United Nations Development Programme
Strategies for supporting inclusive innovation: insights from South-East Asia
This report looks at how policymakers can support inclusive forms of innovation, drawing on insights from strategies and practices in South-East Asia.
Risk-informed development: from crisis to resilience
This report argues that risk informed decision-making needs to be integrated into all levels of planning and delivery, from the development of NGO programming to government plans and the policies of international donor agencies, in order reduce multiple risks and avoid risk creation in development.
International guidelines on human rights and drug policy
These guidelines cover a diverse set of substantive issues ranging from development to criminal justice to public health. The guidelines were developed by a coalition of UN Member States, WHO, UNAIDS, UNDP and leading human rights and drug policy experts.
Timor-Leste national human development report 2018
This National Human Development Report (National HDR) puts the well-being of young people in Timor-Leste at the centre of the policy agenda. This report responds to the development aspirations of the youth of Timor-Leste, the drivers of the nation’s future development.
Growing government innovation labs: an insider's guide
Effective and inspirational labs exist in many highly developed countries. In Western Europe, MindLab (Denmark) and The Behavioural Insights Team (UK) push their governments to re-imagine public services. In Asia, the Innovation Bureau in Seoul, South Korea, co-designs better services with citizens.