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Elizabeth Stuart

Director of Programme (leave of absence)

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Elizabeth's areas of interest include inequality, the political economy of national-level policy making, and multilateral processes including the Sustainable Development Goals.

Elizabeth is head of the Growth, Poverty and Inequality Programme and leads the Institute's work on the Sustainable Development Goals, with a focus on the 'leave no one behind' agenda. Her areas of interest include inequality in its widest sense as well as multilateral processes, and the political economy of national-level policy making. Before joining ODI, she was director of policy and research for Save the Children, a former head of Oxfam International’s Washington DC office, and was a national newspaper and radio journalist writing about business.

  1. Leaving no one behind in the roads sector: an SDG stocktake in Kenya

    Research reports

  2. An integrated approach to leaving no one behind: overview and methodology

    Research reports

  3. Leaving no one behind in the health sector: an SDG stocktake in Kenya and Nepal

    Research reports

  4. How technology is changing women's working lives

    Event

  5. The US election shows us why the SDGs are so important right now

  6. Urban futures: how cities can deliver global goals

    Event

  7. Four priorities for the new UN Secretary-General

  8. Early action to leave no one behind: delivering for the world’s poorest people

    Event

  9. Leave no one behind: starting now

    Event

  10. We must act fast on the global goals, or risk leaving the poorest behind

  11. Leaving no one behind: a critical path for the first 1,000 days of the Sustainable Development Goals

    Research reports

  12. Lack of early action in the first 1,000 days of the SDGs could put goals in jeopardy – new report

    Press Release

  13. Starting strong: the first 1000 days of the SDGs - Latin American regional dialogue

    Event

  14. Britain’s progress on the SDGs is ‘insufficient’

  15. Starting Strong: the first 1000 days of the SDGs - Asian regional dialogue

    Event

  16. Starting Strong: the first 1000 days of the SDGs - African regional dialogue

    Event

  17. #GenderDay

    Event

  18. Eight ways the IMF can bolster support for the Sustainable Development Goals

  19. Leaving no-one behind: can the Sustainable Development Goals succeed where the Millennium Development Goals lacked?

    Other

  20. Macroeconomic prospects for low-income developing countries

    Event

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