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Regional Forum On CSO Governance Post-Busan Challenges On CSO Development Effectiveness Work at a Regional Level December 14, 2011 Borithy LUN Executive Director . Vision: A strong and capable civil society, cooperating and responsive to Cambodia’s development challenges.
Post-Busan Challenges On CSO Development Effectiveness Work at a Regional Level
December 14, 2011
Vision:A strong and capable civil society, cooperating and responsive to Cambodia’s development challenges
Host of the 2nd Global Assembly for CSO Development Effectiveness – Siem Reap 28-30 June 2011
Fully evaluate and deepen the Paris and Accra commitments;
Strengthen development effectiveness through practices based on human rights standards;
Support CSOs as independent development actors in their own right, and commit to an enabling environment for their work in all countries;
Promote equitable and just development cooperation architecture.
INCLUSION of CSO voice in negotiation, processes and space at HLF4 and in future Global Partnership Architecture (PD: 0 ACCRA: 70 BUSAN: 300)
The outcome theme should reflect development and not aid effectiveness. ACCEPTED AND INCORPORATED
Istanbul Principles and Siem Reap Consensus – ACKNOWLEDGED AND RECOGNISED (in key speeches and in final HLF4 documents)
Democratic Ownership language used more prominently
Rights-based approach – UNCLEAR HOW THIS WILL CONTEXTUALIZE
New actors (BRICs) and Private Sector COMING ON BOARD WITH UNCLEAR TERMS (Voluntary and without social indicators)
Minimum Standards on CSO Enabling environment IN BUT VAGUE AND NOT ENFORCEABLE.
South -South Cooperation (AMONG WHO? HOW TO and by When? Rules of Engagement unclear)
Unfinished businesses from ACCRA not fully addressed
No explicit commitments to adopt human-rights based approaches.
No adequate attention to women’s rights, the right to development and environmental justice.
No clear indicators to validate commitments/progress
Loose agreements reached attributes a strong role to the for-profit private sector, but without a comprehensive vision and policy framework to hold business to account against development effectiveness principles.
Unfinished business, indicators, and new architecture to be addressed by June 2012 (RELATIVELY SHORT)
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) tasked to assist the set up of the new Global Partnership (HOW BUREAUCRATIC, COSTLY AND CUMBERSOME WILL IT BE?)