Online panel discussion in the aftermath of the EU-AU summit.
“Financing for the Sustainable Development Goals” online event February 1 @ 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm Ensuring adequate access to sustainable
EU Pavilion side event 02/11/2021 @ 14:30-15:30 “Supporting green & climate resilient development: local to global insights on the
Multilateralism has been in trouble for a while, particularly at the global level. Yet, the European Union (EU) and
Chloe Teevan – ECDPM Policy officer is the lead author of our ETTG paper A new multilateralism for the post-COVID
On the 19th of March the DG International Partnerships (INTPA) in cooperation with a group of selected topic specialist researchers
As European Think Tanks we proposed the conference event because we would like to encourage discussions around the importance of aligning both policies and finance with the 2030 Agenda and its SDGs to chart a course towards inclusive, equitable and low carbon development.
Brussels, Bonn, Maastricht, Paris, Rome, London and Madrid are sending a message of cooperation and vision for the future.
In this video we present you our network of think tanks and we introduce you to the ETTG world. By joining forces we are convinced that we can better influence the EU’s international cooperation agendas and work for a more sustainable future together.
The ETTG/ECDPM MFF online workshop event “Programming the NDICI in a post-Covid era” was a discussion exchange between representatives from the EU institutions and civil society / think tanks in order to take stock of the progress made on MFF negotiations and further discussion for the current state of play together with the next steps.
On Thursday 29 of October at 16:00 pm (CET) we hosted a webinar event in cooperation with OECD on multilateral development finance in response to the COVID-19 crisis. The webinar investigated the dynamics of the Multilateral Development Finance framework in the wake of COVID-19, and made concrete recommendations on the most effective and impactful ways forward.