Guidance and Good PracticeOn CSO Development effectiveness
and enabling environment
Developed as a tool for awareness raising, the Guidance aims to
contribute to a broader understanding of the commitments on the CSO
enabling environment and CSO development effectiveness. It explains
what the commitments entail, while indicating key areas of good
practice. A variety of examples from both the global and the country level
2016 GPEDC High Level Meeting Nairobi
Please find more information about HLM2 and the various events and outcomes by clicking on the resources below. For more information about HLM2 please see the website of the GPEDC.
For further news on the GPEDC, including progress in implementing the Nairobi Outcome Document, please see the GPEDC News & Events page.
Global Partnership Initiative 12
Global Partnership Initiatives (GPIs) are voluntary initiatives which aim to advance the effective development cooperation commitments under the auspices of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC). From 2014-2016, the Task Team led Global Partnership Initiative-12 (GPI-12):”CSO enabling environment framework and guidelines”. GPI-12 is referenced in the GPEDC’s Mexico Communiqué.
2015 European Development Days
The European Development Days 2015 (EDD2015) were held in Brussels on 3-4 June 2015. For the development sector, 2015 was a historic year as it was the closing year for the Millennium Development Goals. The EDD mobilized the development community around a new, more inclusive and united approach. Sustainability was at the heart of the dialogue, with an important emphasis placed on themes relating to climate change and disaster risks, renewable energy and sustainable consumption and production.
For more information on the European Development Days, including past editions, please see the EDD webpage.
2014 GPEDC High Level Meeting Mexico
The 1st High Level Meeting (HLM1) of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) was held in April 2014 in Mexico City. More than 1,500 development leaders participated to review progress in making development co-operation more effective, agree on actions to boost progress, and anchor effective development cooperation in the post-2015 agenda. The Task Team organized a focus session at HLM1.