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Laetitia Ricklin uploaded a new Document 14 April 2017

Please find the agenda of the 4 preparatory seminars (on Migration, Resilience, Human Rights and governance, and Reducing inequalities) to be held on 25-27 April 2017 for civil society organisations of the Southern Mediterranean.

 

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Caroline Garcia created a new WIKI page 2 May 2016

The fourth global Policy Forum on Development meeting brought together over 160 representatives from civil society, local authorities, European institutions, EU member states and the private sector.

Laetitia Ricklin created a new WIKI page 17 April 2017

Please find below the preparatory documents, report and main recommendations related to the Seminar on Reducing Inequalities which was held in Tunis on 25-27 April 2017, as well as the ppt presentation of BRUSSELS JULY FORUM which includes the main conclusions and recommendations of the plenary d

Sandra Oliveira uploaded a new Document 4 September 2019
Programme: DEAR

Report on a DEAR Learning and Development Hub, hosted by CEGA in April 2019. This workshop involved 24 representatives of four EC-DEAR projects over a period of two days in Sófia. Participants represented different CSOs and local authorities based in EU Member States.

Roadmap Support Facility posted Information 29 May 2015

All you want to know about the EU Country Roadmaps and how Europe is strengthening its engagement with Civil Society, is now available in this 

South Africa is sometimes known as “the gay heaven” of Africa, where same-sex marriage is legal and human rights for all are enshrined in the post-Apartheid Constitution. But there is a gulf between the legal framework and the LGBTI community’s lived experience. Discrimination and brutal hate crimes continue, especially in rural areas. ZwaKala is an EU-funded programme implemented by Iranti-org which builds local capacity to document and report on hate crimes and human rights violations.
Daphné Barbotte posted Information 22 March 2017

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.

Having managed to slip away briefly from her household chores, Joyce Mtenje sits at a wooden desk in a district resource centre in Malawi, flipping through the pages of “The Nation” newspaper. She's taking advantage of an EU-funded centre that's about to transform to a Malawian institution.
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.

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