Learning and Analysis


This section puts together empirical research and comparative studies of public service innovations contained in the United Nations Public Service innovations hub (UNPSI-hub). In support of its mandate of fostering good governance and sound public administration for sustainable development, DPIDG, working with partners, endeavors to analyse and distill lessons from the initiatives nominated for the Public Service Awards to contribute to the search for better ways of building effective, inclusive and accountable public institutions, delivering public services effectively and equitably and enhancing trust in government.


Analytical and Learning Reports
 
 

Transferability of Local Programs: A Framework for Determining the Success and Transferability of Local Program Strategies and Innovations, University of Southern California, Sol Price School of Public Policy, 07 May 2018 [Brief Note] [Full Report]

UNPSA initiatives used as case studies:

 

Collective Impact: An Adapted Framework for Public Administration and Governance to Promote Sustainable Development, University of Southern California, Sol Price School of Public Policy, 07 May 2015

Initiatives used as case studies:

  • China: Air Pollution Control Campaign: Beijing
  • Egypt: Girls Improved Learning Outcomes
  • India: Global Polio Eradication Initiative
  • United States of America: The Santa Ana Partnership

 

An Exploration of the Implementation and Sustainability of Urban Area Policies Aimed at Millennium Development Goals 1 and 7, University of Southern California, Sol Price School of Public Policy, May 2014

Initiatives used as case studies:

  • India: Advanced Locality Management (ALM)
  • United States of America: Clear LA Solar Feed-in Tariff
  • Brazil: Rede Turis

   
FUN with UNPSA

The "Fun with UNPSA" mobile game is an entertaining way to learn about the United Nations Public Service Awards and aims to raise awareness about the programme which celebrates the creative achievements and contributions of public service institutions worldwide. 


Click here from your mobile phone or scan QR code below to download and play. Viewable with password UNDESA327.


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