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BRICS partnership: a case of South- South cooperation? Exploring the roles of South Africa and Africa
C. Moore / Institute for Global Dialogue, South Africa, 2013
The BRICS partnership is developing rapidly. Current global events, such as the economic crisis in the advanced industrialised economies, and hand-wringing over the crisis in Syria, have brought the group, and its individual members, ...
South Africa in the transitioning multilateral development cooperation landscape
A.M. Pillay / Institute for Global Dialogue, South Africa, 2014
Between 2006 and 2010, South Africa received an estimated R 200 million (US$ 22 million) from various Western governments and agencies through the United Nations Development Fund (UNDP). Yet about one fifth of the total sum of this De...
South Africa and opportunities for trilateral development cooperation
S. Walaza / Institute for Global Dialogue, South Africa, 2014
International development cooperation has traditionally been channeled from the geo-political North to the South, but developments in South-South cooperation and the appreciation of shared developmental experiences among developing co...
Africa and South-South development partnerships
Institute for Global Dialogue, South Africa, 2013
The emergence of new economic powers in Asia, Latin America and Africa has been accompanied by an upsurge in cooperation among developing countries, breathing new life and significance into the concept of South-South cooperation. In a...
Brazil and Africa: cooperation for endogenous development?
S. Zondi / Institute for Global Dialogue, South Africa, 2013
Hardly a year since the first BRICS Summit hosted in Africa, Brazil has announced bold plans to emasculate its development cooperation with Africa, with a strong focus on debt write-off, targeted aid in productive areas of the economy...
South Africa and SADC: options for constructive regional leadership
F. Nganje / Institute for Global Dialogue, South Africa, 2014
Notwithstanding its economic and political dominance in southern Africa, South Africa is bound to the region in a relationship of interdependence. Pretoria’s leadership in efforts to create a regional community where human devel...
Reasonable goals for reducing poverty in Africa: targets for the post-2015 MDGs and Agenda 2063
S. Turner; J. Cilliers; B. Hughes / Institute for Security Studies, 2015
The eradication of extreme poverty is a key component in the post-2015 Millennium Development Goals process and the African Union’s Agenda 2063. This paper uses the International Futures forecasting system to explore this goal a...
Innovation spaces: transforming humanitarian practice in the United Nations
L. Bloom; R. Faulkner / Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford, 2015
Since 2009 there has been a growing interest in defining and operationalising innovation for use in the humanitarian context. The increase in scale of new crises, the urbanisation of many displaced populations, and stretched financing...
A rapid desk study: Afghanistan – current status and future prospects for the construction sector
T. Ghiorghis / Evidence on Demand, 2014
The construction sector in Afghanistan has been one of the main beneficiaries of the huge investment made on civilian and military projects in the last decade by the international community. During this period, many military bases wer...
Australia’s policy priorities in a global era
M. Beeson / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2015
Australian policymakers face competing economic and strategic priorities. Increasingly, Australia’s economic future is closely tied to relations with its East Asian neighbours. However, at a regional level it has simultaneously ...
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BRICS partnership: a case of South- South cooperation? Exploring the roles of South Africa and Africa
C. Moore / Institute for Global Dialogue, South Africa, 2013
The BRICS partnership is developing rapidly. Current global events, such as the economic crisis in the advanced industrialised economies, and hand-wringing over the crisis in Syria, have brought the group, and its individual members, ...
South Africa in the transitioning multilateral development cooperation landscape
A.M. Pillay / Institute for Global Dialogue, South Africa, 2014
Between 2006 and 2010, South Africa received an estimated R 200 million (US$ 22 million) from various Western governments and agencies through the United Nations Development Fund (UNDP). Yet about one fifth of the total sum of this De...
South Africa and opportunities for trilateral development cooperation
S. Walaza / Institute for Global Dialogue, South Africa, 2014
International development cooperation has traditionally been channeled from the geo-political North to the South, but developments in South-South cooperation and the appreciation of shared developmental experiences among developing co...
Africa and South-South development partnerships
Institute for Global Dialogue, South Africa, 2013
The emergence of new economic powers in Asia, Latin America and Africa has been accompanied by an upsurge in cooperation among developing countries, breathing new life and significance into the concept of South-South cooperation. In a...
