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PFD Africa
Between 8 and 10 October 2018, representatives of civil society organisations, the private sector and local authorities from across Africa gathered in Gaborone for the third Regional Meeting Africa of the Policy Forum on Development (PFD).
In recent years, an increase in authoritarian regimes and the introduction of restrictive laws have resulted in a shrinking space for civil society in over a hundred countries. Engaging civil society actors at the international level and including their say in development policies can counter these worrying trends.
Forum members sit down for a discussion
The Policy Forum on Development (PFD) provides a platform for members of civil society, local authorities, the private sector and European institutions to shape development policies together. The first European Regional Meeting in Ghent in January 2018 provided a chance for a discussion on what works – and what doesn’t – laying the groundwork for new partnerships in pursuit of shared objectives.
Marc LINTS uploaded a new Document 2 February 2018
Group: UNESCO

 

INVITATION

Voici le nouveau site du projet concernant les cultures créoles

des Caraïbes à l’Océan Indien,

Dans la perspective d’une candidature commune des « nations créoles » de la

CULTURE CREOLE

Au Patrimoine immatériel de l’UNESCO.

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From12 February 2018
in Brussels (Belgium)
Organised byInternational Disability and Development Consortium

The International Disability and Development Consortium invites you to the launch event of its Photo Exhibition "Together for Inclusion" which aims to promote a positive perspective of the inclusion of persons with disabilities in developing countries.

Dorothee Fischer uploaded a new Document 12 January 2018

A perspective of civil society on institutional systems for PCD in EU Member States

Dorothee Fischer uploaded a new Document 12 January 2018

CONCORD has been monitoring the relationship between European Union Delegations (EUDs) and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in partner countries since 2005, when the EU decided to deconcentrate a large part of the management and adminis- tration of its development finance to EU delegations.

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