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UNDP Transformation Series

The UNDP Transformation Series gathers progressive ideas and voices on achieving the 2030 Agenda through UNDP's Strategic Plan.


Delivering services in cities under crisis

This World Cities Day finds cities on the frontline of the pandemic.  


A tale of cities

Many are not equipped to respond to a crisis such as the COVID-19 pandemic.  


How we can equip our healthcare systems for the future

Coping with non-pandemic related health issues, including the increasing health-related effects of climate change.  


How can small islands reimagine tourism for a green recovery

The global travel ban has decimated many countries' economies.  


Between glass ceilings and glass walls

Women's leadership in public institutions.  


Measuring development progress beyond income

Celebrating 30 years of the Human Development Index.  


Walking for good

Beirut Walk for the Inclusion of People with Disabilities.  


COVID-19; an opportunity to re-think disaster risk governance

Lessons from the Dominican Republic.  


Secondary impact modelling; long term learning from COVID-19

Using data to help countries plan, respond, and reduce risk.  


Commemorating the Beijing Declaration

The 25th anniversary of the most visionary agenda for gender equality.  


The value of local action in tackling our planetary emergency

Indigenous peoples and local communities offer the best hope for solutions to our planetary emergency.  


Building forward from COVID-19 towards the ambition of the 2030 Agenda

The 2030 Agenda came into being five years ago. Never before had world leaders pledged common action and endeavour across such a broad and universal policy agenda  


Nature loss is risky business

One of the top three ranked risks in the world in terms of potential impact.  


Putting nature at the heart of business and finance

When businesses prioritize nature, it unlocks US$10.1 trillion in financial opportunity and will create 395 million jobs by 2030.  


Bending the curve on biodiversity loss requires nothing less than transformational change

A spate of recent reports paint a stark picture.  

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