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What has thinking and working politically ever done for us?

Blog | Published on 10-12-2018

Bruce Byiers

Development is nothing if not political. Yet development policy and interventions are often premised [...]


Small changes, big world: An inspiration for Europe and middle-income countries fighting climate change ahead of COP24

Blog | Published on 26-11-2018

Mariella Di Ciommo | Sanne Thijssen

The COP24 in Katowice, possibly the most important climate summit following the ratification of the [...]


Industrialising Africa one nut at a time

Blog | Published on 22-11-2018

Bruce Byiers | Jeske van Seters

High fives for industrialisation Today is Africa Industrialisation Day. Falling just between World T [...]


What just happened? On Africa, EU aid, trade and Brexit – Seven key questions answered

Blog | Published on 19-11-2018

Andrew Sherriff | Emmanuel De Groof

The UK Cabinet backed the draft agreement on the UK s withdrawal from the EU. Chief European Commiss [...]


De EU als reddingsboei: prioriteiten voor een positief multilateralisme

Blog | Published on 16-10-2018

James Mackie

Op 17 and 18 oktober 2018 organiseert ECDPM samen met de andere leden van de European Think Tanks Gr [...]


De EU als reddingsboei: prioriteiten voor een positief multilateralisme

Blog | Published on 16-10-2018

James Mackie

Op 17 and 18 oktober 2018 organiseert ECDPM samen met de andere leden van de European Think Tanks Gr [...]


The EU to the rescue: priorities for a positive multilateralism

Blog | Published on 16-10-2018

James Mackie

On 17 and 18 October 2018, ECDPM, together with the other members of the European Think Tanks Group [...]


Philanthropy and Africa’s demographic growth: Finding allies to support the potential of young people

Blog | Published on 15-10-2018

Emmanuel De Groof | Sanne Thijssen

During the past decades, the significant demographic growth on the African continent has added press [...]


Philanthropy and Africa’s demographic growth: Finding allies to support the potential of young people

Blog | Published on 15-10-2018

Emmanuel De Groof | Sanne Thijssen

During the past decades, the significant demographic growth on the African continent has added press [...]


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 [...]