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.

How to address inequality?

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

AidEx 2018 on Digitalisation

Don’t miss one of the largest events for the sector. This year’s edition focuses on “Revolution in the digital age: safeguarding a future for all.”

The next EU budget: What about development?

Let’s make the next EU budget work for development! Have a look at our dedicated webpage to know more about the process and the next steps.

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!

A new Cotonou Agreement?

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

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The impact of EU policies in the world. Seeing the bigger picture – one year on

The impact of EU policies in the world. Seeing the bigger picture – one year on

One year after CONCORD’s report analysing whether Commission impact assessments sufficiently take into account the impact of policy proposals on developing countries, where do we stand? Did the Commission learn to use more systematically and carefully the Better Regulation guidelines? In this new paper, CONCORD conducts a quantitative analysis of the impact assessments from 2017 and the first half of 2018, comparing this with our data from previous years, and a more in-depth qualitative analysis of 3 particular cases.

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Migration is not a problem to be ‘managed’ – The real concern is inequality.

Migration is not a problem to be ‘managed’ – The real concern is inequality.

CONCORD in the news: Letter to Editors initially published in POLITICO, written by Davide Gnes and Fanni Bihari.
Much of the current migration from developing countries to Europe — when not responding to immediate threats such as conflict, political persecution, famine and instability — is just a symptom, among many, of the massive social and economic gap that exists between certain regions of the world.

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The EU Multi-stakeholder platform adopts common proposals towards Sustainable EU by 2030

The EU Multi-stakeholder platform adopts common proposals towards Sustainable EU by 2030

Today, 30 high-level members from the EU’s Multi-stakeholder Platform on SDGs adopted common proposals from civil society, public and private to move towards a Sustainable EU by 2030. Despite coming all from very different backgrounds, representing very diverse constituencies, we managed to find common ground and strongly push together in the same direction. This paper will now feed into the upcoming European Commission reflection paper ‘Towards a Sustainable Europe by 2030’.

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