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Law and Development

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Recent resources on Law and Development

This interview considers the development implications of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.

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This article provides an analysis of the functions of the financial system and consequences for socio-economic development and stability.
This talk, given at our Climate Change Knowledge Group, considers the existing global climate change regime and the position of Least Developed Countries at climate change negotiations.

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This article explores recent trends in global poverty and the UK government’s responses, and looks to the future.
This article explains the ideas and approaches that underpin the Wold Bank’s Justice for the Poor program

UK AidThe A4ID Law & International Resource Centre is part of A4ID's 'Lawyers in Development' project,
funded by the UK Department for International Development (DfID).