The Lima Agreement
On 11 December, on the eve of the originally scheduled end of the conference, negotiations almost failed when developing countries saw changes to the draft agreement that had been painstakingly negotiated over the past ten days. The revised draft had given an advantage to developed countries, especially by diluting their responsibilities. 1. 11.11.11 – Koepel van de Vlaamse Noord Zuidbeweging, Belgium2. 9-5, United States3. Academics are against poverty, Italy4. ActionAid, International5. Alianza Española contra la Pobreza, España6. All Together in Dignity, Ireland7. Alliance Sud, Switzerland8. Asian Development Alliance, Korea.9 Asian Initiatives, United States10. Asian Peoples Movement on Debt and Development, Philippines11.
Asociación Civil por la Igualdad y la Justicia, Argentina12. Asociación Española para el Derecho Internacional de los Derechos Humanos, España13. Association for Women`s Rights in Development (AWID), International14. Multiple Voices and Equal Rights Measures, Fiji51 . . .