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The Post-2015 Development Agenda: Learning from the MDGs

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This paper draws on the special address delivered by Professor David Hulme, Executive Director of the Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester at a session of the Dhaka Expert Group Meeting. The paper takes a critical view regarding the globalisation of poverty reduction efforts through the MDGs and their implementation. Professor Hulme also delineated some lessons from the MDG experience for the South.

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  • Dr David Hulme, 2013. "The Post-2015 Development Agenda: Learning from the MDGs," Southern Voice Occasional Paper 2, Southern Voice.
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    1. David Hulme, 2009. "Reproductive Health and the Millennium Development Goals: Politics, Ethics, Evidence and an ‘Unholy Alliance’," Global Development Institute Working Paper Series 10509, GDI, The University of Manchester.
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