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25 May 2016
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This presentation originates from the "Sex-disaggregated data for the SDG indicators in Asia and the Pacific: What and how? - Expert Consultation Workshop", Bangkok, 25-27 May 2016.

The presentation was prepared by Ms Tanvi Bhatkal, Senior Research Officer, Overseas Development Institute, London, United Kingdom.

 
25 May 2016
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This presentation originates from the "Sex-disaggregated data for the SDG indicators in Asia and the Pacific: What and how? - Expert Consultation Workshop", Bangkok, 25-27 May 2016.

The presentation was prepared by Indira Hirway, Centre For Development Alternatives, India

 
25 May 2016
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This presentation originates from the "Sex-disaggregated data for the SDG indicators in Asia and the Pacific: What and how? - Expert Consultation Workshop", Bangkok, 25-27 May 2016.

The presentation was prepared by Cecilia Ng and Yeong Pey Jung, Penang, Women’s Development Corporation (PWDC).

 
25 May 2016
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This presentation originates from the "Sex-disaggregated data for the SDG indicators in Asia and the Pacific: What and how? - Expert Consultation Workshop", Bangkok, 25-27 May 2016.

The presentation was prepared by Mr Arman Bidar Bakhnia, Lecturer/Statistician, SIAP.

 
25 May 2016
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This presentation originates from the "Sex-disaggregated data for the SDG indicators in Asia and the Pacific: What and how? - Expert Consultation Workshop", Bangkok, 25-27 May 2016.

The presentation was prepared by Mr Yanhong Zhang, Chief, Population and Social Statistics Section, ESCAP Statistics Division.

1 May 2016
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This note reviews the role of trade as a non-financial means of implementing sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific. This is considered in the context of the Addis Ababa Action Agenda and the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development.

1 May 2016
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In a major expansion of the Monterrey agenda, the AAAA stresses the importance of science, technology and innovation (STI) for economic growth and sustainable development. The AAAA notes with concern the uneven innovative capacity, connectivity and access to technology within and between countries. Commitments contained in Action Area II.G of the Agenda aim to address these inequities, incentivize research and innovation for sustainable development and promote greater access to technologies through domestic policy and international cooperation.

 
23 May 2016
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The United Nations recognizes that productivity capacity-building is key for self-sustained growth and graduation of least developed countries (LDCs) in Asia and the Pacific. To achieve this objective, substantial financing must be mobilized to invest in infrastructure, social development and climate change challenges.

 
16 May 2016
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Session 9 Global Value Chains and Preferential Trade Agreements, by Thomas Bernhardt

 
16 May 2016
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Session 8 Mega-regionals in Asia, by Mia Mikic

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