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An overview of Lagoro IDP camp in Kitgum District, northern Uganda, 20 May 2007. Manoocher Deghati/IRIN
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ODI’s Growth, Poverty and Inequality Programme is a multi-disciplinary team working on one of the core issues of development policy and practice: how can economic growth and the changes it brings deliver the maximum benefits for poor people?
How data can help fight inequality
Report for International Women's Day

Nicola Jones argues that a data revolution in gender inequality can build on the 'uneven' progress achieved by the MDGs.

 

 

 

Growing global waistlines, South Sudan and Helen Clark
Podcast

The latest ODI podcast features experts discussing the rise in obesity in the developing world and the crisis in South Sudan, while the UN’s Helen Clark gives us the latest on the post 2015 agenda.

New goals and the urban future
Opinion

​If we are to end poverty, we must think about urbanisation. How can new development goals do a better job than the MDGs at addressing the problems and opportunities of urban areas? Paula Lucci sets out five steps.

Measuring up the post-2015 debates: more voices, more tough choices
Development Progress

Arriving at a clear set of post-2015 development goals is challenging. Amanda Lenhardt recounts views at a recent workshop on the subject – captured for posterity by a live illustrator.

Growth, Poverty and Inequality
ODI’s Growth, Poverty and Inequality Programme is a multi-disciplinary team working on one of the core issues of development policy and practice: how can economic growth and the changes it brings deliver the maximum benefits for poor people?
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