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  • Summary reportMapping private sector engagement along the migration cycle
  • Document de réflexionVers une stratégie européenne pour des textiles équitables et durables
  • BlogPromoting West African rice: The crucial role of coherent trade policies
  • BlogFirst Kenya, now Malawi: The challenge-annul-rerun pattern in African elections

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Latest blog from Matthias Deneckere

Friends and money for a peaceful and secure Africa

Matthias Deneckere | 3 February 2020

Ahead of the AU summit on 9 and 10 February, Matthias Deneckere, Lidet Tadesse Shiferaw and Sophie Desmidt wondered whether the new chairperson – South Africa’s president Cyril Ramaphosa – can deliver on the high ambitions for peace and security on the continent.

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Latest Blog from Luckystar Miyandazi

New year, new aspirations for Europe-Africa relations?

Luckystar Miyandazi | 13 January 2020

Luckystar Miyandazi explains how this year, the African Union will likely continue to step up and try to gain more bargaining power in its partnership with the EU. The next EU-AU summit may be an opportunity for a partnership that is more clearly based on mutual benefits.

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Latest blog from Andrew Sherriff

Brexit day is here – What’s next for EU-UK development cooperation?

Andrew Sherriff | 27 January 2020

Andrew Sherriff looks at what hints the UK-EU political declaration, recent political priorities and technical documents give us of future collaboration between the UK and the EU on development and international cooperation.

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Climate change

In this dossier we share our work on climate change and Europe-Africa cooperation. We look at climate from various angles, including the UNFCCC negotiations, cooperation on agriculture and sustainable food systems, gender, migration and finance.

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The Multiannual Financial Framework

In this dossier you can find our latest publications on the upcoming Multiannual Financial Framework – the next long-term EU budget.

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Brexit and international cooperation

What does Brexit imply for the future of EU-UK relations? How will it impact development, trade and international cooperation between Europe and Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific? In this dossier, you can find our latest Brexit analyses and blogs.

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The political economy dynamics of regional organisations in Africa

What blocks or drives regional integration in Africa? And what role do regional organisations play in this? Find out more.

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