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Civil Society Perspectives on the Post-2015 Agenda

New York, United States

The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) and the Delegation of the European Union to the United Nations

are pleased to invite you to a lunchtime dialogue on


Civil society perspectives on the Post-2015 agenda


Conference Room 5, North Lawn Building, United Nations Headquarters, New York

Thursday 19 June 2014, 1 pm to 2:30 pm

Simultaneous interpretation EN/FR


The event will explore, in a dialogue among civil society representatives from the EU and other parts of the world, the emphasis that civil society is placing on accountability and policy coherence as essential elements for the Post-2015 agenda. It will also shed light on the need for a global shift to sustainable production and consumption and on the priority which should be given to equality, employment and decent work.

The panel interventions will be followed by a debate with the audience.

The event is open to all permanent missions and permanent observer missions, UN agencies, interested media and non-governmental organizations.


Meeting chaired by Jose Dallo, Policy Advisor in the UNDP Post-2015 Team


  • Evelyne Pichenot, French Economic, Social and Environmental Council
  • Jonas Keiding Lindholm, Save the Children
  • An Le Nouail Marliére, French CGT Trade Union
  • Constanza Martines, IUCN - International Union for the Conservation of Nature
  • Dominic White, WWF
  • Sascha Gabizon, Women International for a Common Future
  • Helen Dennis, Senior Adviser for Christian Aid on Poverty & Inequality
  • Brenda King, African and Caribbean Diversity      

A light buffet lunch will be served for participants at 1 pm -1:15 pm.


RSVP to sdobservatory@eesc.europa.eu no later than 16 June 2014.

Please note that the European Economic and Social Committee cannot cover participants’ travel and subsistence costs.