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Four ideas to give Africa its place in the EU Global Strategy

Blog | Published on 05-04-2016

In less than three months, Europe will release its first-ever Global Strategy on Foreign and Securit [...]


The future of ACP-EU relations: A political economy analysis

Publications | Published on 07-01-2016

Alfonso Medinilla | Jean Bossuyt | Marc De Tollenaere

The permanent URL for this page is http://ecdpm.org/futureACPEU. Download the report 11 March 2016 - [...]

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Climate change: The European Union towards COP21 and beyond

Publications | Published on 26-11-2015

Alisa Herrero Cangas

Developing countries - especially the most vulnerable - need a robust deal at the 21st Conference of [...]


#VallettaSummit Part 1

Blog | Published on 13-11-2015

Anna Knoll

This is part one of a two-part blog on ECDPM s reaction to the EU-Africa Valletta Summit. Part two w [...]


Exploring sustainable solutions to a pressing migration and refugee crisis

Events | Published on 13-11-2015

Geert Laporte

En français ci-dessous. Today worldwide displacement is at the highest level ever recorded, with 60 [...]

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Future of ACP-EU post-2020

Multimedia | Published on 09-10-2015

Rhys Williams (Alumnus)

ECDPM has initiated an independent political economy analysis (PEA) of the ACP-EU partnership and on [...]


Is global development achievable?

Events | Published on 09-09-2015

Alisa Herrero Cangas | Anna Knoll | Asmita Parshotam (Alumna) | Damien Helly (Alumnus) | Geert Laporte | James Mackie | Sebastian Große-Puppendahl

Development is becoming globalised. The global development architecture is rapidly going through maj [...]

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From universality to European reality?

Blog | Published on 29-07-2015

Sebastian Große-Puppendahl

The principle of 'Universality in the post-2015 development agenda implies that all countries need t [...]


Post Cotonou 2020: Improving or fundamentally rethinking ACP-EU relations?

Publications | Published on 17-04-2015

Geert Laporte

To what extent is the original rationale of the ACP-EU Partnership still valid in 2015? And to what [...]

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Universality and differentiation in the post-2015 development agenda

Publications | Published on 06-03-2015

Anna Knoll | James Mackie | Sebastian Große-Puppendahl

Key messages Translating the universal post-2015 goals and targets into national actions, commitment [...]

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