This high level panel comprises 11 women together with one co-chair President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia and the Special Advisor of the Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed (ex-officio) on Post-2015 Development Planning. The panel comprises a range of expertise. I am happy to see 3 women who will follow the human rights of girls and women with single-minded purpose. Queen Rania of Jordan, an advocate and a humanitarian, Queen Rania serves as an Eminent Advocate for UNICEF and Honorary Chairperson for the United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative (UNGEI). The issues of girls will be well represented. Ms Graça Machel (South Africa) is a current member of The Elders, an independent group of global leaders who work together for peace and human rights. She is also a UN independent expert on the impact of armed conflict on children, international advocate for women’s and children’s rights, former freedom fighter and Education and Culture Minister of Mozambique. Ms Tawakel Karman is a young Yemini journalist, human rights activist and politician who was awarded the 2011 Nobel Prize for her role in promoting the “non-violent struggle for the safety of women and for women’s rights to full participation in peace-building work” during the 2011 Yemeni uprising. As I review the list I note that 8 members almost one third of the panel come with economics plus World Bank and the International Monetary Fund experience. 3 members bring expertise on international development, 2 members have experience in the MDG’s, 2 have experience in foreign ministries, 1 from the private sector, 1 Environment, 1 Health and Welfare , 1 Urban rehabilitation and 1 from the Center of American Progress. One hopes that a progressive new agenda to bring about a just, human rights based, equitable and sustainable society, free from poverty, will be able to emerge from within a group that is predominately experienced in economics.