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S03.31 Deciphering Doha: Mobilizing International Solidarity
Episode 3113th May 2022 • Capital Musings • UN Capital Development Fund (UNCDF)
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In this miniseries, our host, Edoardo Tancioni, deciphers the first part of chapter 6 of the #DPoA around mobilizing international solidarity, reinvigorated partnerships and innovative tools, looking into support for domestic resource mobilization and fight against illicit financial flows, international public and external finance to contribute to sustainable development in LDCs and Foreign Direct Investment. 

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