A Post-2015 Fiscal Revolution Human Rights Policy Brief
A policy briefing by the Center for Economic and Social Rights (CESR) and Christian Aid which presents a blueprint for ensuring sufficient, equitable and accountable financing for sustainable development in the post-2015 era. It explains how this can be achieved through three mutually-reinforcing dimensions of fiscal policy, buttressed by existing international human rights standards.
The briefing proposes six inter-connected SDG targets, along with associated indicators, to ensure sufficient, equitable and accountable financing of sustainable development. It offers a series of recommendations on how the post-2015 “data revolution” can significantly boost the availability, accessibility, disaggregation and quality of both domestic and cross-border fiscal and financial data.