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On the eve of Sunday’s Tunisian presidential election, contested for the first time by a female candidate, we release a new case study detailing how and why progress in women’s empowerment in Tunisia has been made.

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Iván Martín

Iván Martín

Iván is a Senior Research Fellow at the Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB).

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Children in Sindh, Pakistan - Russell Watkins for DFID (Creative Commons licensed via Flickr)

Youth and the global development agenda

Iván Martín
20 November 2014

As the Sustainable Development Goals approach agreement, Iván Martín has concerns about the place of youth in the otherwise ambitious agenda being proposed. He argues that development must offer youth more than just economic prospects, with employability alone being no substitue for developing meaningful social and political prospects.

The 2015 deadline for agreeing the sustainable development goals is rapidly approaching. With it comes a wealth of opportunities to renew efforts to tackle poverty, inequality and climate change. A series of events, starting with the D&C Days at COP20 in Lima, will debate innovative and inspiring ways to drive global progress.

To mark World Cities Day, and looking ahead to our event at COP20, Amina Khan takes a look at the importance of cities. Accounting for the majority of growth, but also the bulk of emisssions, how cities develop is vital to the #zerozero agenda.

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Fishermen off the coast of Gaza City - Shareef Sarhan for UN Photo (Creative Commons licensed via Flickr)

Cities: where ‘form’ meets transformations

Amina Khan
31 October 2014

Amina Khan takes a look at the importance of the city in the considerations around how to reach both zero poverty and zero emissions within a generation, arguing that it is becoming increasingly clear that cities need to take more of a cross-sectoral approach in planning and policy, and that they need to lead the way in creating and utilising durable infrastructure, efficient mobility and optimal land use.

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Amina Khan

Amina Khan

Amina is a Research Officer in ODI's Growth, Poverty and Inequality programme.

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