Civil Society analysis of Busan Partnership released ahead of 2nd meeting of Interim Group

Civil society has released its consolidated analysis of the Busan Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation framed on the four CSO Key Messages and Proposals to the 4th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness in Busan (also known as the CSO Key Asks).

The civil society analysis of the Busan Partnership is available in EnglishSpanishFrench

The civil society analysis of the Busan Partnership becomes available just 1 day prior to the 2nd meeting of the multi-stakeholder body tasked to define the new global development governance and monitoring post Busan, known as the Post Busan Interim Group (PBIG), where civil society is represented by BetterAid co-chairs Antonio Tujan and Mayra Moro-Coco.

The 2nd PBIG meeting is taking place on Wednesday the 4th of April and Thursday the 5th of April in Paris, France. Whereas the 1st PBIG meeting in February 2012 set the ground for the consensus building – to be completed by June 2012 – the objectives of the 2nd meeting are to agree on:

  • The broad concept for the governance structure of the global partnership;
  • The overall approach for global monitoring;
  • An initial shortlist of Busan commitments that should be translated into concrete proposals for global indicators and targets for discussion at the next meeting

Backed by input from CSOs globally, BetterAid has now made the civil society submissions:

Like last time, the 2nd PBIG meeting will be broadcast live on OECD TV.

To watch the meeting live:

To watch after the meeting “on demand”:

4th April:

5th April:

If prompted for a password, please use: GlobalPartnership040412 (case sensitive).

Consult more PBIG background documentation including the report from the 1st meeting here.




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