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The "2030 Agenda": More Privatisation, less democracy?

A New Direction For Global And European Development Policies

The 2030 Agenda sets out the Sustainable Development Goals that were agreed at the 70th sitting of the UN General Assembly in New York on 25 September. These SDGs replace the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). It was time to tackle the shortcomings in the MDGs. The world requires a new global partnership between developing, emerging and developed nations. The text analyses to which the foundations for such a cooperation have been laid during the negotiations on the SDGs and which precepts are likely to play a leading role in the future 2030 Agenda. more…

Sabina Wölkner | October 13, 2015

EU-Latin America Relations

Charting a course for the future

This conference report summarizes the main issues discussed by the participants of the conference EU-Latin America Relations, which was held in Brussels on 4 June 2015. more…

Event Reports | July 15, 2015

Direito Penal Internacional

TPI e a Perspectiva da África de Língua Portuguesa

This book presents the contributions of the experts on international criminal law, who participated in the international seminar "International Criminal Law, the International Criminal Court and the Perspective of the Portuguese-Speaking African Countries". The event was held in Lisbon on 31 October and 1 November 2013. more…

June 15, 2015

On the Right Path to paris?

Can Green Growth Be a New Narrative to Unblock a Climate Deal?

This publication synthetizes and reflects on the discussions conducted at the expert roundtable 'On the Right Path to Paris?', which took place in London in October 2014. It offers a perspective on the concept of 'green growth' and explores its potential as the foundation of a narrative that might change the global climate landscape ahead and beyond Paris 2015. more…

Event Reports | June 1, 2015

Jobs for Peace and Resilience in the Framework of F2F Cooperation

Strategy paper

This strategy paper summarizes the recommendations agreed by the participants of the workshop "Jobs for Peace and Resilience in the Framework of F2F Cooperation", organized by the Multinational Development Policy Dialogue of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, g7+ and ILO on 30-31 March 2015 in Brussels. The participants from more than twenty countries agreed on eight recommendations to be taken into consideration by fragile states in their policies for job creation. more…

Event Reports | April 13, 2015