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Human Development Innovation

Since 1997, beginning with working as the Managing Editor for Mongolia’s first human development report, significant expertise and global reputation has been developed in human development innovation. This culminated in the global magazine Southern Innovator for the United Nations. 

1997 saw the launch of the first human development report for Mongolia.

Case Studies: 

Case Study 7: UNOSSC + UNDP | 2007 – 2016 

Case Study 4: UN + UNDP Mongolia | 1997 – 1999

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Financial Times business card 1995

New Media Markets and Screen Finance

As a reporter for two Financial Times newsletters, New Media Markets and Screen Finance, I covered the rapidly growing UK (and Scandinavian) television and new media markets and the expanding film-financing sector in Europe. From Special Report: NMM (New Media Markets) Spotlight On The Emergence Of Satellite Porn Channels In The UK October 26 1995 […]

Turning African Youth on to Technology

By David South, Development Challenges, South-South Solutions SOUTH-SOUTH CASE STUDY  An African NGO believes the Internet is the single biggest key to rapid development in Africa – and it is working to connect youth, women and rural populations to the web, and in turn, switch them on to the vast resources stored across the world’s Internet […]

Kenyan Eco-Village Being Built by Slum-Dwellers

By David South, Development Challenges, South-South Solutions SOUTH-SOUTH CASE STUDY  A Kenyan eco-village is helping slum dwellers to start new lives and increase their wealth. The community, Kaputei, is being built by former slum residents – some of whom used to beg to survive – and is providing new homes with electricity, running water and services […]

UNDP In Mongolia: The Guide | 1997 – 1999

Editor: David South Researcher and Writer: Jill Lawless Publisher: UNDP Mongolia Communications Office Published: Between 1997 and 1999 Background: This is the original text from the brochure UNDP in Mongolia: The Guide first published in 1997. It, for the first time, provided a rolling update on what the United Nations was doing in Mongolia, offering key contacts and data […]

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