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In this podcast series, which features episodes in English and French, we want to explore the strategies that different countries are using to adapt to an increasingly volatile climate. In each episode – up until the run-up to the first-ever Climate Adaptation Summit in 2021 – one of our experts will talk to a guest about their projects and ideas t…
 
In this podcast series, which features episodes in English and French, we want to explore the strategies that different countries are using to adapt to an increasingly volatile climate. In each episode – up until the run-up to the first-ever Climate Adaptation Summit in 2021 – one of our experts will talk to a guest about their projects and ideas t…
 
In this podcast series, which features episodes in English and French, we want to explore the strategies that different countries are using to adapt to an increasingly volatile climate. In each episode – up until the run-up to the first-ever Climate Adaptation Summit in 2021 – one of our experts will talk to a guest about their projects and ideas t…
 
Dans cette série de podcasts, qui présente des épisodes en anglais et en français, nous voulons en savoir plus sur les stratégies que les différents pays utilisent pour s’adapter au changement climatique. Dans chaque épisode – jusqu’au tout premier sommet sur l’adaptation au climat en 2021 – un de nos experts parlera avec un invité de ses projets e…
 
In this podcast series, which features episodes in English and French, we want to explore the strategies that different countries are using to adapt to an increasingly volatile climate. In each episode – up until the run-up to the first-ever Climate Adaptation Summit in 2021 – one of our experts will talk to a guest about their projects and ideas t…
 
Francesco Rampa, head of the Food Security programme at ECDPM, interviews Geoffrey Kirenga, CEO of the SAGCOT Centre in Tanzania. Together, they discuss public-private partnerships and their role for development in the margins of Grow Africa's investment forum that took place in early June 2015. The Regional Economic Communities and partnerships th…
 
Businesses, including multinational enterprises, increasingly see the need to have a positive social and environmental impact. Usually this takes the form of what’s known as “Corporate Social Responsibility,” or CSR. But what are the costs that relate to demanding responsible behaviour?, we ask Bruce Byiers, Senior Policy Officer at the Economic Tr…
 
Francesco Rampa, head of the Food Security programme at ECDPM, had the opportunity to speak with Nana Osei-Bonsu, CEO Private Enterprise Federation in Ghana, on the margins of the last day of the 11th CAADP Partnership Platform in Johannesburg (South Africa) on 25 - 26 March, 2015.Asked about the value of the 11th CAADP meeting, Osei-Bonsu admitted…
 
Dr. Len Ishmael, Ambassador for the Eastern Caribbean States (ECS), spoke with ECDPM's Geert Laporte on the challenges and opportunities facing Small Island Developing States. The Eastern Caribbean States (ECS) Mission to the Kingdom of Belgium and the EU hosted a seminar 'Building on the Samoa Pathway', on 7 October 2014.…
 
Bruce Byiers s'entretient avec Etienne Giros du Conseil français des investisseurs en Afrique (CIAN) au sujet de la communication de la Commission Européenne « Un rôle plus important pour le secteur privé en vue de parvenir à une croissance inclusive et durable dans les pays en développement ». Mr. Giros estime que la communication marque un change…
 
Florian Krätke from ECDPM speaks to Humza Yousaf, MSP, Scottish Government Minister for External Affairs and International Development. - Scotland's role in the post-2015 development discussion- To what extent can the post-2015 debate inform discussion of universal development and support policies internally?- How can Scotland's institutions learn …
 
Welcome to this month’s GREAT Insights podcast – In this programme we have two in depth interviews focussing on Chinese investments in Africa. Emerging economies have been playing an increasing role in the global arena, and have thus justifiably attracted an increasing level of attention. Moving beyond stereotypes and pre-conceived perceptions has …
 
This is a GREAT insights podcast. The Magazine this month looked at New Diplomacy and Development, and as Editor San Bilal says, contrary to its traditional image, international diplomacy is a dynamic field. We feature many interesting articles ranging from: How economic diplomacy can play a role on trade and investment of developing countries; to …
 
Hundreds of millions of people do not have jobs today and several hundred millions more will seek jobs by 2020. Most of these unemployed are under the age of 25 and live in developing countries. Whether these young people find jobs affects global security and well-beingThe latest issue of GREAT insights focussed on Fostering More and Better Jobs. I…
 
