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Gender equality and women’s rights are being inadequately framed as “mainstreaming” concerns, rather than as a transformative necessity for the realization of sustainable development. The recent report from the High Level Panel (HLP) on the Post-2015 Development Agenda shows a heightened and disturbing re-orientation of development toward the interests and priorities of corporations. This will only further marginalize and minimize the concerns of women all over the world – and the communities they live in. It is of the utmost concern that corporations now have unprecedented levels of access to United Nations and state-level decision-making processes.
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