Thursday, 28 March 2013

ODI 28 March 2013

ODI - Shaping Policy for Development

Overseas Development Institute (ODI) newsletter 
28 March 2013
As the High-Level Panel in Bali concludes its post-MDG discussions, Claire Melamed explores the latest results from the My World surveyshowing what people think would make the most difference to their lives.
Collage of faces, Twitter
ODI Director of Research Andrew Norton explains why Mali proves the case for a rethink of global drugs policy.
Kenya election 2013: 
a rosy picture?
Alina Rocha Menocal discusses the overallhealth of democracy in Kenya, and Jonathan Tanner asks Michaela Wrong about how she perceived the March 2013 Kenya elections.
A ‘game-changing’ shift 
in aid
New ODI research reveals that aid could be heading for a tipping point where the majority of funds are ‘non-traditional’.

Sir John Holmes - my life as 
an 'accidental humanitarian'
Sir John Holmes discusses some of the most controversial episodes of his tenure as UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator in a recent ODI event and interview.
A guide to planning in the face of complexity
In the complex context of development, this guide to strategy development shows how 
policy-makers, managers and practitioners can still make planning relevant and realistic.

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