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Thematic analyses

The Helpdesk have supported Sida and Swedish Embassies with various thematic analyses. Our library of publications currently undergoes reconstruction. If you want to access publications from specific countries or want to know more about a thematic area and can’t find it here on the website – contact us and we will help you find the information you seek.

For more information about environmental integration in Swedish Development Cooperation, see Sidas Green Toolbox.

See Sidas Green Toolbox here

Dialogue Support for Environmental Integration into Democracy and Human Right

This paper provides ideas for questions that can be used in dialogue with partners about integration of environment and climate change in contributions within democracy and human rights. It complements Sida’s generic guidelines for integration of environment and climate change in contributions.

Dialogue Support for Environmental Integration into Democracy and Human Right (2019)

Environment and climate change integration in Sida’s development cooperation

This report is the briefing paper that Sida prepared as part of an OECD/DAC Peer Learning Review on environment and climate change mainstreaming, where Sida, Canada, the EU Commission and the European Investment Bank volunteered to engage. The report describes the Swedish policy context, Sida’s approach to integration, achievements and lessons learned. The purpose of the learning process was to assess how environment and climate issues are integrated or not in DAC members’ development strategies, policies and programmes, identifying what worked and what did not, and how to approach remaining and emerging challenges. The OECD/DAC Peer Learning exercise is one of the evaluations in Sida’s Strategic Evaluation Plan, as a utilisation focused review of a priority perspective in Sweden’s development cooperation. The report with the findings and lessons from the visit to Sweden and the synthesis report comprising lessons learned from all three visits will be available later this year.

Authors: Lisa Åhrgren , Emelie Cesar , Gunilla Öhlund-Wingqvist , Göran Ek , Maria Göthberg , Eva Stephansson , Anders Ekbom, Hanna Wolf

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