Carlos Lopes, Executive Secretary of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) was one of the key speakers at the JAES lunch-time seminar on the future of Africa-EU relations organised by the European Commission.The aim of the the seminar was to discuss how Africa and Europe could collaborate more and better in multilateral forums. …
 
Policy Officer ECDPM Dr Damien Helly estime que les suites des élections au Parlement européen en 2014 seront l'un des principaux défis pour les politiques européennes et internationales.Musique - Radiohem by Podington Bear-----Dans votre blog vous dites que l'un des principaux défis pour les politiques internationales européennes sera les élection…
 
The future role of Europe in the world, including Africa/ACP-Europe relations, will be seriously affected by the outcomes of next year’s European elections and related appointments at the top of EU institutions because they will shape EU’s foreign affairs for the rest of the decade. Damien Helly talks about his new blog and questions whether this w…
 
Trade talks set to disrupt Africa-Europe relations.Talks towards free trade between the European Union (EU) and Sub-Saharan African countries could seriously sour the political relations between the two continents and potentially jeopardise their Summit next April. After over ten years of negotiations, the Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) are…
 
Declared the UN Year of Family Farming and the AU Year of Food Security, 2014 will be particularly interesting. With key challenges in terms of policy directions, international processes, and Europe-Africa relations, conflicts can certainly arise; but next year we could also see some break-through in all these three dimensions.Expert in the CAADP p…
 
Africa-EU Relations, when space is tight, focus on the essentials.Africa-EU relations are complex and prioritising the issues that must be discussed is one of the challenges in the next year, says Faten Aggad. There is a mix of different people with different vested interests, making it difficult to find common ground in order to make progress in v…
 
In this extended challenges series podcast, Rhys Williams talks to Volker Hauck and Camilla Rocca from ECDPM's Conflict, Security and Resilience programme. Despite improved performance in peace and security matters over recent years, one of the major challenges in 2014 will be to further broaden the dialogue in peace and security beyond the more na…
 
2014: year of implementation?In this Challenges 2014 series podcast we take a look at economic transformation with Dr Bruce Byiers. While it would therefore be tempting to say that 2014 will be a ‘crucial’ year for economic transformation in Sub-Saharan Africa, it is hard to ignore the continuing challenges that are faced every year: working throug…
 
The European Union’s Agenda for Change is a case of evolution over revolution. The EU’s new development policy sketches an aid-centric reform strategy that introduces significant changes for the European aid and development cooperation landscape in 2014-2020. With Europe in crisis and aid under pressure, the EU wants to increase the effectiveness o…
 
The negotiations on the next post-2015 international development framework will not be easy. This time around there is a lot of interest and many different voices need to be heard.An inclusive process that promotes ownership are seen as key to success. A major challenge is therefore to get as much preparatory work done as possible before the negoti…
 
Will 2014 be a turning point in Africa-EU relations? Over the next seven weeks ECDPM will share its thoughts on the major challenges ahead in 2014 for Africa - EU relations. With a specific thematic approach each week, our programmes will analyse and evaluate the progress that can be made in the coming year, and what obstacles may lay ahead for pol…
 
Même si il ya maintenant un nouveau président au Mali suite à un processus electoral organisé en hâte, le développement , la gouvernance et la sécurité dans la région de l'Afrique du Nord -Ouest , une région également appelée le Sahel ( nous parlons de personnes qui vivent au Mali , Mauritanie , Algérie, Niger , Burkina Faso , Libye , le Tchad , ma…
 
There is now a new president in Mali following a hastily organized election process; but development, governance and security in the region of North-West Africa is still a matter of concern for African and European policy makers.This region is also called the Sahel (we are talking of people in Mali, Mauritania, Algeria, Niger, Burkina Faso, Libya, …
 
Susan Bingi is Trade and Regional Advisor at Global Mechanism, a specialized body of the UN Convention to Combat Desertification. In this interview with ECDPM’s Francesco Rampa, head of the Food Security programme, she speaks on a number of these themes, including:- Working with ECDPM on regional integration- The implementation of activities and th…
 
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