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No Country Left Behind : The Case for Focusing Greater Attention on the World's Poorest Countries

In the global pursuit of poverty reduction, a minority of countries risks being left behind, both in terms of their levels of deprivation and in the way global progress is accounted for. This suggests that the “leave no-one behind” principle, ori...

New Development Finance Measure should be TOSSD out the Window!

In light of the new global 2030 Agenda, donor countries have been developing a new statistic to measure their contribution towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Although still a work in progress, Total Official Support for Sustainab...

The G20's Contribution to Sustainable Development in Africa

The Group of Twenty (G20), as a forum for international cooperation on global economic governance and finance, has supported African development through the introduction of various initiatives and plans. The expansion of its original mandate has l...

From Promise to Practice: South Africa's Legal Framework for Mineral Resources and the Sustainable Development Goals

The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a concerted global effort to realise the imperatives of sustainability. It is crucial that South Africa, which plays a leading role on the African continent, makes every effort to realise the targets...

Sustainable Development Goals for Somalia: Policy Imperatives of Localization

At the inception of the New Millennium, all the UN member countries made a commitment to mankind to eradicate deprivation in its different dimensions. The vision for such a future was expressed in concrete terms of what are called the Millennium D...

The African Technopolitan Vol 3 July 2015

This issue of the African Technopolitan addresses issues on economic and sustainable development in "Africa's last best chance for development"; "Getting Africa ready for the 'digital' SDGs";and "'Smart city' approaches to sustainable development"...

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