Workshop: A Future for Aid Data
A workshop took place on 31 October - 01 November 2011 at which the results of this DFID funded research were presented. The research project investigated the incentives and disincentives for non traditional donors to adhere to International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) standards, and what challenges and opportunities such non traditional donors bring to the IATI. On the basis of the findings of the research, an approach is proposed for south-south cooperation in data categorization that has the potential to complement ongoing IATI categorizations. Others researching and advocating greater transparency and consistency in aid data presented on their current work. The purpose was to stimulate lively discussion on policy options, in the run-up to the Busan high level forum on aid effectiveness in December.
Organisers - Michael Hubbard and Pranay Sinha
Reports for disscusion:
A Non DAC Donor Case Study: India’s Lines of Credit (LOC) Programme
View the Workshop videos
31 October 2011
01 November 2011