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Working paper: security in post-conflict contexts

April 2014
Development Progress working paper
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Laying the groundwork for our forthcoming case studies on security in Liberia and Timor Leste, this working paper looks at the complex and at times messy terrain of post-conflict security and argues for a modest understanding of security to caputre limited but important examples of progress in post-conflict situations.

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Influencing progress towards the Millennium Development Goals

September 2013
Dr. Renosi Mokate
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Clearly, we need greater commitment and a sense of urgency, particularly to address the lack of adequate progress in sub-Saharan Africa. And if we are to sustain the hard-won progress that has been made towards the MDGs, we need to strengthen the capacity of countries and the global community to prevent and resolve conflicts. Indeed, few MDGs can be achieved without peace, stability and sound governance.

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The Millennium Development Goals: one last push

September 2013
Susan Nicolai
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As we approach the United Nations General Assembly, Susan Nicolai invites development experts to share their views on what is needed to accelerate progress towards the MDGs.

Follow the debate on the new Development Progress website and read the latest contributions: Achieving the MDGs in Africa: should we accelerate? by Charles Abugre Akelyira; Why long-term finance is so important for Latin America by Andrea Ordóñez; The art of the possible: listening to the real experts by Gonzalo Pizarro; Context is all: why ignoring politics is a risky game by Hania Sholkamy and Influencing progress towards the Millennium Development Goals by Dr. Renosi Mokate.

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