This report seeks to give an account of the level of readiness for the provisions of the Busan Partnership for Effective Development of December 2011, at the Fourth High Level Forum, to become a reality.The partnership provided an opportunity to review modalities of development in the last 60 years and provided an opportunity to commit…
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No to a Corporate "Development" Agenda

Reclaim our future. Oppose the corporate “development” agendaJuly 27, 2015 In September of this year, Heads of States and Governments will gather at the United Nations (UN) headquarters in New York City to agree on a new set of “Sustainable Development Goals” (SDGs) and a “global plan of action for people, planet and prosperity”.…
The Pan African CSO Statement captures views of civil society organizations from 25 countries representing 500 million citizens on Financing Africa's future on the backdrop of the upcoming Third Financing for Development Conference that will take place in Addis Ababa Ethiopia between the 13th to the 16th of July 2015.…
The goal of the meeting was to engage Non-Governmental Organizations on the finalization of the Draft NGO Code of Conduct that was developed by the “interim Board in 2011 through the solicitation of their views on the mode, form and content of the NGO Code of Conduct." The report is…
The promotion of an enabling environment remains a fundamental challenge, which requires shared responsibility among a broad range of actors: CSOs, Governments, Development Partners and the Private sector. The meeting was a great opportunity for civil society and other development actors to reflect upon the challenges of CSO Enabling Environment…
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