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New report released on tackling gender inequalities through investments in CRVS systems

TReNDS releases a new report on the return on investment for women and girls when resources are put towards civil registration and vital statistics systems, part of “Why CRVS systems matter for women and girls” from the International Development Research Centre’s Centre of Excellence for CRVS Systems.

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Guiding the Global Partnership: Amina Mohammed named honorary chair of international data coalition

The Thematic Network on Data for Sustainable Development is pleased to congratulate the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data on its newly named Board of Directors and Technical Advisory Group. UN Deputy Secretary General Amina Mohammed, a member of SDSN’s Leadership Council, will serve as the Honorary Chair of the Board. 

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Global Partnership on Sustainable Development Data Launched in NY

On September 28, 2015, a new Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data was officially launched on the margins of the UN General Assembly in New York. The Partnership brings together governments, private companies, academia, scientists and civil society in support of data-driven decision-making, by catalyzing more open, new and usable data to help end extreme poverty, combat climate change and promote inclusive growth.

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