Four real life stories from Chad, Tanzania, Zambia and Peru.
EU policies can have major negative impacts on poor people’s lives across the world.
Tax dodging by EU companies and other transnational corporations is costing developing countries billions in lost tax revenues each year.
NGDO Platform: http://www.pagalba.org/ LITDEA: http://www.litdea.eu/ NGDO Platform
Spotlight on EU Policy Coherence for Development- The Real Life Impact of EU Policies on the Poor- Chapter 4: Climate Change and Natural Resources
CHAPTER 4: CLIMATE CHANGE AND NATURAL RESOURCES How the EU can help Adoaga Ousmane in Chad, Máxima Acuña Atalaya in Peru and communities in other developing countries to […]
Spotlight on EU Policy Coherence for Development- The Real Life Impact of EU Policies on the Poor- Chapter 3: Food and Nutrition Security
CHAPTER 3: Food and Nutrition Security How the EU could ensure that Halima Ally from Tanzania, and others like her, benefit from EU investment in agriculture How […]
Spotlight on EU Policy Coherence for Development- The Real Life Impact of EU Policies on the Poor- Chapter 2: Financing for Development
CHAPTER 2: FINANCING FOR DEVELOPMENT How the EU can stop illicit financial flows that deprive Caroline Muchanga, her family in Zambia and other citizens of developing countries of their […]
Spotlight on EU Policy Coherence for Development- The Real Life Impact of EU Policies on the Poor- Chapter 1: Institutional Framework
CHAPTER 1: INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK How the EU can make fairer, more coherent decisions for the well-being of all The time has come for the EU to face up […]
The European Union (EU) is a key actor in financing for development. It is home to many transnational companies and has a globally significant financial sector. It is the biggest […]
The European Commission has adopted a proposal to make 2015 the European Year of Development. The formal proposal will now be considered for adoption by the Parliament and Council. 2015 […]
CONCORD’s response to the European Commission’s 2013 Development Education and Awareness Raising Call.
The UN’s post 2015 report on the future development framework is too growth focussed.
Should there be a new political portfolio for “global issues”? The emergence of a new mandate within the traditional family of Foreign Affairs.
Europe’s role in tackling global challenges should have had a more ambitious budget.
The EU should remain committed to international aid targets.
Civil society organisations from across the world launch new development effectiveness platform.
European citizens are holding their own “summit” in Brussels on 23-24 September.
Time for a fairer deal for African, Caribbean and Pacific countries. A roundup of CONCORD’s activities at the JPA.
CONCORD’s Briefing Papers on the Joint Parliamentary Assembly cover several issues such as the 11th EDF, the Agenda for Change, Migration, Energy and EPAs.
In June 2013, the UK will host the next G8 summit in Lough Erne, Northern Ireland. Food and nutrition security are important points on the agenda
EU aid commitments are under threat, but meeting aid targets is still achievable. The AidWatch policy paper explains how.