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Open session of the AU Peace and Security Council

Events | Published on 30-11-2016

External event Event Briefing by IPSS, GIZ and ECDPM, presenting their core findings on the impact of the interventions of the African Union and the Regional Economic Communities (RECs) in the framework of the African Peace and Security Architecture (APSA)....


The future of EU support to peace and security in Africa: What implications for the African Peace Facility beyond 2020?

Publications | Published on 06-10-2016

On 24 June 2016, a policy seminar was held in Brussels on the future of EU support to peace and security in Africa – What implications for the African Peace Facility beyond 2020?  The seminar was co-organised by ECDPM’s Conflict, Security and Resilience Programme and the  Netherlands Pre...

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Four ideas to give Africa its place in the EU Global Strategy

Talking Points Blog | Published on 05-04-2016

The framework of traditional EU-Africa relations has become obsolete. Four ideas on why the new EU Global Strategy should modernise its link with Africa.


Weekly Compass highlights

GREAT insights magazine | Published on 22-03-2016

March 2016 March/April 2016 African Union Peace and Security Architecture: What’s the Story?Weekly Newsletter, 18 March 2016ECDPM’s visual story and background note on the African Union Peace and Security Architecture (APSA), highlights our work on peacebuilding, conflict preventi...


Peacebuilding, conflict prevention and conflict monitoring in the African Peace and Security Architecture

Publications | Published on 16-03-2016

This note looks at how the African Peace and Security Architecture (APSA) aims to implement effective peacebuilding and conflict prevention in Africa.

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Regional economic integration in the Horn of Africa: Wishful thinking or a basis for peace?

GREAT insights magazine | Published on 04-02-2016

Peacebuilding and economic integration are both long-term gradual processes that must evolve together, with an important regional dimension. No one regional organisation can take full responsibility for this, but by being adaptive and opportunistic, building on bilateral processes and growing economic interdependence while supporting peace resolution, the role for an organisation like IGAD will only grow.


The regional economic communities and implementation of the African Governance Architecture (AGA)

Publications | Published on 23-10-2015

Mehari Taddele Maru

This paper assesses the level of readiness of the regional economic community IGAD to take up the governance agenda as set out in the AGA framework.

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Rising voices in Africa

GREAT insights magazine | Published on 23-04-2015

Without good, effective governance, Africa’s present strong economic momentum will not be sustained, the rewards will be wasted and tension will increase

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Interventions of the African Union and Regional Economic Communities in the Area of Peace and Security in Africa 2007 – 2013

Events | Published on 20-04-2015

With the establishment of the APSA, the AU has shown its commitment to finding “African Solutions to African Problems in the area of Peace and Security ".


Governance in the 2014-2017 Africa-EU Roadmap

Publications | Published on 07-01-2015

First Strategic and Technical Meeting on the Operationalisation of the Africa-EU Roadmap’s 2014-2017 Governance Priority

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