A development agenda for our future

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In the coming months, the international community will gather three times and on three different continents, to build a sustainable development agenda for generations to come.

In July we will meet in Addis Ababa to agree on a comprehensive financing framework for the future development agenda. In September leaders will converge in New York for the United Nations special summit for the adoption of a universal and transformative post-2015 development agenda. And in December, governments will gather in Paris for COP 21 on climate change, where they have pledged to forge a new path forward and adopt a meaningful, universal climate change agreement.

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