IHP+ Civil Society Consultative Group discusses development cooperation principles post 2015
Members of the IHP+ Civil Society Consultative Group (CSCG) met in December 2013 and identified priorities for the coming year.
Members of the IHP+ Civil Society Consultative Group (CSCG) met in December 2013 and identified priorities for the coming year. They agreed that the post-2015 development agenda presents an opportunity to secure more ambitious global health commitments, and for aid and other forms of development co-operation to be delivered in a more effective transparent and accountable way.
As part of wider efforts to promote IHP+ principles amongst national, regional and global civil society networks, CSCG members also committed to champion these principles within the post-2015 agenda. The group has developed a position paper, on behalf of the civil society members of IHP+, which sets out some principles which they believe any post-2015 development framework should include.
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