This session will highlight the achievements of one of the JSDF’s projects in Bangladesh, “Safe Migration for Bangladeshi Workers” by bringing together key stakeholders involved in the project.
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The main author of the new report "A Measured Approach to Ending Poverty and Boosting Shared Prosperity: Concepts, Data, and the Twin Goals", Dean Jolliffe, Senior Economist, World Bank’s Development Research...Read More »
An international workshop on “Going beyond Agricultural Water Productivity”, co-organized by the World Bank Group, will bring together leading experts with different disciplinary backgrounds, including...Read More »
The World Bank Group invites you to the launch of a new resource guide for development practitioners on preventing and responding to violence against women and girls across a range of development sectors.
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Stelios Michalopoulos (Brown, NBER) will share the results of his most recent research done in collaboration with Alberto Alesina (Harvard, IGIER, CEPR, NBER) and Elias Papaioannou (London Business School,...Read More »
The Wilson Center’s Latin American Program and Environmental Change and Security Program and the World Bank’s Latin America and the Caribbean Region will discuss the LAC portion of the World Bank’s new...Read More »
The developing world is in the midst of a big push toward Universal Health Coverage (UHC). There is, however, confusion about what UHC means and how to measure it. As a result it is unclear how far countries...Read More »
The UN climate negotiations, officially the Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP20), will help pave the way for a global climate deal in late 2015 to...Read More »
Women play a vital role in driving the robust, shared growth needed to end extreme poverty and build resilient societies. But in many parts of the world, their potential, participation, and productive...Read More »
In the Pacific, women hold an essential role in agriculture but are often excluded from decision-making and don’t have control over the land they work on. Follow our televised panel discussion on how we...Read More »