Policy Coherence for Development

Agenda of the 8 June 2009 meeting of Focal points for Policy Coherence for Development

 

10.00-10.15  Welcome and Opening remarks

 

Mr. Mario Amano, Deputy Secretary-General

Mr. Eckhard Deutscher, Chair, Development Assistance Committee

 

10.15-12.15 High-level panel: Mobilizing efforts for development -  looking beyond aid


Key note speaker : Ms. Dambisa Moyo, Economist, author of “Dead Aid”

 

Panelists :

Mr. Torgny Holmgren, Deputy Director General, Department for Development Policy, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden
Mr. Richard Jones, Deputy Executive Director, International Energy Agency
Ms. Kumi Kitamori, Counsellor, Environment Directorate, OECD
Ms. Brenda Killen, Head, Aid Effectiveness Division, OECD
Mr. Pierre Poret, Head, Investment Division, OECD
Ms. Karin Christiansen, Director, Publish What You Fund


Moderator :
Mr. David Batt, Director, Africa Partnership Forum Support Unit

 

12.15–13.00 Session 1 : Monitoring progress in policy coherence


Presentation of the initial findings of the upcoming EU PCD report 2009


Ms. Françoise Moreau, Head, Forward looking studies and Policy Coherence Unit, European Commission

 

Comment:

Ms. Raili Lahnalampi, Advisor for Policy Coherence for Development, OECD

 


14.30-16.00:Session 2 - Assessing Policy Coherence for Development


Presentation of a draft framework and methodology for PCD


Mr. Nick Bozeat, policy analyst, Director, GHK Consulting


Comment:
Mr. Alan Matthews, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland


Discussion

 


16.15-17.00: Session 3: Learning from each other 


Assessing policy coherence for development in Spain: methodological, economic and institutional challenges


Ms. Iliana Olivié
, Senior Analyst, International Cooperation and Development, Elcano Royal Institute


The use of modelling in assessing impact on development

 

Mr. Kenneth Ruffing, Coordinator, African Economic Outlook,OECD Development Centre
Discussion

 

17.00-18.00  Session 4: Ongoing work on PCD


Internet access for development


Ms. Karine Perset, Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry, OECD


Non-tariff measures – opportunities and constraints for developing countries?


Mr. Frank van Tongeren, Head, Division of Policies and Trade in Agriculture, Trade and Agriculture Directorate, OECD


18.00 Closing


 

 

 

 

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