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Claire Melamed is the Director of Growth, Poverty and Inequality Programme at ODI. She was previously the Head of Policy at ActionAid UK. She has also worked for Christian Aid, the United Nations in Mozambique and taught at the University of London and the Open University. Claire's work focuses on measurement of poverty and inequality and on how to use the insights from measurement to improve policy and outcomes. She heads ODI's work on the post-2015 agenda, looking at sectoral and cross-cutting issues, tracking the political negotiations, co-leading the 'MY World' survey with UNDP and working on the 'data revolution'.

  1. What do we really know about poverty and inequality?

  2. Brexit, Chilcot and evidence-based decision making

  3. Data for development

  4. #GenderDay

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  5. Millions of young children left home alone in global childcare crisis

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  6. Women’s work: mothers, children and the global childcare crisis

    Research reports

  7. Leaving no one behind

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  8. So the SDGs are agreed – what now?

  9. How can we eliminate extreme poverty?

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  10. Describing poverty is no substitute for producing hard evidence to help end it

  11. Migration is capitalism’s unfinished business – it cannot and should not be stopped

  12. Leaving no one behind: how the SDGs can bring about real change

    Briefing/policy papers

  13. A world that counts: mobilising the data revolution for sustainable development

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  14. The other half

  15. Integrating trade in the post-2015 development agenda

  16. Sustainable Development Goals and Targets: Options for differentiating between countries

    Research reports

  17. LDCs and Post-2015: A roundtable discussion with Ambassador Gyan Chandra Acharya

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  18. Trade and the post-2015 agenda: from Millennium Development Goals to Sustainable Development Goals

    Briefing/policy papers

  19. International Cooperation in the 21st Century: Partnerships for Delivering the Post-2015 Agenda

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  20. Using a pen and paper gives the poorest a say on post-2015 development goals