Evaluation of the UNEP Division of Policy Development and Law

UN Environment Evaluation Office (2003)

This evaluation focused on four inter-related aspects: first the mandate of the Division of Policy Development and Law in the overall structure of UNEP and the extent to which the current organizational set-up has provided it with flexibility to implement 2000-2001 and 2002-2003 programmes; second, the relevance of the Division's activities to UNEP clients; third, the strengths and weaknesses of the Division in conducting policy analysis and development, engaging major groups in UNEP processes and activities, mainstreaming gender considerations in its activities an providing advisory services for the development and implementation of environmental law; and fourth, the organizational and programmatic reforms that the Division and UNEP as a whole planned to undertake to make the Division's work more focused and relevant to the Plan of Implementation of the World Summit on Sustainable Development

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