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European Union Mechanisms that Promote Policy Coherence for Development (Studies in European Development Co-Operation Evaluation)
Studies in European Development
June 30, 2006
by Aksant Academic Publishers
Written in English
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The European Union has repeatedly committed itself to increase the coherence of its external action, with Policy Coherence for Development being singled out as one of the most prominent cases. Better Policies for Sustainable Development A New Framework for Policy Coherence Oecd Organisation For Economic Co-Operation And Development This report introduces the Framework for Policy Coherence for Sustainable Development (PCSD) - a screening tool that aims to support governments in designing and implementing coherent policies.
Table of Contents. 1. Mission Impossible: The European Union and Policy Coherence for Development Maurizio Carbone EU and the Global Development Agenda Martin Holland d Coherence: Negotiating Economic Partnership Agreements Ole Elgström and Jess Pilegaard European Union’s Common Agricultural Policy and Developing Countries: The Struggle for Coherence . In the s, a shared conviction emerged among aid donors that their policies should be more coherent. The drive towards increased policy coherence came as a response to a state of policy incoherence. The shifting grounds of policy coherence in development co .
This article focuses on the horizontal coherence between EU trade and foreign policy, from the perspective of EU trade instruments. Drawing from different strands of literature, it puts forward the argument that synergetic coherence between the trade and foreign policy spheres of the EU is not likely to be realised due to the constraining impact of institutional-ideational factors within the. Policy Coherence for Sustainable Development - Towards Sustainable and Resilient Societies | coll. | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.
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Evaluation of the EU Institutions & Member States‘ Mechanisms for Promoting Policy Coherence for Development This evaluation study provides an in-depth look at the efforts to promote intra-governmental policy coherence for development that were made by the European Member States and Institutions since the late s.
This article discusses the trajectory of policy coherence for development (PCD) in the European Union (EU). In particular, it argues that the strong focus on institutional mechanisms, conceived as a way of overcoming different types of resistance, has had the effect that results achieved have by no means been commensurate with the expectations.
Get this from a library. EU mechanisms that promote policy coherence for development: a scoping study. [European Centre for Development Policy Management.; Instituto Complutense de Estudios Internacionales (Madrid, Spain);].
This article discusses the trajectory of policy coherence for development (PCD) in the European Union (EU). In particular, it argues that the strong focus on institutional mechanisms, conceived as a way of overcoming different types of resistance, has had the effect that results achieved have by no means been commensurate with the expectations raised by the various reforms launched over the by: The European Union and policy coherence for development.
The European Union has translated this idea into a legal commitment as most recently stated in the Treaty of Lisbon in and has highlighted the concept in political declarations and communications, including the position on the post agenda ‘A decent life for all’.The OECD expressed political will to ensure PCD as noted its.
The new European Consensus on Development recognises Policy Coherence for Development as a key tool to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
To ensure better alignment with the new political framework, this report is structured around the five Ps of the Agenda (People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace, Partnership).
Over the years, the EU has gradually strengthened its work on procedures, instruments and mechanisms to promote and enhance policy coherence for development. Important progress was made in with the revision of the Commission Impact Assessment guidelines as part of the Better Regulation Package.
on Policy Coherence for Sustainable Development Since the early s, the OECD has been at the forefront of international efforts to promote policy coherence for development (PCD). The OECD has a strong track record in monitoring policy coherence efforts in its Member countries through peer reviews.
While PCD has traditionally been. OECD’s work on Policy Coherence for Sustainable Development and the need for a standard on Policy Coherence for Sustainable Development Since the early s, the OECD has been at the forefront of international efforts to promote policy coherence for development (PCD).
The OECD has a strong track record in monitoring policy. been established to promote the inclusion of development issues in all EU policies. The European Union and Policy Coherence for Development: high on mechanisms, low on achievements 'The European Union and Policy Coherence for Development: high on mechanisms.
PoLICy CoherenCe For DeveLoPment – Lesson LeArneD the European Union (EU), the Netherlands and Sweden into place the necessary policy co-ordination mechanisms. The OECD Recommendation on Policy Coherence for Sustainable Development PCSD) provides comprehensive standard to help countries equip policy-makers and key stakeholders with the necessary institutional mechanisms and policy tools to enhance PCSD, address integrated economic, social and environmental goals, and accelerate progress towards the SDGs.
recalling the European Union’s commitment to taking measures to encourage policy coherence for development, in accordance with the conclusions of the European Council in (2), C.
whereas there is a difference between consistency among policies (avoiding contradictions among. This Discussion Paper analyses the present state of play in the European Union’s efforts to promote the coherence of its policies with development objectives, with a particular focus on the attempts to strengthen result orientation.
The introductory chapter has been adapted from Keijzer, N., Mackie J. and Gavas, M. () ‘Promoting EU. Transitioning from the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to a universal sustainable development framework calls for updating current approaches to promote policy coherence for development (PCD), and making sure that existing institutional mechanisms are “fit for purpose” for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Policy coherence for development and migration: A literature review. During the last fifteen years, the literature on PCD has emerged as this policy concept has moved to the center of international development agendas (Siitonen, ).PCD began as a policy tool aimed at improving the efficiency and effectiveness of development strategies.
Policy Coherence for Development (PCD), that being all government departments and policies should act coherently to comply with, and contribute to, the goal of an equitable and sustainable global development.
As far back asthe Maastricht Treaty on the European Union (EU) stated, in article. Policy Coherence for Development The European Union’s Development cooperation is a powerful tool in supporting developing countries’ efforts towards poverty reduction.
However, development cooperation alone is not enough to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
Many policies other than development cooperation have a profound. Policy Coherence for Development in the European Union 3 Downloaded by [University of East Anglia Library] at 14 January image IA took in practice and how this was shaped by implementation.
Abstract. Policy coherence for development (PCD) has guided the actions of the European Union (EU) and its institutions for over two decades.
As both a legal obligation enshrined in the Lisbon Treaty () and a policy priority reinforced in the New European Consensus on Development (), PCD requires the EU to take into account the development effects of its non-development policies.
It highlights efforts to mobilize institutions around the SDGs, improve their functioning, and promote horizontal and vertical coherence. The guidance note includes information on how responsibility is allocated amongst various levels of Government for coherent implementation and review of .1.
Policy coherence in general, and by extension, policy coherence for development, are easier to ensure in the policy-making processes in the European Commission than in the EU Council.
The main reason is that decisions are ultimately taken by the Commission as a whole, thereby. In recent years policy coherence for development (PCD) has become a key principle in international development debates, and it is likely to become even more relevant in the discussions on the post sustainable development goals.
This article addresses the rise of PCD on the Western donors’ aid agendas. Although the concept had already appeared in the work of the Organisation for .