The United Nations (UN) Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are a set of eight targets, established by the UN in 2000, to mobilize national and collective efforts on critical development issues by 2015. Post-2015 Goals will determine priorities, motivate action and influence spending for development. Extensive consultations underway worldwide have elicited dozens of suggestions. This panel discussed how to make sense of the wide-ranging debates.

From September to May each year, the CIGI Speaker Series are presented on important international topics to raise public awareness and understanding on a variety of current global issues. This series features some of the most prominent and acclaimed figures in their respective areas of global governance.
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