A space for the exchange of co-development practices promoting migrants as citizens and actors of      development here and there.


A High-level panel of eminent persons, created in July 2012 by the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, gathers 27 experts of different nationalities in order to undertake a dialogue on the post-2015 development framework

Led by three copresidents, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia, President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf of Liberia and Prime Minister David Cameron of the United Kingdom, the panel met on several occasions since September 2012 and held numerous consultations to draw up an overview of the situation less than three years before the time limit established in 2015 for the achievements of the Millenium Development Goals and to trace the main outlines for an inclusive and sustainable program for development post-2015.

These experts published their final report on May 30th 2013, "A New Global Partnership: Eradicate Poverty and Transform Economies through Sustainable Development", which is based on five big transformative shifts:
1. Leave no one behind
2. Put sustainable development at the core
3. Transform economies for jobs and inclusive growth
4. Build peace and effective, open and accountable institutions for all
5. Forge a new global partnership

The panel promotes, in this fifth axis, a multi-actor partnership including governments, local authorities, international organizations, businesses, civil society organizations, fundations and other philanthropists and local populations. This is in line with one of Eunomad's principles, that of having a plurality of actors that can consult, learn from one another and evolve together. The joint seminar with local authorities and the civil society in Brussels, on 13-14 May 2013, illustrated this richness of exchanges between different stakeholders, and the importance this can have when facing challenges and achieving a common goal, that of battling poverty.

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For more information, go to the Panel website

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