Dr Sebastian Haug appointed to an advisory board for the United Nations

At IDOS, Haug has published on the Global South, UN support for South-South cooperation and triangular cooperation. He also finalised a study on triangular cooperation involving DAC members and the Arab region.


Photo: Dr. Sebastian Haug is a political scientist and geographer. He works as researcher in the research programme "Inter- and Transnational Cooperation" at the German Institute of Development and Sustainability (IDOS)

Dr. Sebastian Haug ©IDOS

Dr Sebastian Haug has been appointed to the advisory board for the United Nations (UN) Global Report on South-South and Triangular Cooperation. Together with scholars from Africa, Asia as well as Latin America and the Caribbean, Haug will accompany the design, drafting process and dissemination of what has been announced as an “independent, comprehensive, and impactful report”. Facilitated by the UN Office for South-South Cooperation, the Global Report is the first UN endeavour to provide a comprehensive analysis of South-South and triangular cooperation following the High-Level UN Conference on South-South Cooperation (BAPA+40) in 2019. For the UN Office, the report is set to be a “cornerstone of our efforts to facilitate meaningful dialogue, foster collaborative partnerships, and promote sustainable development practices among countries in the Global South.”


Together with partners in Mexico, Australia and Germany, Haug co-hosts the Research Colloquium on Triangular Cooperation that brings together scholars from five continents to share insights into the most recent work on triangular partnerships.

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