Co-production of recovery plans with the public is the focus of this week’s Manchester Briefing (Issue 33). The briefing identifies three core barriers to co-production (Pace, Distance [physical and social], and Complexity [of the context]) to provide a broad framework to facilitate co-production of recovery and renewal from COVID.
The Socio-economic Assessment for Covid-19 in Azerbaijan measures the effects and impacts of the crisis across key sectors and to provide the evidence base needed to formulate effective recovery policies and strategies.
Azerbaijan - government
United Nations Development Programme - Headquarters