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Seminar on the external evaluation of European Union’s (EU) support to conflict prevention & peacebuilding (2013-2018)

Start:
23 November 2020 10:00 am
End:
23 November 2020 12:30 pm

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External Evaluation of EU’s support to CPPB | Experiences from Colombia | Susan Soux

External Evaluation of EU’s support for CPPB | Experiences from Georgia | Evelien Weller

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The purpose of this evaluation is to provide an independent, evidence-based assessment of the extent to which the EU has achieved its conflict prevention and peacebuilding (CPPB) objectives and the impact of EU CPPB support on the ground between 2011 and 2018. This global evaluation examines spending and non-spending activities of DG DEVCO, DG NEAR, EEAS and FPI. It also considers the activities of DG ECHO, CSDP missions/operations and EU Member States from the perspective of co-ordination and complementarity.

Interactive brochure summarising the External Evaluation of EU’s Support to Conflict Prevention & Peacebuilding

External Evaluation of EU’s Support to CPPB (2013-2018) – Main report (Volume 1)

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Click here for further information on the meeting.

The European Commission is hosting a virtual seminar on the external evaluation of European Union’s (EU) Support to Conflict Prevention & Peacebuilding (2013-2018).

The objective of the seminar is to disseminate the findings, conclusions and recommendations of the evaluation, which assesses the extent to which the EU has achieved its conflict prevention and peacebuilding (CPPB) objectives and the impact of EU CPPB support on the ground between 2013-2018.

The seminar is organised under the aegis of DG DEVCO with the cooperation of DG NEAR, FPI and EEAS and will feature a mix of presentations, panel interviews, videos and two Q+A sessions.

ECDPM’s Volker Hauck and Andrew Sherriff will contribute to the seminar.

The agenda of this seminar is available here and you can register for the event via the EU’s registration system

Seats in the seminar will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis.

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