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research centre, graduate school & leading innovation think tank. We promote international development through science, technology & public policy analysis.
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The United Nations Regional Information Centre (UNRIC) in Brussels is currently looking for two Dutch speaking interns to join the EU/Benelux desk.
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Global Festival of Action for Sustainable Dev Sep 13
On 25 September, we ! Will you❓ YOU own the . Your actions – both big & small can help👏. On the 🌍 Global Day for & the anniversary – help turn the plan into ACTION 💪& promises into REALITY!
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Peter Møllgaard Sep 17
Energizing launch of ‘s 7 research themes. We solve societal challenges through interdisciplinary research, education & life-long learning in open collaboration w other UM faculties, w companies and w society. interacting with .
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UNU-MERIT Sep 17
Presentation of the 7 new research themes of
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Fabiana Visentin Sep 17
I am glad to join the team!
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UNU-MERIT Sep 17
Presentation of the 7 new research themes of
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barbara laurenceau Sep 15
Interesting reading What works to revert harmful traditions such as#FGM? 🤔💡 "Targeting agents amenable to change, social influence typically produces little or no spillovers. Targeting agents resistant to change tends to maximise spillovers (...)"
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E4D news Sep 14
Mining in : Using innovation to level the playing field
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Franziska Gassmann Sep 14
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Franziska Gassmann Sep 13
'Government transparency' or 'naming & shaming' of transfer recipients?
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UNU-MERIT Sep 13
Seminar: The Seduction of Applied Conformity, by Charles Efferson. How can policymakers try to reverse harmful traditions such as (female genital mutilation)?
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UNU-MERIT Sep 13
'Dynamic inconsistency' is the hallmark of , especially in Latin America. But what does that actually mean and can we innovate a way forward? Read the latest from Prof. Carlo Pietrobelli and Beatriz Calzada
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UNU-MERIT Sep 13
Seminar: The Seduction of Applied Conformity, by Charles Efferson. How can policymakers try to reverse harmful traditions such as (female genital mutilation)?
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UNU-MERIT Sep 13
"One of our missions is to assist in global development, and training people from the Global South contributes directly to this mission." Read more about boosting social protection worldwide from :
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UNU-GCM Sep 12
Academics, newsmakers & UN advocates analysed media reportage of & developed a series of recommendations. report launched today, with & SDC. New webpage w/ photos of migrants in
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UNU-MERIT Sep 7
Our students are captivated by our special guest speaker Mr. Hub Gielissen, a former Dutch trainer and expert in capacity building in developing countries and post-conflict areas on behalf of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
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UN University Sep 10
Destructive creation defines the digital age. But with frontier technologies like and what should be the priority: influencing policy, reforming institutions, or supporting citizens? A question for researchers:
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António Guterres Sep 9
On Monday in New York, I will sound the alarm on the global emergency that is climate change, and outline how we can win the race for our future. Watch live:
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UNU-MERIT Sep 10
How can disputes be resolved while also protecting human rights and development? See our new student views:
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UN University Sep 7
"Collections at UNU" now offers free access to more than 5,700 publications: working papers, research reports, policy briefs, and much more. Search by keyword, author, title, publication date, ... Check it out at
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