PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION DEVELOPMENT

Cherif Ba

Abstract


The development process and the trajectory of the economies of developing countries, in relation to the implementation of International Cooperation Development (ICD), demonstrate that economic growth alone cannot sustain the development of a country, without denying that this is a necessary condition for achieving development. The reality of the 1970s, characterised by growing poverty in developing countries, together with an intensification of inequalities, forced the international community (donors and recipients) to recognize the failures in the planning and implementation of ICD and to change their strategies.

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