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Adedayo Bolaji-Adio and Sahra El Fassi argue that threats to social stability and peace in Africa provide an opportunity for leaders and activists to develop a long-term vision of how to address these issues.
Damien Helly and Greta Galeazzi discuss how the EU's Comprehensive Approach for responding to external conflicts and crises is applied in the Sahel.
Sebastian Große-Puppendahl shares his first thoughts on the new EU Commission Communication ‘A Global Partnership for Poverty Eradication and Sustainable Development after 2015’.
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.
This dossier gives an overview of ECDPM publications and analytical resources from recent years – covering issues of relevance to the Cotonou Partnership Agreement and ACP-EU relations.
What are Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs)? Who is concerned so far? What do EPAs cover? Find out in our dossier 'Frequently Asked Questions on Economic Partnership Agreements'.
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.