Annual Report 2018 – Fifteen years of collective actions

Annual Report 2018 – Fifteen years of collective actions

Twenty eighteen marked the 15th anniversary of our confederation. In 15 years, the world has changed and the challenges we face now are bigger than ever. How is the Development community affected by these global challenges? What are the trends in the sector? The reflection starts with our Annual Report 2018 which provides a good overview of the past year’s activities. The report includes our biggest achievements and reports on the main statutory elements needed for a transparent and accountable constituency.

Talking Development Podcast  Ep.2  (with Gina Wharton) – Strengthening Our Ties : Why The EU needs an eye-level Partnership with Africa

Talking Development Podcast Ep.2 (with Gina Wharton) – Strengthening Our Ties : Why The EU needs an eye-level Partnership with Africa

Gina Wharton, Advocacy Advisor at the European Network of the International Planned Parenthood Federation sits down with us to discuss the future of EU-Africa relations, the importance of human development and why the EU needs partnerships based on fairness and equality.

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.

Learning & Exchange Forum 2018 – Cultural Shift towards resilience

Learning & Exchange Forum 2018 – Cultural Shift towards resilience

CONCORD members gathered in Prague on 26 and 28 November to explore possibilities of a Cultural Shift in NGOs sector. In the current environment where Civil Society Organisations are challenged, criminalised and losing support from their governments and the citizens, the aim of Learning and Exchange Forum 2018 was to explore how and to what extent CSOs need to change their culture and sharpen their values to remain relevant and true to themselves.