The Global Partnership’s blog collects opinion pieces and articles from expert practitioners working on effective development co-operation.

On Using Evidence to Improve Development Effectiveness: The South African SDG Hub

The effective implementation of the 2030 Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) requires access to high-quality evidence. Providing access
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On Using Evidence to Improve Development Effectiveness: The South African SDG Hub

25 Countries, 3 Regional Partners, 1 GPI: A Pilot Program Translating Global Commitments to Local Actions

Since the founding of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation (GPEDC), the Global Partnership Initiatives (GPIs) were recognised as
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25 Countries, 3 Regional Partners, 1 GPI:  A Pilot Program Translating Global Commitments to Local Actions

Taxing Multinationals is Pivotal to Financing Development

Financing the ambitious Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is a significant challenge, and was the rationale behind the Addis Ababa Action
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Taxing Multinationals is Pivotal to Financing Development

A Knotty Problem: Turning Words into Action on Tied Aid

“Tied aid doesn’t work.” That was the verdict of the UK’s top development minister at a recent parliamentary hearing. And the
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A Knotty Problem: Turning Words into Action on Tied Aid

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