The impressive growth of south-south and triangular cooperation and also the struggle of climate change international summits at negotiation and institutional level, establishes a clear need to create an international structure that performs beyond the rigidity of north-south cooperation. Initiatives of Iberoamerica and Asia have shown that SSC may succeed out of the framework of the current international structure assuring their permanence and stability. The summit: High Level Forum in Aid Effectiveness (HLF4) in Busan( 2011) has agreed that the prevailing development model has not achieved equitable growth and broad-based social progress. That is also another reason that led us to conclude of the urgent need of a democratization of the current development models as the “touchstone” that “opens the gate” for new modalities of development where aid effectiveness is not linked to political conditionality. There is a consensus among traditional donors and new development partners alike are that of country ownership, recognizing that development priorities and programs need to be driven by the recipients themselves.
Published by Mar Introini
Lawyer, Facilitator, Political Analyst, Expert on Development Cooperation,Expert on Humanitarian Aid, Expert on Migrations, Asylum and Refugees, Postgraduate course on Mediation, High Studies on Public Administration Management, Specialization course on Investments for the New Economies, Magister in Marketing and Sales Management. World Bank courses on: Policies for Growth, Parliaments and Climate change, Kyoto Protocol, Exploring Topics in Development, Evaluating the impact of Recession and government responses, Frontiers in Development policy, Economics on Climate-Resilient Development, Engaging Citizens: A Game Changer for Development,Trainer on Sphere Project. The Age of Sustainability (Univ. Columbia), European culture and politics (Univ. Groningen.),Understanding Europe: Why it matters and what if can offer you.(HEC Paris), Global Diplomacy (SOAS) Moral Foundations of Politics (Yale Univ.) International Affairs: Globalisation(The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies Geneva)