Our three demands for a Brexit putting people and our planet first

Our three demands for a Brexit putting people and our planet first

By the end of the month, Theresa May, the Prime Minister of United Kingdom will formally trigger the Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon as the first official step for UK to begin the negotiations to exit the European Union. In reaction to that, we are presenting our open letter co-written by Farah Nazeer, Director of Policy and Campaigns at Bond and Johannes Trimmel, President of CONCORD. This op-ed lists 3 key recommendations for UK leaders and EU government officials from the perspective of development focused civil society sector organisations.

Human rights? Irrelevant for EU migration policies!

Human rights? Irrelevant for EU migration policies!

On the occasion of the EU leaders meeting, taking place in Valletta on February 8-9, CONCORD expresses its concern that Official Development Assistance (ODA) is increasingly used for the promotion of European migration and security interests. This is policy incoherence in its worst form, ignoring the EU Treaty obligation for Policy Coherence for Development and the 2030 Agenda’s commitment to Policy Coherence for Sustainable Development.

Job Offer: Policy and Advocacy Coordinator

Job Offer: Policy and Advocacy Coordinator

Are you passionate about EU development policies? Do you have constructive coordination skills? Can you work effectively and cooperatively with others towards shared goals? Then, you might be our next Policy and Advocacy Coordinator joining the team. Apply by February 22nd.