The United Nations Development Group (UNDG) has launched ''Dialogues on Implementation' of the Post-2015 development agenda, starting in 50 countries.
These dialogues will involve public meetings and discussions where stakeholders can talk about how to best deliver the next sustainable development agenda that will build on the Millennium Development Goals (MDG). The aim is to create space and opportunities for stakeholders to contribute ideas and proposals for the implementation of the post-2015 agenda, and to continue in expanding the areas where stakeholders can engage with the UN's work.
A further aim of these talks is to create a balanced regional and thematic representation in order for the findings to be useful in the intergovernmental negotiations, through which the UN Member States will agree the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS).
The talks will focus on identifying solutions and strategies around thesix following areas: localizing the post-2015 development agenda, helping to strengthen capacities and institutions, participatory monitoring, existing and new forms of accountability, partnerships with civil society and other actors, partnerships with the private sector, culture and development.
The results of these meetings will be presented to the UN Member States during their negotiations of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Post-2015 Agenda.
Online consultations will be added to supplement the meetings and can be found, along with further information, on the World We Want 2015 platform here.