The Indonesian Civil Society Coalition for the post-2015 Development Agenda produce this position paper as a proposal from civil society in Indonesia for the post-2015 development Agenda, especially on the following themes: Inequality, Health, Conflict and Social Vulnerability, Environment, Democracy and Good Governance and Development Financing.
This book is based on evidences in the fields and findings from civil society will be useful and be able to present different point of view so that it can be used as one of the sources in formulating and drafting the post-2015 Development Agenda for the eventual fulfillment of the basic rights of the citizen in Indonesia.
Authors: Agung Wasono, Yenny Sucipto, Titik Hartini, Sita Aripurnami, Laura Hukom, Rahayuningtyas, Christiana Widimulyani, Repelita Tambunan, Oslan Purba, Iwan Nurdin, Tejo Wahyu Djatmiko, Ruby Khalifah, Ahmad Qisai, Boedhi Wijardjo, Mohamad Miqdad, Sigit Wijayanta, M. Firdaus, Dian Kartikasari, Jonna Damanik, Erickson Sidjabat, Ah. Maftuchan, Sugeng Bahagijo, and Mike Verawati.
•Title: Injustice, Gap and Inequality: Long Road to post-2015 Sustainable Development •Author: Indonesian Civil Society Coalition for Post-2015 Development Agenda •Editor: Aris Santoso •Publisher: Kemitraan and INFID •ISBN: 978-602-8384-61-2 •Edition: I, March 2013 •Collation: 13 x 19 cm; x + 112 pages.
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