The Istanbul Programme of Action aims at overcoming the structural challenges of the LDCs through building their human and productive capacities and enabling their graduation from the LDC category.
LDC IV Monitor is an independent partnership established in September 2011 by eight think tanks and academic institutions from least developed countries (LDCs) and partner countries.
Foreign direct investment (FDI) plays an important role in the world economy today and has the potential to contribute towards accelerating the process of economic growth and sustainable development in the least developed countries (LDCs).
The United Nations Office of the High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States (UN-OHRLLS) is presenting the State of the Least Developed Countries 2014 as part of its mandated analytical activities on the eight priority areas of the Istanbul Programme of Action for the Least Developed Countries for the Decade
When United Nations Member States gathered in Istanbul in 2011 at the Fourth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDCs), it was with the view to express global solidarity and renew commitments to support strong and sustainable growth and development in this poorest and most vulnerable group of nations.
Soon after the creation of the United Nations Office of the High Representative in early 2002, the Open Forum for Partnership was launched as a platform for entities of the United Nations system, policy makers, academia and development practitioners, often located outside New York, to share their perspectives on development challenges that face the three most vulnerable groups of countries: the
Following on the outcome of the 2010 High-level Plenary Meeting of the General Assembly on the Millennium Development Goals, the United Nations Secretary-General established the UN System Task Team in September 2011 to support UN system-wide preparations for the post-2015 UN development agenda, in consultation with all stakeholders.
Climate change affects all, but it does not affect us equally.
Governance for the future: Democracy and Development in the Least Developed Countries documents the important strides being made bt the world's poorest nations to achieve better governence and show that poverty is not an insurmintable barrier to democracy.