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6-8 July 2005
Gleneagles Communique
Chairman's Summary about 2005 Summit in Gleneagles where G8 leaders met to discuss how to accelerate progress towards the Millennium Development Goals, especially in Africa, which has the furthest to go to achieve the goals by 2015.
(19KB, )

21 March 2005
In Larger Freedom
As a follow-up to the outcome of the Millennium Summit, this report by the Secretary-General discusses the status of the implementation of the Millennium Declaration and assesses the potential of the World Summit in September.
(273KB, )

25 October 2005
World Summit Outcome
Link to the World Summit outcome which provides a global endorsement of the Millennium Development Goals and builds on the major international agreements of recent years.
(283KB, )

26 August- 4 September 2002
Report of the World Summit on Sustainable Development
Link to the final agreement endorsed by all UN Member States at the World Summit on Sustainable Development held from 26 August to 4 September in Johannesburg, South Africa.
(1.0MB, )
18-22 March 2002
Monterrey Consensus
Link to the Monterrey Consensus, adopted in March 2002 at the International Conference on Financing for Development, held on 18-22 March 2002 in Monterrey, N.L., Mexico. This United Nations-sponsored conference on key financial and development issues attracted 50 Heads of State or Government, over 200 ministers as well as leaders from the private sector, civil society and all the major intergovernmental financial, trade, economic, and monetary organizations.
(735KB, )
14 November 2001
Doha Ministerial Declaration
The November 2001 declaration of the Fourth Ministerial Conference in Doha, Qatar, provides the mandate for negotiations on a range of subjects, and other work including issues concerning the implementation of the present agreements.
(37KB, )
6 September 2001
UN Roadmap towards the implementation of the Millennium Declaration
As a follow-up to the outcome of the 2000 Millennium Summit, this Report of the Secretary-General outlines potential strategies for action designed to meet the goals and commitments made by the 147 heads of State and Government, and 189 Member States in total, who adopted the Millennium Declaration.
(444KB, )
18 September 2000
UN Millennium Declaration
Link to the Millennium Declaration, adopted by 189 Member Nations UN on September 18 2000. The Millennium Declaration outlines the signatory countries' commitment to achieving the Millennium Development Goals.
(64KB, )
April 2000
We the Peoples: The Role of the United Nations in the 21st Century
Link to a report by United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan in preparation for the 2000 Millennium Summit. "We the Peoples" sets out a practical vision for the United Nations in a globalized world that has changed dramatically in the 55 years since the Organization was founded. Among its key messages is the need to make globalization more inclusive, to create more opportunites for all, and not leave billions of people in a state of povery and exclusion.
(304KB, )
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Investing in Development: A Practical Plan to Achieve the Millennium Development Goals
"Investing in Development brings together the core recommendations of the UN Millennium Project. By outlining practical investment strategies and approaches to financing them, the report presents an operational framework that will allow even the poorest countries to achieve the Millennium Development Goals by 2015."
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