9/26/2013

The home stretch of the Millennium Development Goals will be a chance for world governments to display their commitment to solving global problems, writes John McArthur of the United Nations Foundation, even as the UN pursues post-2015 development goals based on gender equality, human rights and the rule of law. "The operative question is not whether the end-2015 data will matter. The real question is how much the data will motivate sustained global co-operation efforts in the future," McArthur writes.

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