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Advancing South-South Cooperation
(Advancing South-South Cooperation)

Type Workshop
Venue Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Jakarta, Indonesia Date 2015-10-28 ~ 2015-10-29
Host KDI School; Asia Foundation; Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Organizer Asia Foundation; Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
Sponsor KDI School; Asia Foundation; Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Contact

Program schedule

Advancing South-South Cooperation:
Provider Perspectives

□ Introduction

 

Time Program
Day 1: Oct. 28(Wed)

Session 1: Opening Ceremony, Welcome, Introductions

Moderator: Sandra Hamid, Country Representative, The Asia Foundation, Indonesia

09:00-09:30

Welcome

Kim Taejong
Managing Director
Development Research and Learning Network
KDI School of Public Policy & Management
Korea Development Institute


Gordon Hein
Senior Vice President
The Asia Foundation


Rizal Sukma
Executive Director
CSIS Indonesia

Session 2: Defining SSC


Moderator: Anthea Mulakala, Director International Development Cooperation, The Asia Foundation


This session will discuss how and why SSC is not a Southern version of traditional aid. It will discuss new and alternate typologies such as the ‘development compact’ and the ‘ingredients’ approach which are shaping the future of SSC.

10:30-11:10

Indonesia’s SSC
Shafiah F. Muhibat
Senior Researcher
Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)


Title(TBD)
Dong-young Kim
Director
Global Economy Research Task Force
Korea Development Institute


Speaker 3(TBD)

11:10-11:30

Q&A / Discussion

Session 3: Partner Country Suggestions and Recommendations on the Future of SSC


Moderator:
This session will seek the views of partners countries engaged in SSC. What recommendations do they have for Asian providers? What are their sectoral priorities and how can Asian providers better address these?
What can Asian providers do to make resource management easier for partner countries?

11:30-12:10

The New Landscape of South-South Cooperation: Perspective of LDCs
Swarnim Wagle
Honorable Member, National Planning Commission
Government of Nepal


Promotion of South-South Cooperation and Cambodia’s Experience
Heng Chou
Adviser to the Government at the Council of Ministers
General Director of Cambodia Rehabilitation and Development Board (CRDB)

12:10-12:45

Q&A / Discussion

Session 4: Core Challenges: Asian Strategies for Addressing Global Priorities
Moderator:


The SDGs will be launched in September 2015, setting a new agenda for global development. This session will discuss which sectors Asia providers identify as priority and how they are addressing these through SSC.
It will reflect on the recent outcomes of the SDG summit and whether and how Asian providers share the SDG agenda.

14:00-15:00

Title(TBD)
Jambaldorj Tserendorj
Secretary
Council of International Cooperation Fund, Mongolia

Strengthen South-South Cooperation: China’s Concrete Support and the SDGs
Ni Jianjun
Deputy Director of Institute of World Economic Studies,
China Institute of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR)


Indonesia’s SSC Approach to Financial Inclusion
Pungky Sumadi
Expert Staff, PPN State Minister for Development Affairs and Commodity Sector
Infrastructure
Ministry of Planning (Bappenas) Indonesia

15:00-15:30

Q&A / Discussion

15:30-16:00 Break

Session 5: Managing and Governing SSC


Moderator: Robin Bush, Team Leader, Knowledge Sector Initiative


This session will discuss how Asian providers are managing and governing their SSC. What are the institutions in place to ensure efficiency, effectiveness, accountability, and transparency? How are domestic constituencies engaged? What is the role of local civil society? This session will also discuss national forums for development cooperation.

16:00-16:40

Evolving Institutional Structure of Indian Development Cooperation
Gulshan Sachdeva
Chairperson, Centre for European Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India


Singapore Cooperation Programme: Attempts at Addressing the Twin Deficits of Development
Chng Tze Chia
Assistant Director of Technical Cooperation
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singapore

16:40-17:00

Q&A / Discussion

Day 2: Oct. 29(Thur)

Session 6: Measuring and Assessing SSC


Moderator:
This session will discuss how provider countries are measuring the impacts of their assistance and new developments in this area.

09:00-10:00

Thailand’s Best Practice: Aid Effectiveness or (Foreign) Policy Effectiveness?
Siriporn Wajjwalku
Associate Professor
Thammasat, University, Network for International Development (Thailand)


Title(TBD)
Dinur Krismasari
Senior Representative
JICA Indonesia


Indonesian South-South Cooperation: To Move Beyond Old Rhetoric?
Miranda Tahalele
PhD Candidate, ANU

10:00-10:30

Q & A/ Discussion

10:30-11:00

Break

Session 7: Coordination and Collaboration


Moderator:
Asian providers have not engaged proactively in global policy forums, such as GPEDC, and FFD. This is despite inclusive efforts from other partners. What do these forums offer or not offer for Asian providers?
Are southern led forums such as the Network of Southern Providers, offering a complementary or parallel path? What is the future of the DAC? This session will discuss these and other questions over the future of the
global development policy architecture.

11:00-11:40

Title(TBD)
Christophe Bahuet
Country Director
United Nations Development Programme


China's Cooperation with Northern Providers
Jinyan Zhou
Research Fellow, Institute of West Asian and African Studies
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

11:40-12:00

Q&A / Discussion

Session 8: Closing Remarks
12:00-12:30

Moderator:

Kim Taejong
Managing Director
KDI School of Public Policy & Management, Korea Development Institute


Gordon Hein
Senior Vice President
The Asia Foundation

CSIS

12:00-13:30

Lunch

12:30

End and Lunch