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Busan Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation
The Busan Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation is the multilateral agreement resulting from the 4th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (HLF4), 29 November to 1 December 2011 in Busan, Republic of Korea, agreed by civil society organizations as well as partners governments, traditional donors, South South cooperators, the BRICS, and private donors.
For civil society, the Busan agreement is a milestone as it is the first time that civil society organizations participated in negotiations as full and equal participants alongside the other development actors.
BUSAN GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP FOR EFFECTIVE DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION
List of countries and organizations that have endorsed the Busan Partnership
EXPLORE THE BUSAN GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP
|Civil Society participation and achievements||Civil society milestones (incl. acknowledgement of the International Framework and the Istanbul Principles in the agreement ), reactions, and analysis of the Busan Global Partnership|
|Post Busan Interim Group||Multi-lateral consensus-building process on the Global Partnership governance and monitoring in the ’interim’ period January - June 2011|
|Busan Partnership working arrangements||Confirmed Global Partnership co-chairs, Steering Committee composition and meetings schedule, and Monitoring system|
|Building Blocks||Voluntary initiatives launched in conjunction with the Busan Global Partnership that enable development actors to unite and make concentrated efforts on areas in or beyond the commitments of the Global Partnership|
|CSO Activities and Resources post Busan||CSO Activities and alliances to implement the International Framework for CSO Development Effectiveness and develop the other commitments of the Busan Global Partnership|