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InterMedia Hosts Panel Discussion at European Development Days


InterMedia is hosting a panel discussion at the European Development Days (EDD) in Brussels on 16th– 17th October. Dr Gerry Power, Klara Debeljak, Michelle Kaffenberger and advisor Andrea Marmolejo will be sharing their research findings on barriers and facilitators of private sector funding in international development. The moderator for this panel discussion will be Awo Ablo from AidsAlliance. The presentation and panel discussion will focus on the research conducted by InterMedia on the views and opinions of key thinkers from the global north and south on the role of private sector funding in international development. The funding outlined the key barriers and facilitators of such funding and outlining future funding models.

The research will build upon previous research by InterMedia such as the Building Support for International Development’ study (2012), which highlighted that citizens are disillusioned with the development activities of their governments.

Many of the panel discussions will be available via the European Development Days Live Stream throughout the day on 16th– 17th October.

EDD is organised by the European Commission as an international affairs and development cooperation event, with a global reach that attracts representatives from over 1,500 organisations from the development community. The event has been seen as a launch point for the ideas and interventions of political leaders and world-renowned authorities on development. Previous attendees have included Desmond Tutu, Kofi Annan, Jacques Chirac, and Morgan Tsvangirai.

EDD is a collaborative platform that allows thousands of development advocates, decision-makers and practitioners to network and develop ideas and best practices. InterMedia looks forward to sharing and discussing our research findings in the collaborative environment of EDD 2012.

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InterMedia Hosts Panel Discussion at European Development Days


InterMedia is hosting a panel discussion at the European Development Days (EDD) in Brussels on 16th– 17th October. Dr Gerry Power, Klara Debeljak, Michelle Kaffenberger and advisor Andrea Marmolejo will be sharing their research findings on barriers and facilitators of private sector funding in international development. The moderator for this panel discussion will be Awo Ablo from AidsAlliance. The presentation and panel discussion will focus on the research conducted by InterMedia on the views and opinions of key thinkers from the global north and south on the role of private sector funding in international development. The funding outlined the key barriers and facilitators of such funding and outlining future funding models.

The research will build upon previous research by InterMedia such as the Building Support for International Development’ study (2012), which highlighted that citizens are disillusioned with the development activities of their governments.

Many of the panel discussions will be available via the European Development Days Live Stream throughout the day on 16th– 17th October.

EDD is organised by the European Commission as an international affairs and development cooperation event, with a global reach that attracts representatives from over 1,500 organisations from the development community. The event has been seen as a launch point for the ideas and interventions of political leaders and world-renowned authorities on development. Previous attendees have included Desmond Tutu, Kofi Annan, Jacques Chirac, and Morgan Tsvangirai.

EDD is a collaborative platform that allows thousands of development advocates, decision-makers and practitioners to network and develop ideas and best practices. InterMedia looks forward to sharing and discussing our research findings in the collaborative environment of EDD 2012.

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