International Tax Conference: ‘Pay your taxes where you add the value’

admin, June 19, 2015

The tax conference will provide a forum for academics, companies, government officials and members of civil society to discuss effective ways to support developing countries’ tax policy and revenue collection.

Effective Cooperation with Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships for Addressing Sustainable Development Challenges in Middle Income Countries

admin, June 18, 2015

Support by Japan and Mexico, the Global Partnership will host a side event at the International Financing for Development Conference examining the role of multi-stakeholder partnerships to support middle-income countries.

2nd Round of Monitoring Progress in Implementing Busan Committments

admin, June 17, 2015

The Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation (Global Partnership) is intensifying preparations for the second round of monitoring - learn more and join other countries to help create a key source of evidence to inform political dialogue and enhance accountability.

The role of ODA and broader official development finance in the post- 2015 era: creating opportunities for “smarter” official finance

admin, May 12, 2015

Over 100 experts, practitioners, non-state actors and policy makers from developed and developing countries gathered at the OECD Headquarters to learn more about the DAC’s recent historic agreement to modernise how it measures ODA, among other other topics.

“How to strengthen management of multi-source development financing – perspectives from the receiving end”

admin, May 6, 2015

Co-Chair Goodall Gondwe, Minister of Finance of Malawi, convened finance ministers and senior representatives from a range of developing countries for a roundtable dialogue on joint priorities and perspectives for the Financing for Development Conference in Addis Ababa in July 2015.

Progress on refining Indicator 2 of the Global Partnership monitoring framework

admin, May 4, 2015

Indicator 2 of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation's (Global Partnership) monitoring framework aims at assessing whether “civil society operates within an environment which maximises its engagement in and contribution to development”.

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