Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation Side Event on Middle Income Countries at the Third International Financing for Development Conference
Addis Ababa / July 14, 2015
Please click here for access to the side event materials.
Inaugural Advisory Group Meeting on the Global Partnership Monitoring Framework
New York / 20-21 May 2015
Please click here for informational and technical materials.
Please find here a repository of documents related to the UNDP-OECD Joint Support Team’s ongoing work to refine the monitoring framework and prepare for the second monitoring round, which is expected to kick off in fall, 2015.
Please note that these documents are works in progress, and that they will be updated as new versions become available.
The GPEDC e-discussion on, "The Structure and Process of the Global Partnership’s Second Monitoring Round (2015-16)" ran from 31 March to 30 April, 2015.
WINNER: Case Studies on Multi-Stakeholder Implementation of the Busan Principles
Five multi-stakeholder case studies were selected by the Global Partnership to illustrate the impact effective development partnerships can have on the ground. Click here to see the winner!
The Busan Partnership is grounded in the idea that there are four main principles that form the foundation of effective development co-operation and achieving common goals. These principles are:
Tell us about the activities you are carrying out or how you are supporting partner countries in implementing the Busan Principles. If you are a partner country government, please share your experience in making the Busan Principles a reality and what lessons you have learned in the process.
|Regional workshops / peer learning events, supported by Contributing Partners|
|GPEDC Steering Committee Meetings|
|High-Level Side Events|
|First GPEDC High-Level Meeting (April,2014)|
|Other GPEDC workshops|
|Key Global Partnership Documents and Templates|
|Archived E-Discussions / GPEDC Online Consultations|
|GPEDC Annual Status Reports|
In its capacity as a global knowledge broker, the GPEDC and its stakeholders regularly organize regional consultations and events. Many thanks to our Contributing Partners who have contributed to the GPEDC UNDP-OECD Joint Support Team in support of these events. Please click here for a full accounting of these donors and the knowledge-sharing events that they have supported with their kind contributions
In late 2014, the Co-Chairs of the Global Partnership conducted a survey on the work carried out by the Partnership so far and asked stakeholders for their suggestions on the Partnership’s future direction and areas for improvement in the next biennium.
Results from this survey will be available here in early January, 2015. In the meantime, please find a summary of the survey findings here.
|Check out the Global Partnership community twitter chat here to comment on effective implementation of the Busan Principles after 2015!|
|Global Partnership Co-Chairs and several Steering Committee members joined world leaders in New York at the 69th UN General Assembly in September 2014. Read more here!|
Click here to access the Global Partnership Blog!
Past guest authors have included GP Co-Chairs Ministers Greening, Okonjo-Iweala, and Alisjahbana; Lithuanian Foreign Affairs Minister Linkevičius; USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah; academics and thought leaders like Jonathan Glennie; and similarly high-profile practitioners.
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