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African Funds for African Development?

Blog | Published on 15-05-2014

The African Union Commission (AUC) has turned the spotlight back on Africa s responsibility for its [...]


#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 [...]


Retreat of the Group of African Ambassadors in Brussels

Events | Published on 30-10-2014

On the theme of making the Africa-EU Partnership and the Post-2015 Agenda assist in achieving Agenda [...]


Challenges 2014: Africa-EU Relations, When Space is Tight, Focus on the Essentials

Blog | Published on 14-11-2013

Faten Aggad-Clerx

+++ ECDPM Challenges blog series. Post number five +++ You are not alone at the party. There is al [...]


How does Africa speak with one voice? Africa's evolving positions on aid effectiveness, climate change and the post-2015 goals

Publications | Published on 04-12-2014

Anna Knoll | Clément Silverman (Alumnus) | Hanne Knaepen | Lesley-Anne van Wyk (Alumna) | Rebecca Ramsamy (Alumna) | Rhys Williams (Alumnus)

Key Highlights Africa is increasingly seeking to formulate a common African position ahead of key i [...]

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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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A Safer Entrance Than Lampedusa?

Blog | Published on 19-09-2014

Anna Knoll

To better govern migration for the future economic benefit of both Europe and Africa, and to ease th [...]


Are Europe and Africa ready to tackle the post-2015 era?

Press Releases | Published on 09-01-2015

Emily Barker (Alumna)

2015 should bring a vital shift in the way the world works together on major issues such as agreeing [...]