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‘Making Africa work’ - What not to do

Talking Points Blog | Published on 16-10-2017

Bruce Byiers | San Bilal

'Africa Works was the somewhat provocative title of a book published in 1999. With the subtitle diso [...]


Negotiating the next EU budget: A unique opportunity for EU foreign and development policy

Talking Points Blog | Published on 09-10-2017

Andrew Sherriff | Mariella Di Ciommo | Meritxell Sayós Monràs

The EU agreed to spend a total of €66.3 billion on external action, plus €30.5 billion under the [...]


Sectoral multi-stakeholder initiatives at EU level: quo vadis?

Talking Points Blog | Published on 29-09-2017

Jeske van Seters

Multi-stakeholder initiatives (MSIs) bring together actors such as businesses and business associati [...]


Don’t expect perfection but progress! Multi-stakeholder initiatives to foster responsible business conduct

Talking Points Blog | Published on 28-09-2017

Karim Karaki

Private sector engagement for sustainable development has become a key concept among development com [...]


Policy Coherence in 2017: Lessons from the United Nations High Level Political Forum

Talking Points Blog | Published on 18-09-2017

Martin Ronceray

The concept of 'policy coherence has progressively gained prominence among the international develop [...]


Regional organisations in Africa - Mapping multiple memberships

Talking Points Blog | Published on 15-09-2017

Bruce Byiers

ECDPM has developed an interactive map to help you navigate the complex landscape of Regional Organi [...]


The odyssey of elections in Africa: A new era of democracy and rule of law?

Talking Points Blog | Published on 11-09-2017

Luckystar Miyandazi

After the Supreme Court of Kenya s decision to nullify the results of the 8 August 2017 presidential [...]


West African cement - Stuck between politics and economics?

Talking Points Blog | Published on 11-09-2017

Bruce Byiers | Karim Karaki

Despite the hype around Aliko Dangote, the Nigerian billionaire who ostensibly shows that business C [...]


Why is it so difficult to develop sustainable tourism in West and East Africa?

Talking Points Blog | Published on 01-09-2017

Greta Galeazzi

Tourism is a sector with great potential and yet it is still struggling to flourish in several Afric [...]


G20 in Hamburg and the migration agenda: How changing US policies are affecting global discussions

Talking Points Blog | Published on 06-07-2017

Anna Knoll | Noemi Cascone

Barely in power, President Trump has started his long-term plan to enforce stricter immigration laws [...]