What is the ‘State of the Debate’ on development in Brazil, China, and India?
Three new reports on the “state of the debate” on development in Brazil, China and India were presented at a Chatham House event earlier this week. The reports throw important insights into these countries’ activities and perceptions of their roles in development cooperation.
Hosted at the Royal Institute for International Affairs (Chatham House), report contributors, or those speaking on their behalf in the case of India, shared unique insight into each country’s:
- History of development cooperation
- Current institutional frameworks and decision-making bodies and processes
- The role of business and civil society
- Public opinion and media debates
Chatham House discussants were:
Listen to the full discussion
Or if you have a specific country interest, you can fast forward to these sections of the recording:
• China (00:00 – 46:37)
• India (46:43 – 1:34:07)
• Brazil (1:34:09 – 2:25:26)
Access speaker PowerPoint slides
- The State of the Debate in China: a New Paradigm to Development? - Dr Jing Gu
- The State of the Debat in India: Strengthening Institutions - Dr Emma Mawdsley
- The State of the Debate in Brazil: from Solidarity to Win-Win? - Dr Alex Shankland
Download the evidence reports
- China Development Cooperation: the State of the Debate (forthcoming) but policy brief available.
- Indian Development Cooperation: the State of the Debate
- Brazil's Engagement in International Development Cooperation: the State of the Debate
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