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No one should be invisible in the data revolution for sustainable development

18 November 2014

The UN Secretary-General's Independent Expert Advisory Group on a Data Revolution for Sustainable Development (IEAG) recently published their report, A World that Counts. Last week, I went to the UK launch, hosted by the ODI. The panellists were Claire M Keep reading

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East and Central Europe: Paving the way for a society for all ages

24 October 2014

From 9-10 October I was in Russia, at the second annual national conference "From an ageing society to a society for all ages" in Moscow. The event brought together over 400 participants from Russia and other countries within the Commonwealth... Keep reading

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What's new in this year's Global AgeWatch Index?

30 September 2014

What happens to people when they get to 60? It's a little discussed subject. Data broken down by age is limited, but bringing together what is available from the UN, World Bank and Gallup gives us a snapshot of what... Keep reading

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'Leaving no one behind' is an aspiration that needs good data

14 August 2014

UN Member States have at last agreed a text to frame the future Sustainable Development Goals. The 17 goals and 160 targets - that will build upon the Millennium Development Goals that expire in 2015 - are built on... Keep reading (1 Comment)

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Human Development Report: Reducing vulnerabilities and building resilience of older people

29 July 2014

We inhabit a world almost unimaginable to that lived in by our grandparents. Increasing numbers of us are living longer than ever before. We're healthier and can look positively to the prospect of an active life long into old... Keep reading

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