O boletim de Economia e Política Internacional (outubro-dezembro de 2011), publicado pela Diretoria de Estudos e Relações Internacionais do Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada (IPEA) do Brasil, apresenta um interessante artigo ao respeito do envolvimento brasileiro nos debates internacionais sobre a efetividade da ajuda, problematizando antes de sua celebração, a discussão que foi realizada no Fórum da Organização para a Cooperação e o Desenvolvimento Econômico (OCDE), em Busan (Coréia…Continue
adjunto en este mensaje, el documento de soporte tecnico en cooperación solidaria realizado junto a las Profesoras Monica Hirst y Blanca Antonini para la VI Cumbre de las Américas a desarrollarse en Colombia en 2012.
Saludos y Felices Fiestas!
Han pasado unas pocas semanas desde que culminó el IV Foro sobre Eficacia de la Ayuda en Busán, Corea. La élite de la cooperación al desarrollo se reunió en su pleno para acordar acciones y establecer compromisos que permitan mejorar la eficacia de sus programas e iniciativas. La Secretaria de Estado de Estados Unidos, Hillary Clinton; el Presidente Kagame de Uganda; la Reina Rania de Jordania; el…Continue
Cambian los tiempos, cambian las voluntades:
Motivos para celebrar la Cooperación Sur – Sur
Un día como hoy, hace treinta y tres años, la Asamblea General (A/RES/33/134) hizo suyas las recomendaciones de la Conferencia de las Naciones Unidas sobre Cooperación…Continue
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Para rehabilitación y adaptación al cambio climático:
Más de 4.000 millones de dólares necesitan países afectados por lluvias en…
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Spanish below / Español abajo
Keep this network alive!
I am one of the very few people from this network who were able to travel to Busan. Thanks to the IADB’s generous (and unusually non bureaucratic) support, suddenly I joined the most important stakeholders of the development circle in the South Korean port city: Hillary Clinton, Ban Ki Moon, Michelle Bachelet, Angel Gurría, Alison Evans, and even the Queen of Jordan. Sure, a great event, and sure, I…Continue
I wrote a couple of short pieces about HLF4 held in Busan a couple of weeks ago. They are posted on the Global Economic Governance Programme website: http://www.globaleconomicgovernance.org/
One deals specifically with "partner" participation in the OECD/DAC as well as the achievements of, and prospects for South-South and triangular cooperation:…Continue
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Africa and Brazil were united by geography eons ago and by shared history since the sixteenth century, when they were linked by the transatlantic slave trade until slavery’s abolition. A hiatus in relations developed until African countries gained political independence, when a new relationship began to develop between Brazil and especially the Lusophone African countries. With Brazil’s rise as one of the world’s largest economies and with the advent of strong growth…Continue
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Inspired by South-South case stories, case studies and the strong spirit of the Bangkok Call that recognized the role and responsibility of academia in supporting Southern leadership at national, regional and global level, Asia case writer Prof. Ifar Subagyo (Indonesia) launched a “Center for South-South Cooperation Studies” at Brawijaya University, Malang, Indonesia in November 14, 2011. Prof Ifar Subagyo was case writer for Asia…Continue
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Much of the discussion at the HLF-4 in Busan last week, as well in the months leading up to the event, was focused on forging consensus around a new global development cooperation partnership framework that would accommodate the interests and unique cooperation modalities of new partners such as China, Brazil, and India. The agreement by these and other new development actors to sign on to the HLF-4…Continue
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After three very intense days of a paramount global encounter in which a significant number of partners involved in the south-south opportunity participated, Busan came to a rather positive close last Thursday. Many big shots (among which Ban Ki-moon, Hillary Clinton, Angel Gurria, Paul Kagame, Queen Rania of Jordan, Lee Myung-bak, Brian Atwood and the directors and presidents of most national cooperation agencies) converged from all over the world in the port city to define the terms of a…Continue
Organizada por el Instituto Universitario de Desarrollo y Cooperación de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid (IUDC-UCM) y la Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo (AECID)Continue
Added by Bruno Ayllón Pino on December 4, 2011 at 5:45pm — No Comments
(the post is also in English)
Los invito a leer las impresiones de dos evaluadoras en el reciente encuentro de Busán, Corea. Comentarios y preguntas son bienvenidos en el blog!
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The group has since 2009 held a series of international conferences involving over 500 participants from China, Africa and DAC donor countries. The group has looked both at China's development experiences and lessons for African and other developing countries, as well as lessons that China and DAC donors can share to increase their impact of foreign aid on reducing poverty in Africa.
The findings are available at:…
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