UNPAN Middle East

Dubai Policy Review 2

The Dubai Policy Review (DPR), published by the Mohammed bin Rashid School of Government, targets the policy and government community with the objective of contributing to higher government quality, better government practice, and informing future policymaking directions. The aim is to advance future governance and public policy, through accessible and actionable practice-oriented knowledge.
2020-11-05
English
Governance and Public Institutions
Policy Brief
Contributed by
ESCWA

AWARENET Webinar Series on Groundwater Management in IWRM

The aim of the training is to improve knowledge and enhance understanding of the complex nature and intersectoral challenges facing sustainable groundwater governance and management in the Arab region. The AWARENET Coordinator Mrs. Dima Kharbotli presented an overview of the network and its most prominent activities.
2020-11-02~2020-11-07
English
Digital Government
Webinar
Contributed by
ESCWA

Arab National Reporting Platforms for the Sustainable Development Goals: Assessment

This report presents an assessment of the existing National Reporting Platform (NRP)s in ESCWA member countries and introduces the main seven characteristics and principals for designing and implementing a national data platform that enables countries to move towards achieving the SDGs.
2020-11
English
Digital Government
Publication
Contributed by
ESCWA

E-Handbook on SDG Framework and Metadata: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

This is a resourceful tool that includes, where available, background information, country examples, and other resources to provide in-depth knowledge to data producers and users to improve the collection, compilation, and analysis.
2020-11
English
Leadership and Public Servants’ Capacities
Training of Trainer’s Toolkit
Contributed by
ESCWA

Building an AI Nation: Accelerating Artificial Intelligence Adoption through Agile Policymaking – The Case of the UAE

While a combination of vision, strategic thinking, and agile policymaking is still at the beginning of a long journey, that has not been without its obstacles, its experience may have something to offer to governments in the region looking to begin integrating AI into their government and sectoral activities.
2020-11
English
Leadership and Public Servants’ Capacities
Publication
Contributed by
ESCWA