Publications (Papers): Mdg Dossier
2010 UN MDG REVIEW AND BEYOND: What to do differently? What to do the same?
Roundtable, UN Millennium Plaza Hotel, New York, 25 January 2010.
Organized by DSA, DFID, IDS, UNDP and EADI
Read the press release.
The debate continues at DFID conference on the Millennium Development Goals.
Guide to the new Millennium Development Goals Employment indicators : including the full decent work indicator set
January 2010 - International Labour Organization (ILO), Unit Employment
Aid: the Drama, the Fiction, and does it Work?
December 2009 - Institute of Social Studies (ISS); Working Paper No. 488; Author: Arjan de Haan
Missing: Children without parental care in international development policy
November 2009 - EveryChild Report; Author: Emily Delap et al.
After 2015: Promoting Pro-Poor Policy after the MDGS – The Plenary Presentations and Discussion
November 2009 - EADI DSA IDS ActionAid DFID Report, Authors: Micheal Tribe, Aurelien Lafon
MDGs: 4 takeaways from the UNDP meetings
Development Horizons blog from Lawrence Haddad
Can we stay the course on education?
Oxfam; Blog From Poverty to Power; Author: Duncan Green
Combating illicit financial flows from poor countries Estimating the possible gains
Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS); DIIS Policy Brief November 2009; Authors: Jakob Vestergaard and Martin Højland
The Business Sector in Post-Conflict Reconstruction
Fundacion para las Relaciones Internacionales y el Dialogo Exterior (FRIDE); Backgrounder, Authors: Carlos Fernandez Garcia, Juan Rial Roade
Building Public Awareness of Development: Communicators, Educators and Evaluation
2008/07 - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development - Development Centre (OECD/DC); Policy Brief No. 35, Author: A. Scheunpflug, I. McDonnell
On the Multidimensional Measurement of Poverty: An Empirical Study on South Africa
Millennium Development Goals at Midpoint: Where do we stand and where do we need to go?
François Bourguignon et al
Towards genuine universalism within contemporary development policy
Andrew M. Fischer
The Global Development Cycle, MDGs and the Future of Poverty Reduction
Governing Global Poverty? Global Ambivalence and the Millennium Development Goals
The MDGs: past, present and future: views and voices of young people
Sophia Ireland, Christine Allison
Particularity and Inclusion: Why the MDGs do not address the unique needs of Indigenous peoples
Catherine Loy, Russell-Mundine Gabrielle
Will the Global Financial Crisis Change the Development Paradigm?
Neil McCulloch, Andy Sumner
Global parameters for the implementation of the MDGs up to and beyond 2015 – challenges and current discussion
Stephen Klaus Ohme
After 2015: Promoting Pro-poor Policy after the MDGs
An Overview of Development Aid in 2040
Sinha, Pranay Kumar
After 2015: Promoting Pro-Poor Policy after the MDGs
Taking the MDGs Beyond 2015: Hasten Slowly
Economic, Social and Political Scenarios of Mexico in the Next Two Decades
José G Vargas-Hernández
MDGs 2.0 – An Open-sourced Campaign
The MDGs are modest, poorly defined and unreachable. Full speed ahead
Disaggregation counts: Why progress towards MDGs in Sub-Saharan Africa is slow ?
Promoting Pro-Poor Policy after the MDGs
Rajpal Singh Ghataoura
What has been the impact on poverty reduction of the MDG paradigm?
Kate Gooding, Diane Mulligan
Bringing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in from the Margins
Kate Hawkins, Hilary Standing
After 2015: Developing Social Protection Systems to Promote Child Well-being
Nicola Jones, Rebecca Holmes
After 2015: Promoting Pro-poor Policy after the MGDs
Policy Quest for Pro Poor Development During and End of MDG era
What next after the MDGs: lessons from the financial and food crises
OECD MP Project: The Global Project on Measuring the Progress of Societies: A global movement for a global challenge
Poverty Reduction and the MDGs Paradigm
Designing child-sensitive policies
Andy Sumner, et al:
What is Required to Meet the MDGs and What are the Key Elements of a Post-2015 Architecture?
Opportunities and Challenges in Green Economies and Green New Deals
Sara J. Wolcott
Agenda 2010: Bob Geldof and Marie Staunton
Sir Bob Geldof, singer/sonwriter, anti-poverty campaigner and Marie Staunton, Chief Executive of Plan UK give their views on progress towards the Millennium Development Goals, at the DFID conference, Agenda 2010: the Turning Point on Poverty.
Agenda 2010: The Turning Point on Poverty
MDG Review Event Blog
Progress on MDGs Requires Focus on Human Dignity, Equality and Equity
Aid Must Be an Input
The Millennium Development Goals: Two Priorities for 2010
To beat poverty we must support families to stay together
More on MDGs
MDG Summit Outcomes September 2010
MDGs Must be Met
DFID: UK calls for bold new plan to get MDGs back on track
Sustainable development tops UN chief’s priorities for 2010
The Millenium Development Goals - DFID Global Issues
DFID Conference on the Millennium Development Goals 11 March 2010