The Michael Littleton Memorial Lecture A Transforming Africa; Opportunities and Challenges [Audio] (Broadcast - December 31, 2007). Delivered by Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala. Okonjo-Iweala is Nigeria^s former Finance Minister and Foreign Minister and has, in October 2007, been appointed as Managing Director of the World Bank.
Transparency International Global Corruption Barometer 2007 (Launched - December 5, 2007)
UNDP 2007/2008 Human Development Report, "Fighting climate change: Human solidarity in a divided world". (Launched - 27 November 2007)
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 4th Assessment Report (AR4) (Launched - 17 November 2007). Fourth and final "Synthesis Report" summing up all the findings from its previous reports outlining increasing risks from global warming
Landmine Monitor Report 2007 (Launched - 12 November 2007)
OECD Development Aid at a Glance 2007: Statistics by Region - NEW (A paperback version is also available: Development Aid at a Glance 2007; Publication date: 25 October 2007)
The McKinsey Quarterly Addressing Africa’s health workforce crisis. McKinsey’s work in eight African countries suggests ways to make headway.
World Bank geo.worldbank.org BETA. Google Maps "mashed up" with World Bank data, news and information
OECD Latin American Economic Outlook 2008 (Launched - 7 November 2007)
UNEP Global Environment Outlook: environment for development (GEO-4) (Release - 25 October 2007; morning ireland report) GEO-4 says the well-being of billions of people in the developing world is at risk, because of a failure to remedy the relatively simple problems which have been successfully tackled elsewhere. It finds “a remarkable lack of urgency”, and a “woefully inadequate” global response to climate change.
World Bank World Development Report 2008: Agriculture for Development (Release - 19 October 2007)
IFPRI, German Agro-Action and Concern Worldwide Global Hunder Index 2007 (Release - 12 October 2007). According to the report (p.44), 40 per cent of the world’s underweight children aged under five are in India, while more than half of all babies with low birth weight continue to be born in south Asia.
IANSA, Oxfam, and Safeworld Africa’s missing billions: International arms flows and the cost of conflict (Release - 11 October 2007)
BBC World report: Africa on the Move Video series
EU DG Development A Vision of EU Development Videos containing ten episodes on key development themes (EN/FR)
The Courier ACP/EU Magazine. First edition (after a three-year hiatus) of a magazine of Africa - Carribean -Pacific and European Union cooperation and relations.
Suas Global Issues Seminar Series Winter 2007. The courses run in third-level institutions across Ireland and last between 6 and 8 weeks, for 2 hours a week in the evening. Topics covered include Health, Debt, Trade, Equality, the Environment, Gender, Human Rights, HIV, Conflict and Trade.
Myths about the Developing World Entertaining and enlightening video from Gapminder, an innovative non-profit venture for development and provision of free software that visualise human development. More from Gapminder
UNCTAD Economic Development in Africa (Release - 26 September 2007)
UNCTAD The Least Developed Countries Report, 2007 (Release - 19 July 2007)
Review of the Development Co-operation Policies and Programmes of the European Community (press release, 4 July 2007)
Paul Collier The Bottom Billion (OUP, 2007). Paul Collier spoke about his book on RTE^s Morning Ireland on 20 July, 2007 ). Book Review: Compelling account of why the poor get poorer, John O’Shea, Goal in the Sunday Business Post
UNFPA State of World Population 2007 (Released 27 June 2007)
Eurobarometer Survey Europeans and Development Aid (Released June 2007; Survey Feb-Mar 2007)
OECD African Economic Outlook 2007 (Publication Date: May 2007)
Roger C. Riddell Does Foreign Aid Really Work? (OUP, 19 April 2007 - paperback: 7 August 2007)
World Bank World Development Indicators 2007 (Released 15 April 2007)
The AIDS/HIV Pandemic in Black Africa and the Irish Print Media: A Case Study of Reportorial Neglect and Under Representation. This is the first research monograph investigating Irish print media coverage of the AIDS/HIV pandemic in sub-Saharan Africa and situated within the context of the Irish and global pandemic. Copyright: 2007.
Nathan Geffen "Encouraging Deadly Choices: AIDS Pseudo-science in the Media" [PDF] (Centre for Social Science Research working paper 182, February 2007)