• Transitioning from the MDGs to the SDGs
    Nov 21, 2016

    This UNDP-World Bank Report pulls together the main lessons learned from the MDG Reviews for the UN system and for its engagement at the country level, which took place at the UN System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB). The Reviews, which brought together UN and World Bank Group staff, systematically identified the country situation, the bottlenecks to MDG attainment, and potential solutions to be implemented. Since many MDGs have been absorbed into the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), many of the observations and solutions provided could prove useful to the implementation of the SDGs.

  • Voices from Religions on Sustainable Development
    Nov 11, 2016

    The idea for this publication originally arose during talks with representatives of the world’s major religions. What do Buddhists say about global justice? What status does the preservation of creation have for Christians? What do Muslims understand by responsible business prac- tices?

  • Equality and participation in public decision making in PNG
    Nov 3, 2016

    This Report considers the first hand accounts of women who contested the 2012 election, a group of media representatives and a group of representatives of political parties. The impediments to the participation and representation of women in public decision making roles in PNG are found across all parts of life in PNG. The Report makes findings and recommendations based on the data collected at the Election Diagnostic Workshop and, using that evidence base, acknowledges the need for a multifaceted response to a complex problem with multiple causes and manifestations.

  • Making natural resource revenue sharing work
    Oct 26, 2016

    This Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) policy paper represents a comprehensive global survey of natural resource revenue sharing regimes. One of our aims is to summarize these global experiences and make them accessible to policymakers, academics and public finance, resource governance and conflict experts.

  • Empowering  Women for Stronger Political Parties
    Oct 26, 2016

    is Guide is the rst of its kind to identify and cate- gorise the range of actions which political parties can take to support women’s participation during di erent phases of the electoral cycle, including during the pre- and post- election phases. e Guide is targeted to members of political parties, particularly those in leadership roles, and to civil society organizations and gender equality activists. It is also intended to encourage global political party founda- tions and alliances to embrace gender equality as a norm in their constitutions and their work. Finally, the Guide gives valuable guidance to those international organizations and development agencies which provide programming support to political parties in relation to women’s political participation. When women have a real voice in all governance institu- tions, from the political to those in the civil service, the private sector, and civil society, they will be able to partic- ipate equally with men in public dialogue, and in uence the decisions which determine their own future and that of their families, communities, and nations.

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