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Podcast – Universality and differentiation post-2015

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The post-2015 agenda has framed sustainable development as a ‘universal’ project. Rhys Williams, Communications Officer at ECDPM is joined by James Mackie, Sebastian Große-Puppendahl, Anna Knoll and Hanne Knaepen to discuss the idea of ‘universality’ and ‘differentiation’ and why are they so important to sustainable development.

What is Universality?

What are the lessons from the past? What policy tools are available to implement universality?

What are the challenges ahead in implementing the Universality agenda?

What are the key upcoming milestones for implementing the universality agenda and specific challenges ahead for each?

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Photo courtesy of John LeGear

Song ‘Dimmy’ courtesy of Podington Bear

Cross-cutting TopicsEuropean external affairsEU Development Policy and PracticeEU Inter-Institutional Relations in External ActionPost-2015 Global Development AgendaPost 2015Europe