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New measures, new insights: the 2014 Human Development Report – Stephan Klasen

From farm to fork – combating Asia’s hidden hunger  – Bindu N. Lohani

Development myths – ODI’s take on the Gates letter – Claire Melamed

¿Adónde van los planes nacionales de energía en América del Sur? – Peter Newborne

Unlocking the potential of African prosperity – Novella Bottini and Solène Dengler

A crucial year ahead: development finance and the need for fresh perspectives – Gail Hurley

A year of conversation on what works in development – Chris Little

Address ethnic discrimination to ‘leave no one behind’ – Amanda Lenhardt

Are the Sustainable Development Goals good news for women? – Caroline Sweetman and Valeria Esquivel

As things stand, women’s economic empowerment is unlikely to be achieved – Abigail Hunt

AUDIO: interviews with leading health and development experts – Tim Webster

Audioblog: Ask the experts – how can the international financial architecture work for development? – Leah Worrall

Britain’s progress on the SDGs is ‘insufficient’ – Elizabeth Stuart

Building women’s economic empowerment – Suzi Nandera

Cartagena Data Festival and the data revolution – resources from the festival

Changing the story for neglected tropical diseases – Zoe Smith

Citizens and engagement: moving beyond slogans – Alina Rocha Menocal

Colombia’s women, tried by war, find new power – Alina Rocha Menocal and Pilar Domingo

Countdown to zero-zero – Ilmi Granoff and Susan Nicolai

Development Progress – exploring what works and why – Development Progress

DevPolicy: Can the SDGs be achieved by 2030? – Chris Hoy

Did 2015 pass the five tests for development success? – Susan Nicolai

Eldis: The SDGs must leave no one behind – Tanvi Bhatkal

Employment in the spotlight: too hot to handle? – Pedro Martins

Ending child marriage: can we achieve this SDG? – Thomas Aedy

Filming the stories behind the transformation of employment in Sri Lanka – Timothy Webster

Financing development: A few lessons from Development Progress case studies – Annalisa Prizzon

Five key questions for the WHO on Neglected Tropical Diseases – Dr Dirk Engels

Five lessons from the ODI Parliamentary Reception on Women’s Economic Empowerment – Mollie Liesner

Five myths about poverty, growth and inequality – Chris Hoy

Five myths about women’s economic empowerment – Abigail Hunt

Five ways that politics shapes education systems and reforms – Joseph Wales

Ghana’s democracy is driving great progress in health and education – Alina Rocha Menocal

Going beyond averages: the geographic lottery of child mortality – Emma Samman, Jose Manuel Roche and Laura Rodriguez Takeuchi

Governments adopt the SDGs next week. Then what? – Elizabeth Stuart

Habitat III round-up: how cities can implement the SDGs and Paris climate goals – Paula Lucci

High-Level Panel report on women’s economic empowerment: a good start but more to do – Abigail Hunt

Hope against food insecurity in Ethiopia – Arron Merat

How can we improve living conditions in slums? Lessons from Bangkok, Lima and Ahmedabad – Paula Lucci

How can we reach an SDG target when we’re moving in the wrong direction? – Susan Nicolai

How technology can help – or hinder – women entrepreneurs – Abigail Hunt

IF only: a wish-list for development campaigns – Katy Harris

Inclusive cities are safer cities – for everyone

Inclusive development is needed to sustain ‘Africa Rising’  – Jan Hofmeyr

Indian election 2014: all to play for in the world’s biggest numbers game! – William Avis

IRF2015: Can the SDGs be achieved by 2030? – Tom Berliner

Is extreme poverty going to end by 2030? – Chris Hoy

More than good intentions – there has been progress in development – Alison Evans

Myanmar election: five things you should know – Tom Berliner

No, Deaton’s Nobel prize win isn’t a victory for aid sceptics – Tom Berliner

One step forward, one step back? Ahmedabad’s evolving urban policy – Tanvi Bhatkal

Où vont les plans nationaux d’énergie en Amérique du Sud? – Peter Newborne

Paving the way for Universal Health Coverage – Ana B. Amaya

Photo essay: The real faces of climate change – Amanda Lenhardt

Policy and the people’s voice – Sarah White

Politics and megacities: what does political transition in Nigeria mean for Lagos? – Clare Cummings

Power generation alone won’t deliver energy to Africa’s poor – Ilmi Granoff & James Ryan Hogarth

Presenting two new interactive infographics with useful data on group-based inequalities – Emma Samman

Priorities for the new UN Secretary-General: Achieving the SDGs – Elizabeth Stuart

Progress to be proud of – putting planet and people first – Dr Camilla Toulmin. Director IIED

Reefs at risk: why our current approach won’t work – Thomas Aedy

‘Rethinking possible futures’ through solar-powered, lighter-than-air sculpture at D&C Days

SDGs: five challenges for city leaders – Paula Lucci

Show me the money: development finance in the post-2015 era – Annalisa Prizzon

Shuffling the decks: quick fixes versus long-term stability – Suda Perera

Slum upgrading as a routine municipal activity: what can we learn from Latin America? – Paula Lucci

Sound Art competition explores rising sea levels, response to eco-crisis

Speaking truth to power – Katy Harris

The Africa Agenda 2063 and the SDGs: the African Union barks, but will it find its bite? – Fortunate Machingura

The future of Aid for Trade – what are the experts saying? – Yurendra Basnett

The importance of data for fighting poverty in Sierra Leone – Nat Wellington

The measurement revolution – Jonathan Tanner

The role of ODA in financing the future – Joan Stott

The unknown people battling the world’s neglected diseases – Romina Rodríguez Pose

The US election shows us why the SDGs are so important right now – Elizabeth Stuart

Time for the South to step up and help finance development? – Gideon Rabinowtiz

Toward a common agenda: zero poverty, zero emissions, within a generation – Susan Nicolai and Katy Harris

Tunisian women’s lens – Amina Gharred

Uganda’s work in progress – Laura Rodriguez-Takeuchi

UNGA – Bad for traffic, but good for the world – Liesbet Steer

Urban resilience: vital to tackling both climate change and poverty – Kirsty Gray

What can the experiences of Sierra Leone and Cambodia tell us about how to fight NTDs? – Romina Rodrguez Pose

What kind of ‘data revolution’ do we need?

What the ‘Uber-isation’ of domestic work means for women – Abigail Hunt

What will drive progress to SE4All? – Andrew Scott

What will make the High Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment a true game changer? – Abigail Hunt

What works in improving living conditions in slums: lessons from three case studies – Paula Lucci

What’s driving the quiet revolution in basic healthcare? – Romina Rodríguez Pose

Why I’m not happy with a happiness index – Emma Samman

Why is progress on poverty reduction in Pakistan so contested? – Amina Khan

Why should ministers of finance of developing countries borrow for health? – Andrew Rogerson

Why we need to leave no one behind – Elizabeth Stuart

Why we should lend more money to richer countries – Andrew Rogerson

Winning entry of ‘My Story’ competition says extreme weather affects Mexican festivals – Carmen Carmona

Youth and the global development agenda – Iván Martín