Event Reports

The future of global value chains

Global value chains and development and input for the “Global Value Chains: Trading for Development” 2020 World Development Report.

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Agricultural Policy Promotes Peace

Partnering for Africa’s Century: Innovation and leadership to drive jobs in rural areas.

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„Innovations for a Healthy Future“. Federal Minister Dr Gerd Müller and Bill Gates talk with students at TU Berlin

Federa Minister Dr Gerd Müller and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates talk about innovations for a healthy future.

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“Equality is essential for sustainable development”

In honour of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the BMZ hosted the event “Crossing Borders and Pushing Limits. Women refugees between trauma management and empowerment”.

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4th BMZ Forum for the Future: Natural Capital: Our Wealth – Our Responsibility

Development Minister Müller calls for new growth model and responsible natural capital accounting

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“The future of work is about to start: let’s get ready!”

The BMZ and the World Bank hosted experts from politics, academia and civil society at a workshop on the "Future of Work" in preparation for the 2019 World Development Report.

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G20 Africa Conference “Investing in a Common Future”

The motto of this political highlight of the G20 Africa Partnership was “investing in a common future”.

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Digital Development Debates – Archive

The Future of Labour Is Not Pre-Determined

Interview with Guy Ryder, Director-General of the International Labour Organization (ILO) on the situation of labour rights worldwide.

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Morocco’s Solar Bet

Morocco’s new solar power plants are expected to support 1.1 million people and hopes are high for a boost in job creation. Yet obstacles still remain.

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Women Entering Tech

The Organization ChunriChoupaal does not accept the male bias of the tech industry. Neither in Europe nor in Pakistan

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Europe’s Working Poor

In some parts of Europe, garment workers earn less than their Asian counterparts – even if they work for big brands

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