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The UNDP Discussion Paper on ‘Governance for Sustainable Development’ provides an overview of the challenges and opportunities that evolve from the ongoing discussions on how best to integrate governance, rule of law, peace and security priorities into the post-2015 development agenda, and lays out the case for why different aspects of governance, peace and security matter for a universal sustainable development agenda.. From the discussions in the Open Working Group, several broad options are emerging, which are not mutually exclusive: stand-alone goals on governance, rule of law and peaceful and stable societies; and governance as an enabler that is referenced in accompanying text, and is “mainstreamed” across other targets. This paper furthers this discussion with a contributive analysis of these options and their strengths and weaknesses. The paper finally reflects on the challenge of measuring progress.
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