Ahead of the DAC high-level meeting, CONCORD encourages the OECD to ensure aid maintains a laser focus on eradicating poverty and sustainable development for all. The outcomes of the meeting could reinforce current worrying trends for EU aid: decrease of aid to least developed countries, increase of conditionality and securitisation of aid as well as an increase of in-donor country costs reported.
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.
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!
Laura Sullivan was representing CONCORD in the Closing Ceremony of the European Development Days 2017. Here are her takes. In her first blogpost, Laura addressed the necessity of leaving the logic of economic growth as a central goal of our policies and politics on Development. Don’t miss the next episode.
CONCORD in the news: This article from Johannes Trimmel, CONCORD President, on the EU Consensus on Development has been initially published in Euractiv. The EU’s New Consensus on Development is meant to plot a roadmap to meeting the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. Instead, the draft proposal appears to prioritise migration control and military operations, writes our President.
We are looking for a consultant to conduct our next research on the Multi-annual Financial Framework (MFF) post 2021. Application can be sent until the 15th of May. More information and Terms of Reference in the blogpost.
Do you have experience in working with quantitative and quality data analysis and excellent English writing and editing skills? Are you acquainted with EU Development Cooperation issues? If you possess all these skills and knowledge, you completely fit the profile of our next AidWatch Report consultant. Send your application by April 12th at noon (CET).
One year after its commitment to the the Addis Ababa Action Agenda and the SDGs Agenda, has the EU succeed or fail to ensure Member States to make significant progress towards...
The European Union has again failed to meet its commitment to spend 0.7% of Gross National Income on Development Aid by 2015. The CONCORD Aidwatch report 2016 published today, entitled ‘This is not enough’, reveals that only five countries met their 2015 targets.