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An Agenda for #EVERYchild 2015

An Agenda for #EVERYchild 2015

In this manifesto, UNICEF lays out actions necessary to ensure that the significant gains made for many children under the Millennium Development Goals are not lost but rather, are built upon and extended to all children as the global community adopts and implements the Sustainable Development Goals.

UNICEF, January 2015

To access An Agenda for #EVERYchild 2015 online, please visit

http://uni.cf/1El21K7.

 
You can also find a review of the Open Working Group Report on Sustainable Development Goals from a Child Rights Perspective under the following link:

 http://www.unicef.org/post2015/files/Post_2015_OWG_review_CR_FINAL.pdf  

05.09.2016
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