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Dirty deals and taxing truths: What do recent high-level commitments mean for tax and extractive industry transparency in developing countries?

Blog | Published on 28-06-2013

Following the usual pre-Summit wonk-up, G8 leaders gathered in Lough Erne last week. Amid burning is [...]


Where is the ‘A’ in ‘BRICS’?

Blog | Published on 03-10-2014

The BRICS certainly want to engage with Africa yet the consensus is that it is up to the continent t [...]


Southern Mediterranean NGOs and the quest for a new social contract in the region

Blog | Published on 22-06-2012

Few would question the importance of civil society s role in the events of the Arab Spring, especial [...]


[VIDEO] Klaus Rudischhauser on EU development aid: where to and what for?

Blog | Published on 31-05-2013

In this ECDPM video, Klaus Rudischhauser, Deputy Director-General for Policy and Thematic Coordinati [...]


Blending or still just mixing?

Blog | Published on 04-03-2015

Although several Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) have been reached, there is still a huge financ [...]


Infrastructure in Africa: on Technical Fixes and Politics

Blog | Published on 17-12-2014

By Bert Jacobs, University of Antwerp (part of the ECDPM-theIDLGroup project on the Political Econom [...]


EU position for Busan takes shape

Blog | Published on 29-07-2011

At its meeting on 13 July, the European Parliament s Development Committee held an exchange of views [...]


The ACP and Europe: What Future for a Privileged Relationship?

Blog | Published on 20-05-2011

Geert Laporte

When it was signed in 2000, the Cotonou Partnership Agreement between the 79-member African, Caribbe [...]


Managing European talent in EU external action: Hasn’t Brexit already served as a wake-up call?

Blog | Published on 21-10-2016

In the third of a series of three blog posts (see the first blog and the second blog) ahead of the p [...]


Empowering women in Africa: The only way to achieve food security

Blog | Published on 09-09-2016

Carmen Torres | Hanne Knaepen

Girls and young women represent a crucial invisible labour force in the developing world, as Carmen [...]