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Sustainable Development Goals must consider security, justice and inequality to achieve social justice
J. Allouche / Institute of Development Studies UK, 2015
Security and social justice have a crucial role to play in the newly proposed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The goals, which aim to establish a safe, sustainable and just society for all, require a truly transformative approac...
Understanding the Rising Powers' contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals
J. Constantine; M. Pontual / Institute of Development Studies UK, 2015
Rising powers such as Brazil, India and China have been criticised for being obstructive in the negotiations on the post-2015 development agenda. The start of the United Nations (UN) negotiations saw high expectations for the role of ...
Taking Africa’s irregular migrants into account: trends, challenges and policy options
C. Karagueuzian; A. Verdier-Chouchane / African Development Bank, 2014
A migrant is considered as irregular when he does not meet the immigration laws’ requirements while entering, residing or working in a given transit or receiving country. African migrants (both regular and irregular) esse...
Where next for social protection?
S. Devereux; K. Roelen; M. Ulrichs / Institute of Development Studies UK, 2015
The rapid ascendancy of social protection up the development policy agenda in the past ten to 15 years raises questions about whether its current prominence will be sustained, or whether it will turn out to be just another development...
A public consultation on DFIDs Health Strategy 2006: a synthesis of views
Department for International Development Health Resource Centre (HRC), 2006
This report synthesises written submissions to DFID collected in July 2006 via a public consultation process. The report identifies gaps in the response to health challenges, key areas to be strengthened and outlines how health archit...
Achieving the MDGs: at what cost?
C. Pearson / HLSP Institute, UK, 2009
More spending is needed if progress towards the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) is to be accelerated. Extra funding is vitally important, particularly for the poorest countries, but it can come with risks. Those working to achieve...
Helpdesk Report: Comparisons of outcomes of formal primary schooling and non - formal education in Asia
J. Pennells / Department for International Development, UK, 2010
This Helpdesk response includes articles on education in Asia. Substantial evidence is lacking on the comparable effectiveness of non formal education versus formal primary schooling in terms of the learning achievements, employment o...
Helpdesk Report: Behaviour change in under 2’s
C. Sambo / Department for International Development, UK, 2010
This report is on using behaviour change communication to impact positively on caring practices for children under two years of age in India. It has the following sections: Academic Literature Cochrane ...
Helpdesk Report: Evidence on outcomes of skills development /TVET programmes
S. Baxter / Department for International Development, UK, 2011
Education lifts people out of poverty, but the quality and relevance of that education affect levels of progress. There is a large pool of evidence available that aims to analyse the economic benefits but what evidence is available on...
Helpdesk Report: best practices for vocational skills training in Africa
L. Bolton / Department for International Development, UK, 2011
The literature on vocational training discusses practices in both the formal and informal sectors and from both government and non-government providers. One best practice common to all of these emerges. It is fundamental that the obje...
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Sustainable Development Goals must consider security, justice and inequality to achieve social justice
J. Allouche / Institute of Development Studies UK, 2015
Security and social justice have a crucial role to play in the newly proposed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The goals, which aim to establish a safe, sustainable and just society for all, require a truly transformative approac...
Understanding the Rising Powers' contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals
J. Constantine; M. Pontual / Institute of Development Studies UK, 2015
Rising powers such as Brazil, India and China have been criticised for being obstructive in the negotiations on the post-2015 development agenda. The start of the United Nations (UN) negotiations saw high expectations for the role of ...
Taking Africa’s irregular migrants into account: trends, challenges and policy options
C. Karagueuzian; A. Verdier-Chouchane / African Development Bank, 2014
A migrant is considered as irregular when he does not meet the immigration laws’ requirements while entering, residing or working in a given transit or receiving country. African migrants (both regular and irregular) esse...
Where next for social protection?
S. Devereux; K. Roelen; M. Ulrichs / Institute of Development Studies UK, 2015
The rapid ascendancy of social protection up the development policy agenda in the past ten to 15 years raises questions about whether its current prominence will be sustained, or whether it will turn out to be just another development...
