Democratic Governance

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A Desk Study on National Human Rights Action Plans

 This study aims at giving an overview of the present situation as well as of the development so far of the National Human Rights Action Plans in six pilot countries, Cape Verde, Lithuania, Mauritania, Moldova, Mongolia and Nepal. The overview of the process describes challenges, problems,more

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Linking Human Rights and MDGs

 This paper "Linking MDGs and Human Rights:Theoretical and Practical Implications" provides a basic introduction to human rights and the MDGs, discusses the practical relevance of human rights to achieving the MDGs, and addresses the key questions faced by practitioners when workingmore

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Democratic Governance Reader

A Reference for UNDP Practitioners is intended as a single volume reference tool on UNDP's approach to democratic governance. It is a joint publication of the Oslo Governance Centre, Democratic Governance Group (Bureau for Development Policy) and the Learning Resources Centre (Bureau ofmore

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2008 Oslo Governance Centre Annual Report

During 2008, OGC continued to strengthen its work on ‘flagship’ activities like the Governance Indicators project, Communication for Empowerment as part of the broader agenda on Access to Information, and the Huritalk policy network. more

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Oslo Governance Center: 2009 Annual Report

This report presents an overview of major activities and achievements for OGC in 2009. It includes key activities, some "stories making a difference," and a listing of all OGC publications produced in 2009. more

UNDP Global Programme
2014 to 2017

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Fast Facts
Democratic Governance

The response to the recent global economic crisis by many countries around the world, particularly developed nations, has demonstrated that the State has an important role to play in addressing critical challenges.  This is also an important lesson for developing countries as public institutions must have the capacity to address these difficulties while at the same time delivering the benefits of human development.

 

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UNDP's Annual Report
New Partnerships for Development

Our 2013-2014 Annual Report spotlights results from actions across core dimensions of development, from jobs and food security, to well-run elections, to crisis recovery, to the management of finite natural resources.

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