Alliance Sud on development cooperation and development policies of Swizerland.
The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC in the autumn: management exodus, destabilization of staff, messed up communication. Three points to help understand these developments. ...>>
The coming years will bring hearty fare – in terms of domestic policy, foreign policy, and global domestic policy. Without greater efforts, the menu will be hard to digest. ...>>
The basic parameters of the future development agenda were laid out at the autumn session of the UN General Assembly. The roadmap was presented and initial answers given as to where the global journey should be taking us from 2015 on. The train to genuine sustainability could soon jump the tracks. ...>>
Win-win – everyone benefits. That is the promise held out by the closing of ranks between State and private sector. Alliance Sud looks at the stumbling blocks. ...>>
The UN has launched an extensive worldwide discussion on the new development agenda that is to succeed the Millennium Development Goals in 2015. Jens Martens, long-time observer of international development and environmental policy, cautions in an interview against consultation overkill and calls on NGOs to develop alternatives that go beyond what is currently politically feasible. ...>>