The debates surrounding the creation of a new development framework to follow the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) have progressed significantly over the last three months, but will only gain in momentum and complexity as 2015 draws closer. CIC’s new publication, What Happens Now? Taking the Post-2015 Agenda to the Next Stage, considers both the substance and process for current debates on the post-2015 agenda. It reviews key inputs into the intergovernmental process and provides a road map for member states geared toward negotiating a final agreement on a new international development framework.
What Happens Now? Taking the Post-2015 Agenda to the Next Stage
Aid strategies in ‘politically estranged’ settings:
NYU’s Center on International Cooperation (CIC) and Chatham House undertook a joint study to examine the political and practical barriers to staying engaged in politically estranged situations and propose options for donors and multilateral actors to use in overcoming those barriers. The resulting research paper draws together quantitative analysis, donor interviews and diverse examples from countries where relations between donors and national authorities are or have been estranged.
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