Navigating the new normal: EU-AU partnerships in the post-COVID era – Volume 9, Issue 3, 2020

This issue of Great Insights explores the essence of the partnership between the AU and EU from the perspectives of policymakers, business leaders, city officials and individual thinkers. Their insights push decision makers to reimagine the relationship as they navigate the pandemic-induced ‘new normal’.

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    Navigating the new normal: EU-AU partnerships in the post-COVID era – Editorial

    EU-African relations are a strategic issue: Here’s why
    Josep Borrell, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission

    AU-EU partnership: Goals and expectations
    Dr Levi Uche Madueke, Head of African Union Strategic Partnerships

    How Europe-Africa relations were liberated from decades-old thinking
    Marta Gabarova, European Commissioner for Africa

    Africa needs a strategy for Europe
    Tighisti Amare, Assistant Director of the Africa Programme at Chatham House

    European Investment Bank tackles COVID-19 and climate change with its African partners
    Ambroise Fayolle, Vice President of the European Investment Bank

    Using the AU-EU partnership to make strides towards a more circular economy on both continents
    Jeske van Seters, Head of the Private Sector Engagement Programme, ECDPM

    Mayors on migration: ‘Change the narrative by changing realities on the ground’ 
    Interview with Freetown’s Mayor, Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr and the Mayor of Milan, Giuseppe Sala

    Pandemic brings urgency to transform the world’s food system now
    John Kariuki Mwangi, Vice President of the Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity

    COVID-19 reaffirms the importance of good governance and effective states in Africa
    George Mukundi Wachira, CEO of the Maendeleo Group

    How can we judge the AU-EU partnership on peace and security?
    Volker Hauck, Head of the Security and Resilience Programme, and Lidet Tadesse Shiferaw, Policy Officer, Security and Resilience Programme, ECDPM

    EU–AU partnership in research and innovation: identifying strategies for equitable and sustainable research
    Mamadou Sy, Director of Strategies and planning of research, Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, Senegal and Mamadou Diouldé Diallo, research in Science, Technology and Innovation (STI), Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, Senegal

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