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ODI is the UK's leading independent think tank on international development and humanitarian issues.
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Why are the first 1000 days of the Sustainable Development Goals so critical? Watch this quick interview with author of our new Leave No One Behind report to find out:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jftLtdVUYqE
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The first 1000 days of the #SDGs are critical. Watch this animation to find out more: odi.org/opinion/10368-leave-no-one-behind-if-some-countries-can-do-it-others-can-too
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Out of a total population of nearly 35 million, 10 million Iraqis are in need of humanitarian assistance.

As the media frenzy around the Chilcot Report begins, we must remember what the conflict means for Iraqis today.

odi.org/comment/10420-don-t-forget-iraqis
Before the Chilcot Report media frenzy takes off, we should reflect on the continuing devastation in Iraq that has displaced 10% of Iraqis and left 10 million in need of aid.
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Brexit fallout: implications for UK and developing economies. Read our expert's thoughts:

https://www.odi.org/comment/10417-brexit-fallout-implications-uk-and-developing-economies
The UK has voted to leave the EU. Our experts discuss how can Britain remain a key player in the global economy, and implications for the developing world.
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By 2030, less than 5% of people in Latin America will be living in extreme poverty. Find out more here:

https://www.odi.org/opinion/10361-are-latin-america-and-caribbean-track-achieve-sdgs-2030
These infographics showcase the results of our research on Latin America and the Caribbean's likely progress on the SDGs to 2030, if present trends continue.
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Watch this video interview with the author of our new report on the Sustainable Development Goals, Leave no one behind: why the first 1,000 days are critical:

https://www.odi.org/opinion/10369-leave-no-one-behind-why-first-1000-days-are-critical
A video conversation with Elizabeth Stuart on the actions that governments can take in the first 1,000 days of the SDGs to deliver the promise to leave no one behind.
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'With the right policies in place, it may be possible to mitigate some of the economic shocks already being felt.'
Our analysis of the economic impact of Brexit on developing countries: http://ow.ly/Yhgi30230iD
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"Instead of jobs and development, the livelihoods of local fishers are being decimated by foreign fishing fleets, which operate virtually unchecked,"

Over-fishing by foreign vessels is destroying livelihoods of local fishermen in western Africa: http://news.trust.org/item/20160629000109-ik7s1/
Foreign trawlers venture into coastal areas, exhausting local stocks, often illegally, and forcing locals further out to sea to find fish
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A new investigation reveals the impacts of illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing by foreign commercial fleets in western Africa.

Check out the interactive map tracking suspicious activity, and read the report here: odi.org/western-africa-missing-fish
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Our expert's response to #Brexit and what it will mean for trade and development: https://www.odi.org/comment/10417-brexit-fallout-implications-uk-and-developing-economies
The UK has voted to leave the EU. Our experts discuss how can Britain remain a key player in the global economy, and implications for the developing world.
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