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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 [...]


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 [...]


Towards a ‘normalisation’ of ACP-EU relations

Blog | Published on 17-06-2011

Over the past couple of years, new global players underscored their ascendance in the world order. E [...]


Africa's "Agenda 2063": A continental vision for prosperity and inclusiveness

Publications | Published on 23-10-2013

The call for 'Pan-Africanism and African Renaissance' has been echoing in the ivory towers of the Af [...]


When Agreement Breaks Down, What Next? The Cotonou Agreement's Article 96 Consultation Procedure

Publications | Published on 28-10-2013

James Mackie

Finally the Article does not even specify what action should be taken if no satisfactory resolution [...]

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YO!Fest 2017 - Generation Maastricht

Events | Published on 27-01-2017

Carmen Torres | Franz Ferdinand Rothe (Alumnus) | Greta Galeazzi (Alumna) | Karim Karaki | Nina Thijssen | Paulina Bizzotto Molina | Philomena Apiko | Sophie Desmidt | Valeria Pintus

The 2017 edition of YO!Fest - an event organised for young people, by young people - will come to Ma [...]


Why does Sahel matter for Africa-Europe relations?

Publications | Published on 23-10-2013

Damien Helly (Alumnus)

Even if there is now a new president in Mali following a hastily organized election process, develop [...]


Africa at a Turning Point? The Case of Mozambique

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 22-11-2013

Anna Rosengren (Alumna) | San Bilal

EditorialBy San BilalAfrica is on the move. This is reflected for instance in strong economic growth [...]

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Tensions flare with EU-Africa Summit only days away

Press Releases | Published on 15-04-2014

Emily Barker (Alumna)

Anti-homosexuality laws in Uganda and Nigeria, and the trade deal between West Africa and the EU are [...]


Ahead of the Africa-EU summit: Setting the course for sustainable change together

Events | Published on 24-03-2017

Geert Laporte

The 5th Africa-EU Summit in 2017 will be a key opportunity to address common challenges and opportun [...]