Institut du Développement Durable et des Relations Internationales

IDDRI is a leading think tank that investigates sustainable development issues requiring global coordination, such as climate change and the erosion of natural resources. IDDRI's mission is threefold: to inform decisions; to identify tomorrow's key issues; and to provide a forum for dialogue between stakeholders with interests that often diverge. To fulfill this mission, IDDRI clarifies the issues, brings together the stakeholders involved, and thus facilitates a shared understanding of the problems.

Recent Posts

Partnerships for a just energy transition in the context of Africa-Europe relations: perspectives from South Africa, Nigeria and Senegal

November 1, 2022

This report presents the key messages of three African country case studies (South Africa, Nigeria, Senegal) produced under the Ukȧmȧ platform to examine emerging energy transition initiatives in Africa and the implications for Africa-Europe relations. The objectives were: 1. Explore the ways in which the Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP) narrative is unfolding in relevant African states;  2. identify the key elements of a credible partnership for a just energy transition between Europe and Africa; And  3. Determine the conditions to facilitate such a partnership so as to promote shared prosperity in [...]

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Operationalize the alignment of multilateral development banks with the 2030 Agenda

October 1, 2022

This study analyzes five major multilateral development banks (MDBs) and their efforts to enhance their development impact and meet the needs of partner countries around the world in alignment with the 2030 Agenda. To support ongoing discussions on the need to rethink the role of MDBs, the Study aims to provide MDB shareholders, their staff and development and finance experts with an assessment of the efforts made by MDBs to align with the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs at three levels of analysis: strategic, institutional and operational. This assessment is intended to [...]

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