Major Groups Share Positions on Empowerment, Inclusion Ahead of HLPF 2019
Nathalie Risse, Ph.D. Major Groups and other stakeholders submitted a series of position papers on the theme of the JulyRead more.
Why We Need ‘Real-time’ Multi-level Governance for the SDGs
Louis Meuleman , UN Expert The Goals and visions of the 2030 Agenda are agreed at global level, but aRead more.
Speakers at World Circular Economy Forum Call for Shift to “Living Instead of Consuming”
SDG Platform “Living instead of consuming” was a popular refrain heard during the 2019 World Circular Economy Forum (WCEF2019), aRead more.
Putting Prevention into Action: Community Approaches for Conflict Prevention
Anna Wellenstein and Franck Bousquet Workers build the Shash Pul school project in Afghanistan Regular followers of our blogs willRead more.
Achieving Good Development Outcomes from Country Level Programs
David Malpass, World Bank Group President Two months into my tenure as World Bank Group President, what stands out mostRead more.
Survey Explores National-level Stakeholder Engagement in 2030 Agenda
SDG Knowledge Together 2030 and Newcastle University are conducting a survey of stakeholders’ perceptions regarding national processes to follow upRead more.
From Poverty Reduction to Women’s Economic and Social Inclusion: How a World Bank Program is Achieving Remarkable Results
Ceyla Pazarbasioglu In Afghanistan, where violence and conflict continue unabated, and poverty is deeply entrenched, a World Bank program aimedRead more.
Five Facts about Food and Biodiversity
Nandita Roy The upsurge in warnings on shrinking biodiversity did not concern me very much as long as they wereRead more.
Industrial Policy: Is there a Paradigm Shift in Germany and what does this Imply for Europe?
Peter Bofinger A paper from the German economy minister on a national industrial policy has gone down like a leadRead more.
This Is What the World’s Waste Does to People in Poorer Countries
Waste is the biggest problem in countries which are unequipped to deal with it. Charlotte Edmond It’s contaminating our oceans.Read more.
An Economist Explains How to Value the Internet
Erik Byronjolfsson – Ceri Parker It is one the most commonly used measures of economic activity: gross domestic product (GDP),Read more.
Stopping the Great Splintering: A 5-Step Plan to Revive Multilateralism
Oli Brown A new publication on SDGs and foreign policy, prepared by researchers at the German thinktank adelphi, highlights aRead more.