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Experts and academics including Nobel laureate economist Joseph Stiglitz gathered in İstanbul where it is underlined that high rate of growth will not be sufficient to create welfare unless the benefits of growth are equally distributed across all segments of society. UNDP Turkey plans to publish a National Human Development Report on “inclusive growth” in early 2016.
Calls for universal provision of basic social services, and stronger policies for social protection and full employment to advance and secure development progress
In 16 countries human development levels for women are equal or higher than those for men according to the new Gender Development Index
Vulnerability to socioeconomic and environmental risks continue to affect region
With many MDG targets met and aid monies hitting record highs, other lagging targets need final push to seize on results and available solutions
Istanbul-The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Government of Turkey today sealed a five-year, $15 million agreement to support development in Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (ECIS), signaling Turkey’s enhanced focus on sustainable and inclusive growth in the region.
An international conference is being held in İstanbul which provides an opportunity to bring a diverse group of partners around the table to discuss ongoing trends in development co-operation to achieve a bigger development impact.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Government of Turkey will seal a five-year, $15 million agreement to support development in Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (ECIS), signaling Turkey’s enhanced focus on sustainable and inclusive growth in the region.
An international conference which aims to bring together both traditional and emerging development cooperation providing countries with their developing country partners to collectively discuss and develop new understandings, approaches and opportunities for the future of international development cooperation will be held in İstanbul on 19-20 June.
Participants from governments, international organizations, financial institutions and private sector discussed specific actions on how to leverage more private sector investments in sustainable energy solutions across the Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States region.
A regional conference which aims to look at how the private sector can help bring about sustainable energy solutions in Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent states region will be held in Istanbul on 13-14 May.
Sports personalities and UNDP Goodwill Ambassadors Marta, Maria Sharapova, Didier Drogba, Iker Casillas, Ronaldo and Zinédine Zidane unite to join the celebration.
UNDP’nin bu yıl onbirincisini düzenlediği Yoksullukla Mücadele Maçı, yarın akşam TSİ 21.00’de İsviçre’den canlı yayınla TV2 ekranlarında olacak. BM Kalkınma Programı İyi Niyet Elçileri Ronaldo ve Zidane’ın davet ettiği dünyaca ünlü futbol yıldızları arasında Türkiye’de top koşturmuş oyuncular da var.
New approaches to poverty measurement will be discussed in a workshop in Ankara on 20 February.
Brazilian female football striker Marta Vieira da Silva joins the Match for the second time -- Proceeds to support recovery efforts in the Philippines.
UNDP and Government of Turkey signed a cooperation protocol to strengthen collaboration on disaster risk reduction which is an important area for the country considering in the last 60 years economic losses caused by disasters correspond to 3 percent of the GNP.
Prime Ministry Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) and UNDP signs a cooperation protocol tomorrow on disaster risk reduction.
Senior officials of the Government of Turkey and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) met today to advance their global strategic partnership that has been in place since 2011 to jointly address some of the key development challenges facing the world today – including governance, human rights, equality, womens’ economic empowerment and sustainable development.
A sustained reduction in inequality requires a shift to more inclusive growth patterns – supported by redistributive polices and changes in social norms – says a report launched today by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Administrator Helen Clark.
Annual Match to take place at the STADE DE SUISSE on 4 March 2014, dedicated to support recovery efforts in the Philippines.
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