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Capacity4dev Team posted Information 24 January 2014

Oxfam and Development Finance International have launched the website “Government Spending Watch' www.governmentspendingwatch.org, which looks into how developing countries are - or are not - spending t

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From24 April 2018
in Genève (Switzerland)
Organised byUN/CEFACT - UNECE

On 24th April, it is going to be five years since the Rana Plaza’s tragic collapse of a gar

Children sit outside in Sierra Leone
Over two years since the Ebola crisis, Sierra Leone has seen modest recovery while continuing to struggle with the legacy of its civil war. EU Head of Cooperation, Thierry Cozier, discusses the challenges of addressing food insecurity, corruption and revenue generation.
Arnaud Berghmans uploaded a new Document 23 March 2017

Presentation given at the Cooperation DAys workshop on 23 March 2017

Mélanie Romat posted Information 19 April 2017

The challenges faced by Dominican local governments require a greater concertation and determination of central, local and civil society powers.

Author: Alice Auradou

Natalia Papú Carrone uploaded a new Document 4 April 2018

This study conducted by the UNECE UN/CEFACT looks into transparency in textile value chains in relation to the environmental, social and human health impacts of parts, components and production processes.

 

Alfred NKODIA uploaded a new Document 23 November 2017

Du 26 février au 11 mars 2017, une équipe du projet OI-APV FLEGT a effectué une mission indépendante dans le département du Kouilou/Pointe-Noire. L’équipe a couvert les Unités Forestières d’Exploitation (UFE) Nkola et Ntombo attribuées respectivement aux sociétés AFRIWOOD et COTRANS.

Vera Köppen posted Information 25 April 2018

On our website you find an opinion piece of FWF associate director Margreet Vrieling on changes needed in the garment industry: https://www.fairwear.org/news/5-years-on-from-the-rana-plaza-collapse/

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Domestic resource mobilization is high on the development agenda, and revolves around how developing countries can raise more revenues through their own tax systems and natural resource management. The idea is to create a less aid-dependent, more nationally-accountable, predictable and stable stream of financing for development and poverty eradication.

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