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ヒューマンライツ・ナウ事務局長 伊藤和子. CSW 報告  北京 +20 にむけて. 主テーマ 女性 及び女児に対するミレニアム開発目標実施における課題及び成果 ミレニアム開発目標  2000 年に策定 2015 年には新しい開発目標 ポスト 2015 が策定される。 そこ で、女性のエンパワーメントと地位向上の観点から、達成状況を検証し、課題を明らかにした。. CSW58 会期. 北京+ 20 のレビューが行われる。 Post2015 の開発目標が策定される。 ビッグイヤーに向けて、市民社会 が声をあげることが必要。. 2015 年はどんな年か.

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Post2015 working document for 5 9 may session of open working group

Focus area 1. Poverty eradication, building shared prosperity and promoting equality

End poverty in all its forms everywhere

Focus area 2. Sustainable agriculture, food security and nutrition

End hunger and improve nutrition for all through sustainable agriculture and improved food systems

Focus area 3. Health and population dynamics

Healthy life at all ages for all

Focus area 4. Education and life-long learning

Provide quality education and life-long learning for all

Focus area 5. Gender equality and womens empowerment

Attain gender equality and womens empowerment everywhere

Focus area 6. Water and sanitation

Water and sanitation for a sustainable world

Focus area 7. Energy

Ensure accessto affordable, sustainable, and reliable modern energy for all

Focus area 8. Economic growth, employment and infrastructure

Promotesustainable, inclusive and sustained economic growth and decent jobs for all

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Focus area 5. Gender equality and womens empowerment

Attain gender equality and womens empowerment everywhere

a) by 2030 end all forms of discrimination against women of all ages

b) by 2030 end violence against women and girls in all its forms.

c) by 2030 ensure equal access to education at all levels

d) by 2030 ensure equal employment opportunities for women and equal pay for equal work

e) by 2030 ensure equal access to, and control of, assets and resources, including natural resources management

f) ensure equal participation and leadership of women in decision-making in public and private institutions

g) by 2030 end child, early and forced marriage

h) by 2030 reduce the burden of unpaid care work

i) by 2030 ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights

j) promote the availability of gender disaggregated data to improve gender equality policies, including gender sensitive budgeting

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Focus area 9. Industrialization and promoting equality among nations

Promote sustainable industrialization and equality among nations

Focus area 10.Sustainable cities and human settlements

Build inclusive, safe and sustainable cities and human settlements

Focus area 11. Sustainable Consumption and Production

Promote sustainable consumption and production patterns

Focus area 12. Climate change

Take urgent and significant action to mitigate and adapt to climate change

Build a climate change goal based on the outcome of COP21 of the UNFCCC

Focus area 13. Conservation and sustainable use of marine resources, oceans and seas

Take urgent and significant actions for the conservation and sustainable use of marine resources, oceans and seas

Focus area 14. Ecosystems and biodiversity

Protect and restore terrestrial ecosystems and halt all biodiversity loss

Focus area 15. Means of imGlobalpartnership for sustainable development

Strengthen global partnership for sustainable development

Trade/ Technology transfer, technological capabilities/Financing and debt sustainability/ Capacity building/Strengthened global partnership for sustainable development

Focus area 16. Peaceful and inclusive societies, rule of law and capable institutions

Peaceful and inclusive societies, rule of law and capable institutions

Creating peaceful and inclusive societies:Rule of law, capable institutions:

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Asia-Pacific Civil Society Consultative Forum (10-11 February 2014)ESCAP Committee on Social Development (18-20 August2014)Asia-Pacific Civil Society Consultative Forum (14 November 2014 - TBC)Asian and Pacific Conference on Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment: Beijing +20 Review (17-20 November 2014)59th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (March 2015)71st Session of ESCAP (May 2015)

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The fifty-ninth session of theCommission on the Status of Womenwill take place at United Nations Headquarters in New York, tentatively scheduled for 9-20 March 2015. Representatives of Member States, UN entities, and ECOSOC-accredited non-governmental organizations (NGOs) from all regions of the world attend the session.

The Commission will undertake a review of progress made in the implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, 20 years after its adoption at the Fourth World Conference on Women in 1995. The review (Beijing+20) will also include the outcomes of the 23rd special session of the General Assembly, the first five-year assessment conducted after the adoption of the Platform for Action, which highlighted further actions and initiatives.

The session will also address current challenges that affect the implementation of the Platform for Action, as well as opportunities for achieving gender equality and the empowerment of women in the post-2015 development agenda.

The review will be conducted at national, regional and global levels. States are urged to undertake comprehensive national-level reviews of the progress made and challenges encountered in the implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action and the outcomes of the 23rd special session of the General Assembly. (Seeguidance note for the preparation of national reviews).

The regional commissions of the United Nations will undertake regional reviews. Both the national and regional review processes will feed into the global review.

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Member States have been invited to undertake national reviews and complete the regional survey, and to do so with the engagement of civil society. Civil Society inputs to the national review and regional survey should as much as possible be integrated into the government response. However, Independent submissions from civil society entities, addressing any or all of the matters covered by the global guidance note and/or the regional survey, are also welcome. Submissions from civil society may take the form of (a) independent reports, (b) completion of all or parts of the regional survey, or (c) format of choice. If you do choose to make a submission, please clearly indicate the coverage - national (specifying the country), multi-country (specifying the countries), sub-regional (specifying the sub-region) or regional.

Civil society submissions pertaining to review of progress in implementation of the Beijing Platform for Action will be considered, along with other related documentation, as input to the regional report.

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