CPDE Newsletter January-June 2022

The CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness has released its first newsletter for 2022, covering its engagements from January to June, including the All Secretariats Meeting, its event on climate finance at the Stockholm+50, the kickoff of its 10th anniversary celebrations, and the launch of its capacity development materials for civil...

Advocating for Enabling Environment for Civil Society: An Advocacy Toolkit

In 2010, CSOs consolidated the principles and values that guide their practice through a series of consultations led by the Open Forum. The Istanbul Principles for CSO Development Effectiveness and the International Framework for CSO Enabling Environment were the products of this process. OF produced three documents to guide the...

Putting the Istanbul Principles into Practice: A Companion Toolkit

In 2010, CSOs consolidated the principles and values that guide their practice through a series of consultations led by the Open Forum. The Istanbul Principles for CSO Development Effectiveness and the International Framework for CSO Enabling Environment were the products of this process. OF produced three documents to guide the...

CSO Handbook on Private Sector Engagement

The CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness, in partnership with the Reality of Aid Network, has published the CSO Handbook on Private Sector Engagement. Divided into two parts, the material serves to equip CSOs with both the conceptual and basic technical know-how in monitoring private sector engagements (PSEs) in development cooperation....

CPDE ICSOs Study on Impacts of Covid-19 on CSOs effectiveness: Presentation

The CPDE International Civil Society Organisations (ICSOs) sector has released its study One Year On: COVID-19 has made CSOs’ effectiveness harder on many fronts: A CPDE study on the impacts of the pandemic. The presentation features highlights of the study, which draws from the point of view primarily of ICSOs...

Civil Society Manifesto for Effective Development Cooperation

In 2016, five years since Busan2, the Second High-Level Meeting (HLM2) of the Global Partner-ship for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) produced the Nairobi Outcome Document (NOD). This document sought to fulfil, uphold, and monitor commitments and principles3 on aid and development effectiveness (ADE). Through the NOD, the GPEDC further committed...

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