CPS researchers present their findings during "Trading Places: Hungary and Official Development Assistance"

March 7, 2013

CPS researchers presented the main findings of the research on Official Development Assistance in Hungary during two task force events on March 6th, 2013.

The discussions started with a brief presentation of the work of Anna Selmeczi, Attila Bartha and Marton Leiszen, from the Center for Policy Studies. Speakers included: Attila Bartha, Marton Leiszen, Andrew Cartwright and Alexandra Lazau-Ratz. 

The audience represented each of the three major sectors covered in the research, government officials, private sector actors and civil society organizations. A detailed discussion followed the presentation of the main findings and the discussants provided feedback on the final draft versions of the research papers.


POLICY PAPERS - FINAL DRAFTS


The Role of the Hungarian Civil Society in Development Assistance and Aid Effectiveness - EN (Download)
Prepared by Anna Selmeczi

 ’Aid for Trade’ or ’Aid to Trade’: Hungarian Trade Relations and International Development - EN (Download)
Prepared by Marton Leiszen
 
The Role of the Hungarian Private Sector in the Development Assistance - EN (Download)
Prepared by Attila Bartha

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARIES - FINAL DRAFTS


The Role of the Hungarian Civil Society in Development Assistance and Aid Effectiveness - EN (Download)
Prepared by Anna Selmeczi

’Aid for Trade’ or ’Aid to Trade’: Hungarian Trade Relations and International Development - EN (Download)
Prepared by Marton Leiszen

The Role of the Hungarian Private Sector in the Development Assistance - EN (Download)
Prepared by Attila Bartha

The Role of the Hungarian Private Sector in the Development Assistance - HU (Download)
Prepared by Attila Bartha.

 

PRESENTATIONS


Presentation in Hungarian (Download)

Presentation in English (Download)


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