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Global civil society group criticises new report by Ban Ki-moon

Beyond 2015 say they’re ‘disappointed’ and ‘concerned’ that disability, climate change and gender equality aren’t visible enough in the UN’s latest post-2015 publication.

Although the campaign group said they were pleased with the Secretary-General’s ambition, they thought disabled persons were under-represented and recommendations for dealing with climate change and gender inequality were absent.

As the end of the MDGs draws closer, groups such as Beyond 2015 will continue to put pressure on the UN to form more ambitious goals for a post-2015 world.

Well-Being of Future Generations Bill Update

Wales has its own Sustainable Development legislation, the Well-Being of Future Generations Bill, currently being debated by Assembly Members.

The Hub has been working with the Sustainable Development Alliance to make a better Bill. On Tuesday, it successfully passed through the first stage with 37 of 52 votes.

You can stay up-to-date with the latest information about the Bill through Twitter following the Hub and #FGBillWales. You can also subscribe to our mailing list for regular updates to your inbox.

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Updated December 11, 2014

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