All Poverty Reduction Publications


Towards Human Resilience: Sustaining MDG Progress in an Age of Economic Uncertainty

The recent global economic crisis has reinforced significant concerns about the impact of financial and economic shocks on human development. The increasing frequency of such shocks raises important questions about their systemic character and the ability of developing countries to withstand themore


Towards a Human Rights-Based Approach to Food Security: A Self-Assessment Tool to Achieve Balanced Plant Regimes

The agricultural sector is a crucial source of food, employment and trade, and so it contributes to overall economic growth and poverty reduction. Increasingly, the privatization and spread of commercial seeds is harming agricultural biodiversity in developing countries. In particular, intellectualmore


Trade Negotiations on Environmental Goods and Services in the LDC Context

LDCs face challenges in the context of the environmental goods and services trade talks: how to gain market access without degrading the environment and how to protect the environment without adversely affecting economic growth, while still advancing in the trade liberalization process. The papermore

Trade for Poverty Reduction

This report examines how well trade policy and poverty reduction are integrated in Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers. It argues that although trade is figuring prominently in PRSPs, there is a lack of understanding as to how trade and poverty reduction strategies can be fully integrated to spreadmore

Trade on Human Terms

The Report highlights that free trade can benefit the poor of Asia-Pacific if countries adopt bold new policies that harness trade and economic growth to promote people’s well-being. It also highlights the important sub-regional variations in employment performance across the region. Employmentmore


Trade, Gender and Poverty

This paper focuses on the relationship of trade, on the one hand, with gender and poverty, on the other,within the context of the human development paradigm. Specifically, it examines the impact of trade liberalization on gender inequalities (primarily via employment,wages and the care economy);more


Triangulating Success: Building Post-Crisis Capacity in the Solomon Islands

This note pulls together observations from a review of four projects in the Solomon Islands that have been referred to as “successful capacity building” or “successful approaches to capacity building”. more


Triple Wins for Sustainable Development

  As countries prepare for the ‘Rio+20’ United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, UNDP is pleased to share this report. It sets out national examples of progress toward sustainable development, from developing countries like Nepal and Niger, as well as emerging economies like Southmore


UNDG Key Messages for Accra

In preparation for the 3rd High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, Accra, Ghana, 2-4 September 2008, these messages articulate UNDG positions.more


UNDG Response to the Changing Aid Environment

The UNDG Working Group on Aid Effectiveness prepared this paper based on country-level experience and the lessons learned from various activities. The purpose of this paper is to guide United Nations positioning at the country level in the changing aid environment. The paper is intended for allmore