Tools and Training for South-South Practioners
countries are producing innovations
that are providing important
contributions to their development.
How can these development solutions be shared and scaled up?
South-South cooperation is a reality and needs your action. We wish to empower you.
For this reason, we are sharing with you publications, videos, how-to manuals and
other didactic tools for South-South learning and operations support.
What Is South-South Cooperation?
The United Nations perspective: "Let's ensure that all voices be heard, " Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
IBSA Fund, Government of Guinea-Bissau and UNDP sign new phase of
(from Portuguese and local TV, in Portuguese)
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
message on the occasion of the
sixth UN Day for South-South Cooperation,
Mainstreaming South-South &
The Participatory Training on
Mainstreaming South-South and Triangular Cooperation is a part of a
comprehensive approach towards capacity development in the field of
South-South and Triangular Cooperation. Such approach is part of the broader
support function implemented by the UN Office for South-South Cooperation, in its capacity as the General Assembly-mandated global and United Nations-wide facilitator of South-South and Triangular cooperation.
South-South Cooperation: Africa on the Centre Stage
The book, South-South Cooperation: Africa on the Centre Stage, is available on the market. It includes 13 papers written by researchers on South-South
cooperation and discussed at a workshop organized by the Centre for African Studies, University of Mumbai, in February 2008.
The GSSD Academy offers and develops tested tools, methodologies
and partnership strategies that enable practitioners
and Southern partners to:
about South-South cooperation;
Download guidelines and working documents;
Access selected publications and
Share links and references.
Creative Economy Report 2010
The Creative Economy Report series is the result of a partnership between
UNCTAD and the UN Office for South-South Cooperation. The report
concluded that the creative industries were
among the most dynamic sectors of the world
economy and offered new, high growth opportunities
for developing countries. The report has
been widely used by policy makers, development
practitioners, and researchers alike.