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Southern Mediterranean NGOs and the quest for a new social contract in the region

Talking Points Blog | Published on 22-06-2012

Nicola Tissi

Few would question the importance of civil society’s role in the events of the Arab Spring, especially in Tunisia and Egypt. Non-state actors were a catalyst for change, particularly as they were vocal in calling for more democratic participation, for government accountability and for a legal framework ensuring the respect of human rights.


SPRING programme 9 months on: time for much needed stock taking

Talking Points Blog | Published on 08-06-2012

Nicola Tissi

08-06-2012 In response to the wave of change unfolding in its Southern Neighbourhood, the EU announced several initiatives reacting to the transitions in the region.  While my colleagues Faten Aggad and Alisa Herrero Cangas already gave a broad overview of EU’s initiatives in ...


Who is who at the new African Union Commission

Talking Points Blog | Published on 11-10-2012

Nicola Tissi

With the new African Union Commission (AUC) set to take office in a matter of days, many are curious to see how it will differ from the previous one. In this sense it crucial to looking at who the Commissioners will be.


EU-Africa relations: what’s in store for 2013?

Talking Points Blog | Published on 26-10-2012

Nicola Tissi

Each year ECDPM publishes a Policy Brief, on Challenges for EU-Africa Relations, outlining key events and expected trends for the year to come.


ACP-EU Relations beyond 2020: Exploring European Perceptions

Publications | Published on 23-10-2013

Dr. Mario Negre | Niels Keijzer | Nicola Tissi

The Cotonou Partnership Agreement (CPA), which governs relations between the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) group and the European Union (EU), will expire in the year 2020. While the three pillars of this framework addressing political dialogue, development cooperation and trade are ge...

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Can the Pan-African Programme Revitalise the JAES?

Publications | Published on 02-06-2012

Nicola Tissi

With the adoption of the Joint Africa-EU Strategy (JAES) in 2007, Africa and Europe intended to herald a new era in their relationship; an era where the EU would deal with Africa in its entireness, and one in which the post-colonial legacy and the exclusive development focus of their relati...

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The road to the 2014 Summit

Publications | Published on 01-12-2012

Nicola Tissi

ECDPM surveys Africa-EU relations at the start of 2013 and asks what issues are likely to be key agenda points for the Fourth EU-Africa Summit in 2014.

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The Road Ahead for the African Governance Architecture: An Overview of Current Challenges and Possible Solutions

Publications | Published on 01-02-2014

Nicola Tissi

Following a range of previous commitments to improve the status of governance in Africa, in 2011 the African Union (AU) established the African Governance Architecture (AGA) as the flagship initiative of its ‘shared values’ agenda.

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Towards Renewal or Oblivion? Prospects for Post-2020 Cooperation between the European Union and the Africa, Caribbean and Pacific Group

Publications | Published on 12-09-2013

Dr. Mario Negre | Niels Keijzer | Nicola Tissi

The Cotonou Partnership Agreement, the current framework for the EU’s political, trade and development cooperation with the African, Caribbean, Pacific (ACP) Group, is set to expire in 2020. A fundamental rethinking of the Agreement is now underway. Most studies on future modalities for ACP-...

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