Lessons from Iraq and India on building ‘resilient’ recovery after disasters

By |junij 8th, 2017|Build back better, cyclone, DG Devco, EU Development Days, India, Iraq, News, recovery, resilience|

Examples of how to rebuild resilient societies in the wake of natural disasters and man-made conflicts, from countries are varied as Iraq and India, were on offer during the second day of the EU Development Days conference in Brussels on Thursday (8 Ju...

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Report warns against public-private aid ‘blending’ over transparency failures

By |junij 6th, 2017|blending, DG Devco, EU Development Days, Neven Mimica, News, ODA, public-private partnership, Trade Unions, TUDCN-RSCD, UN Capital Development Fund, Xavier Michon|

A key plank of future aid funding to meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has come under fire in a report which warns against all ‘blending’ partnerships until a raft of alleged failures are fixed.

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ACP states push back at New Consensus on Development over ‘democracy’ deficit

By |maj 16th, 2017|ACP countries, CaFAD, Caribbean, democracy building, DG Devco, EU-ACP, Haiti, Madagascar, News, ODA, Post-Cotonou, Zimbabwe|

Voices from the African, Caribbean and Pacific nation states pushed back on Monday (15 May) at the focus on ‘democracy’ in the European New Consensus on Development, in a debate which opens old wounds between donor countries, and developing nations.

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Brexit ‘may mean huge loss for EU as global donor’, Parliament report warns

By |marec 22nd, 2017|aid budget, Brexit, DG Devco, DG ECHO, European Parliament, News, ODA|

Britain’s departure from the EU will challenge the bloc’s role as the world leading aid donor, and could see EU aid shrink by up to 3%, according to an authoritative new study by the European Parliament.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Brexit ‘may mean huge loss for EU as global donor’, Parliament report warns