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How to localize targets and indicators of the post-2015 agenda

Concept notes and papers

The understanding of the concept of ‘localizing’ has implications for the selection of goals and targets. While an emphasis on monitoring inequalities within countries would mean that most outcome-based targets merit disaggregation at the sub-national level, an emphasis on the implementation of the goals would lead to local governments adopting a sub-set of the goals and targets for which they have responsibility. The draft proposal takes the current OWG goals and targets as a starting point. It also takes into consideration major proposals produced by other GTF members, as well as those of some key partners, Member States, the UN Major Groups and stakeholders concerned with urban and local issues in fields like transport, energy and gender.

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