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Capacity4dev Team created a new WIKI page 6 August 2014

In October 2012, the PFD members were consulted on the proposed Strategy for the Thematic Programme on CSO and LA covering the period 2014-2020.

Salima Chitalia created a new WIKI page 6 August 2014

The Policy Forum on Development (PFD) is the result of a Structured Dialogue, which brings together Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and Local Authorities (LAs) from the European Union and partner countries with European Institutions and bodies.

Capacity4dev Team created a new WIKI page 6 August 2014

The Policy Forum gathers representatives of CSOs and LAs from global, European and regional levels together with representatives of European Institutions. The CSOs include NGOs, trade unions, cooperatives and private sector representatives. 

Capacity4dev Team created a new WIKI page 6 August 2014

The PFD has assembled a number of ressources from its activities.

Marc Noel posted Information 8 August 2014

Please, visit the new online database with more than 400 international cooperative projects.
‘Cooperatives in development’ online platform is live

Salima Chitalia posted Information 8 August 2014

I’m pleased to inform you about the adoption of the new Commission Communication on the private sector’s role in development:

Salima Chitalia posted Information 8 August 2014

On 2nd of June 2014 the Commission adopted its new Communication "A Decent Life for All: from Vision to collective Action" which describes key principles and proposes priority areas and potential targets for the years following 2015, as a contribution towards establishing a limited number of Sust

Suman Chowdhury Mony posted Information 15 August 2014

Few years ago people of a rural area of Anowara, a sub district of port city Chittagong, Bangladesh, sowed paddy plants in a road to protest the Government for not taking initiatives furnishing that road by bricks.

From16 September 2014
in Brussels (Belgium)
Organised byBright Chameleon

Strategic planning for nonprofits: Inspiration from success

We will take you through an amazing story from an unexpected source to
explore how success was built from a vision and strategy, and how non profits
can inspire themselves in this case to create impact.


* From vision to strategy                          

* Creating an action plan and implementation strategy

* Monitoring and adapting the plan 

* Communication and involvement

Event link:!training-agenda/c4wu [1]

This seminar is free for our partners and non partners alike. Available
places are limited so we strongly advise you to confirm your seat in advance.
Maximum of 2 people from the same organisation.

Register via event link or to email:


Sara Simon posted Information 15 September 2014

In the lead up to the regional PFD in Lima, Jacqueline Moustache-Belle and Jorge Balbis took some time to share their perspectives on the PFD. You can read excerpts from these interviews here!

From the Interview with Jacqueline Moustache-Belle: