This ProgBlog invitation is part of the Wikiprogress post-2015 series.
Wikiprogress and partners the OECD, Paris21, Save the Children, ODI's Development Progress, the Oxford Poverty & Human Development Initiative (OPHI), UNICEF, Jeune Afrique, The Africa Report, the European Report on Development, Wikigender, Wikichild and the Global Progress Research Network (GPRNet) invite you to participate in an online consultation:
REDUCING POVERTY IS ACHIEVABLE
FINDING THOSE WHO ARE HIDDEN BY INEQUALITIES
OPEN FROM WEDNESDAY 6 MARCH UNTIL FRIDAY 15 MARCH.
The OECD Global Forum on Development (GFD) will be convened on 4-5 April 2013, with discussions by renowned experts and leading policy-makers focusing on the global development agenda beyond 2015. The Wikiprogress community and partners are holding a public consultation on this topic from 6-15 March. The outcomes will be presented at the OECD GFD.
You are invited to share your stories and/or solutions for:
People who are, have been or might be hidden from economic growth
People who are, have been or might be hidden from social programmes
People who are, have been or might be hidden from statistics
and what this means for the well-being of societies.
We will focus the discussion on the individuals, families, communities and societies that have been hidden by social and economic inequalities and bring to light the stories of successful programmes, policies and methodologies which have made a difference in people’s lives. This online consultation is an opportunity to include a broad range of perspectives ahead of the forum.
We count on your participation in this important discussion and look forward to reading your comments.
You can post a comment in a few clicks by going to the “Contribute!” section of the online consultation page. Here is the shortened link to the discussion page http://bit.ly/13pzJi1 and the hashtag for Twitter is #OECDgfd.
To find out more about the questions asked and how to participate, please click here.
The Wikiprogress Team