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Stepping up? Best practice in joint programming and prospects for EU joint cooperation strategies

Publications | Published on 18-12-2015

Andrew Sherriff | Asmita Parshotam (Alumna) | Cecilia Gregersen (Alumna) | Damien Helly (Alumnus) | Greta Galeazzi (Alumna) | Willy Kokolo (Alumnus)

In a more globalised and competitive world the need for more effective international and development [...]

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EU Delegations in Africa

Publications | Published on 23-10-2015

Damien Helly (Alumnus)

This article appeared in the Africa-YEEAS! - the European External Action Service' newsletter on EU- [...]

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Principles and ambitions for cultural mobility

Publications | Published on 14-08-2015

Damien Helly (Alumnus)

Damien Helly gave a presentation to a meeting of independent artistic and cultural mobility funds in [...]

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Policy Coherence for Development and the EU: A feasible model for development?

Publications | Published on 12-08-2015

Damien Helly (Alumnus)

Presentation by Damien Helly of the results of the ECDPM study to the Portuguese inter-ministerial g [...]

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China’s Public Diplomacy: Implications for Europe

Publications | Published on 23-01-2015

Damien Helly (Alumnus)

"EU-China cooperation is impressively expanding and deepening, especially in the field of research a [...]

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African perspectives on Africa-Europe relations

Publications | Published on 13-06-2014

Damien Helly (Alumnus)

African perspectives on Africa-Europe relations from ECDPM

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The Implementation of the Joint Africa-EU Strategy: rebuilding confidence and commitments

Publications | Published on 14-03-2014

Damien Helly (Alumnus)

The Implementation of the Joint Africa-EU Strategy: rebuilding confidence and commitments from ECDPM [...]