Dialogues managed by FfDO
The Financing for Development Office met with key institutional partners – the International Monetary Fund, World Bank and UN Conference on Trade and Development – in August 2004 to begin to plan the set of multi-stakeholder consultations.
Chronology of multi-stakeholder consultations
FIRST CONSULTATION ON “SOVEREIGN DEBT FOR SUSTAINED DEVELOPMENT: ISSUES FOR COUNTRIES THAT ACCESS FINANCIAL MARKETS”, (New York, 7- 8 March 2005)
SECOND CONSULTATION ON SOVEREIGN DEBT FOR SUSTAINED DEVELOPMENT
The second consultation on Sovereign Debt for Sustained Development took place on 17 March 2005 in Maputo, Mozambique, immediately following the seventh meeting of the Commonwealth HIPC Ministerial Forum (15-16 March 2005) and the eleventh meeting of HIPC Finance Ministers.
a. Commonwealth HIPC Ministerial Forum Meeting
b. Communiqué of the HIPC Finance Ministers
c.Multi-stakeholder Consultation on Sovereign Debt for Sustained Development
FINAL CONSULTATION ON SOVEREIGN DEBT FOR SUSTAINED DEVELOPMENT
The final consultation on Sovereign Debt for Sustained Development took place in conjunction with the Fifth UNCTAD Inter-Regional Debt Management Conference which was held on 20-22 June 2005 at the United Nations in Geneva. Summaries of the plenary presentations are being prepared by UNCTAD staff (see http://r0.unctad.org/dmfas/events.htm#Speakers, which also contains available papers presented). The report below pertains to the roundtable discussions held as an integral part of the consultation and conclusions that derive from them.