Brazil and Africa: cooperation for endogenous development?
S. Zondi / Institute for Global Dialogue, South Africa, 2013
Hardly a year since the first BRICS Summit hosted in Africa, Brazil has announced bold plans to emasculate its development cooperation with Africa, with a strong focus on debt write-off, targeted aid in productive areas of the economy...
South Africa and SADC: options for constructive regional leadership
F. Nganje / Institute for Global Dialogue, South Africa, 2014
Notwithstanding its economic and political dominance in southern Africa, South Africa is bound to the region in a relationship of interdependence. Pretoria’s leadership in efforts to create a regional community where human devel...
Reasonable goals for reducing poverty in Africa: targets for the post-2015 MDGs and Agenda 2063
S. Turner; J. Cilliers; B. Hughes / Institute for Security Studies, 2015
The eradication of extreme poverty is a key component in the post-2015 Millennium Development Goals process and the African Union’s Agenda 2063. This paper uses the International Futures forecasting system to explore this goal a...
Innovation spaces: transforming humanitarian practice in the United Nations
L. Bloom; R. Faulkner / Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford, 2015
Since 2009 there has been a growing interest in defining and operationalising innovation for use in the humanitarian context. The increase in scale of new crises, the urbanisation of many displaced populations, and stretched financing...
A rapid desk study: Afghanistan – current status and future prospects for the construction sector
T. Ghiorghis / Evidence on Demand, 2014
The construction sector in Afghanistan has been one of the main beneficiaries of the huge investment made on civilian and military projects in the last decade by the international community. During this period, many military bases wer...
Australia’s policy priorities in a global era
M. Beeson / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2015
Australian policymakers face competing economic and strategic priorities. Increasingly, Australia’s economic future is closely tied to relations with its East Asian neighbours. However, at a regional level it has simultaneously ...
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World Centre for Sustainable Development (RIO+ Centre)
The World Centre for Sustainable Development (RIO+ Centre) was established as a legacy of the Rio+20 Conference to keep the commitment to inclusive and sustainable development alive. The RIO+ Centre works with governments, civil society and the private sector to inspire and inform policies and practices that lead to greater social, environmental and economic justice. As a global centre based in th...
Australian Council for International Development (ACFID)
The Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) unites Australia’s non-government aid and international development organisations to strengthen their collective impact against poverty.
Development Ideas
Development Ideas is a space for thinkers and practitioners to learn, share and debate about international development—its origins, how it has changed and spread over time, and how it may evolve. The group have published an essential reference book for scholars, graduate students, practitioners and policy-makers: International Development: Ideas, Experience and Prospects  in...
Sustainable Development 2015 (SD2015)
The Sustainable Development 2015 website provides the latest news, information and expert analysis around the global decision-making process to define a new set of global goals to eradicate poverty through sustainable development, known as the post-2015 development agenda. The website forms part of a wider multi-stakeholder engagement programme run by Stakeholder Forum and CIVICUS, in c...
Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA)
Think Tank aiming to promote India's relations with other countries through study, research, discussions, lectures, exchange of ideas and information with other organisations within and outside India engaged in similar activities.
International Development Policy
International Development Policy is a peer-reviewed e-journal that promotes cutting-edge research and policy debates on global development. It publishes original contributions by researchers and reflective practitioners from developing, emerging and advanced economies. PolDev engages scholars and policymakers to analyze and debate development policies at the strategic, institutional and discursive...
Development bank of Latin America
Jubilee South Asia Pacific Movement on Debt and Development (JSAPMDD)
Jubilee South Asia Pacific Movement on Debt and Development (JSAPMDD) is a regional alliance of peoples’ movements, community organisations, coalitions, NGOs and networks.
United Nations High-level Panel on Global Sustainability (GSP)
On 9 August 2010, the Secretary-General launched the High-level Panel on Global Sustainability (GSP) that brings together renowned world figures to formulate a new blueprint for a sustainable future on a planet under increasing stress resulting from human activities. Recognizing that climate change, water scarcity, loss of biodiversity, the destruction of ecosystems and shifting demogra...
Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN)
The Asia-Pacific Network for Global Change Research (APN) is a network of 22 member country governments that promotes global change research in the region, increases developing country involvement in that research, and strengthens interactions between the science community and policy-makers.
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