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GPIA Prof. Sakiko Fukuda-Parr Discusses Human Rights at UN

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GPIA Profesor Sakiko Fukuda-Parr is scheduled to be part of a panel that will present at the United Nations on this Tuesday, Feb. 4th. According to panel organizers, “this event will reflect on the causes, costs and consequences of rising economic, social, and environmental inequalities, and consider concrete ways in which the SDGs can contribute to the dismantling of discrimination and help address inequalities – including gender inequalities and inequities in global governance.”

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E-Discussion on Post-2015 Development Agenda

Imagine the world you want in 2050. What changes will be necessary to put global development on the path to building a more just, equitable world? The United Nations system is working with governments and civil society to build on the momentum generated by the MDGs, and to design an ambitious post- 2015 development agenda …

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What kind of world do you want?

With the 2015 deadline to meet the Millennium Development Goals rapidly approaching, the United Nations is gearing up to define the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals. While the number of people living in extreme poverty has dropped drastically since 1990, and quantifiable progress has been made in improving access to drinking water, the world is facing …

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Article on Sakiko Fukuda-Parr’s MDGs Research

Click here to read about Professor Sakiko Fukuda-Parr’s research project on the impacts of the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

UNDESA: Inclusive and Effective Global Economic Governance

Media Report Presentation  Team Aditi Shukla Manjola Karame Martine Nedregård Martin Wøldike Organization United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs About This project argues that a fair economic global governance structure must be legitimate, effective, representative in character and coherent. Its starting point commenced with an evaluation of the current global economic governance structure. The assessment was …

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