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How is development aid being spent?

AidWatch Report 2017 reveals EU trends in development aid. For genuine aid targets to be met, please come back in 2052.

Together we make the difference! #BlowTheCandle

Climate change, food insecurity, gender inequality, resource constraints, forced migration, financial and economic crises…. We cannot wait any longer: we need to act NOW!

Seeing the bigger picture

What is the impact of EU policies in the world? Get an answer in this report analysing the Impact Assessment.

El Salvador Declaration of the Peoples

The El Salvador Declaration of the peoples of Europe and Latin America and the Caribbean outlines civil society’s main recommendations for their governments in the framework of the bi-regional relations.

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Do you campaign? Feedback from the Learning & Exchange Forum 2017

Do you campaign? Feedback from the Learning & Exchange Forum 2017

CONCORD members gathered in Tallinn on 8th and 9th November to challenge and practice their and CONCORD’s campaigning skills. This event aims to foster information-sharing and mutual learning between our members on the solutions they are exploring. Our Estonian member, AKU, supported the preparation of the event.

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Private sector and development: The EU is not doing enough!

Private sector and development: The EU is not doing enough!

CONCORD in the news: This article by Isabelle Brachet, CONCORD expert on Sustainable Development and EU Policy advisor at ActionAid, on the role of the private sector in Development has been initially published in Euractiv. To ensure business enterprises play their role in generating more and better jobs and contribute to the transition towards a green and sustainable economic model in the Global South, the EU needs to adopt in-depth reforms.

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Today, less than one euro out of 5 reaches least developing countries. OECD, time to reverse the trend.

Today, less than one euro out of 5 reaches least developing countries. OECD, time to reverse the trend.

Ahead of the DAC high-level meeting, CONCORD encourages the OECD to ensure aid maintains a laser focus on eradicating poverty and sustainable development for all. The outcomes of the meeting could reinforce current worrying trends for EU aid: decrease of aid to least developed countries, increase of conditionality and securitisation of aid as well as an increase of in-donor country costs reported.

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