INFORMAL CLIMATE CHANGE EQUITY DIALOGUE, SEPTEMBER 6TH 2013, GENEVA, SWITZERLAND
Opening speech delivered by John Nduna, General Secretary, ACT Alliance,
Published Sep 06, 2013. File size: 199.1 kB
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Published Aug 30, 2013. File size: 3.3 MB
Faith Based Development Organisations on Participation in the Civil Society Partnership for Development Effectiveness
Report from the first global consultation of faith-based development organisations on participation in the Civil Society Partnership for Development Effectiveness
Published Jul 30, 2013. File size: 2.8 MB
ACT Indonesia Forum unites around Capacity Development - an opportunity to develop ourselves: An inspiring story, drawn from a more detailed case study, about the impact of undertaking an organisational capacity assessment as part of ACT Alliance's Capacity Development Initiative from a forum perspective.
Published May 02, 2013. File size: 154.6 kB
Armenia Round Table embraces Capacity Development - the results were awesome: An inspiring story, drawn from a more detailed case study, about the impact of undertaking an organisational capacity assessment as part of ACT Alliance's Capacity Development Initiative from a member perspective.
Published May 02, 2013. File size: 166.6 kB
Stories from the field compiled by ACT member Norwegian Church Aid staff
Published Apr 17, 2013. File size: 1.1 MB
ACT Alliance believes the post-2015 development agenda should reflect a stronger focus on peace building and conflict resolution. ACT Alliance outlines in this discussion paper that supporting peace and addressing state fragility must be key dimensions of any holistic development policy-making process.
Published Mar 14, 2013. File size: 248.2 kB
ACT Alliance believes that good governance is indispensable to a country’s development. ACT Alliance argues that governmental transparency, accountability and anti-corruption initiatives are essential to effective development in this discussion paper.
Published Mar 07, 2013. File size: 179.6 kB
Addressing inequalities: The heart of the post 2015-development agenda and the future we want for all
ACT Alliance believes that inequality – social, economic, cultural or otherwise – is one of the most significant obstacles to development. Unequal access to essential services is far too common and perpetuates structural poverty. In response, ACT Alliance has produced this discussion paper that calls for UN member states to create targets to measure the impact of development programmes on society’s most vulnerable – not only on society as an aggregate whole.
Published Mar 07, 2013. File size: 203.4 kB