After 2015: new challenges in development

10 March - 30 April 2011
Event Series
Description

This series will look at what we know about how progress has been achieved, and what are the key challenges that remain to be confronted.  These questions will become more urgent as we move towards the 2015 deadline for achievement of the MDG targets, and as policy makers begin to focus on how to maintain progress on the MDGs after that date.  This series will set the scene, by looking at what has been achieved, and at the key new challenges that we will have to confront to end poverty up to 2015 and beyond.

The politics of post-2015

Public event | 15 July 2011 13:00 - 14:30 GMT+01 (BST)

Discussions about what happens after the MDGs officially expire in 2015 are hotting up. At this ODI and BOND event we will be asking a panel of experts to...

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After 2015: New challenges for development - Jobs and growth

Public event | 11 May 2011 13:00 - 14:30 GMT+01 (BST)

DFID’s recent Bilateral Aid Review committed the organisation to using UK aid to create tens of thousands of jobs in the countries where DFID operates. But what can governments and donors can actually do to create jobs and foster equitable growth, and how...

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After 2015: new challenges in development - climate finance

Public event | 24 March 2011 13:00 - 14:30 GMT+00

This meeting is at the inter-section of two ODI meeting series - on the post 2015 development framework, and on climate finance. The meeting will assess the extent to which achieving progress on poverty and deprivation can become an aspect of...

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After 2015: new challenges in development - urbanisation

Public event | 18 March 2011 15:30 - 17:00 GMT+00

Most of the world’s population now lives in cities.  While that is not yet true of the world’s poor, increasingly movements to cities, and the relationships between city and countryside, are a key part of the realities of poor people’s lives....

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