Unit on Economic Cooperation and Integration Among Developing Countries

UNCTAD UNCTAD's Course on Key Issues on the International Economic Agenda for Permanent Missions in Geneva

Short courses for Permanent Missions in Geneva

South-South cooperation

Monday 6th, December 2010

                                                               Palais des Nations, Geneva (Room XXV)


The growing importance of South–South cooperation is providing a renewed momentum to efforts aimed at reshaping the international development agenda. The course will take a closer look at cooperation among developing countries to assess how far it has already advanced, whether it can help buttress developing economies against the crises and shocks that have accompanied an increasingly unregulated global economy, and how it might best contribute to building more stable development paths. It will also discuss the relation between South–South cooperation and traditional development cooperation and whether and how it can help shift the multilateral agenda in a more developmental direction.

Delivered by: Unit on Economic Cooperation and Integration among Developing Countries

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