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2014

More Remains to Be Done: Perspectives on the 16 Focus Areas of the OWG

Current patterns of socio-economic development are demonstrably leading to a world that is more socially unequal, ecologically fragile and economically vulnerable than ever before.¬† In the long span of human history, there have never been as many people existing in extreme poverty, as broad a spectrum of species becoming extinct, …

The New Aid Landscape

The last decade has witnessed the evolution of a new landscape of development cooperation. The rise of new financial contributions and models for meeting international development objectives that are beyond the definition of traditional official development assistance has redefined the contours of development assistance. These new development contributions include non-development …

Future we Want

Envision India in 2047, celebrating 100 years of independence. Imagine a India where development means living in a healthy ecosystem with peace, justice and dignity for all; a India where prosperities are distributed fairly; a India where every child is educated and has access to nutritious food; a India where …