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CfA: European Consultations on CSO Development Effectiveness, SKOPJE Options
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#1 Posted : Tuesday, June 19, 2012 12:27:31 PM
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After the Fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectivness in Busan (North Korea), the CSOs are preparing further steps to influence the process towards the establishment of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation and reflect on the best way for the CSO community to organize itself to face the new challenges. At the meeting, participants agreed to task a group of CSO representatives (G-13) drawn from all participating regions and sectors with the caretaking of a process intended to explore different organizational arrangements. Following the meeting of the governance bodies of BetterAid and Open Forum (BACG and GFG) in Cebu (the Philippines) in February to deepen the understanding of the organizational challenges, the two structures decided to merge. The meeting endorsed the “Cebu Consensus ” that enshrines the values, the objectives and the organizational principles of a new Civil Society Partnership for Effective Development (CPED ). Afterwards the regional and sectorial consultations will be held to give inputs to the new CPED structure. CONCORD in cooperation with BCSDN and Civic Initiative will organize the European Consultation which will include representatives from all European Countries. The event will take place n Belgrade, on the 3rd and 4th July, 2012. For more information you can download the registration form and for contact Aude.LALLEMAND@concordeurope.org.

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