The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development promotes decentralised cooperation to harmonise and strengthen progress towards more equitable territorial development. Andalucía is a region that fosters territorial cohesion and is strongly committed to international solidarity and cooperation. The region's model of development cooperation has demonstrated great capacity to mobilise institutions and knowledge, as well as local and regional experiences through long-term partnerships. The model serves as catalyst to address rising inequalities. But challenges remain. How does the 2030 Agenda present an opportunity to address shortcomings still inherent in development cooperation models and to what extent do these findings apply to the model of decentralised cooperation?
The role of decentralised cooperation to address rising inequalities
Reducing inequalities: a catalyst for economic growth, poverty reduction, and ensuring that no one is left behind
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
10:00 to 11:15