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CDP Background Paper series

The general preliminary conclusion is that the impacts on development cooperation will be relatively small, as most development partners do not rely on whether or not a country is an LDC as a primary determinant of their assistance.

The fourth annual review of the VNRs by the CDP providing a systematic content analysis of the VNRs presented to the 2021 HLPF.

This paper provides conceptual inputs on a potential bi-modal monitoring framework for the LDC category

The third annual review of the VNRs by the CDP providing a systematic content analysis of the VNRs presented to the HLPF.

CDP Background Paper No. 49 By CDP Subgroup on voluntary national reviews Voluntary national reviews (VNRs) are an important innovation as a United Nations process for follow up to the adoption of development agendas. The paper analyses how countries a ...

CDP Background Paper No. 48 By Keith Nurse Migration and the growth of global diasporas are key contemporary trends which impact on the pledge to “leave no one behind” in the 2030 Agenda. The developmental potential of migration is captured in four Goa ...

CDP Background Paper No. 47 By Sakiko Fukuda-Parr and Thea Smaavik Hegstad One of the most important elements of the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs is the strong commitment to inclusive development, and ‘leaving no one behind’ has emerged as a central theme ...

CDP Background Paper No. 46 By CDP subgroup on voluntary national reviews Voluntary national reviews (VNRs), are an important innovation as a United Nations process for follow up to the adoption of development agendas. The paper analyses how countries ...

CDP Background Paper No. 45 By Ann Harrison We examine globalization’s effects on those left behind in both industrial and emerging markets. While access to global markets has lifted billions out of poverty in emerging markets, the benefits have not be ...

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