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Wednesday, 28/05/2014
The European Commission’s environmental plans, presented in January, have disappointed members of the Committee of the Regions, which hoped for firmer proposals in reducing greenhouse gases and increasing energy efficiency by 2030. Furthermore, the...
Wednesday, 28/05/2014
On 26 January, The National Constituent Assembly of Tunisia adopted the country’s new constitution. Three years after the Arab Spring and the fall of the Ben Ali dictatorship, Tunisia has taken a step towards real democracy by approving a new...
The Future is Cities
Thursday, 03/04/2014
The latest issue of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology´s newsletter, MIT SPECTRUM, focused on cities as spaces of the future, given that they are home to over half the world´s population. Cities have become the central stage and driving force...
Preparatory meetings ONU
Wednesday, 02/04/2014
The fourth Development Cooperation Forum of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), to be held in July 2014 in New York, will examine the future of development cooperation in the post-2015 era with respect to three major...
Bangladesh promotes the Second Public Procurement Reform Project
Wednesday, 02/04/2014
Public procurement reform is considered by the Bangladeshi government as a key process for improving the management of the public sector, governance and accountability. Public procurement expenditure represents more than 70% of the annual...
Wednesday, 02/04/2014
Three decades after the start of the decentralising reforms in Zanzibar, the authorities consider the optimum point of application of the planned measures to be close, thanks to collaboration with local bodies, development partners, academics...

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