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Our Conflict, Security and Resilience programme in 2015

Pages | Published on 10-06-2016

What has our Conflict, Security and Resilience team been doing in 2015? Find out more in this dossier.

Shared responsibility for human rights and global value chains

Events | Published on 16-03-2016

G7, OECD, SDGs have all put great emphasis on the need to foster sustainable supply chains

ODA and Fragile Environments: The Shift of Development Finance and Assistance in the Post-2015 Agenda

Events | Published on 13-07-2015

Side event of the Third International Conference on Financing for Development, organised by the Belgian Ministry for Development Cooperation.

A New Climate for Peace: Taking Action on Climate and Fragility Risks

Events | Published on 29-06-2015

Launch of a major new report, “A New Climate of Peace: Taking Action on Climate and Fragility Risks”, investigating the impact of climate change on fragility and conflict. The report was commissioned by the G7 member states, developed by the four consortium partners and supported by both the Commission and the EEAS, among others.

G8 New Alliance threatening land rights?

GREAT insights magazine | Published on 18-06-2015

Isabelle Brachet | Antoine Bouhey

What is the New Alliance really promising to the 50 million Africans it hopes to take out of poverty by 2022? Should we accept taking people’s land and voice away as par for the course for agricultural transformation?

Review of the UN Peacebuilding Architecture: The Perspective of Civil Society and the EU

Events | Published on 15-04-2015

The UN Peacebuilding Architecture (PBA) was agreed in 2005 so that international actors would cooperate to develop more coherent and better-funded responses to countries emerging from violent conflict (including peacekeeping, development, humanitarian and human rights aspects) in order to prevent relapse into conflict again.

International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding

Pages | Published on 03-02-2015

In the global discourse on the security-development nexus a number of principles emerged which were framed in the New Deal, prepared by the International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding.

Infrastructure in Africa: on Technical Fixes and Politics

Talking Points Blog | Published on 17-12-2014

Bert Jacobs

17-12-2014 By Bert Jacobs, University of Antwerp (part of the ECDPM-theIDLGroup project on the Political Economy of Regional Integration in Africa) With interest in African infrastructure investment at an all-time high, Africa's regional institutions can play a key role in making the most o...

Peacebuilding and Statebuilding

GREAT insights magazine | Published on 04-12-2014

Today, violent conflict and insecurity affect more than 1.5 billion people globally. This issue of GREAT Insights is our first ever issue on peacebuilding and statebuilding - it includes contributions from Joelle Jenny, Director for Conflict Prevention and Security Policy at the EEAS, Dr. Khabele Matlosa, Director for Political Affairs at the AUC, Habib Ur Rehman Mayar, g7+ Secretariat Specialist and various other consultants and advisors.


Fostering Private Sector Development in Fragile States: Why Public-Private Dialogue is Part of the Recipe

GREAT insights magazine | Published on 27-11-2014

Steve Utterwulghe

Private sector development is playing a crucial role in post-conflict economic development and poverty alleviation strategies in fragile states - GREAT insights Magazine

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