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Under Pressure: Nations Respond to Need for Crypto Legislation.  A growing list of countries have recognized the need to address cryptocurrency legislation - where do they stand?

Rachel McIntosh/Finance Magnates: https://www.financemagnates.com/cryptocurrency/news/cryptocurrencynewsunder-pressure-the-worlds-nations-respond-to-need-for-crypto-legislation/


Monitoring to Implement Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies.  This report summarizes the findings emerging from a pilot initiative to support inclusive processes and methodologies for monitoring SDG16 in six countries: El Salvador, Georgia, Indonesia, South Africa, Tunisia and Uruguay.

United Nations Development Programme: http://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/librarypage/democratic-governance/monitoring-to-implement-peaceful--just-and-inclusive-societies.html


Open Contracting for the Future: Three Frontier Issues. (commentary)  The future of open contracting depends on the ability of governments and citizens to open up the entire public contracting cycle, create feedback channels, and use open contracting data to improve procurement results.

Andrew Mandelbaum (Development Gateway) & Daniel Dietrich (Hivos)/Open Up Contracting; https://www.openupcontracting.org/open-contracting-future-three-frontier-issues/

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