The publications section offers a topic specific overview of the latest publications by international research organisations, civil society and academia, but also by the members and partners of the Platform.
Gender inequality is costing sub-Saharan Africa on average $US95 billion a year, jeopardising the continent’s efforts for inclusive human development and economic growth, according to the Africa Human Development Report 2016.
The International Conference on Territorial Inequality and Development took place back in January 2016 in Puebla, Mexico. The outcomes of the conference feed into the discussion in the workstream on Agenda 2030.
Territorial development approaches are a supreme tool that provide an overview of the diversity across territories and will serve greatly towards the implementation of the sustainable development goals.
The European Commission analyses in this report the relationship between the traditional donor, EU and the new actors that are taking on more and more responsibility and draws conclusions about the future position of the EU.
Chicago Council researchers suggest that investments in global food security have multiple positive impacts on poverty, economic growth, social stability and resilience especially in low-income countries.
Billions of people live in rural areas in developing countries. They are most vulnerable to climate change impacts, suffer higher child mortality and lack of access to decent health care institutions and infrastructure.