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World Day against Child Labour

Wilton Park reflects upon the international problem of Child Labour and efforts to combat it going forward. In the modern world it is estimated by…

What next for development?

The post-2015 development framework sets an agenda which would benefit the poorest countries – a personal view from conference chair and visiting programme director…

World Radio Day – enhancing global dialogue

13 February is UNESCO’s World Radio Day and is a time to reflect on the importance of the radio in furthering communication throughout the world.

Post-2015 framework on poverty eradication and sustainable development

Formulating priorities and strategies as the Millennium Development Goals approach their culmination – what next for the least developed countries. The post-2015 development framework: priorities…

Between incremental change and big vision

Roger Williamson, Visiting Fellow, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, writes: Day three of the ‘…

A big, argumentative UN family?

Roger Williamson, Visiting Fellow, Institute of Development Studies , University of Sussex, writes: On…

UN systems and its interventions

Vikas Nath, Associate Director, The FUNDS Project, Toronto writes: On day one of the New…

Wilton Park fulfils vital role supporting effective UN Development agencies

Acclaimed BBC World Service programme on the environment and development issues ‘One Planet’, sent presenter Richard Hollingham along to visit Wilton Park for their 50…

UN Africa Industrialisation Day is 20th November. Our work on Africa

Over 30 of the world’s 48 least developed countries are in Africa. 2010 is an important year for Africa and development work with the review…

Foundations and international development: partnership and outcomes

What are the new trends and challenges in development thinking? Where do Foundations fit in? Donor government organisations, NGOs, representatives from Southern civil society, development…