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Measuring the iceberg: the opportunities and limits of better tracking of resources beyond international humanitarian assistance
5th December 2018 This paper explores the hypothesis that the resources for crisis response that the humanitarian system knows about and tracks constitute the ‘tip... →
5th December 2018 The global manufacturing landscape is changing rapidly with the increasing use of digital technologies such as robotics and artificial... →
Empowering Public-Private Collaboration in Infrastructure: National Infrastructure Acceleration (NIA) approach
3rd December 2018 The Forum’s National Infrastructure Acceleration (NIA) project, using a model developed and tested across its various national workstreams,... →
Protecting the labour rights of young workers: Support an international standard on workplace violence and harassment
3rd December 2018 Strengthening legal protections against gender based violence at work is particularly important for young workers, 77% of whom are in informal... →
28th November 2018 Humanitarian action by its nature often operates in politically charged situations, and there are often tensions between delivering assistance... →
As local as possible, as international as necessary: understanding capacity and complementarity in humanitarian action
28th November 2018 The Secretary-General’s call at the World Humanitarian Summit, that humanitarian action should be ‘as local as possible, as international as... →
28th November 2018 Vietnam is another country from the time of its liberation nearly 44 years ago, the startling effects of 30 years of growth since Hanoi’s adoption... →
26th November 2018 Published for the first time in 1968, the UNCTAD annual Review of Maritime Transport (the Review) is the longest standing UNCTAD flagship report on... →
Identifying patterns in social norms contributing to violence against women and girls across Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean and the Pacific
26th November 2018 Oxfam’s worldwide ‘Enough’ campaign to end violence against women and girls aims to challenge and change the harmful social norms that justify... →