There have been important shifts in the international development landscape over recent years. A range of non-DAC providers of development co-operation - including emerging economies, private philanthropies, and sector-specific funds - have rapidly increased support to developing countries. To encourage co-ordination and understanding, the DAC issued a statement welcoming non-DAC partners to engage in a mutual learning dialogue.
» Read the full statement in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Spanish
DAC Global Relations Strategy
The DAC issued a global relations strategy (November 2011) welcoming non-DAC countries and organisations to engage in a dialogue of mutual learning.
» Download the DAC Global Relations Strategy summary l full version in English / in French)
An open invitation to key partners
An open invitation is extended to OECD members who are not DAC members. Most already participate in the DAC's work on a daily basis.
» Consult a list of OECD members
» Consult a list of DAC members
Partners that have enhanced engagement with the OECD (Brazil, China, India, Indonesia and South Africa)or that are acceding to OECD membership (Russia) are invited to the DAC's annual Senior- and High-Level Meetings.
Support to global dialogue initiatives
As part of our work on promoting partnerships for development, our Open Doors programme supports global dialogue initiatives, including
- The International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding: since 2008, it has worked to establish international objectives for peacebuilding and statebuilding in countries affected by conflict and fragility. The first such dialogue that gives fragile states a voice, it defines realistic objectives, sets the agenda for international support for peacebuilding and statebuilding, and helps ensure that the money that goes into fragile states meets specific needs.
- OECD Global Forum on Development: Focus on domestic resource mobilisation
Dialogue on specific countries
Dialogue with specific countries includes:
Dialogue on specific topics
Topical dialogue events have focused on:
In February 2010 in Moscow, discussions centered around new partnerships in international development finance.
We have also collected evidence on the common ground between the principles of different traditions of development co-operation. (pdf 386 kB)
DAC Global Relations
Tracking trends beyond the DAC
Strengthening aid management beyond the DAC