Read the recommendations of civil society organisations on the DAC’s Approach to Incorporating Private Sector Instruments in Aid budget!
Before the EU Council, CONCORD Europe, together with more than 100 NGOs, strongly condemned the “New Migration Partnership Framework” and joined the #StayHuman.
Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda represented us in the high level panel and highlighted the crucial role of civil society in development.
Discover CONCORD activities and successes over 2015, financial information, membership updates and statutory documents.
How is the quality of the relationship between Civil Society and EU Delegations? CONCORD survey will help us to find out! Please fill in the survey before 10 September.read more
On Thursday 30 June we organised a webinar in order to answer some of our members’ interrogations concerning the impact of Brexit for European Civil Society and for our confederation. Here are the main outcomes.read more
CONCORD in the news: The UK referendum result casts doubt on many of the EU’s values: pluralism, non-discrimination, tolerance, justice, solidarity and equality, and a commitment to sustainable development and poverty eradication worldwide, write Geneviève Pons and Seamus Jeffreson.read more
Will Estonia, Finland, France and Germany lead the way towards Sustainable Development?
Governmental representatives from around the world gather in New York this July to review progress made to deliver on Agenda 2030 in the first 10 months. Four EU Member States – Estonia, Finland, France and Germany – are among the first 22 countries to report on their national preparation for implementing the 2030 Agenda. National platforms of CONCORD have analysed the respective reports of their countries and pointed out their pros and cons.