Jean Saldanha

Jean Saldanha

Thursday, 24 September 2015 15:31

Has the outcome of Addis Ababa changed anything?

Has the outcome of Addis Ababa changed anything? Article by Jean Saldanha, CIDSE Senior Policy Adviser, autumn 2015.

Report from the CIDSE co-sponsored side-event at the United Nations Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals (New York, 9 December 2013)

Wednesday, 11 December 2013 08:47

Global Partnership for Sustainable Development

UN General Assembly Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals - Sixth Session: Global Partnership for Sustainable Development (New York, 9-13 December 2013). Statement delivered by Jean Letitia Saldanha, CIDSE Senior Policy Advisor at the interactive session with the OWG Co-chairs on 10 December 2013.

CIDSE's Senior Policy Advisor Jean Saldanha reports from the Interactive Multistakeholder dialogue with the Intergovernmental Committee of Experts on Sustainable Development Financing held on 5 December 2013.

The Outcome document approved at the UN Special Event on Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) on 25 September 2013 in New York raises the right questions but answers too few of them. The document is meant to take stock of progress in implementing the goals and set parameters for the process to define a new generation of development goals by 2015.

Wednesday, 30 January 2013 12:16

FTT: full steam ahead, direction justice?

Eleven countries in the EU are set to implement a Financial Transactions Tax (FTT) thanks to the green light given by EU Finance Ministers on 21 January 2013

Originally conceived to support the poorest, there is a real risk that FTT revenues will be used for future financial sector bail-outs.

Tuesday, 20 March 2012 10:36

Sustainable Development Goals: MDGs 2.0?

There are important lessons to be learned from the MDGs in light of a future framework which should secure well-being for all human beings and nature.

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