DELIVERING BETTER TOGETHER FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT - LEVERAGING EFFECTIVE DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION
On 5 and 6 December partners are convening in Seoul around the four effectiveness principles – country ownership, a focus on results, inclusiveness, and mutual accountability – to catalyze progress on the SDGs:
- By bringing diverse development actors together in a principle-led approach, fostering trust; and
- By generating data for an evidence-based approach, empowering country-level policy action
- to achieve more effective development co-operation for more sustainable development results.
More details on the 2023 Busan Forum can be found in the programme below.
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- Stronger Partnerships for Sustainable Development -
SETTING THE SCENE: EFFECTIVE DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBAL AND EMERGING CHALLENGES
LOCALLY-LED DEVELOPMENT: EXPLORING BEST PRACTICES FOR PROMOTING AGENCY, ACCOUNTABILITY AND RESULTS
STRENGTHENING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PARTNERSHIPS IN THE CONTEXT OF SOUTH-SOUTH COOPERATION
ABOUT THE BUSAN PARTNERSHIP FORUM
Twelve years ago, the Republic of Korea hosted the Fourth High-Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, establishing the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation (GPEDC) to promote the implementation and monitoring of the Effectiveness Principles: country ownership, focusing on results, inclusive partnerships, and transparency and mutual accountability.
Since then, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea has been hosting the Busan Global Partnership Forum to facilitate multi-stakeholder discussions on the principles and international development cooperation more broadly. The Forum has proven a valuable venue for policy-makers and practitioners from across the world to share experiences as they work together towards the 2030 Agenda.
PAST BUSAN GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP FORUMS AND KEY DOCUMENTS