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  1. Deliveringresults for PCD? Danish experiences Presentation 11.11.11 26 April 2012

  2. Content • The basic challenges • Background: Danish process • Report and implementation model • Discussion

  3. The Challenge • Translating commitments into practice! “PCD is not just another ingredient of the alphabet soup, but all about making our development efforts more effective, transparent and inclusive” Christian Friis Bach, Danish Minister of Development Cooperation

  4. The Challenge • A principal shift in approach: • Institutions: • PCD is political - not a technocratic issue • Out of administration’s corridors to the political area • Politicians: • Government: Formulate strategic visions • Development minister and spokespersons – not (only) aid • CSOs: • Work across sectors: from charity to real politics

  5. Danish process • 2010: Concord DK pushing (inspired by Spotlight report 2009) • 2010 summer: Mention in Development Strategy 2010 • 2011: OECD Peer review • Critique result in promise for Action plan • 2011 summer: Change of Government

  6. Danish process • PCD in Government bill and Presidency programme • Proposal for a new Development Law, objectives paragraph: ”It is acknowledged, that developing countries are not only affected by development policy efforts, but also by efforts in other policy areas” • State of play: No implementation plan

  7. Our report • Aims: • Propose a national implementation model • Input to international methodological debate • International steering group (OECD, University, DIIS, ACP, NGDO) • External experts • Concord DK secretariat: Danish model and political recommendations

  8. PCD checklist

  9. Building Blocks

  10. Visions – example food security • The Danish Government envisages a global agricultural system that incentives increased production in developing countries; minimizes trade distorting polices and harness a global shift towards more sustainable and climate-smart models of production. The Danish Government will work to advance the Right to Food and Rights-based Food policies.

  11. Political Objectives • A more development friendly CAP and EU agricultural trade policy • A more climate-smart global agricultural and trade system supporting developing countries efforts to adapt and mitigates climate change • Advancing rights-based food security policies at international and local level

  12. Operational objectives • Phase out all CAP export refunds unconditionally by 2014 and if not politically feasible at very least exempt the use of export refunds to vulnerable developing countries • Ensure that that the EU comply with the developing countries’ demands trade agreements to define, protect and promote their own agricultural policies in accordance with the food rights of their people • Implement preferential trade rules that enhance green agricultural technology transfers in the WTO and bilateral trade agreements with developing countries • Ensure binding commitments to sustainable and climate-smart agriculture at Rio 20+ and in post 2015-MDG agenda • Implement strong regulatory measures including in the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFiD) to limit extreme price volatility for agricultural commodities • Support local CSO advocacy efforts in developing partner countries for increased investment and rights-based Food policies targeted sustainable smallholder agriculture in developing partner countries

  13. Screening and parliamentary scrutiny

  14. Reporting • Biennial progress report: • Ongoing decisions • Results relating to vision objectives • Evidence from the field (through embassies) • Foreign Affairs Committee • (Government Cabinet)

  15. Discussion Thankyou! llg@concorddanmark.dk