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.
GREAT insights is ECDPM’s monthly magazine with a focus on issues related to Governance, Regional integration, Economics, Agriculture and Trade.
The Weekly Compass, ECDPM’s weekly newsletter, is a rich source of information for policy makers, analysts, activists and the private sector.
The Filter gives you the most relevant international cooperation news – over 500 sources are scanned daily to help busy policy-makers stay up to date.
The EU is currently implementing its 11th European Development Fund for the period 2014-2020, with an aid budget of €30.5 billion for many of the ACP countries and Overseas Countries and Territories (OCTs), covering both national and regional programmes. Alisa Herreo Cangas examines this in a new ECDPM paper.
Volker Hauck contributed to the OECD-DAC's Governance Practitioner’s Notebook, with a chapter entitled 'Release the pressure on governance practitioners'.
It’s been a while now since we’re hearing “food security” and “scaling up nutrition” as top priority mantras from governments and the global development community. Carmen Torres looks at nutritious regional value chains in this new blog.
Placing culture at the heart of international cooperation is essential to make development a sustainable process. To stay informed about ECDPM's work in this area, have a look at the latest resources in our culture dossier.
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.
ECDPM studies regional dynamics and the role of Europe in the Sahel region. To stay up-to-date with our work, read our latest publications and blogs in our Sahel dossier.
From July 2014 until December 2015, ECDPM and theIDLgroup will partner to produce a study on the drivers and obstacles to regional cooperation and integration in Africa. Find out more about this study in our dossier.