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Print edition

Contents July issue

by Wolf Dagmar

In brief

Thinking beyond 2015

Thinking beyond 2015

Contents page of July’s D+C print edition with links to all contributions:


Hans Dembowski:
The huge challenges of drafting the post-2015 agenda



The middle classes, development and democracy | Humanitarian agencies must rise to the challenges of climate change | Improving the opportunities for African businesses | IFPRI wants hunger to be eliminated by 2025 | Nowadays: In rural India millions of toilets are lacking | In brief | New online-platform for sharing municipal experiences | Engagement Global supports civil society activism

Focus: Thinking beyond 2015

Ronald Mangani:
Greater expectations, new division of labour

Interview with Gerd Müller:
Charter for the Future: Germany as a role model for sustainable development

Hildegard Lingnau and Valentin Lang:
How poverty should be defined and inequality assessed

Interview with Karin Slowing Umaña:
Central America must heed the lessons of the MDGs

Paul Quintos:
Inequality has to be reduced to make development sustainable

Emma Samman, Laura Rodriguez Takeuchi and Esther Sommer:
Why the inclusion of persons with disabilities matters very much

Heiner Janus, Stephan Klingebiel and Sebastian Paulo:
Beyond aid: new means and new ends

Nadja Meisterhans:
Relevant reading: publications on the post-2015 debate


Damilola Oyedele:
Domestic violence in Nigeria and India

Jon-Andri Lys and Alexander Schulze:
The updated Swiss principles on research cooperation with developing countries

Sarah Hornsby:
Music schools for disadvantaged youth in São Paulo


Interview with Verónica Corchado on life in a Mexican border town that is marked by the illegal drugs economy | Letters | Comment on civil war in Iraq