From November 29th to December 1st 2011, government representatives, parliamentarians, civil society organisations and private sector representatives will come together in Busan for the 4th High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness. Approximately 2000 delegates will gather together to discuss progress in improving development effectiveness building on similar forums at Accra in 2008 and Paris in 2005. In the latest in a series of online debates, the Broker – in cooperation with the OECD – asked a range of inspiring experts to discuss the tough questions ahead of Busan: Beyond aid as we know it: How can the development agenda be expanded to be more effective and is Busan the right place to do it? and Beyond the traditional donors: Can traditional and new donors agree on best development practices, should they, and if so how will they overcome the many challenges to aligning their practices?
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As the preparations for the HLF4 gather pace, read here a reflection on the lively Busan debate so far.
The 4th High Level Forum on aid effectiveness takes place in Busan, Korea in November. What is the meeting about and how did we get here?
How can the development agenda be expanded to be more effective and is Busan the right place to do it?
Can traditional and new donors agree on best development practices, should they, and if so how will they overcome the many challenges to alignment?
In November 2011, Action for Global Health participated in the Busan Aid Effectiveness Civil Society Forum and the High Level Forum together with health advocates...
At the end of November, 2,000 representatives of governments, international organisations and NGOs convened in Busan as the fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness.
For many decades development aid of western donors has been pretty well shielded from probing questions by the public opinion and politicians.
The Broker, in cooperation with the OECD, invites you to contribute to this blog about the challenges of the coming HLF on aid effectivess at Busan.
Our dossiers thoroughly examine selected topics and we frequently post discussion questions regarding them. We welcome your contributions to the discussions.