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The Global Partnershipand Its ImplementationMs Eun-jin ParkPermanent Mission to the InternationalOrganizations in ViennaRe...
Table of ContentsI The Launch of the Global PartnershipII Making the Global Partnership WorkIII Global Partnership and the...
I The Launch of the Global Partnership
 Globally: Set a New Milestone for InternationalDevelopment Cooperation New global partnerships for development New par...
Post-Busan Interim Group(PBIG)Post-Busan Interim Group (PBIG) was established inJanuary 2012 Chair +25 representatives f...
Global Partnership:Mandates Para 36(a) of the Busan outcome document“The Global Partnership will offer “an open platform ...
Global Partnership: Memberships and Role of other processesMembership: Open to all actors in development that endorsethe ...
Global Partnership: Working ArrangementsRegular Ministerial Meeting Key forum for political dialogue and decision making...
Global Partnership: Working ArrangementsCo-chairs of the Global Partnership (3)1 Recipient of development cooperation1 Rec...
Global Partnership: Global Monitoring Framework Key Principle: ‘Global Light, Country focused’ 10 Global Monitoring Indi...
☞ The Launch of the Global Partnershipfor Effective Development Cooperationmeansa Farewell to the Working Party on AidEffe...
II Making the Global Partnership Work
Key Elements for Success Leadership by Developing Countries based ontheir ownership and capacity Donors’ actions to fulf...
Key commitmentswith specific deadlines(1/2)Untying Aid: Review the plans to accelerate ourefforts to untie aid in 2012 (B...
Key commitmentswith specific deadlines(1/2)Predictability: Provide available, regular, timelyrolling three-to five year i...
☞ Frameworks for Success are ready !!☞ All development partners should feelthe pressure on their commitments andgo into AC...
III Global Partnership and the Post-2015 Framework
After the MDGs: Key changesDeepened globalization and inter-connected worldEmergence of new development actors: emerging...
Post-2015 Development FrameworkTarget date for MDG achievement fast approachingPost-2015 needs to reflect on changed glo...
Nexus between GP and post-2015 (1/2) Comprehensive & Inclusive Partnership of GP☞ is a new reality Post-2015 needs to ado...
‘OECD-UNDP Joint Support Team’ as part of GPworking arrangement☞ could provides a valuable experience for similararrangem...
☞ Busan Global Partnership could provideessential building blocks for theimplementation & monitoring of the Post-2015 Deve...
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Open Dialogue MICs Conference 2013 Vienna May 8, Presentation by Korea

  1. 1. The Global Partnershipand Its ImplementationMs Eun-jin ParkPermanent Mission to the InternationalOrganizations in ViennaRepublic of Korea
  2. 2. Table of ContentsI The Launch of the Global PartnershipII Making the Global Partnership WorkIII Global Partnership and the Post-2015 Framework
  3. 3. I The Launch of the Global Partnership
  4. 4.  Globally: Set a New Milestone for InternationalDevelopment Cooperation New global partnerships for development New paradigm: ‘Aid and Beyond’ From ‘OECD’ to ‘OECD/UN Joint Partnership’ Korea as host country Sharing development experience Bridging role between traditional donors and emergingeconomies in the negotiation process ‘Global Korea’BUSAN : What has beenachieved?
  5. 5. Post-Busan Interim Group(PBIG)Post-Busan Interim Group (PBIG) was established inJanuary 2012 Chair +25 representatives from donors, developingcountries, OECD, UN IPU, civil society (India, Chian, Brazilas observers) Met 3 times (February, April, May)Final WP-EFF meeting in June 2012 adopted the PBIG’sproposals on the Global Partnership Nature and mandates of the Global Partnerships ToRs and membership of governance structure Secretariat support to the GP Global-level monitoring indicators and targets
  6. 6. Global Partnership:Mandates Para 36(a) of the Busan outcome document“The Global Partnership will offer “an open platform that embracesdiversity, providing a forum for the exchange of knowledge and theregular review of progress” Core functions of the Global Partnership Maintain and strengthen political momentum for moreeffective development cooperation Ensure accountability for implementing Busan commitments Facilitate knowledge exchange and sharing of lessons learned Support implementation of Busan commitments at thecountry level
  7. 7. Global Partnership: Memberships and Role of other processesMembership: Open to all actors in development that endorsethe Busan Partnership agreementRole of regional organizations: Support the implementationof Busan commitments by facilitating knowledge sharing andconvening constituenciesRole of Building Blocks: continue to exist as self standingalliances , but the GP welcomes inputs from them to inform itswork and to support political dialogueRelations with other global fora and processes:Engagement with the UN DCF, the G20 to build synergies andsubstantive complementarity
