Published October 30, 2005
by OECD .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||105|
Policy Coherence for Development: Promoting Institutional Good Practice sets out the latest thinking on institutional approaches to help governments achieve policy coherence in support of. Policy Coherence for Development Promoting Institutional Good Practice. DOI: This book presents the latest thinking to help governments achieve policy coherence in support of development. It provides a synthesis of lessons learned from peer reviews, specific case studies, and recent workshops. Get this from a library! Policy coherence for development: promoting institutional good practice.. [Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.;]. Background Information. The Recommendation of the Council on Good Institutional Practices in Promoting Policy Coherence for Development was adopted by the OECD Council on 29 April The Recommendation was revised by the Council on 11 December on the proposal of the Development Assistance. Committee (DAC) and the Public Governance Committee (PGC).
This book presents the latest thinking to help governments achieve policy coherence in support of development. It provides a synthesis of lessons learned from peer reviews, specific case studies, and recent workshops. Good institutional practices in promoting policy coherence for sustainable development. Building Block Description. Political Commitment. Italy’s National Sustainable Development Strategy (NSDS) was approved in with policy coherence for sustainable development as one of the main pillars of the “external dimension”. Achieving Policy Coherence for Development through a Whole of Government Approach effective policy making, it is more than just a ‘good thing’ to do. Since the signing of the Lisbon Treaty in provides an administrative and institutional support mechanism for promoting . Policy Coherence for Development: Promoting Institutional Good Practice. Online Bookshop This publication sets out the key lessons learned from a process launched in aimed at drawing lessons from peer reviews. It focuses on how OECD DAC governments organise themselves to respond to the challenge of policy coherence for development.
•PolicyCoherenceforDevelopment:PromotingInstitutionalGoodPractice •AgricultureandDevelopment:TheCaseforPolicyCoherence •Migration,RemittancesandDevelopment •Miracle,CrisisandBeyond:ASynthesisofPolicyCoherenceTowardsEastAsia. Ernesto Soria Morales and Carina Lindberg, Policy Coherence for Development Unit, Ofﬁ ce of the Secretary-General, OECD. Introduction Policy coherence for sustainable development (PCSD) is an integral part of the means of implementation for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). SDG target calls on all countries to enhance PCSD. Policy Coherence for Development aims to prevent negative side effects across policies and promote positive synergies to the benefit of development policies and objectives. As the world’s largest donor, the EU has promoted Policy Coherence for Development ever since the Treaty of Maastricht. Short guest article published on the website of IISD on 18 April , summarising the CEPA paper Louis wrote on policy and institutional coherence, with 10 recommendations, clustered in three groups. Principles for better coherence 1. Promote policy coherence always in synergy with promoting institutional coherence.