Global Summits: Where are we going? – Episode -3

The third episode of our 11-part series on the four major international development summits of the year.

ByBiraj Swain
Global Summits: Where are we going? – Episode -3
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Development writer and international negotiations watcher Biraj Swain discusses with Prof Sachin Chaturvedi of Ministry of External Affairs RIS, Jonathan Glennie of Save the Children-UK, Vidya Venkat of The Hindu and Paul Divakar of Asia Dalit Rights Federation on the relevance of United Nations on its 70th anniversary, in a post-2008-meltdown world. They also discuss the ultra-conservative hunger and poverty definitions and the lack of ambition around 0.7% of GNI for development assistance and its impact. They take stock of the Millenium Development Goals, their impact on India and the world and conclude with their expectations from the new set of global goals i.e. the Sustainable Development Goals hold for us, our future and our shared destinies.

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