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Non-state actors in Chad

Publications | Published on 02-12-2003

Charlotte Carlsson

This  series of briefs is designed to facilitate an exchange of information on the role played by non-state actors (NSAs) in implementing the Cotonou Partnership Agreement between the ACP and the EC. Their aim is to cite examples of innovative practices and to demonstrate the challenges facin...

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InfoCotonou: Do Procedures Hamper Policy Ambitions?

Publications | Published on 01-12-2003

'InfoCotonou' highlights key debates, activities and events related to the implementation of the Cotonou Partnership Agreement, an agreement between the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries on the one hand, and the European Union (EU) on the other. ACP-EU actors are encouraged to sh...

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The Cotonou Agreement: A User's Guide for Non-State Actors - Annexes I-III

Publications | Published on 01-11-2003

What is this guide about? As the ACP-EC cooperation is no longer restricted to governments, opportunities for participation are now provided to non-state actors in the ACP countries. For these non-state actors to be fully involved in cooperation, they need to be well informed on the contents o...

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The Cotonou Agreement: A User's Guide for Non-State Actors - Annexes IV-VII

Publications | Published on 01-11-2003

What is this guide about? As the ACP-EC cooperation is no longer restricted to governments, opportunities for participation are now provided to non-state actors in the ACP countries. For these non-state actors to be fully involved in cooperation, they need to be well informed on the contents o...

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The Cotonou Agreement: A User's Guide for Non-State Actors - Annexes VIII-X

Publications | Published on 01-11-2003

What is this guide about? As the ACP-EC cooperation is no longer restricted to governments, opportunities for participation are now provided to non-state actors in the ACP countries. For these non-state actors to be fully involved in cooperation, they need to be well informed on the contents o...

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The Cotonou Agreement: A User's Guide for Non-State Actors - Annexes XI-XIV

Publications | Published on 01-11-2003

What is this guide about? As the ACP-EC cooperation is no longer restricted to governments, opportunities for participation are now provided to non-state actors in the ACP countries. For these non-state actors to be fully involved in cooperation, they need to be well informed on the contents o...

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The Cotonou Agreement: A User's Guide for Non-State Actors - Chapter 1

Publications | Published on 01-11-2003

What is this guide about? As the ACP-EC cooperation is no longer restricted to governments, opportunities for participation are now provided to non-state actors in the ACP countries. For these non-state actors to be fully involved in cooperation, they need to be well informed on the contents o...

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The Cotonou Agreement: A User's Guide for Non-State Actors - Chapter 2

Publications | Published on 01-11-2003

What is this guide about? As the ACP-EC cooperation is no longer restricted to governments, opportunities for participation are now provided to non-state actors in the ACP countries. For these non-state actors to be fully involved in cooperation, they need to be well informed on the contents o...

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The Cotonou Agreement: A User's Guide for Non-State Actors - Chapter 3

Publications | Published on 01-11-2003

What is this guide about? As the ACP-EC cooperation is no longer restricted to governments, opportunities for participation are now provided to non-state actors in the ACP countries. For these non-state actors to be fully involved in cooperation, they need to be well informed on the contents o...

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The Cotonou Agreement: A User's Guide for Non-State Actors - Chapter 4

Publications | Published on 01-11-2003

What is this guide about? As the ACP-EC cooperation is no longer restricted to governments, opportunities for participation are now provided to non-state actors in the ACP countries. For these non-state actors to be fully involved in cooperation, they need to be well informed on the contents o...

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