On 25 September 2015, the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit adopted the 2030 agenda, establishing a new global framework for eradicating poverty and ensuring sustainable development. Focusing on People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace and Partnership, the agenda is universal. It aims at

Countries  from Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP) Unite to Empower Rural Women and Young People To tackle the root causes of poverty and hunger we must address the inadequacy of employment conditions and generate opportunities for young people, in

From the Addis Ababa Third International Conference on Financing for Development to the UN General Assembly in New York, the post 2015 Sustainable Development goals take the form of: a road paved with good intentions for the poor and hungry.  In

Partnership for Development in the 21st Century PART TWO: The Future of South-South Cooperation In Part One of this article, we looked at successful South-South Cooperation spurred by China and Brazil but many more countries provide notable examples of SSC, suggesting that the

A Win-Win Partnership for Development in the 21st Century The world is changing as fast as the pace of new technological innovations that are increasingly shrinking our notion of time and space. And one of the trigger of changes is the

The International Year of Family Farming closes The way out for Africa: family farming and the role of the UN and FAO in promoting its development to fight poverty and hunger that affects 214 million Africans The UN declared 2014

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