The DAC Development Debates (DDD) are hosted by the OECD Development Assistance Committee. These meetings allow the DAC, the Development Co-operation Directorate (DCD) and the OECD at large to exchange ideas with top development thinkers and practitioners. A diversity of topics are discussed, in particular topics where DAC/DCD intends to do upcoming work. DDDs are structured as follows: a leading development thinker presents his/her ideas on a topic and a high level development practitioner makes some comments based on the presentation before the floor is opened for questions and discussion. DAC delegates as well as DCD, Development Centre and other OECD colleagues are invited to attend.
Upcoming DAC Development Debates:
Implementing the data revolution at the country level, 7 July 2015
PAST DAC Development Debates:
Effective Leadership in International Organizations, 30 June 2015
Rwanda's development success over the past two decades: Strategies for keeping up the pace and mobilising diverse sources of financing, 17 June 2015
On the way to Addis: Key financing initiatives and multilateral reforms for delivering the SDGs in light of the UNSDSN proposal for the Addis FfSD conference and the OECD DAC Multilateral Aid Report 2015, 3 June 2015