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Mr Keijzer, NielsLast modified:02/08/2006 5:52 pm
Policy coherence for development has been adopted as a goal by international institutions in the 1990s. Member states and institutions of the European Union have put in place mechanisms to promote it. This study reviews these. It specifies the main types of coherence under study (internal, intra-government, inter-government). It shows that the three types of mechanisms (overall policy and political decision-making, government institutions and administration, assessment and advisory capacity) reflect a growing commitment of policies to development.
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[European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM), Instituto Complutense de Estudios Internacionales (ICEI) (2005) 'EU Mechanisms that Promote Policy Coherence for Development: A Scoping Study - Triple C Evaluations N 2.' Amsterdam: Aksant Academic Publishers]