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Links 1 through 10 of 1204 by European Centre for Development Policy Management tagged eu-au

This delicious site has been replaced by ECDPM’s “The Filter” (http://thefilter.ecdpm.org/) and will not longer be updated. Please visit “The Filter” to subscribe. The Filter gives you the most relevant international cooperation news in relation to European Union external action, African governance and food security initiatives, economic governance, trade, and regional integration. Over 500 sources are scanned daily to help busy policy-makers stay up to date. The Filter is a completely searchable library, organised by topic.

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Editor’s Pick: Is there a future for Political Economy Analysis in the European Commission? Contents: Looking beyond 2013: Are Africa-EU relations still fit for purpose?; Securing Africa’s land for shared prosperity; How will new EU trade policy and changing world significance impact on Africa?; EU preferential trade agreements. Commerce, foreign policy and development aspects; Lessons learned in African peace operations; West Africa on the move to accelerate the implementation of its regional agricultural policy; ODI presents ten key facts about democracy; Overview of the decentralisation process in Latin America.

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This European Think-Tanks Group’s High-Level Conference, taking place on 28 October, will address some of the strategic and thematic questions around the future of the partnership in the lead up to the Africa-EU Summit in April 2014. It will explore, in particular, four vital areas: African private sector development, governance, food security and dialogue on peace and security challenges. Participation will include high-level speakers and interveners from Africa and Europe, including policymakers, the private sector, think-tanks and civil society. Hon. Thabo Mbeki (tbc), former President of the Republic of South Africa, will make a keynote address at the gala dinner. The event is by invitation only, but we aim to generate a lot of discussion with a wide group of stakeholders ahead of the meeting.

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More than five years have passed since the launch of the EU-Africa Summit in Lisbon, in December 2007. These five years have provided an opportunity to strengthen relations between the two continents. The 2011-2013 Action Plan adopted at the 3rd Africa-EU Summit in 2010 opened the way to a new stage in relations between the two sides, which should be consolidated at the Summit to be held in early 2014. This newsletter will provide you with a step-by-step overview of the important preparations for this high-level meeting. This e-newsletter constitutes a summary of articles recently published on the Africa-EU Partnership website

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This South Africa-EU Summit will provide an opportunity to strengthen the strategic relation between the EU and South Africa and to discuss a number of key issues, in particular the South Africa-EU strategic partnership, key peace and security topics in Africa and beyond, but also global governance, climate change, trade, development issues, and the relations between Africa and Europe as a whole, as set down in the joint Africa-EU strategy.

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The revised timetable provides for the following summits: · Eastern partnership summit: Vilnius, 28-29 November 2013 · EU-Africa summit: Brussels, 2-3 April 2014 · ASEM summit: Milan, second half of 2014 · Eastern partnership summit: Riga, first half of 2015 · EU-CELAC summit: Brussels, second half of 2015.

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With 17 grant operations approved in 2012 and four operations cleared in principle, the ITF - the first of EU blending facilities -  turned in another strong performance and reaffirmed its important role in providing European aid for the development of the African infrastructure sector; thereby contributing to the fight against poverty.

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Editor’s Pick: Post-2015 and beyond 2020: What new perspectives for Africa-EU and ACP-EU relations? Contents: EU support for democratic governance; Emerging economies and the changing dynamics in African agriculture: what role for CAADP?; Country CSO roadmaps at EU delegation level; Land grabs the old fashioned way: South Africa’s sad centennial; The post-2015 development framework – An update on EU, Africa and UN proceedings

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ECDPM recently facilitated an informal high-level seminar of senior officials from African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) and European Union institutions and member states and our Board of Directors on emerging dynamics in the global landscape of international cooperation and their particular implications for the long standing relationship between the EU, ACP and Africa. Clem Silverman outlines some of the key points raised in our Talking Points blog. The post also includes the full report of the meeting and multi-media taken from the margins of the event, including interviews the new ACP General Secretary, Alhaji Muhammad Mumuni; Deputy Director-General for Policy and Thematic Coordination at the European Commission, Klaus Rudischhauser; and Koen Vervaeke Director for Horn of Africa, Southern Africa and the Indian Ocean for the European External Action Service.

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AGI Contribution at the African Consultative Meeting on the Future of the Africa-EU Partnership.

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