The International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth - One Pagers.
International Policy Center for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG) presents a series of One Pagers (OPs) aimed at stimulating public policy debates on key inclusive development issues. Covering interrelated areas, such as equitable access to water, electricity, and sanitation, cash transfer programmes, gender equality, employment generation policies, HIV/AIDS financing, and inclusive macro and financial policies, the present collection is a useful tool for policymakers, development specialist and advisors, researchers, the civil society and the UN family.
The International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG), a joint initiative between the Government of Brazil and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), is a global centre which works on the analytical and empirical exploration of development issues, as well as on policy debates and dialogues. The Centre’s work extends globally, regionally and at the level of individual countries through its research and policy work, knowledge products, and outreach and communication.
One of the publications of IPC-IG’s work is its series of One Pagers, which provide readers with a deep but succinct perspective of many development issues. The One Pagers have covered issues ranging from employment guarantee schemes to the achievability of the Millennium Development Goals, from conditional cash transfers to poverty lines, from the feminisation of poverty to South-South collaboration. The policy recommendations proposed by these One Pagers are based in sound empirical analysis, data collection and policy evaluation, monitoring and field experiences undertaken by renowned experts both from IPC-IG and a wide array of partner UN agencies, research institutions and the development community in the South. A number of country programmes are discussed under the spirit of South-South learning and help promote the exchange of innovative approaches to inclusive growth in the South, covering countries such as Brazil, South Africa, Ethiopia, India, China, Mozambique, Vietnam, Paraguay, Mexico, Timor-Leste, Indonesia, Ghana, Kenya, Zambia, Chile and Uganda.
It is common to find the One Pagers in government offices and university libraries, and on the websites of research centres throughout the world. In many countries they have been translated into local languages for wider dissemination. The most popular of IPC-IG publications, the One Pagers have gained an enviable and widespread visibility and acceptance because of the topics they cover, their analysis, their policy perspectives and, last but not the least, their concise presentation in terms of both format and language.
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Ninety one One Pagers have been collected into a first volume. Click here for more information about the book.
International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth
United Nations Development Programme
Poverty Practice, Bureau for Development Policy, UNDP
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70052-900 Brasilia, DF - Brazil
Telephone: +55 61 2105 5000
The International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth is jointly supported by the Poverty Practice,
Bureau for Development Policy, UNDP and the Government of Brazil.