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International development cooperation: Options for the creation of SADPA was a half-day roundtable hosted by the IGD which formed part of the Institute’s development policy research within the ongoing Foreign Policy Analysis programme. The roundtable was generously sponsored by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES). Dr Sven Grimm of the Centre for Chinese Studies at the University of Stellenbosch discussed the emerging donor dynamic in development aid, specifically noting how south-south cooperation was impacting the field. Ms Elizabeth Sidiropoulos of the South African Institute for International Affairs noted and addressed the key trends in international development cooperation, while Ms Lyndsey Duff of the Institute for Global Dialogue looked specifically at options for the creation of the South African Development Partnership Agency.
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