Information Structure of ‘Approaches to Equity’



• Approaches to Equity: Current Theories and Practices on Equity for Children

○ Theory Paper: ‘Equity and Social Justice: A Short Introduction’ by Equity for Children

○ Approaches to Equity Data Matrix: Comparing equity in major international organizations


Phase 1

• Summaries of International Organizations’ perspectives based on reports and EFC interviews

○ Approaches to Equity: Equity for Children

○ Approaches to Equity: Post-2015 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)

○ Approaches to Equity: Save the Children

○ Approaches to Equity: The World Bank

○ Approaches to Equity: UNICEF

○ Approaches to Equity: UN Women

○ Approaches to Equity: World Health Organization

• Interviews with Leaders of International Organizations

○ Interview with Alberto Minujin, Executive Director, Equity for Children

○ Interview with Richard Morgan, Senior Advisor on the Post-2015 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Agenda

○ Interview with Jessica Espey, Senior Research and Policy Advisor, Save the Children UK

○ Interview with Francisco H. G. Ferreira, Lead Economist, The World Bank

○ Interview with Nicholas Alipui, Director of Programmes, UNICEF NY HQ

○ Interview with Saraswathi Menon, Director, Policy Division, UN Women

Interview with Ritu Sadana, Lead Specialist, Ageing and Life Course, World Health Organization Geneva


Phase 2

• Interviews with Foundations

○ Interview with Kathy Hall, Senior Program Officer for Empowering Youth: Girls’ Equality and Adolescent Reproductive Health at the Summit Foundation

○ Interview with Nonet T. Sykes, Senior Associate, The Annie E. Casey Foundation

○ Interview with Margaret Hempel, Director for Gender, Sexuality Reproductive Justice, Ford Foundation

○ Interview with Dena Kimball, Executive Director of the Kendeda Fund

• Interviews with Researchers

○ Interview with Paul Dornan, Senior Policy Officer, Young Lives

○ Interview with Alicia Ely Yamin, Lecturer on Global Health and Director of  the Program on Health Rights of Women and Children at the François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard University

○ Interview with Hinke Haisma, Associate Professor in Population and Child Health at the University of Groningen

○ Interview with Keetie Roelen, Research Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies

○ Interview with Professor Benard Aigbokhan Economics Lecturer at Ambrose Alli University, Nigeria

○ Interview with Juliana Martínez Franzoni, Associate Professor,University of Costa Rica

○ Interview with Miles Corak, Full Professor of Economics,University of Ottawa

○ Interview with Interview with Alejandro Acosta, Director, International Center for Education and Human Development

○ Interview with Emma Samman,Research Fellow,Overseas Development Institute


Additional Resources on Equity

○  Presentations

□ 2012 World Bank Conference on Equity: Inequality of What? Outcomes, Opportunities and Fairness

□ Equity for Children on “Addressing Inequalities in the SDGs: A human rights imperative for effective poverty eradication,”” A UN Working Group

○  Reports from International Organizations

□ Closing the Health Equity Gap: Policy options and opportunities for action

□ Equity, Development and Policy: Evidence, New Ideas & Future Directions

□ Equity in Development: Why it is important and how to achieve it

□ Working for the Few: Political Capture and Economic Inequality

□ Even it UP: Time to End Extreme Inequality

○  Research Papers

□ A Great Step Forward But Let’s Be More Daring: Equity for Children’s Comments on the High Level Panel for the Post-2015 Approaches to Equity by the Post-2015 Development Agenda

□ A New Equity Agenda? Reflections on the 2006 World Development Report, the 2005 Human Development Report and the 2005 Report on the World Social Situation

□ Addressing Inequalities: The Heart of the Post-2015 Development Agenda and the Future We Want for All

□ Approaches towards Inequality and Inequity: Concepts, measures and policies

□ Health in All Policies: Seizing opportunities, implementing policies

□ Tackling Structural and Social Issues to Reduce Inequities in Children’s Outcomes in Low- to Middle-income Countries

○  Videos

□ Episode 10: EFC Talks with Jessica Espey

□ Video Interview with Alberto Cimadamore, CROP Scientific Director, about the February 2014 International Seminar

 UNICEF Video: Multiple Overlapping Deprivation Analysis


Publications Cited in Our Interviews

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