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    The EU's New Leaders: Key Post-Elections Challenges

    Events | Published on 28-01-2014

    External event Meeting Organiser: Friends of Europe...


    Evidence on a Silver Platter: Evaluation Results for Policy Making in Development

    Events | Published on 05-11-2015

    The conference will encourage new thinking for teaming policy relevance with methodological quality in development evaluations and tackles the crucial issue of better bridging the gap between policy-making and development evaluations.


    Expert Discussion: ‘Africa’s Agriculture: Opportunities and Challenges'

    Events | Published on 18-02-2014

    External event Panel Discussion Organiser: EMRC International...


    Expert Meeting on Financing for Development

    Events | Published on 28-05-2015

    2015 is a key year for development with upcoming international agreements on global poverty reduction and sustainable development. It is not only the year that the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) reach their deadline; it is also the year that a new global agenda for poverty eradication and sustainable development is being negotiated. Without effective agreements that address the mobilization of all types of financial resources for poverty reduction and sustainable development, it will be difficult to reach political commitments for this new global agenda.


    Expert roundtable on food and nutrition security under the SDGs and the Paris Agreement: A holistic approach

    Events | Published on 12-10-2016

    External event Roundtable This roundtable will gather Members of the European Parliament, experts from the European Commission, United Nations, NGOs and academics, all with extensive expertise on food and nutrition security. The keynote speech by Laté Lawson-Lartego (Senior Director o...


    Exploring Future Scenarios for Migration and their Implications for Development

    Events | Published on 03-06-2015

    New centres of economic growth have the potential to significantly affect international migration. They may slowdown emigration from these countries as well as favour returns of migrants in their origin country. In turn, these changing patterns of mobility – in addition to having significant economic, social and environmental implications – will introduce new challenges and opportunities for economies and people’s livelihoods in both origin and destination countries. The session will aim to broaden our perspectives on migration as an engine of development and open a discussion over a range of possible policy actions.


    Expo Milano 2015

    Events | Published on 02-07-2015

    The fight against malnutrition is a central element in the work of Save the Children, as well as education on a healthy diet for children.

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    Facilitating social innovation: Appreciating critical junctures in multi-stakeholder processes for development

    Events | Published on 15-11-2016

    ECDPM event Workshop By invitation only At the heart of social innovation are social actors, stakeholders who find innovative ways to relate, communicate and act in order to address “entrenched social challenges”. Social innovation is a well-known phenomenon: it is people tryin...


    Facing Fragilities: People, Aid and Institutions in Socio-Economic Recovery

    Events | Published on 11-09-2014

    External event Conference In recent years, issues of socio-economic development have taken centre stage in international thinking on conflict and peace. Socio-economic development ranks high on people's agendas and is considered an important condition for avoiding relapse into conflict. Thi...


    Factory Southern Africa? SACU in global value chains

    Events | Published on 21-01-2016

    External event Event Global Value Chain (GVC) analysis recognises that international production, trade and investments are increasingly organised within chains where the different stages of the production process are located across several countries. Outsourcing to the most efficient produc...


    

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