20 Years of MOPAN
Since 2002, MOPAN has been at the forefront of pushing effectiveness in the multilateral system, yet today, the multilateral system is at a crossroads, facing unprecedented demand and a growing number of crises. How can organisations be agile and fit-for-purpose to meet evolving demands? How can multilateral stakeholders work together to deliver on shared goals and values?
Today, recent progress by the multilateral system in delivering in these areas is threatened by a dramatic increase in the scale and complexity of global challenges. These challenges, which include cascading crises with global impact, growing political fault lines, a stretched Official Development Assistance (ODA) environment, as well as ongoing pressures to deliver on the 2030 Agenda and Sustainable Development Goals and the climate agenda, threaten to undermine the future of multilateralism.
The effectiveness of the multilateral system is at the heart of this endeavour.
MOPAN 20th Anniversary Event:
MULTILATERALISM AT A CROSSROADS: Rising to the challenges of today and tomorrow
12 December; 10:00 - 11:30
Hilton Geneva Hotel and Conference Centre
High-Level Event Recording
MOPAN’s 20th Anniversary High-Level Event convened executive-level officials from MOPAN members and development partners, along with multilateral organisation leaders to reflect on the future of the multilateral system. Participants considered the key emerging challenges and their implications with the aim of building a common understanding on potential responses to maximise multilateral effectiveness to deliver the 2030 Agenda, including MOPAN’s role in supporting these efforts.
A brief history of MOPAN
The Multilateral Organisation Performance Assessment Network (MOPAN) was launched in 2002 as a network of donor countries for monitoring the performance of multilateral development organisations at the country level.