In this Development Dialogue Paper, Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation’s Senior Advisor Bruce Jenks argues that introducing and implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) brings an opportunity to discuss the world’s response to global challenges and to rethink positions on global public goods (GPGs).
This Development Dialogue paper summarises local perspectives on inclusivity in peacebuilding, gathered from consultations in Somalia, Timor-Leste, Liberia and Burma/Myanmar. It elaborates on a number of themes that recurred in several of the country contexts and ends by highlighting suggestions on how international peacebuilding actors can improve the chances of supporting inclusive and sustainable peacebuilding efforts.
This seminar paper explores how best to measure development, looking ahead to the post-2015 framework.
The seminar paper explores governance and rule of law as the foundation for human development.
Global consultations have been held, people’s voices heard, numerous papers and reports published – but what can we realistically expect as the world’s leaders gather in New York to advance the international develop-ment agenda beyond 2015?
This seminar paper asks, how do we ensure that the young and elderly are subjects and actors, not objects, of the new development agenda?
This seminar paper explores global food security and nutrition in the Post-2015 agenda.
Dr Mohammed Ibn Chambas delivered the third annual Kofi Annan/Dag Hammarskjöld Lecture on ‘The Growing Challenges of Peace and Security in Africa: A West African Perspective’.
This is the Executive Summary of the report ‘Financing the UN Development System: Key emerging trends’. This Development Dialogue paper draws attention to three key emerging and evolving financing trends that are of particular relevance to the UNDS: the growth of issue-based multi-agency pooled financing; the challenge of leveraging official development assistance (ODA); and the role of innovative finance.
This report draws attention to three key emerging and evolving financing trends that are of particular relevance to the UNDS: the growth of issue-based multi-agency pooled financing; the challenge of leveraging official development assistance (ODA); and the role of innovative finance.