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International non-government organization IBON International today took the US government to task for its aid policies that have largely influenced how aid is defined according to the interests of donor governments. Civil society groups gathered in Busan, South Korea questioned the sincerity of the US as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivered a speech at the Opening Ceremony of the 4th High Level Forum on Aid and Development Effectiveness
As part of our commitment to the upcoming Knowledge and Innovation Space at the 4th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (HLF-4) in Busan, South Korea, IBON International is organizing a mini-debate called “Southern CSOs: Receivers or Providers of Capacity Development for Global Policy Innovation?” This mini-debate shall feature speakers discussing successes and problems faced by Southern civil society organizations (CSOs) in capacity development for policy influencing – one side shall be expected to highlight the strengths and opportunities that Southern CSOs possess, while the other side shall highlight the challenges and constraints that they face.
From November 29 to December 1, 2011, the High Level Forum IV on Aid Effectiveness will be held in Busan, South Korea. Some 2,000 representatives of governments, multilateral organizations, civil society networks, parliaments, academics, private sector representatives and others will meet to take stock of the process of aid quality reform since 2003, and conclude the negotiations for a new agreement on the future of reform of development cooperation.