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Reality Check: Policy Coherence for Sustainable Development


By farjana - Posted on 20 June 2012

 

Reality check, a quarterly report published by Reality of Aid Network. Please find the summary below:

As 2015 draws to a close, the whole international development community is in a rush to come up with a new framework and process that will set  common objectives over the next years- a new development agenda that will truly bring about changes in peoples’ lives.  The United Nations’ high level panel on global sustainability suggests global sustainable development goals to replace the MDGs.

As the whole international community rethinks development, moving away from the business-as-usual approach to end poverty and inequality, so is the opportune time to push for one of the potentially powerful instruments to fight poverty - policies that are comprehensive and coherent towards achieving sustainable development.

But while governments are required to implement policies that are consistent with the goal of promoting sustainable development, what is not highlighted is that policy incoherence stems from the implementation of neo-liberal policies that are imposed on developing countries.

To download the new issue of Reality Check "Policy Coherence for Sustainable Development", please click the following link:

http://realityofaid.org/content/publications/parent/358/name/Reality-Check/id/359