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Addressing Inequalities and Fostering Inclusive Growth Monday, April 8, 2013



You are cordially invited to attend

The
You are cordially invited to attend

The Post-2015 Global Development Agenda:
Addressing Inequalities and Fostering Inclusive Growth

Monday, April 8, 2013 • Noon-1:30 p.m. ET

To attend in person in Washington, D.C., register at:
http://www.eventbrite.com/event/5853304391#. (Registration is required.)

To watch the video webcast or a recording, go to
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/urban-institute-events. (No registration is necessary.)
What will replace the Millennium Development Goals after their 2015 deadline? Growing global inequality has been highlighted as a key policy challenge, but there are both practical and political obstacles to targeting inequality with an actionable agenda. Please join the Urban Institute for a presentation and discussion on the current state of the post-2015 global development agenda, and the importance of equity and inclusiveness in the formulation of new development targets.
Discussion will be led by
Mr. Nicola Crosta,
Head of Knowledge, Policy and Advocacy
United Nations Capital Development Fund 
Nicola Crosta joined the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) in 2008 as representative and chief technical advisor in Cambodia. Prior to working with UNCDF, Crosta spent over a decade working on development policy issues at the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) in Paris.
Mr. Crosta will be joined in discussion by
  • Steven Feldstein, director of the Office of Policy in the Bureau for Policy, Planning and Learning at the United States Agency for International Development
  • Michael Klosson, vice president for policy and humanitarian response for Save the Children
  • Charles Cadwell, director, Urban Institute Center on International Development and Governance, (moderator)
At the Urban Institute2100 M Street N.W., 5th Floor, Washington, D.C.
Please bring your lunch; light refreshments will be provided. The forum begins promptly at noon.



:
Addressing Inequalities and Fostering Inclusive Growth

Monday, April 8, 2013 • Noon-1:30 p.m. ET

To attend in person in Washington, D.C., register at:
http://www.eventbrite.com/event/5853304391#. (Registration is required.)

To watch the video webcast or a recording, go to
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/urban-institute-events. (No registration is necessary.)
What will replace the Millennium Development Goals after their 2015 deadline? Growing global inequality has been highlighted as a key policy challenge, but there are both practical and political obstacles to targeting inequality with an actionable agenda. Please join the Urban Institute for a presentation and discussion on the current state of the post-2015 global development agenda, and the importance of equity and inclusiveness in the formulation of new development targets.
Discussion will be led by
Mr. Nicola Crosta,
Head of Knowledge, Policy and Advocacy
United Nations Capital Development Fund 
Nicola Crosta joined the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) in 2008 as representative and chief technical advisor in Cambodia. Prior to working with UNCDF, Crosta spent over a decade working on development policy issues at the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) in Paris.
Mr. Crosta will be joined in discussion by
  • Steven Feldstein, director of the Office of Policy in the Bureau for Policy, Planning and Learning at the United States Agency for International Development
  • Michael Klosson, vice president for policy and humanitarian response for Save the Children
  • Charles Cadwell, director, Urban Institute Center on International Development and Governance, (moderator)
At the Urban Institute2100 M Street N.W., 5th Floor, Washington, D.C.
Please bring your lunch; light refreshments will be provided. The forum begins promptly at noon.



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