The Center on International Cooperation hosts numerous events such as high-level meetings, forums, roundtable discussions, webinars, dialogues, and more.

Debt Sustainability Architecture: Improving the framework to better serve borrower countries

The ministerial-level event on the sidelines of the Annual Meetings will serve to reflect on what is needed to better capture and respond to the concerns and needs of borrower countries in the debt restructuring process, using Zambia’s experience as an example


October 11, 2023

Accelerating progress towards decent work and fairer societies

On 4 October 2023, on the sidelines of the Second and Third Committees of the General Assembly, UNU-WIDER in collaboration with UN DESA organizes a debate to answer these questions and discuss how to build fairer societies.


October 4, 2023

Accelerating the Implementation of SDG 16 in support of sustainable development and sustaining peace: Leveraging partnerships on SSR between the Peace & Security and Development Pillars

Against the background of the need to accelerate SDG 16, and the requirement of enhanced policy coherence and strengthened partnerships as outlined in SDG 17, join the Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance, the Permanent Mission of Costa Rica to the United Nations at the 2023 High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development side event.


July 13, 2023

The aid dilemma in Syria – How to support the Syrian people while minimising risk of aid diversion

The session takes stock of in the findings of a recent Swedish MFA commissioned study on aid diversion by New York University, Center on International Cooperation, and the Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House, as well as a Syria Legal Development Programme (SLDP) mapping of the top 100 private and public-private Syrian suppliers to various United Nations agencies in 2019-2020.


June 13, 2023

The Development Outlook in Asia: Opportunities, Challenges, and Risks

Asian Development Bank (ADB) Chief Economist Albert Park will discuss key findings from the recently-released Asian Development Outlook (ADO) April 2023. The ADO provides a comprehensive analysis of economic development in Asia and the Pacific. Dr. Park will highlight current challenges and risks to development outlooks in the region, including Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and global financial conditions.


April 19, 2023

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