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New Global Partnership for Development?

Back to the future: It should be part of the UN

In Paris the final negotiations are being held on the form the new “Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation” should take. In November 2011 it was decided at the Busan High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness that this new body should be set up by June 2012. However, a global partnership should be part of the UN, say Timo Mahn and Silke Weinlich.

 

While the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) form the basic programme for global development cooperation, this partnership focuses on how they are to be achieved, the principles having been agreed by a coalition of over 150 countries. The way in which development cooperation is conducted has been proved to influence its effectiveness. What influence the Global Partnership for Development has will be determined not least by its institutional home ...


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