The post-2015 development agenda will soon move from concept to practice and policymakers and practitioners are hungry for knowledge to tackle the next 15 years of development challenges.
Where does this knowledge come from?
For Nicola Harrington-Buhay, deputy director of the Organization for the Economic Cooperation and Development’s Development Center, such knowledge should be co-created by developed and developing countries.
“The challenges of today and the challenges of tomorrow … are not sectoral. They’re multisectoral, they’re multidimensional,” Harrington-Buhay told Devex on the sidelines of the OECD Global Forum on Development in Paris.
Watch the clip above to hear Harrington-Buhay talk about how the OECD Development Center helps facilitate the “co-creation”of knowledge and honest dialogue around failure.
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