Meeting in Monrovia, co-chaired by David Cameron, gather different views on the right path of action
organizing debates in a relatively upscale hotel in Monrovia on how the world should abolish absolute poverty by 2030 may seem more surreal side of life, especially as the world is faced with austerity and terrorism.
But the UN high-level panel, including David Cameron made last summer and is in Liberia to try to keep life among the few successful international efforts to fight against poverty : the Millennium Development, which will end in 2015.
Many of these objectives have not been achieved to approach the finish line, but some access to education and improving access to water have been made, sometimes largely due to the economic growth of China and India in the last decade.
There is also a consensus that the eight goals and secondary objectives, concentrated its efforts in the world. Measure things in business, politics and development clarifies the mind. Now, the task now is how to renew, replace and replenish.
Before a report is submitted to the UN at the end of the year, strong arguments should be developed, one of the more ideological disciplines and sometimes abstract.
David Cameron wants the simplicity of the eradication of extreme poverty by 2030, but others would like to see included in income inequality as a way to address the underlying factors underlying that create poverty in the first place, and prevent individuals.
"In our view, the framework can do many things: debates planned, promote regulatory change, begin to redefine development - but at its core must be the elimination of absolute poverty in all But its the same time, because. believe that poverty and ending absolute focus on the poorest populations in the world is the most important, but also because we fear that without clear prioritization of the panel and the frame of the final will be in vain, not priority and can not be more precise. Such a framework would be at 30,000 feet and fight to win purchase policies if I could not even remember. "