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

A vision, and a voice, for how we work together to achieve the 2030 Agenda

On 14-16 October, the Co-Chairs of the Global Partnership – Bangladesh, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Switzerland, and the
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A vision, and a voice, for how we work together to achieve the 2030 Agenda

Voluntary National Reviews

As part of its follow-up and review mechanisms, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development encourages member states to "conduct regular
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Voluntary National Reviews

Leaving no one behind in private sector engagement

Civil society organisations (CSOs) recognise the importance of effectively engaging all stakeholders in the pursuit of sustainable development. The rise
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Leaving no one behind in private sector engagement

Tracking Gender Budgets: Linking Commitments with Resources for Action

Why is it essential to gather data on gender budgeting? We know that strong policies and laws establish a framework for addressing gender
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Tracking Gender Budgets: Linking Commitments with Resources for Action

The Story behind Georgia’s Progress in Development Co-operation: Contributing to a Global Compendium of Good Practices

Georgia is one of nine pilot countries that has used key mechanisms, tools and instruments to enhance effectiveness at the
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The Story behind Georgia’s Progress in Development Co-operation: Contributing to a Global Compendium of Good Practices

Here’s How to Strengthen Development Co-operation — and Meet the SDGs

This blog was originally posted here. The world stands 10 years away from the deadline to achieve the 2030 Agenda —
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Here’s How to Strengthen Development Co-operation — and Meet the SDGs

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DISCLAIMER: This blog is a forum for sharing the diverse views of its varied contributors on important and emerging issues of Effective Development Co-operation. The posts do not necessarily reflect the view of the Global Partnership, its Co-Chairs, Steering Committee members, or of the joint UNDP/OECD support team.