3 edition of Development co-operation found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. iii.
|Statement||Australian Govt. Pub. Service|
|Publishers||Australian Govt. Pub. Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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Conclusion and next steps The Development Leaders Conference provided a unique opportunity to set out a shared agenda on the future of development agencies and to identify priorities for development leaders going forward. Success factors include early dialogue and a close partnership between the transferring and receiving countries.
With diverse sources of finance proliferating, some fear the role of the multilateral institution is being threatened by nationalist agendas, while others seek solace in multilateral systems—which they find foster cooperation. In other words, development co-operation may become indistinguishable from profit-seeking activities such as trade and investment in Development co-operation their various dimensions, and, as such, lose its primary meaning and purpose.
Bias needs to be avoided, especially when considering access to the technology used for monitoring. The Ministry of Development co-operation Affairs and the Ministry of Climate, Energy and Utilities have joint access to the fund, although a strict division of labour between the two ministries may limit opportunities. Growing challenges: Conflict and climate change Time and again we heard how conflict hinders development progress, and how fragility is affecting the long-term sustainability of development programming.
Surprisingly, there is nothing comparable in foreign direct investments to the global governance of trade, for instance. Most importantly, the private sector has come to play a prominent role in the achievement of the 17 goals of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda agreed by United Nations members in 2015.
Strengthened high-level political engagement, advocacy, public communication and strategic use of data and evidence Arrangements for Capacity-Building and Technology Transfer The Global Partnership is recognised as a complementary forum to support implementation of Addis Ababa Action Agenda for Financing for Development in pursing efforts to improve the quality, impact and effectiveness of development co-operation.
Participants had much to say on the role of civil society organisations in channeling philanthropy capital, and on the role of the private sector in general. It shows us how the fight against poverty works in Development co-operation world barreling towards multipolarity.
Most importantly, the private sector has come to play a prominent role in the achievement of the 17 goals of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda agreed by United Nations members in 2015.