The 2016 Busan Global Partnership Annual Forum fell at a critical time in the Global Partnership calendar, just seven weeks before HLM2. The Forums, launched in 2014, are an opportunity for Global Partnership stakeholders, especially country-based practitioners, to share experiences and best practices on implementing the Busan principles at the country level.
Dialogue at the 2016 event focused on the Global Partnership’s progress since Busan and Mexico; the potential role of the Global Partnership in delivering the 2030 Agenda; and how to achieve a politically ambitious and substantive HLM2 outcome in Nairobi. It also featured thematic breakout sessions dedicated to priority themes to be discussed at HLM2.
The Outcome Report of the Forum summarises the key messages and takeaways of plenaries and breakouts, as well as the KOICA Learning and Accelerating Programme.
For more information, please contact:
Ms. Jungeun Shin, Second Secretary, Development Policy Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea