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Literature monitoring - October 2018

 Crises & vulnerabilities

SDG progress: fragility, crisis and leaving no one behind, Emma Samman, Paula Lucci, Jessica Hagen-Zanker, & al., ODI, septembre 2018, 76 p.
This report analyses the progress made by countries in relation to the Sustainable Development Goals and establishes projections in terms of the additional efforts that will be necessary to achieve them by 2030. The authors highlight the lack of progress made by fragile states and those affected by conflict, and underline the challenges and possibilities of achieving the SDGs for crisis-affected people. The report concludes with recommendations for future action.
https://www.odi.org/sites/odi.org.uk/files/resource-documents/12424.pdf

 Population displacement

“Twenty Years of the Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement”, Forced Migration review, Issue 59, octobre 2018, 68 p.
This issue of the Force Migration Review looks at the Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement which were adopted 20 years ago and integrated into numerous regional and national policies and laws. The different articles explore how they have been applied, there successes, their limits, issues related to their implementation, their relevance in relation to current contexts and future challenges that may have to be overcome.
https://www.fmreview.org/sites/fmr/files/FMRdownloads/en/GuidingPrinciples20_0.pdf

 Food security & nutrition

L’état de la sécurité alimentaire et de la nutrition dans le monde 2018
New evidence in SOFI 2018 confirms a rise in world hunger: the number of people who suffer from hunger has been growing over the past three years, returning to levels from almost a decade ago. Multiple forms of malnutrition are evident in many countries: adult obesity is growing even as forms of undernutrition persist.
The report says that climate variability and extremes are key drivers behind this rise, together with conflict and economic downturns, and are threatening to erode and reverse gains made in ending hunger and malnutrition. SOFI 2018 reveals new challenges on the road to Zero Hunger, while setting out urgent actions needed to achieve the goal by 2030.
http://www.fao.org/3/I9553FR/i9553fr.pdf