Drawing lessons for the future Global Compacts, CONCORD’s paper focuses on the externalisation of migration and asylum policies implemented by the EU over the last decade.
Is Europe coherent when it comes to its Development Policy? CONCORD answered the public consultation of the EU evaluating the Coherence of its Development policy from 2019 to 2016. Have a look!
Does inflation, diversion or conditionality mean something to you? Don’t miss our new report clarifying how EU’s development cooperation and migration agendas are interlinked in today’s EU policies.
What is the link between an African migrant stuck in a Libyan center waiting for the next boat and EU money? The EU Trust for Africa, a huge EU fund dedicated to migration. How does that work? Get the answer in our latest report!
CONCORD Europe was invited to speak during the DEVE Committee meeting on 16 May, 2018 under the agenda point “Multi-annual Financial Framework (MFF) for 2021-2027: what does it mean for development cooperation?“. Katerzyna Lemanska (Coordination SUD/GHA) was representing our confederation, in the presence of the DEVE committee and the European Commission. Here are the outcomes of the discussion.read more
CONCORD invited Mr. Million Belay to attend the agroecology event “Opportunities and challenges for European development policy” at the European Parliament on March 20th 2018, and to provide a first-hand experience of the positive impact of agroecology on the life and work of smallholder farmers in Africa.read more
In 2018, EU Delegations have been updating the EU country roadmaps for Engagement with Civil Society. During the previous cycle, more than 100 country roadmaps were adopted, most of which covered the period 2014-2017. In order to facilitate the engagement of civil society with the EU Delegations in the process of consultation at country level, CONCORD has designed this briefing paper in 3 languages (EN, FR, ES).read more
Safeguards against sexual exploitation and abuse in development and humanitarian action – European NGOs action points
At the end of April, CONCORD was invited to discuss the recently highlighted issue of sexual misconduct in humanitarian work in the course of a joint workshop with the European Parliament’s DEVE committee. This piece, written by Seamus Jeffreson, CONCORD Director, addresses the issue, and lists the different actions points for EU NGOs. It is drawn from his speaking points and is the product of collaboration and input from many CONCORD members and national platforms across the EU.read more