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* Second Ministerial Steering Group Meeting: Good Governance for Development in Arab Countries Initiative
Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, 19 - 20  May, 2006.
Organized by: UNDP-POGAR and OECD in cooperation with the Arab Republic of Egypt..
* Agenda, Background and Publications

* Second Regional Meeting of Working Group VI-Theme on �Public Service Delivery, Public-Private Partnership and Regulatory Reform� within the Initiative on Good Governance for Development in the Arab Countries (GfD)
Tunis, Tunisia, 8 - 9  May, 2006.
Organized by: UNDP-POGAR in cooperation with The Tunisian Government (President of the Working Group), the United Kingdom (Co-Chair) and the Tunisian Ministry in charge of the Civil Service..
* Agenda, Background and Publications

* Second Regional Forum on Reinventing Government in the Arab States: Enhancing Innovations in Public Administration
Dubai, UAE, 27 - 29  April, 2006.
Organized by: UNDP-POGAR in cooperation with The Division of Public Administration and Development Management (UNDESA), and the Dubai School of Government (DSG)..
* Agenda, Background and Publications

* Fifth Mediterranean Development Forum: Workshop II on Rule of Law and Development
Beirut, Lebanon, 8 - 8  April, 2006.
Organized by: MDF5 is organized by a network of regional Think Tanks, The World Bank and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The UNDP�s Programme on Governance in the Arab Region (UNDP-POGAR) is organizing workshops I and II..
* Agenda, Background and Publications

* Good Governance for Development in the Arab Countries Initiative Coordinators' Meeting
Paris, France, 1 - 1  March, 2006.
Organized by: Organization for Economic Co-ordination and Development (OECD).
The main objective of the meeting was to prepare the next milestone of the Good Governance for Development in the Arab Countries (GfD) Initiative: the Steering Group Meeting at Ministerial Level, which will be held in Sharm-el-Sheikh back-to-back with the World Economic Forum on 20-22 May 2006.
* Agenda, Background and Publications

* Capacity Building Seminar on Regulatory Reform
Tunis, Tunisia, 24 - 25  November, 2005.
Organized by: Organization for Economic Co-ordination and Development (OECD).
This 2-day Capacity Building Seminar on Regulatory Reform was held on 24 � 25 November 2005 in Tunis, which brought together a limited number of invited Arab and Organization for Economic Co-ordination and Development (OECD) experts to reflect on the outcomes of the first round of Working Group meetings and plan concrete steps for the next phase of the Initiative in the fields of public service delivery, regulatory reform and administrative simplification.
* Agenda, Background and Publications

* Special Session of the Organization for Economic Co-ordination and Development Working Party on Regulatory Management and Reform in the Framework of the Good Governance for Development in the Arab Countries Initiative
Paris, France, 28 - 28  September, 2005.
Organized by: Organization for Economic Co-ordination and Development (OECD).
In the framework of Working Group IV of the Good Governance for Development in the Arab Countries Initiative (GfD) Initiative, co-chaired by Tunisia, the United Kingdom and Italy, a meeting of a Focus Group on Regulatory Reform back-to-back with a Special Session of the OECD Working Party on Regulatory Management and Reform was held in Paris at the Organization for Economic Co-ordination and Development (OECD) headquarters on 28 September 2005.
* Agenda, Background and Publications

* First Meeting of the Good Governance for Development in the Arab States Initiative's Regional Working Group IV
Tunis, Tunisia, 28 - 29  June, 2005.
Organized by: Organization for Economic Co-ordination and Development (OECD).
This was the first meeting of the Good Governance for Development in the Arab States (GfD) Initiative�s Regional Working Group IV on Public Service Delivery, Public-Private Partnership and Regulatory Reform, which took place in Tunis, Tunisia, on 28-29 June 2005.
* Agenda, Background and Publications

* First Meeting of the Steering Group under the framework of the �Governance for Development in the Arab Countries� Initiative
Madrid - Spain, 27 - 28  April, 2005.
Organized by: United Nations Development Programme - Programme on Governance in the Arab Region (UNDP-POGAR) in partnership with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the Government of Spain..
The aim of this meeting is to gather feedback from the Dead Sea launching meeting and recent developments, discuss the terms of reference for the six thematic working groups in addition to the working methods of the Governance for Development (GfD) Programme.
* Agenda, Background and Publications

* Conference on Good Governance for Development in the Arab Countries
Dead Sea - Jordan, 6 - 7  February, 2005.
Organized by: The Government of Jordan in cooperation with the United Nations Development Programme and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
The UNDP-OECD Initiative on Good Governance for Development in the Arab Countries. Officially launched during this conference.
* Agenda, Background and Publications

* Arab Consultative Ministerial Meeting For Launching the Initiative on Good Governance for Development in the Arab Countries
Amman - Jordan, 25 - 26  September, 2004.
Organized by: The Government of Jordan in cooperation with the United Nations Development Programme and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
The Meeting discussed the documents of the "Initiative on Good Governance for Development in the Arab States" and agreed on the mechanisms of the preparatory work for the conference to be hosted by the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan under the patronage of HM King Abdullah II on 6-7 February 2005, at the Dead Sea, for the official launching of the Initiative.
* Agenda, Background and Publications

* Rabat Meeting - Expert Group Meeting on Good Public Governance for Development in the MENA
Rabat - Morocco, 29 - 30  April, 2004.
Organized by: United Nations Development Programme - Programme on Governance in the Arab Region (UNDP-POGAR) - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
The expert group meeting in Morocco, a follow-up to the Istanbul meeting, outlined the terms of reference of the proposed thematic working groups being the key instruments for implementing the "Initiative on Good Governance for Development in the Arab Countries"
* Agenda, Background and Publications

* Istanbul Meeting - Expert Group Meeting on Good Public Governance for Development in the Middle East and North Africa
Istanbul - Turkey, 10 - 11  February, 2004.
Organized by: United Nations Development Programme - Programme on Governance in the Arab Region (UNDP-POGAR) - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
The meeting, organized by OECD in co-operation with the Istanbul Centre for Private Sector Development, expanded and strengthened the engagement of countries and international organizations in the launching of an initiative on Good Public Governance for Development in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
* Agenda, Background and Publications

* Beirut Meeting - Expert Group Meeting on Strengthening Accountability and Transparency and Fighting Corruption in the Arab Region
Beirut - Lebanon, 23 - 24  October, 2003.
Organized by: United Nations Development Programme - Programme on Governance in the Arab Region (UNDP-POGAR) - Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
The Beirut meeting was the first in a series of preparatory meetings organized by the UNDP-POGAR and the OECD in preparation of the launching of the "Initiative on Good Governance for Development in the Arab Countries". The meeting was organized in co-operation with the Office of the Lebanese Minister of State for Administrative Reform.
* Agenda, Background and Publications

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