Posts tagged ‘Busan’
A new NGO report shows that progress on aid donors’ promises to improve development cooperation is slow.
Why Dublin is hosting the World Alliance of Cities Against Poverty – and why you should take notice.
As the world gets ready to debate what “Framework” should succeed the Millennium Development Goals, this blog post aims to collate some key areas of learning about what works, and what doesn’t, if we aim to ‘make poverty history’.
This blog post presents a series of results from Randomised Control Trial Studies in various areas of development cooperation. It aims to present an overview of evidence presented to date on which programme types really work.
In January 2013, Ireland will take over the rotating Presidency of the European Union. An event that the Government and NGOs in Ireland feel presents a great opportunity to influence the way “Europe” thinks about global Development (and its own Development)
An overview of some of the key issues we focused on during 2011.
In this guest blog post, Abdul Ilal offers some reflections on the new Development paradigm, arising from the Busan summit. He provides some recommendations for the future of the Irish development cooperation programme, in the context of the Review of the White Paper on Irish Aid.
On Day 3 of the Busan Summit, Dochas Director Hans Zomer tells us about the latest developments of the 4th High Level Summit on Aid Effectiveness.
Dochas Director Hans Zomer tells us about the latest developments on Day 2 of the 4th High Level Summit on Aid Effectiveness in Busan (South Korea)
There is a real sense of expectation in the air, at the second day of the Busan summit on better aid gets under way. The celebrities and ‘super stars’ are arriving, with security being ramped up as the likes of Hilary Clinton, Ban Ki-Moon, Queen Rania and the Korean President are making their appearance at the conference.