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EU development policy at a crossroad, without a compass?

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24 Apr 2019

Launch event of the EADI Working Group “The European Union as a Development Actor”, Ljubljana, 4 April

According to Working Group co-convenor Maja Bucar, the European Union (EU) is widely considered to be an important actor in international development policy. EU policy-makers take pride in the EU being “the world’s largest donor” and the recent OECD-DAC Peer Review (2018) emphasized the EU’s “leadership” in development cooperation.

EU development policy at a crossroad, without a compass? Ljubljana, 4 April 2019

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04 Apr 2019

You are cordially invited to the launch workshop of our new Working Group "The European Union as a Development Actor", held at the Faculty of Social Sciences in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The workshop will provide a scrutiny of the proposed Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument (NDICI)

Will the Future EU Budget Water Down the Consensus on Poverty Reduction and Sustainable Development?

18 Mar 2019

Blog post by Amelia Hadfield and Simon Lightfoot on the EADI blog "Debating Development Research":

The European Union (EU)’s draft Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) for 2021-27 is currently under negotiation. If approved, the EU’s development cooperation budget would increase by 30% despite Brexit. Given the possible political sensitivities around these discussions, the most recent peer review of the EU’s plans by the OECD’s Development Assistance Committee (DAC) did not swerve the issue and made a number of recommendations relating to the political context of the MFF negotiations. Read more

Development Cooperation of the ‘New' EU Member States Beyond Europeanization

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26 Aug 2015

This new book, edited by Ondrej Horký-Hluchán and Simon Lightfoot is a comprehensive analysis of the international development policies of the ten Central and Eastern European countries that joined the EU between 2004 and 2007.

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