This study focuses on Brazilian technical cooperation with developing countries. It analyses its policy framework, institutional set up and implementation modalities and discusses options for the future. The study was produced against the backdrop of Brazil’s increasing prominence in international affairs, which, over recent years, has been reflected in an unprecedented increase in resources to technical cooperation with the South. The country is, as result, gradually switching from a position of recipient to a position of provider of development assistance.
Lidia Cabral and Julia Weinstock