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Briefing Paper (in German: Analysen und Stellungnahmen) are always four pages long and discuss ongoing and controversial issues in international relations. By including recommendations, the series primarily aims at policy makers, practitioners, and representatives of the (professional) media industry. Besides, the series is also open to everyone interested in developmental issues.

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  1. The G-7 and the post-2015 process: role and deliverables
    The G-7 and the post-2015 process: role and deliverables

    Berensmann, Kathrin / Silke Weinlich (2015)

    The G7 summit presents a unique opportunity to further the establishemt of a new agenda for sustainable development. The G7 should take action at home, in low-income and middle-income countries, as well as at the global level.

  2. Let’s walk our talk: from the July 2015 Financing for Development Conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, down the Road to Dignity by 2030
    Let’s walk our talk: from the July 2015 Financing for Development Conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, down the Road to Dignity by 2030

    Kaul, Inge / Donald Blondin (2015)

    How to move from declaration of intent to concrete commitments at the upcoming Conference on Financing for Development? How to ensure that commitments match the most relevant issues for implementing the SDGs? The paper proposes three steps with a focus on national and international public finance.

  3. Post-2015: recharging governance of United Nations development
    Post-2015: recharging governance of United Nations development

    Helgason, Kristinn Sv. / Silke Weinlich (2015)

    Three options are proposed to make the UN governance arrangements fit for the delivery of the new sustainable development agenda.

  4. What is the potential for a climate, forest and community friendly REDD+ in Paris?
    What is the potential for a climate, forest and community friendly REDD+ in Paris?

    Hein, Jonas / Karen Meijer / Jean Carlo Rodríguez de Francisco (2015)

    How can we mitigate climate change, protect the shrinking tropical forest and support local communities? This paper assesses different prospects for REDD+ within a post-2015 Paris agreement and suggests a middle road based on regulatory measures and result-based finance.

  5. Can the tourism industry contribute to international adaptation finance?
    Can the tourism industry contribute to international adaptation finance?

    Hess, Janto S. / Pieter Pauw / Elissaios Papyrakis (2015)

    What can the international tourism industry contribute to adaptation finance in Small Island Development States (SIDS)? This question is addressed in the context of the annual USD 100 billion of climate finance that developed countries pledged to mobilize to support developing countries.

  6. What should development policy actors do about the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)?
    What should development policy actors do about the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)?

    Berger, Axel / Clara Brandi (2015)

    TTIP is being hotly debated, but with a narrow focus. Proponents and critics are primarily concerned with the impact of TTIP on Germany and Europe. Too little attention is being paid to the implications of this mega-regional for the rest of the world.

  7. Measuring green growth: why standardisation is (sometimes) not desirable
    Measuring green growth: why standardisation is (sometimes) not desirable

    Stepping, Katharina M. K. / Jana Stoever (2014)

  8. Advancing female education by improving democratic institutions and women’s political representation
    Advancing female education by improving democratic institutions and women’s political representation

    Burchi, Francesco / Luis A. Camacho (2014)

  9. Proposal for a global framework for climate action to engage non-state and subnational stakeholders in the future climate regime
    Proposal for a global framework for climate action to engage non-state and subnational stakeholders in the future climate regime

    Chan, Sander / Pieter Pauw (2014)

    A GFCA, a programme building advantageous links between the multilateral climate regime and non-state and subnational initiatives, could improve coordination in a fragmented climate governance landscape and recognize activities that genuinely contribute to a low carbon and climate resilient future.

  10. Making global health governance work: recommendations for how to respond to Ebola
    Making global health governance work: recommendations for how to respond to Ebola

    Bindenagel Šehović, Annamarie / Stephan Klingebiel (2014)

    The Ebola pandemic is a crisis of global proportion and of global concern. It is locally concentrated, and requires responses on a local scale with a global scope. It is at once a health crisis, with severe economic repercussions, and a threat to peace and security, especially in the region.