14-18 March, Sendai, Japan
Third UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (WCDRR). More information available here.
 
March (TBC), Addis Ababa Addis Ababa, High-Level Political Forum, ECA Regional Forum on Sustainable Development (RFSD). For updates and information, please see here.
 
19-20 March, New York High-Level Political Forum, ECLAC Regional Forum on Sustainable Development (RFSD). For updates and information, please see here.
 
23-27 March, New York Third round of Intergovernmental Negotiations: the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and targets. More information, available here.
 
27 March, New York Stakeholder Consultation on the HLPF and Sustainable Development Governance. More information, available here.
 
24-28 March, Tunis, Tunisia

World Social Forum, an annual meeting of civil society organizations (considered to be the largest physical manifestation of global civil society). More information available here.

8-9 April, New York Informal interactive hearings with civil society and business sector – preparatory process of the Third International Conference on Financing for Development. More information available here.

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