Helping Civil Society to Effect Change

Helen Clark, head of the United Nations Development Programme since April 2009 and the former Prime Minister of New Zealand from 1999 to 2008, talks about the process of how civil society might be able to use the data gathered in planning for post-2015, holding governments accountable. 

The UN is helping civil society effect change and to create the world we want.
The data that Helen Clark is referring to can be used by advocacy  groups to find out the number of like minded individuals within civil society of each country and it can be found at: - is 

We are all looking for credible, transparent, accountable, and equitable governance.

"Don't go to sleep," says Helen Clark.

'Don't go to sleep': UNDP's Helen Clark on governance, technology and the post-MDG agenda - video | Global Development Professionals Network | Guardian Professional