Join us as we build the future of international cooperation together: Global Public Investment
International cooperation has never been more needed, but the current system of “aid” is outdated and ineffective. How does it need to change? What could a better system look like?
The Expert Working Group on Global Public Investment would like to invite you to the launch of a Global Consultation, which will run from July to October 2021. At the launch we will present our Progress Report and you will hear more about our latest thinking on GPI and how to engage. We are proud that our consultation methodology has been carefully based on research into best practice.
View the Flyer Here, with list of some of the great speakers including:
HELEN CLARK, LOYCE PACE, BARD VEGAR SOLHJELL, JAYATI GHOSH, JEAN-PAUL ADAM, PASCALE ALLOTEY, SOLANGE BAPTISTE, CLARA BOSCO, ANDREA VIGNOLO, ALICIA ELY YAMIN, ANDREA ORDOÑEZ, DAPO OYEWOLE.
The concept of Global Public Investment (GPI) is being co-created as a means of collectively financing sustainable development and securing global public goods. It provides a way for all countries to benefit from, jointly manage and contribute to public funding for global objectives: all benefit, all decide, all contribute. www.globalpublicinvestment.org
Three events will be held for different time zones, including one in Spanish.
- 20 July 2021: Americas, Africa & Europe10am NY, 3pm London, 5pm Kampala
- 28 July 2021: Asia, Africa & Europe10am Amsterdam, 1:30pm Delhi, 5pm Seoul (9am Ireland)
- 28 July 2021: Latin America& Caribbean (in Spanish) 9am Bogotá, 11am Montevideo, 3pm Madrid
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The Global Consultation is being managed by Equal International, the Secretariat to the Expert Working Group on Global Public Investment. Equal is a niche consultancy group that provides high quality global development expertise. We focus on supporting thought leadership, strategy development, implementation support, research, monitoring, evaluation and learning to influence the development of inclusive policies and programmes. www.equalinternational.org