Philippe Orliange

Regional représentative for Brazil and Argentina, Brasilia

2 published articles

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Biography

Career diplomat, seconded to Agence française de Développement. Served in Brazzaville, Nairobi, New York (United Nations), Bogota, Hanoi and Prétoria and in Paris, at the ministry of foreign Affairs (Africa department, UN division, Development cooperation department), ministry for development cooperation (minister’s office) and Agence française de Développement (country officer for Lebanon and Egypt, director for Latin America, executive director for Strategy).

ID4D Articles

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Sustainable urban development: let’s empower cities to take action!

The SDG 11 establishes sustainable urban development as a goal in itself. To take up this challenge, new kinds of international partnerships and a greater local autonomy are necessary.

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SDGs: What are 17 goals in view of the planet’s future?

This autumn, the United Nations should once again demonstrate that whatever the grievances made towards it, it continues to be an engine for building international consensus on some major issues. This will be the case with the new “roadmap” for global development, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which will be taking over from the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

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