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Podcast
7 March 2024

Women’s rights in Afghanistan. What are we missing? Episode 5

Since returning to power in 2021, the Taliban have created the world’s most serious women’s rights crisis. What are we missing about the situation today? And what does the future hold?

Podcast
18 March 2024

Global development and mental health. What are we missing? Episode 6

Globally, over a billion people live with a mental disorder. But good data on mental health is often lacking. What can be done to plug this key information gap?

Discussion paper
22 April 2024

The conundrum of climate financing

This paper proposes some foundations for just climate financing, and asks why funds are still insufficient for climate adaption to tackle climate change.

Report
23 May 2024

Aid effectiveness in Uganda: Social protection in focus

This report analyses ODA's role in delivering social protection in Uganda. It examines the success of an aid-recipient programme and presents lessons for donors.

Briefing
24 May 2024

The African Development Bank as a catalyst for reforming global financial architecture

Unfair systems are increasing African debt. Will the African Development Bank (and other IFIs) take the opportunity to catalyse meaningful change in the global financial architecture?

Report
5 June 2024

Data analysis to leave no one behind in Simta, Nepal

This report analyses the available data in Simta municipality in Nepal and finds that children, women and girls are at risk of being left behind. It makes recommendations that can be used for policymaking to address inequalities and improve the data landscape.

Report
5 June 2024

Data analysis to leave no one behind in Tulsipur, Nepal

This report analyses the available data in Tulsipur municipality in Nepal and finds that children, women and girls are at risk of being left behind. It makes recommendations that can be used for policymaking to address inequalities and improve the data landscape.