This part of the site is dedicated to the United Nations post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals and the work I will do related to them, especially related to media development, communication rights, and especially human rights and the Internet.
Below are some of my favourite discussions, research articles, and equivalent, related to post-2015.
- The Hub for ideas, debate and resources on what comes after the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs): post2015.org
- Taylor & Francis / Routledge free access to journals addressing MDGs.
- CIMA Write-Ups on Media, Democracy and Post-2015 Goals
- UNESCO Press Freedom Day 2014:
- vote.myworld2015.org – The United Nations wants to know what matters most to you. Have your say.
- Global Pulse – The globe spins to show the 20 countries that have proportionately talked the most about the highlighted Post-2015 topic on Twitter from August 2012 to now.
- DW Academie – Post-2015 MDGs: Freedom of Expression and the Media
- BBC Media Action – How can access to independent media in a post-2015 framework be measured?
- CIMA – Post-2015 and Media Development: An Online Discussion
- UNESCO – Key documents about UNESCO’s vision for post-2015
- UNU-WIDER – Aid in the post-2015 world
- Post-2015 Priorities for ICT4D – Future Priorities for Development Informatics Research from the Post-2015 Development Agenda – by Richard Heeks,
- Centre for Development Informatics
- IDPM, University of Manchester, UK
- Post-2015 goals need to include free media, access to information
- Mobile broadband & SDGs – cost-benefit analysis