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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. Defining ‘aspirational yet attainable targets’ for new goals post-2015

    Briefing/policy papers

  2. Inequality in post-2015: focus on the targets, not the goals?

    Research reports

  3. Development data: how accurate are the figures?

  4. Data revolution: development's next frontier

  5. What global partnership for post-2015?

  6. Post-2015 at the UN General Assembly

  7. MY World: listening to 1 million voices

  8. Listening to 1 million voices: analysing the findings of the first one million MY World votes

    Research reports

  9. One hundred days on from the High-Level Panel report

    Event

  10. Live chat: shouldn't we aim to end extreme wealth, not extreme poverty?

    Event

  11. The good, the bad and the ugly in the long-awaited UN development report

  12. MY World: Summary of results May 2013

    Research reports

  13. After success: poverty beyond the MDGs

  14. Post-2015 wonkwar continued: Claire Melamed on why it’s a good thing and your chance to vote

  15. Equity, inequality and human development in a post-2015 framework

    Research reports

  16. European Report on Development 2013 - Post-2015: global action for an inclusive and sustainable future

    Research reports

  17. MY World: Summary of results March 2013

    Research reports

  18. My World survey offers architects of post-2015 agenda an unmissable cue

  19. ‘Must do better ‘– Global citizens survey set to keep world leaders on their toes

    Press Release

  20. How to build sustainable development goals: integrating human development and environmental sustainability in a new global agenda

    Research reports