units: Development Policy Branch (DPB)
Development Policy Branch (DPB)
7 February 2022
Prof. Ocampo stressed that productive capacity is at the center for achieving sustainable development as countries recover from COVID-19
4 January 2022
The 24 CDP members will serve from 1 January 2022 until 31 December 2024
13 July 2020
COVID-19’s ruthless sweep across the world demands a bold multilateral response. There are immense inequalities in the capacities of governments to respond both to the health emergency and to the social and economic fallout.
1 May 2020
Covid-19 threatens to have devastating consequences in least developed countries (LDCs). Unless bold policy actions are taken by the international community, achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by the 2030 deadline will likely slip out of reach.
27 February 2020
Outcome of the CDP Plenary on LDC related work
20 February 2020
Insights from the CDP on contemporary challenges and opportunities at the intersection between inequalities and leading topics on the global agenda
15 July 2019
On 15 July 2019 Prof. Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, Vice-Chair of the Committee for Development Policy (CDP), participated as resource person at the session of the High-level Political Forum (HLPF) entitled "Four years of VNRs: what have we learned on implementi ...
12 July 2019
On 11 July 2019 Prof. Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, Vice-Chair of the Committee for Development Policy (CDP), presented the findings of the CDP analysis of the 2018 Voluntary National Reports in a HLPF side event entitled: “National Reports on the 2030 Agenda: W ...
10 July 2019
Development often creates or exacerbates poverty and comes at the expense of environmental integrity, pushing people further behind. It is particularly important, she stated, to address the inequalities that create obstacles to the reform of the mechanisms through which people are pushed behind, such as decision-making systems where the most disadvantaged are often unrepresented.