Through this event, the Climate and Development Knowledge Network intends to explore the linkages between climate change and the post-2015 development framework. The event brings together experts and practitioners in climate change and sustainable development to present and discuss the views of developing countries. The outcomes will be shared with the Executive Office of the UN Secretary-General in advance of the Leaders’ Summit on climate change in New York in September.
This event will examine how certain developing countries have tackled the trade-offs inherent within the food-water-energy nexus, balancing environmental concerns with the need for development, and it will reflect on the importance of integrating across sectors for the implementation of the SDGs. New research conducted as part of ODI’s Development Progress project will be discussed.
On World Humanitarian Day join us for the launch of 'Aid in Danger: The Perils and Promise of Humanitarianism' - a hard look at violent attacks against aid workers on the frontlines of humanitarian crises.
What does good leadership look like in humanitarian operations? How can we promote it? Join us for a panel discussion to launch ALNAP's new study, where we will discuss the findings of our literature review, survey and interviews into effective leadership.
This two-day conference hosted by ODI and CARE International UK and funded by Big Lottery Fund will focus on two key thematic areas: vulnerabilities faced by women migrant workers and challenges in developing lasting policy solutions.