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HLF-4: SHARED PRINCIPLES AND DIFFERENTIATED COMMITMENTS. Building Blocks. WP-EFF MANDATE. By June 2012, WP-EFF to agree on: “light working arrangements ” for the Global Partnership on Effective Development Co-operation (art 36b)

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Hlf 4 shared principles and differentiated commitments

HLF-4: SHARED PRINCIPLES AND DIFFERENTIATED COMMITMENTS


Hlf 4 shared principles and differentiated commitments

Building Blocks


Wp eff mandate

WP-EFF MANDATE

By June 2012, WP-EFF to agree on:

  • “light working arrangements” for the Global Partnership on Effective Development Co-operation (art 36b)

  • global-level indicators and process for monitoring Busan agreement (art 35b)

    WP-EFF to be prepared by the Post Busan Interim Group (PBIG)


Timeline

TIMELINE

Initial consultation

Elaboration detailed proposal

Finalisation and operational details

WP-EFF web based community space

https://community.oecd.org/community/aideffectiveness [email protected]


Monitoring framework

Monitoring framework:

COUNTRY LEVEL FRAMEWORKS

Own indicators and targets

Lead by the country

Results made public

+

INTERNATIONAL LEVEL FRAMEWORK

Selective indicators and targets drawing on a set of core country level indicators

Monitor progress on a rolling basis

Managed by the Global Partnership


Update on global monitoring

Update on Global Monitoring

  • Indicators around 7 topics

    • Results- Inclusive ownership & partnership

    • Transparency- predictability -accountability

    • Gender- CD & country systems

  • Proposition to be made by a group chaired by Rwanda and UK in these days

    • g7+, Honduras, WB, UNDG, Nepad, BA, Bangladesh, Germany and Canada

  • Proposed criteria to guide the development of global indicator was approved


Hlf 4 shared principles and differentiated commitments

Building Blocks


Questions to address

Questions to address

  • Which Building Blocs are most relevant (1-5)

  • How should we engage?

    • Global but also in-country

    • Country list

    • Support (research, drafting positions)

    • How do we relate/use the CSO platform

  • Who is volunteering/leading for bb

  • On-line support groups for building blocs

    • Reacting to documents

  • Oversight group (online + Paris)


Cso platform

CSO platform

  • 15 sub-regions + 6 regions

  • Sectors: labour, women, faith based, rural folk, indigenous, youth, INGOs, …

  • 7 TU representatives

  • Specific action plan for ITUC (integrated/separated?)

  • How to engage

    • Regional/sub-regional level

    • International level

      • How important should this be for us


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