Every Monday, the German Institute of Development and Sustainability (IDOS) comments on the latest issues and trends of international development policy by its Current Column. The column is intended for politically interested readers who want to get a brief overview on the state of German and international development policy.
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Schöfberger, Irene / Niels Keijzer (2018)
The Current Column, 24 September 2018
In his recent State of the Union Speech, European Commission President Juncker outlined his vision for the Union’s future migration policy. The speech introduced a package of proposals seeking to strengthen EU competencies on migration.
Marschall, Paul / Maike Voss (2018)
The Current Column, 08 October 2018
The World Healt Summit this week is being held this week. Key actors from politics, science and academia, civil society and the private sector will discuss pressing global challenges facing healthcare.
Horstmann, Britta (2018)
The Current Column, 19 October 2018
Just this month, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published its latest report highlighting the dramatic impacts of the global temperature rising by 1.5 degrees Celsius. The scientists’ emphatic appeal shows that quick and comprehensive action is needed at all levels.
Dick, Eva (2018)
The Current Column, 29 October 2018
The theme of this year’s World Cities Day on 31 October is “Building Sustainable and Resilient Cities”. The growing importance of cities is also reflected in the self-perception of the “urban community”.
Keil, Jonas (2018)
The Current Column, 05 November 2018
Industrialised countries such as Germany and the United States may have strong economies right now, but problems are looming in emerging economies and beyond. Policy-makers need to respond appropriately.
Reiber, Tatjana / Wulf Reiners (2018)
The Current Column, 20 November 2018
Implementation of the 2030 Agenda will only succeed if the public sector makes a major contribution. A 2030 Agenda “update” will help schools of public administration prepare their students to take on new tasks.