ODI events – often hosted at our London HQ and streamed to a global audience – bring together the world’s most influential thinkers to discuss the critical issues of our time.
  • Indian children at school. Photo: José Antonio Morcillo Valenciano

    PFI conference 2020

    Our two-day conference invites ministers, civil servants and leading academics to reflect on how public financial management can deliver for public services.

  • CSW64: Beijing 25 years on

    At the 64th session of the Commission on the Status of Women, we explore key moments, actions, and actors that are needed to drive sustainable change on gender equality. Sign up to our series of events here. 

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    Towards universal health coverage

    Exploring the constraints, enabling factors and strategies used to achieve universal health coverage (UHC) and leave no one behind. 

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Were the 'Voices of the Poor' really heard?

Public event | 29 November 2000 13:00 - 14:30 GMT+00

During this event, Robert Chambers discussed the four different processes involved in 'Voices of the Poor' and said it was difficult to determine whether these processes influenced the WDR.

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Can aid be effective in reducing poverty?

Public event | 22 November 2000 13:00 - 14:30 GMT+00

During this event, Alison Evans's presentation opened with a series of observations from the evaluation of The World Bank's Poverty Reduction Strategy in the 1990s which she headed for OED in 1998/00.

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Pro-poor international public goods?

Public event | 15 November 2000 13:00 - 14:30 GMT+00

During this event Adrian Hewitt started the presentation by linking the WDR's three main legs: opportunity, empowerment and security up to global public goods (GPG) thus: global public goods provide an opportunity for empowerment to enhance security in...

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