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  • Fast Facts: Anti-corruption and Democratic GovernanceFast Facts: Anti-corruption and Democratic GovernanceDec 8, 2011
    Corruption undermines human development by diverting public resources to private gain and reducing access to public services. Achieving the Millennium Development Goals will largely depend on the quality of governance.

  • Fast Facts: E-Governance and Access to InformationFast Facts: E-Governance and Access to InformationOct 11, 2011
    The explosive use of mobile technologies in the last five years and better Internet access give us cause to reconsider how we confront traditional development challenges.

  • Fast Facts: Supporting Democratic Transition in TunisiaSep 25, 2011
    UNDP has refocused its work in Tunisia to support key institutions, processes and stakeholders that can have a significant impact in assuring the steady transition to democracy – including support to the constitutional process, political parties, and women’s political participation.

  • Fast Facts: Indigenous PeoplesFast Facts: Indigenous PeoplesSep 22, 2014
    UNDP’s engagement with indigenous peoples is grounded on its overall vision to help countries achieve the simultaneous eradication of poverty and significant reduction of inequalities and exclusion. UNDP’s work on indigenous peoples is guided and shaped by the international human rights standards and principles, and particularly the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

  • Fast Facts: Justice and SecurityFast Facts: Justice and SecurityAug 30, 2011
    In the absence of access to justice, people are unable to have their voice heard, exercise their rights, challenge discrimination or hold decision-makers accountable. UNDP promotes effective, responsive, accessible and fair justice systems as a pillar of democratic governance.