The EU must ensure small farmers are protected against multinational agribusiness when encouraging private investment in agriculture.
With only genuine aid being accounted, it would take the EU and its Member States another 30 years to reach their commitment to 0.7% GNI, reveals the CONCORD AidWatch report 2017 “EU Aid Uncovered – how to reach the target on time” published today.
How much did each EU country give to ODA in 2016? Get an answer in the accompanying graphs of the 2017 AidWatch Report.
In this paper, CONCORD sets out to shed more light on the EU’s impact assessments, seeing in them one of the mechanisms that could make its policies more coherent with sustainable development.
What is and what should be the role of the private sector in development? CONCORD launches its new report “10 point roadmap for Europe on the role of the private sector in development” compiling ten areas of action for the EU to ensure a fair, sustainable and accountable contribution of the private sector to the 2030 Agenda.
The 2017 CONCORD AidWatch Report will be launched on 16 October and the paper available on 17 October. Do not miss this key publication and join our launch event in Brussels!
Do you know all about EU Presidencies? Do you have a solid body of experience as trainer and writer? Then this job is tailored for you! Send your application by 14 July 2017.
From 7 February to 3 may 2017, the European Commission held a Public Consultation on the EU External Financing Instruments. Read our reply.
2016 confirmed that solidarity is the only way to effectively tackle the current issues our world is facing. Civil society organisations such as CONCORD Europe have an important role to play as drivers for change.
What does an effective partnership between EU Delegations and Civil Society Organisations look like? Which impact have the EU roadmaps on the EU-Civil Society dialogue at country level? Do the EU funding modalities and instruments fit the needs of all Civil Society Organisations whatever their size and role? Get an answer and discover the other key findings in our new report “EU Delegations – Towards a more effective partnership with civil society”.