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The integration of climate change and circular economy in foreign policies

Publications | Published on 29-06-2020

Hanne Knaepen | Jeske van Seters | Nadia Ashraf

Tackling climate change and transitioning to a circular economy is not something a single country ca [...]


Limburg’s black gold, the move away from it and lessons for other countries

Blog | Published on 28-10-2019

Nadia Ashraf | Poorva Karkare

We recently attended an event organised by ActionAid Netherlands to discuss a 'just transition away [...]

Letter from the Netherlands

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 17-06-2019

Jeske van Seters

Dear members of the European Parliament, Looking at the results of the European Parliament elections [...]

The sustainability dilemma in competition law

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 28-02-2019

The business world is inherently dynamic, as demonstrated by the growing number of collective agreem [...]

High level policy meeting and dialogue

Events | Published on 15-05-2018

San Bilal

Booming urban markets in Africa provide business opportunities for farmers, and local and internatio [...]

foodFIRST conference "Team Up with African farmers"

Events | Published on 07-05-2018

Francesco Rampa

We are looking forward to welcoming you at the foodFIRST conference, which was co-organised by ECDPM [...]

African Students Community Symposium 2018: Africa beyond aid - finding balance after independence

Events | Published on 02-05-2018

Klaus Hoefsloot | Luckystar Miyandazi | Philomena Apiko

The African Students Community (ASC) Groningen will host its Symposium for the year 2018, themed Afr [...]

Multi-stakeholder initiatives on garments and textiles in Germany and the Netherlands

Publications | Published on 19-03-2018

Jeske van Seters

Garments and textiles value chains offer opportunities for inclusive growth in many developing count [...]


What the Dutch iron lady has in store for Europe and Africa

Blog | Published on 30-10-2017

Ewald Wermuth | Jeske van Seters

Sigrid Kaag has been appointed as Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation of the Neth [...]

Fostering productive employment in Africa: The Dutch way

Events | Published on 04-09-2017

Jeske van Seters | Kathleen van Hove

ECDPM and the African Studies Centre Leiden have the pleasure to invite you to a lunchtime discussio [...]