The goals and targets of the 2030 Agenda are interconnected, aiming to integrate the three dimensions of sustainable development: economic, social and environmental. Explicitly or implicitly, young people are deeply embedded within their fabric. Their knowledge, reach, and innovative solutions are essential if sustainable development is to be realized.
This publication is designed to support UNDP staff, partners and national stakeholders who wish to advocate for the inclusion of comprehensive constitutional provisions that protect and advance women’s human rights and fundamental freedoms.
This publication sets out the vision, policy and programming offer of UNDP’s Governance and Peacebuilding Cluster. It is intended for UNDP staff, UNDP partners, donors and the global development community.
This year, as countries begin to take concrete action to deliver on their national climate goals, we are pleased to release an updated report of UNDP’s climate change work. New, in this report, is a special focus on the linkages between climate change and Sustainable development.
This booklet brings together UNDP’s consolidated offering of expertise assembled in a variety of tools and resources to support efforts of countries affected by crisis and fragility, as they ready themselves to implement the SDGs.
The UNDP Thematic Trust Funds for Crisis Prevention and Recovery, Democratic Governance and the Environment were established in 2001. This report presents highlights from 2015, the final year of operation of the funds.
This programming guide features field-tested and evidence-based perspectives, offering technical advice on key aspects of legal aid programming, such as monitoring and evaluation, resource mobilization and capacity development backed by good practices on successful legal aid schemes, strategies and plans that were established in African countries, often times with limited funding.
Phase II of the Global Project for Electoral Cycle Support was launched in March 2015 as a successor to GPECS I (2009-2015). GPECS I and II have been designed to respond to demands of UNDP electoral assistance worldwide and to ensure global coherence in the delivery, as well as in the development and implementation, of UNDP electoral policy and capacity development.
The Global Meeting on ‘Preventing Violent Extremism (PVE) through Promoting Inclusive Development, Tolerance and Respect for Diversity’ was an opportunity for global development actors to engage in in-depth discussions on their role in preventing violent extremism. This report presents key points from the many conceptual and thematic discussions.