Development

PCD and the Sustainable Development Goals

 

Banner for Focal Points Meeting on 17-18 December 2014

 

‌8th Meeting of the National Focal Points for Policy Coherence Development

 17-18 December, 2014 │ OECD Conference Centre, CC 15 │ Paris

LIVE WEBCAST: http://video.OECD.org

  

Annotated agenda 

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Concept note l Background documentation l Presentations

Read the Summary Record 

 

ABOUT


This meeting will provide an opportunity to continue the discussion on how to define, monitor and assess policy coherence for sustainable development (PCSD) in the Post-2015 Agenda. It will seek to identify the challenges and objectives for PCSD cutting across the 17 SDGs and explore more specific options for making the proposed SDG targets on policy and institutional coherence operational. The analysis will be applied concretely to two specific areas: international trade; and illicit financial flows, as a follow up to the UNGA Side Event: Curbing Illicit Financial Flows for Domestic Resource Mobilisation in the Post-2015 Era held in September.


The meeting will also allow for an exchange of experiences on actions in capitals to align national policy coherence efforts to the Post-2015 framework. 

 

PROGRAMME


Wednesday, 17 December

09h30

Introduction

9h40-12h00

Session 1: The Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals and their implications for PCD approaches,
methods and tools

12h00-13h45

12h15-13h15

Lunch break

Launch of the 2014 Commitment to Development Index by Owen Barder, Senior Fellow and Director for Europe,
Center for Global Development (A light lunch will be provided by CGD)

13h45-15h45

Session 2: Shaping universal, measurable and achievable targets for reducing illicit financial flows in 
the Post-2015 Agenda

16h00-18h00

Session 3: Coherence between the international trade agenda and the SDGs: Shaping PCSD targets
and indicators in the SDG framework

Thursday, 18 December

09h00-11h30

Session 4: Actions at national level to align institutional mechanisms for PCD with the Post-2015 framework 

11h30-12h00

Conclusions and next steps

 

PRESENTATIONS


Session 1: The post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals and their implications for PCD approaches and tools

Session 2: Shaping universal, measurable and achievable targets for reduing illicit financial flows in the Post-2015 Agenda

Session 3: Coherence between the international trade agenda and the SDGs: Shaping PCSD targets and indicators in the SDG framework

Session 4: Actions at national level to align institutional mechanisms for PCD with the Post-2015 framework

 

BACKGROUND DOCUMENTATION


 

 

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