The European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM) is a think and do tank. Our main goal is to broker effective development partnerships between the EU and the Global South, particularly Africa.
The ECDPM Talking Points blog aims to deepen the dialogue on policy issues, and get to the heart of the matter in an honest and concise way.
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ECDPM and ODI look at the challenge for developing countries to generate more and better employment opportunities, and what this means in practice.
Jean Bossuyt and Niels Keijzer ask what a new universal post-2015 agenda means for the ACP-EU partnership.
This paper by Anna Knoll, James Mackie and Sebastian Große-Puppendahl argues that universality in the post-2015 agenda may be possible only with an equitable system of differentiation.
ECDPM has launched a new initiative to contribute to a well-informed debate on the future of ACP-EU partnership through a political economy approach. Find out more about this initiative in our dossier.
This dossier provides an overview of all of ECDPM’s annual Challenges Papers. These seek to identify important debates that can be expected in the coming year and beyond and to sketch the backdrop against which these will unfold.
What are Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs)? Who is concerned so far? What do EPAs cover? Find out in our dossier.
The upcoming European Report on Development (ERD) aims to address financing and other means of implementation in the post-2015 context. Learn more or see past ERD editions in our dossier.