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Will we reduce inequalities if we “foster inclusive growth”? A panel discussion I joined recently suggested so. Time to disagree.
CONCORD Europe, together with some of our members were present at the just ended European Development Days 2019, themed “Addressing inequalities: building a world that leaves no one behind” which took place on the 18th-19th of June in Brussels.
CONCORD in the news: Open Letter addressed to EU leaders from +150 organisations demanding sustainable development in EU’s top priority for the next five years.
Our 16th General Assembly gathered our members in Brussels for 2 days on June 12th and 13th. In a challenging global context where inequalities are constantly increasing, our members jointly exchanged on political priorities and decided on the fair way forward for our confederation.
As the dust is settling after May’s European Parliament elections, signs for change are becoming visible. But despite these reassuring signs of progress, we are still missing essential pieces to the puzzle.
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.
What makes us feel safe when we leave our homes in the morning? A call to work towards global human security.
Talking Development Podcast Ep.3 (with Laura Sullivan) – Say Yes To Change! Why voting at EU level matters
In this (for now) last episode of Talking Development, WeMove.EU’s Laura Sullivan talks democracy: the hottest topics of these EP elections, political apathy, why there are reasons for hope!