Will competing UN and OECD partnerships cement or stymie aid effectiveness? | Jonathan Glennie
Two global partnerships are creating tension and could negate attempts to monitor and improve development co-operationAs...
Two global partnerships are creating tension and could negate attempts to monitor and improve development co-operation
As we approach the first high-level meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation (GPEDC) in Mexico next week, no one quite knows what to expect. Are we going to see the further cementing of a dynamic, evolving attempt to hold countries to account for how they handle development co-operation, as the most active participants hope? Or will the meeting confirm suspicions that the enterprise is somewhat precarious, with leaders and secretariat alike unsure of the next steps?
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