The 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome is a huge opportunity to take stock of how far Europe has come – and how far we still have to go – in order to offer a sustainable and prosperous future to everyone in Europe. Going in that direction, more than 230 Civil society organisations and trade unions have signed the joint statement entitled “The Europe we want: Just, Sustainable, Democratic and Inclusive” which has been sent to EU leaders.
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”.
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EU Delegations Report 2015: "Mutual engagement between EU Delegations and civil society organisations"
A new report by CONCORD, the European confederation of Relief and Development NGOs, looks at the mutual engagement between EU’s delegations and civil society organisations across the world. The report comes at a timely moment as this month the European Year for Development 2015 was launched with a dedicated focus on Europe in the world.