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English: Used for the wikibook Development Cooperation Handbook

--- it explains the approach used in collecting the videos. --- We collected the answers and compiled them together in ⇒ 10 main issues. Here, we compare the aptitudes of stakeholders from among different nations as they fulfill their responsibilities for global development and inter-cultural dialogue. Each issue is included in one of the 10 episodes of the Documentary where we illustrate the work in progress for achieving the 8 MDGs and we propose the establishment of 2 new development cooperation goals.

The purpose of the Documentary is:

  • to focus on the challenges and stakes of the Global Agenda for Development
  • to analyse the challenges of implementing Development Cooperation Programmes:
  • the effort in progress; and
  • the results achieved.
  • to explore factors that facilitate or contrast global partnerships for development.
  • to illustrate the people, institutions and organizations working for the Global Agenda for Development:
  • portraying their stories,
  • observing what their projects deliver; and
  • analyzing if their work really benefits target populations and impacts on wider social contexts;
  • to show ways in which people in richer countries are involved in raising funds and other resources for people of developing nations and in what sense this also benefits the developed countries;
  • to investigate how work undertaken in international cooperation affects national and international policies and impacts the communication climate amongst nations;
  • to show how media covers (or does not cover) Cooperation Programmes;
  • to show how artists and educators relate to global partnerships for development; to see how writers, actors, directors, artists, musicians and other artists take part in the Global Agenda for Development;
  • to challenge pre-suppositions that most development aid is wasted and that there is little accountability in the way development projects are managed;
  • to verify the presupposition that most development is sponsored by Western Nations;
  • to understand how far the local and the global dimensions of sustainable development are interlinked;
  • to investigate whether lessons learned in international cooperation activities are used to inform national projects and policies, both in developed and developing countries;
  • to compare the aptitudes of peoples of different nations in assuming responsibility for global development and inter-cultural dialogue;
  • to indicate why the awareness of the global dimension of development and  the sense of responsibility towards contributing to making it sustainable and fair are the indicators of the ethical and cultural development of a nation.
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