ECDPM Releases New Dossier on ACP-EU relations

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08 Dec 2014

Designed for policy makers, practitioners and interested stakeholders in ACP and EU countries, this new dossier by the European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM) contains a guide that brings together, in a quick summary, various ECDPM resources which are relevant to this multi-faceted topic.

Exceprt from the New ECDPM Dossier: What Future for the Cotonou Agreement and ACP-EU Relations?

The Cotonou Partnership Agreement between the European Union and the African, Caribbean, and Pacific (ACP) Group of States aims to reduce poverty and contribute to sustainable development by the gradual integration of ACP countries into the world economy. It will end in 2020, and discussions on its future have now begun in earnest and will be a top priority for the ACP and EU development focussed stakeholders during 2015. On Tuesday December 9th, the ACP Committee of Ambassadors will publish their thoughts on the future of the ACP group and future ACP countries’ cooperation with the EU. The ACP’s Eminent Person’s Group on the Future of the ACP is also due to report shortly.

Read the full dossier on the ECDPM website

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