The European Union is undertaking discusssions in the Pacific on the replacement for the Cotonou Agreement with the African Caribbean and Pacific group of countries.
The Brussels Briefing on 'Emerging donors and rising powers in agriculture in ACP countries' took place on Tuesday 27 October 2015 at the ACP Secretariat, Brussels. A
Climate change poses a serious threat to sustainable development, impacting negatively on livelihoods, ecosystems, infrastructure, health and the productive sectors.
This afternoon, panellists and PFD members discussed the Post-Cotonou framework – the future ACP-EU partnership – and the role CSOs and LAs should play in this new agreement.
The tenth edition of the European Development Days (EDD 2016) took place in Tour & Taxi on 15-16 June 2016.