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Seminar i København om "Applying the Aid Effectiveness Principles i practice" med senioforsker Lars Engberg-Pedersen

Tid

Fredag, 18. august 2017 -
10:00 til 11:30

Sted

DIIS ∙ Dansk Institut for Internationale Studier, auditoriet, Gl. Kalkbrænderi Vej 51 A (nær Nordhavn S-station) Østerbro, København

The seminar will be in English and livestreamed on diis.dk

Participation is free of charge, but registration is required. Please use our online registration form no later than Thursday 17 August 2017 at 12.00 noon. Livestream does not require registration.

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In 2005, foreign aid donors and recipients formally endorsed a few basic but far-reaching principles, which had the potential to revolutionize global development cooperation.

With its emphasis on putting recipients in the proverbial driver’s seat, donors align their aid with recipients’ national development strategies and harmonize among themselves.

 The Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness promised to transform the way donors and recipients worked together - especially how they designed and implemented aid in the interest of greater effectiveness.

Using the cases of Mali, Ghana and Ethiopia, Professor Stephen Brown will address the following questions:

To what extent have the aid effectiveness principles been applied? What explains this degree of commitment? What has been the effect on the donor-recipient relationship? What do these findings suggest regarding the future of the aid effectiveness agenda?

 

Man kan hente Ole Therkildsens artikel i tidsskriftet Den Ny Verden fra 2007 "We´ll always have Paris" Paris-erklæringen om bistandseffektivitet - sund fornuft eller nykolonialisme" fra

http://pure.diis.dk/ws/files/326883/dnv2007_3artikler.pdf

Speakers

 

Stephen Brown, Professor, University of Ottawa

Lars Engberg-Pedersen, Senior Researcher, DIIS

 

 

Programme

 

10.00-10.05

Welcome

 

Lars Engberg-Pedersen

 

 

10.05-10.45

Applying the Aid Effectiveness Principles in Africa

 

Stephen Brown

 

 

10.45-10.55

Coffee break

 

 

10.55-11.30

Discussion