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Consultation on Inclusive Development

Consultation for the Netherlands Ministry of Foriegn Affairs
March 3, 2015 By: F&BKP Office Image: INCLUDE platform
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The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in cooperation with The Broker and the five Knowledge Platforms for Global Development, is running an online consultation on how to promote inclusiveness in the Dutch policy agenda on trade and international cooperation.
Views of participants of the consultation will feed into the policy letter that Lilianne Ploumen, Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, has committed to send to the Parliament in spring 2015.

The spring policy letter will set out ways in which inclusiveness can be more strongly embedded in Dutch programmes within the framework of the current policy for trade and international cooperation.

In preparing this letter, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs has asked Dutch and international experts from universities, think-tanks, NGOs, international organisations and the business community to write a short contribution to be published online on the INCLUDE Knowledge Platform.

The consultation on inclusive development runs online during the month of March: you can contribute by sending your article (max 600 words) to  or by filling in the online consultation form.

More background information on the consultation can be found here.

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