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The changing external environment. Global context. Shifting demographics (e.g., aging, urbanization ) Shift of power (economic, political) in the world of emerging economies Declining poverty but not inequality Uneven progress in MDGs: many laggards are fragile

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the changing external environment
The changing external environment

Global context

  • Shifting demographics (e.g., aging, urbanization)
  • Shift of power (economic, political) in the world of emerging economies
  • Declining poverty but not inequality
  • Uneven progress in MDGs: many laggards are fragile
  • Technology revolution (including “big data” and social media)
  • Increasing centrality of (competition for) natural resources, including as a result of climate change
  • Persistence of conflict, fragility and insecurity
  • New forms of cooperation, partners and capital flows (e.g., South-South)
  • Plateauing of ODA

Our world

Plethora of processes

  • Our supporters not in the strongest positions, including financially (e.g., women’s movement)
  • Need to defend our ground, particularly on rights: backsliding in some key areas
  • Push for increased engagement with private sector
  • Tyranny of results (pushes towards measureable service delivery)
  • ICPD beyond 2014
  • Post-2015 development agenda
  • Follow-up to Rio+20
  • QCPR
  • UN Reform, delivering as one
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