Prioritized Action Plan For Global Finance Could Be Post-2015 Goal
The Guardian: Who is going to pay for international development?
Jonathan Glennie, research associate at the Overseas Development Institute in London and at the Centro De Pensamiento Estratégico Internacional (CEPEI) in Bogotá
“The time is coming for the big ideas in targets such as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to be honed into politically feasible commitments. … Changes in the way development is financed could be treated as goals in themselves. … Next year is a chance to write the next page of the development finance book. As well as a reaffirmation of the critical importance of international public action to achieve collectively agreed objectives (of which international public finance is a part), we also need not just a wish-list but a prioritized plan of action with a specific time frame for changes in global finance” (7/31).
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