  8. 8. Global Partnership: Working ArrangementsRegular Ministerial Meeting Key forum for political dialogue and decision making with GP Focusing on implementation of commitments and actionsagreed to in the Busan Partnership agreement Participating from Governments, NGOs, Private Sector, etc Meeting every 18-24 months venue and timing of meetings flexibleSteering Committee Supporting the ministerial platform, providing the strategicleadership, coordination and oversight for the GP 3 Co-chairs + 15 members Meeting every 6-12 months or more frequently as requiredOECD-UNDP Joint Secretariat
  9. 9. Global Partnership: Working ArrangementsCo-chairs of the Global Partnership (3)1 Recipient of development cooperation1 Recipient and provider of development cooperation1 Provider of development cooperationMembers of the Steering Committee (15)5 Representative of recipient of development cooperation, one of whichis representative of the g7+ group of fragile and conflict-affectedstates1 Representative of recipients and providers of developmentcooperation3 Representative of providers of development cooperation1 Representative of private sector stakeholders1 Representative of parliamentarians1 Representative of civil society stakeholders1 Representative of multilateral development banks1 Representative of the UNDP/UNDG Composition of Steering Committee
  10. 10. Global Partnership: Global Monitoring Framework Key Principle: ‘Global Light, Country focused’ 10 Global Monitoring Indicators selected Developing countries’ systems are strengthened and used; Aidis untied; Development cooperation is more predictable;Transparency; Mutual accountability, etc Civil society; Engagement & contribution of the private sector;Gender equality & women’s empowerment, etc Baselines and Targets 2010 as the baseline year, 2015 as the target year Data Sources: Existing int’l source + Collected at country level
  11. 11. ☞ The Launch of the Global Partnershipfor Effective Development Cooperationmeansa Farewell to the Working Party on AidEffectiveness (WP-EFF) !!
  12. 12. II Making the Global Partnership Work
  13. 13. Key Elements for Success Leadership by Developing Countries based ontheir ownership and capacity Donors’ actions to fulfill their commitments,combined assistance for developing countries’ capacitybuilding Enhanced engagement and participation ofEmerging Economies
  14. 14. Key commitmentswith specific deadlines(1/2)Untying Aid: Review the plans to accelerate ourefforts to untie aid in 2012 (BPd 18e)Transparency: Agree on a common, open standardfor electronic publication of timely, comprehensiveand forward-looking information on resourcesprovided through development cooperation by 2012,with the aim of implementing fully by December2015 (BPd 23c)☞ a common, open standard adopted (June 2012)
  15. 15. Key commitmentswith specific deadlines(1/2)Predictability: Provide available, regular, timelyrolling three-to five year indicative forwardexpenditure and/or implementation plans todeveloping countries by 2013 (BPd 24 a)Agree on principles and guidelines on reducing theproliferation of multilateral channels by the end of2012 (BPd 25b)Agree on principles that will guide our actions toaddress the issue of countries that receive insufficientassistance by the end of 2012 (BPd 25c)
  16. 16. ☞ Frameworks for Success are ready !!☞ All development partners should feelthe pressure on their commitments andgo into ACTION !!
  17. 17. III Global Partnership and the Post-2015 Framework
  18. 18. After the MDGs: Key changesDeepened globalization and inter-connected worldEmergence of new development actors: emergingeconomies, civil society, private sector, foundations, localgovernments, etcNew/re-emerged & inter-dependent developmentchallenges while poverty and inequality remain the centralchallengeNo one-size-fits-all, No top-down approach any more,and enhanced demands for different nature, modalities andresponsibilities in development cooperation
  19. 19. Post-2015 Development FrameworkTarget date for MDG achievement fast approachingPost-2015 needs to reflect on changed globaldevelopment landscapeGlobal discussion & efforts for shaping Post-2015Development Framework began within and beyond theUN UN Secretary General’s High-Level Panel on post-2015 & others☞ Clear Nexus between post-2015 developmentframework and the Global Partnership
  20. 20. Nexus between GP and post-2015 (1/2) Comprehensive & Inclusive Partnership of GP☞ is a new reality Post-2015 needs to adopt Key shared principles of GP (ownership by developingcountries; Focus on results; Inclusive development partnership;Transparency and accountability)☞ could provide guiding principles for Post-2015implementation mechanism‘Global Light, Country Focused’ principle of GP☞ could provide a reference for principle of flexible& effective monitoring system of Post-2015
  21. 21. ‘OECD-UNDP Joint Support Team’ as part of GPworking arrangement☞ could provides a valuable experience for similararrangements for post-2015 implementation (UN-World Bank Joint Secretariat?)Ministerial Meeting of GP tomaintain/strengthen political momentum & andsharing lessons of GP☞ could provide a valuable High-Level, PoliticalPlatform for building consensus on Post-2015 andits implementationNexus between GP and post-2015 (2/2)
  22. 22. ☞ Busan Global Partnership could provideessential building blocks for theimplementation & monitoring of the Post-2015 Development Framework,by serving as a strong vehicle for theimplementation of the Post-2015 at both thecountry and global levels.
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