UNU research provides guidance for navigating the changing geo-economic landscape while more effectively monitoring and evaluating economic progress and its social impacts. Our work in Africa, for example, is helping establish robust information systems to monitor and evaluate economic progress and its social impacts, thereby helping planners to transform skewed development into opportunities for sustainable livelihoods.
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The Global Digital Compact, to be agreed at the Summit of the Future, presents an opportunity to expand the benefits of data for all.
On 25 March, UNU-MERIT will host a lecture by Denise Prévost, Associate Professor of International Economic Law, Maastricht University.
Leveraging Inter-agency and Multi-stakeholder Cooperation to Facilitate Compensation for Victims and Survivors of Forced Labour and Human Trafficking.
MAASTRICHT and ONLINE: On 15 November, UNU-MERIT will co-organize this event to explore the pivotal role of ASEAN diplomacy.
Enabling the UN to play a more meaningful role in a global transition towards a more sustainable relationship with nature.