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Engage with Africa

Blog | Published on 20-08-2019

Mariella Di Ciommo

Europe s research policy towards the continent needs to be more tailored, and Africans need a strong [...]


Refresh and reload: EU and Africa working together on research and innovation

Publications | Published on 17-06-2019

Mariella Di Ciommo | Sanne Thijssen

This is the second paper on collaboration on research and innovation (R&I) between Europe and Africa [...]

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Eurafrica revisited: towards a new agenda between Europe and Africa in the 21st century

Events | Published on 08-04-2019

Geert Laporte

Though the term 'Eurafrica has a long history, going back to colonial and post-colonial times, the c [...]


Eurafrica revisited: towards a new agenda between Europe and Africa in the 21st century

Events | Published on 08-04-2019

Geert Laporte

Can Africa and Europe look together for an alternative of the actual state of things, and for a comm [...]


Mixed messages from Europe and Africa stand in the way of an intercontinental deal

Publications | Published on 04-02-2019

Emmanuel De Groof | Jean Bossuyt

European and African leaders have underlined the merits of a hypothetical fully-fledged continent-to [...]

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The European Union, the East African Community, and the Continental Integration of Africa - Potential and Challenges

Events | Published on 25-09-2018

Emmanuel De Groof

This international conference will be part of the Jean Monnet Eurafrican Dialogues in Rwanda, themse [...]


EU-Africa relations: Time for a reset?

Events | Published on 13-09-2018

Geert Laporte

Africa and Europe are interconnected by close geographical, business and historical ties. After year [...]


Theresa May’s charm offensive in Africa does not consider the full impact of a cliff-edge Brexit

Blog | Published on 03-09-2018

Emmanuel De Groof | San Bilal

While Prime Minister Theresa May was in South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria for the first time since the [...]


Assessments, perspectives & incentives for the post-Cotonou process in the context of the Austrian Council Presidency

Events | Published on 22-08-2018

Geert Laporte

The Cotonou-agreement defines the cooperation between the European Union and 79 states from Africa, [...]


The EU, the EAC and the Continental Integration of Africa - Potential and Challenges

Events | Published on 21-08-2018

Emmanuel De Groof

This international conference will be part of the Jean Monnet Eurafrican Dialogues in Rwanda, themse [...]