The MFF review must deliver more resources for development and humanitarian action as requested by the EC

  The mid-term revision of the MFF must deliver the additional resources and flexibility necessary to allow the EU to remain a relevant global actor. Together with other EU NGOs, ACT Alliance EU supports EC demands to top-up NDICI and Humanitarian aid budgets.  NGO analysis of EC proposal-28...

Africa-EU partnership of equals: how can we get there? Is the Global Gateway fit for purpose?

Together with other FBOs, ACT Alliance EU organised a panel discussion hosted by MEPs Bricmont (B, Greens) and Zorrinho (P, S&D) on 7 March 2023. The objective was to discuss the Global Gateway’s strategy through the lens of of African FBOs and local communities. Key Take-Aways - Global Gatew...

Joint statement by ACT Alliance EU, Oxfam and CIDSE

ACT Alliance EU, Oxfam and CIDSE have issued a joint statement ahead of the EU-Israel Association Council meeting on October 3, 2022. You can read the full statement here.

Demolitions in Masafer Yatta - Joint statement by CIDSE and ACT Alliance EU

  Masafer Yatta; Photo credit: Emily Glick, https://savemasaferyatta.com/en/gallery/ Demolitions in Masafer Yatta - Joint statement by CIDSE and ACT Alliance EU

Social Protection as a basis for self-determined human development

To build back better after the COVID-19 pandemic to a new and different normal, that provides a solid ground for self-determined development for every member of society, rights-based and gender- responsive social protection, universal health coverage, access to education for all and decent work are...

Insider's Guide to the New EU-ACP post-Cotonou Agreement

The new partnership agreement between the European Union and the members of the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States marks the formal conclusion of their negotiations of the Post-Cotonou Agreement, and sets the framework for political, economic and sectoral cooperation for the next...

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