New Asian Approaches to Development Cooperation

April 17, 2013

In recent years, Asian countries have emerged as game changers in the development assistance arena, challenging traditional notions of aid, reshaping global aid architecture, and placing new challenges on the global development agenda. On April 23, The Asia Foundation’s Washington, D.C., office will bring together senior government officials and policy specialists from China, India, Indonesia, and South Korea for a high-level panel discussion on Asian approaches to development cooperation, post-2015 challenges, and the importance of emerging donors to future policy-making. After leaving Washington, D.C., the panelists will travel to New York City to participate in discussions at the UN Secretariat. The Asian Approaches to Development Cooperation (AADC) dialogue series is a partnership between The Asia Foundation and the Korea Development Institute (KDI). This program in Washington, D.C., is organized by The Asia Foundation and USAID, with additional support from UNDP and AusAID.

Read more about the event in Washington, D.C., and visit The Asia Foundation’s website to watch a live webcast of the discussion starting at 9 a.m. EST.

Asian Approaches to Development Cooperation

3 comments on this post:

  1. admin:

    And if you can’t make the live stream, the archive will be available on The Asia Foundation’s site a few days after the event is over.

  2. admin:

    Kearrin: Yes, this event will be streamed live on April 23 at 9 am EST. Please visit The Asia Foundation’s website on the day of the event where you will find a link. Thanks!

  3. Kearrin:

    Will this event be recorded for those of us who are not able to stream it live?

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