Post by Social Watch on 22/11/2011 in www.socialwatch.org/node/13899
This week’s high level forum on aid effectiveness in Busan, South Korea, could see a radical and welcome shift in the approach to aid for fragile and conflict-affected states, establishing peace as a key foundation for achieving the Millennium Development Goals.
Posted on December 3rd, 2011
Busan Global Civil Society Forum concluded yesterday while civil society looks forward to a new beginning of the development discourse with governments and donors at 4th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (HLF4), starting tomorrow Nov 29 and until Dec 1 in Busan.
Written by Justin Kilcullen, CONCORD President.
(Message from Antonio Tujan, Jr., IBON International Director)
Civil Society leaders and representatives launched the new CSO Platform Post-Busan, The CSO Partership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE), after the First Global Council Meeting of CPDE in Nairobi, Kenya last 8-9 December 2012.
A year after the High Level Forum IV in Busan, South Korea, civil society are re-organizing to effectively engage with stakeholders and face new challenges under the framework of the Busan Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation.
A year after the High Level Forum IV on Aid Effectiveness was held in Busan, the Steering Committee of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation (GPEDC) will meet to determine priorities of the Global Partnership under the new framework of the Busan Partnership for Effective D
The Pacific sub-regional consultation on CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE) kicked off in Nadi, Fiji with an address by Tony Tujan, IBON International Director and Asia Pacific Convener and Co-Chair of the Group of 13 (CPDE Steering Group) global civil society representatives d