The recent change of IMF director shows that the Bretton Woods institutions still fail to integrate leadership and expertise from developing countries. Wealth and knowledge are shifting away from the West, but the global players are not yet ready to take full advantage of an increasingly multipolar world.
As the biggest provider of development resources, Europe remains frozen in its post-colonial, inward-looking stance towards the development agenda.…Continue
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In the backdropof UN campaign for ending hunger, the MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS (MDG) REPORT CARD: MEASURING PROGRESS ACROSS COUNTRIES commissioned by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the UN Millennium Campaign is already out. Let us examine the shortfalls and potential pitfalls:
1. Poverty: In African countries, the proportion of the population living below $1.25 a day has…
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Informe preparado para el Seminario-Taller Subregional sobre el Acuerdo de Asociación entre la Unión Europea y Centroamérica: “Desafíos para el Sector Agropecuario”, organizado por la FAO y el Ministerio de Agricultura y Ganadería de Costa Rica. Junio 2011.
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The energy for South-South and triangular exchange of development knowledge is mounting every day. Strong political drive is coming from the G20 whose Development Working Group has endorsed policy recommendations and practices for using knowledge sharing more systematically. Hundreds of practitioners are sharing their experiences under the umbrella of the Task Team on…Continue
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I share with you all an excerpt from the message by Colombian Co-Chair of the Task Team on South-South Cooperation during the Working Party on Aid Effectiveness meetings, held Paris, July 7 2011, where South-South Cooperation received the decided support of many countries that believe in its potential to transform the international cooperation…Continue
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Del 20 de septiembre al 1 de diciembre de 2011
El VI Curso en Evaluación de Intervenciones de Cooperación para el Desarrollo tiene como objetivos:
I'm pleased to share with you this first online mag from young people in Africa. It shows the aim to progress this continent.…Continue
Added by HANTANIONY HERIZO ERIC on July 6, 2011 at 10:58pm — No Comments
As part of ongoing work on the results agenda, the Learning Network for Capacity Development (LenCD, www.lencd.org) is pleased to launch a call for submission of stories on results and capacity development to provide evidence in support of our joint statement on results and CD, and which will be presented in Busan. Stories submitted by developing countries and partners that show how sustainable development results are premised on endogenous capacity…Continue
Added by Brian Lucas on July 6, 2011 at 9:39am — No Comments
O Ipea iniciou na semana passada a coleta de dados para o a edição de 2011 do levantamento sobre a Cooperação Brasileira para o Desenvolvimento Internacional (Cobradi). Durante cinco dias, 110 representantes, de 70 órgãos da administração federal participaram de reuniões nas quais foram apresentadas orientações para o preenchimento do formulário eletrônico que…Continue
Added by Daniela Alves on July 5, 2011 at 4:55pm — No Comments
Please find attached the 10th edition of the Developing Countries Observer, a newsletter prepared on personal basis and directed to the diplomatic community and policy makers working in the so-called Global South.
The TT-SSC keeps working to ensure that the evidence presented in Busan is the outcome of an inter-regional analytical process with top quality standards. In doing so, it is promoting the emergence of long-lasting academic networks that can make a key contribution to the Busan…Continue
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