Be Part of the Post 2015 Youth Consultations

I am a product of the MDG generation. The MDGs have been a part of my ‘coming of age’. I therefore strongly believe that my generation need a seat at the discussion table if the post- MDG agenda is to be sustainable.

In 2015 a new framework for global development priorities will be introduced.

Young people will be the ones seeing the impact of this new framework and the ones who will be held accountable for its implementation. Young people need to be a part of this conversation!

There are three great ways to get involved:

  1. Contribute Your Views

    Contribute your views on our online survey here. 

  2. Review, share, and Comment

    Review, share and comment on the outcomes of youth consultation workshops from around the world.

  3. Run a Youth Consultation in Your Community

    Download the youth consultations Toolkit, and run your own youth consultation on a post 2015 framework

The results of the National Post-2015 Youth Consultations are in!

 Click here to download the report.

What are the Millennium Development Goals?

The Millennium Declaration was agreed by world leaders in 2000 in New York, and was signed by 189 UN member states. The Millennium Development Goals were the concrete targets identified in order to advance progress on the Millennium Declaration. There are eight goals with 21 targets.
  1. Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
  2. Achieve universal primary education
  3. Promote gender equality and empower women
  4. Reduce child mortality
  5. Improve maternal health
  6. Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases
  7. Ensure environmental sustainability
  8. Develop a global partnership for development
More information on specific targets and indicators can be found here

Process towards a Post-2015 agenda

“In a rapidly changing international environment, we must also look ahead, beyond the deadline for the goals. And so, in response to your request in the outcome document, I intend to initiate a process that will result in a post-2015 framework for the development work of the United Nations.”  United Nations Ban Ki Moon

The process to identify a post 2015 framework for development was established by the United Nations. In 2012 a ‘high level panel’ was announced.In 2013 the high level panel will submit a report to the United Nationsdetailing recommendations for a new framework. Consultations with civil society are being run in parallel with this process, and this includes 50 UN country consultations and 9 thematic consultations. A web platform – – will collect inputs from civil society on the 9 thematic consultations.

The Youth consultations for a post 2015 framework aim to influence this post 2015 process and input concrete recommendations for a post 2015 framework that takes the needs of young people into account.