A public consultation on DFIDs Health Strategy 2006: a synthesis of views
Department for International Development Health Resource Centre (HRC), 2006
This report synthesises written submissions to DFID collected in July 2006 via a public consultation process. The report identifies gaps in the response to health challenges, key areas to be strengthened and outlines how health archit...
Achieving the MDGs: at what cost?
C. Pearson / HLSP Institute, UK, 2009
More spending is needed if progress towards the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) is to be accelerated. Extra funding is vitally important, particularly for the poorest countries, but it can come with risks. Those working to achieve...
Helpdesk Report: Comparisons of outcomes of formal primary schooling and non - formal education in Asia
J. Pennells / Department for International Development, UK, 2010
This Helpdesk response includes articles on education in Asia. Substantial evidence is lacking on the comparable effectiveness of non formal education versus formal primary schooling in terms of the learning achievements, employment o...
Helpdesk Report: Behaviour change in under 2’s
C. Sambo / Department for International Development, UK, 2010
This report is on using behaviour change communication to impact positively on caring practices for children under two years of age in India. It has the following sections: Academic Literature Cochrane ...
Helpdesk Report: Evidence on outcomes of skills development /TVET programmes
S. Baxter / Department for International Development, UK, 2011
Education lifts people out of poverty, but the quality and relevance of that education affect levels of progress. There is a large pool of evidence available that aims to analyse the economic benefits but what evidence is available on...
Helpdesk Report: best practices for vocational skills training in Africa
L. Bolton / Department for International Development, UK, 2011
The literature on vocational training discusses practices in both the formal and informal sectors and from both government and non-government providers. One best practice common to all of these emerges. It is fundamental that the obje...
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Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA)
KOICA was founded in1991, with a mission to fight against global poverty and has the goal of being Korea’s dedicated grant aid agency.
China Institute of International Studies (CIIS)
China Institute of International Studies (CIIS) is the think tank of China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It conducts research and analysis on a wide range of foreign policy issues.
Institute of Economic Growth, India (IEG)
The Institute of Economic Growth (IEG) is an autonomous, multidisciplinary Centre for advanced research and training. IEG's research falls into the following broad themes: agriculture and rural development environment and resource economics globalization and trade industry, labour and welfare macro-economic policy and mo...
Effective States and Inclusive Development Research Centre (ESID)
The Effective States and Inclusive Development Research Centre (ESID) research is investigating the political drivers of inclusive development, particularly how state capacity and elite commitment can emerge and be sustained, as well as how to support these processes. There will be a central focus on the role of power relations and dominant ideas in defining interests and shaping developmental for...
Australian Council for International Development (ACFID)
The Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) unites Australia’s non-government aid and international development organisations to strengthen their collective impact against poverty.
Global Climate Change Alliance (GCCA)
The Global Climate Change Alliance (GCCA) is a global alliance and an initiative of the European Union (EU), launched in 2007 and coordinated by the European Commission (EC), aimed at strengthening dialogue and cooperation on climate change with developing countries most vulnerable to climate change and supporting their efforts to develop and implement adaptation and mitigation responses. It fo...
Making All Voices Count (MAVC)
Making All Voices Count is a global initiative that supports innovation, scaling, and research to deepen existing innovations and help harness new technologies to enable citizen engagement and government responsiveness. This Grand Challenge focuses global attention on creative and cutting-edge solutions, including those that use mobile and web technology, to ensure the voices of all cit...
Arc Finance
Arc Finance is a global non-profit that brings together practitioners, funders, pro-poor enterprises, and end-users to develop solutions for access to finance for clean energy and water.
Development Ideas
Development Ideas is a space for thinkers and practitioners to learn, share and debate about international development—its origins, how it has changed and spread over time, and how it may evolve. The group have published an essential reference book for scholars, graduate students, practitioners and policy-makers: International Development: Ideas, Experience and Prospects  in...
Centre for Micro Finance, India (CMF)
The Centre for Micro Finance aims to improve the accessibility and quality of financial services for the poor through rigorous research, knowledge dissemination and evidence-based policy outreach. Most CMF research projects entail the collection of primary data via survey instruments. Once CMF data sets are cleaned and analyzed they are made publicly available online and can be accessible via...
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