AidWatch Report 2018 is out!

For the first time since 2012, the EU’s aid spending decreased in 2017. Discover all the latest figures and trends in EU Aid in this report.

A new Cotonou Agreement?

Get the latest updates and positions on the negotiations of the new EU-ACP agreement in this timeline.

Why should we go beyond GDP?

What is GDP? And why should we go beyond economic growth? CONCORD advocates for genuine measures of progress focusing on the people and the planet.

Democracy under attack! Collective call for action

In the framework of the EU Colloquium on Fundamental Rights, CONCORD signed a joint statement calling on EU leaders to stand up for Democracy!

How to address inequality?

Don’t miss our recent response to the consultation on how to address inequality through EU development cooperation.

EU Gender Action Plan: Transforming lives ?

Is the EU Gender Action Plan II actually improved the lives of women and girls in the world? Don’t miss our new report!

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The upcoming presidency trio needs to set Europe on a sustainable path

The upcoming presidency trio needs to set Europe on a sustainable path

Romania, Finland and Croatia recently published the Trio Programme for their upcoming EU Council Presidencies. The Trio Programme sets the joint political priorities for the presidencies and does not suggest radical changes, but puts emphasis on jobs and growth meaning business as in EU politics. European NGOs would like to see human rights based policies aiming at well-being within planetary boundaries.

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Future EU Budget delay? Funding gap could put vital development aid at risk

Future EU Budget delay? Funding gap could put vital development aid at risk

Brussels, 12 December 2018 – Ahead of the European Council during which the external relations part of the future EU budget will be discussed, CONCORD, the European Confederation of Development NGOs, urges EU leaders to safeguard the amount dedicated to Heading VI (external relations) and agree on the political timeline. The future development aid budget and the European Union’s engagement in addressing global challenges is at stake.

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