• Les OSC posent un défi à toutes les parties prenantes: « La Réunion de Haut Niveau du Mexique ne va pas assez loin pour le peuple »

    MEXICO, 16 avril – Plus de 200 organisations de la société civile (OSC) participant à la première Réunion de Haut Niveau (RHN) du Partenariat Global pour l’Efficacité de la Coopération au Développement (PGECD) ont mis au défi toutes les parties prenantes à prendre des engagements plus forts. Deux années après le Forum de Haut Niveau […]

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  • La réaction du POED au 4ème projet de texte du Communiqué du PGECD

    Le POED accueille à bras ouverts la décision de garder la discussion sur le Communiqué ouverte à consultation au RHN et nous apprécions l’opportunité de pouvoir y contribuer d’avantage. Le POED voudrait suggérer que le Comité Directeur se réunisse à la Réunion de Haut Niveau afin de revoir le projet de texte final et ce […]

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  • Tout futur Partenariat Global doit inclure la société civile et ses demandes

    La société civile fait entendre ses demandes avant la réunion de Haut Niveau sur l’aide au développement MEXICO, 14 Avril—À la veille de la première Réunion à Haut Niveau (RHN) du Partenariat Global pour une Coopération Efficace au service du Développement (PGCED) à Mexico, les organisations de la société civile du monde entier se retrouvent […]

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  • Civil society gears up for Mexico High-Level Meeting

    MEXICO CITY, 14 April 2014–A day before the first High-Level Meeting (HLM) on Development Cooperation, civil society representatives from around the world will gather at the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs to look back on what has been achieved since Busan and identify ways forward to effective development. Under the theme of Effective Development through […]

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  • Asia-Pacific CSOs express concern over shrinking civil society space, strong private sector push

    CSO representatives from countries across the Asia Pacific expressed resounding concern last March 10-11 over the shrinking civil society space in the region in the recently concluded Asia-Pacific Regional Consultation on Building Evidence in Seoul, Korea. “Organisations who are into public policy or are into rights-based work are severely curtailed,” according to CSO Partnership for […]

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  • Civil society commits to Istanbul Principles, charts plans to move forward

    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — Around forty (40) civil society educators, facilitators and trainers gathered in Johannesburg, South Africa on June 25 to 27, 2013 to attend the first Global Training of Trainers (Global ToT) on CSO Development Effectiveness. The Global ToT was among the major activities of the CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE) through […]

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  • New CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness will Continue to Shape the Changing Architecture of Aid and Development Effectiveness

    Brussels, June 21, 2013 – Recognising the changing development cooperation architecture and evolving dialogue around aid and development effectiveness, the Open Forum for CSO Development Effectiveness and BetterAid merged to create a single platform to represent CSO voices. Today was the public launch of the CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness, a new open platform that […]

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  • Civil society calls for ‘clearer commitments’ towards Mexico HLM

    ABUJA, Nigeria—Civil society representatives expressed concern over the lack of ‘clearer commitments’ in implementing Busan agreements during the 5th Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) Steering Committee (SC) meeting last 13-14 February. “If you look at the preparations towards the HLM, there is a tendency…to put the onus on the developing countries and forget […]

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  • Implementing Busan: Africa calls for binding Global Action Plan

    ABIDJAN, Cote d’Ivoire–Ministers, parliamentarians, institutions, academia, and civil society organisations met for the African Multi-stakeholder Consultation organized by the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) last 24-26 February in preparation for its 1st High Level Meeting in Mexico. Participants in the meeting re-affirmed their commitment to the principles of development effectiveness. All stakeholders also […]

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  • Dams and development: Corporate interests and Manipur’s struggle for justice

    In the Northeastern part of India lies the state of Manipur – characterized by its lush terrain, flowing rivers, and diverse flora and fauna – a fertile ground for large-scale corporate-backed ‘development projects’ that exacerbate human rights violations and unbridled exploitation of natural resources. While in New York for the UN Summit for the Adoption […]

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