Events - Multinational Development Policy Dialogue Brussels
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The Revised European Consensus on Development
Impact on the Implementation of the Agenda 2030 and Implications on the Work of Political FOundations
The event aims to present an overview of the objectives behind the revised European Consensus on Development, discuss its relevance in current efforts to implement the SDGs and assess its consequences for the work of political foundations.
The EU and China in Africa – Prospects for Cooperation
Considering that the impact of the EU and China on the African continent has brought benefits and struggles, our one-day seminar aims to assess best practices and seeks to provide possibilities for pragmatic cooperation of the EU and China in Africa.
A Turning Point in EU-Latin American Relations?
Challenges and Opportunities
The event aims at discussing current developments in EU-Latin America relations.
Achieving the Sustainable Development Goal on energy in developing countries
What role for the EU?
The seminar will explore how to successfully implement the Sustainable Development Goal on energy (SDG7) in developing countries and how EU policies can contribute to achieving this aim. (Please note: The seminar´s attendance is by invitation only)
Middle East Conflict
Challenges and Prospects for a Resumption of direct Peace Negotiations
This event aims to provide first-hand information from the region and discuss possible steps to overcome the current Israeli-Palestinian impasse. Furthermore, the event will focus on the French initiative and the Middle East Quartet report.
Land Degradation, Climate Change and Migration
CHALLENGES FOR THE EU AND AFRICA
700 million people are expected to lose their homes because of land degradation. International experts address the nexus between climate change, land degradation and migration at European and international level and discuss enhanced collaboration
Africa and EU in Partnership
Joint Opportunities and Challenges
African and EU stakeholders discuss how to intensify the strategic partnership between Africa and the EU in the areas of peace-building and conflict prevention, sustainable economic development, and migration policy.
THE FUTURE OF ACP-EU RELATIONS
African and European stakeholders discuss their perspectives and positions regarding the future of EU-ACP relations ahead of the beginning of negotiations of a post-Cotonou framework of cooperation.
Balancing responsibility in international climate negotiations
The joint CS/KAS workshop gave international experts the chance to discuss tools from transitional justice in the climate change context tackling the question of shared responsibility and solidarity between the parties of the Paris UNFCCC agreement.
“EU-Iran: Next steps for the relationship.”
The joint EPP/KAS conference gave politicians, experts and other stakeholders the opportunity to close the perception gap on Iran's state, economy and society and to discuss the next steps in the EU-Iran relationship after the lifting of sanctions.