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Demands for the post-2015 agenda

for more political participation, equality and sustainability

The Post-2015 Agenda will replace the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) and define new objectives and targets for international cooperation in the fight against poverty and sustainable development. Since the MDGs were not entirely achieved and correspond only partially to contemporary global challenges, there is a need to reform the agenda. In this paper, Sebastian Fuchs argues that a new agenda should create the conditions for increased political participation, equality and sustainability. more…

Sebastian Barnet Fuchs | April 9, 2014

Chancen erkennen, Potentiale nutzen, stabile Rahmenbedingungen schaffen

Der weitere Weg zur Stärkung der afrikanisch-europäischen Partnerschaft

On 3 April 2014 the IV EU-Africa Summit came to the end. More than 60 European and African heads of state and government participated in the summit, which under the motto "Investing in People, Prosperity and Peace" focused on the common challenges and interdependencies of the two continents. more…

Andrea Ellen Ostheimer | Country Reports | April 4, 2014

Press Release: Launch of the Profile Paper "Political Foundations: Development Cooperation between State and Society"

Round Table on "Political Foundations in Development Cooperation" in the Austrian Parliament on 18 March 2014

The launch of the Profile Paper “Political Foundations: Development Cooperation between State and Society“, was the topic of a round table in the Austrian Parliament on Tuesday, 18 March 2014. more…

March 19, 2014

Political Foundations

Development Cooperation between State and Society

Political Foundations are at the nexus of political decision makers and civil society. The ideological affiliation of political foundations to specific party families allows them to build networks based on trust and common values. Through the creation in 2006 of a transnational cross-party European Network of Political Foundations (ENoP), the Foundations gained a platform that has enabled them to enter into dialogue with the EU institutions, contribute to policy-making and strengthen their overall position as development actors at the European level. more…

March 18, 2014

ISAF Troop Withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2014 and the Emerging Security Challenges for Neighboring Central Asian States

Amid NATO’s decision to complete the troop withdrawal from Afghanistan in December 2014 the central Asian region faces a period of apprehension. In this context, the Multinational Development Policy Dialogue of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung organised on 27th November 2013 the expert dinner roundtable 'ISAF Troop Withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2014 and the Emerging Security Challenges for Neighbouring Central Asian States'. H.E. Ambassador Patricia Flor, European Union Special Representative for Central Asia, was the key-note speaker. This report summarizes the main discussion topics in the event. more…

Dr. Luis Blanco | Event Reports | February 19, 2014