A recent IAI study has argued that several shortcomings in the climate and development finance systems undermine the capacity of countries in the Global South to tackle climate change¹. Insufficient resources, lack of focus on adaptation, inadequate management of climate risks, the vicious circle between indebtedness and climate vulnerability are some of the major obstacles.
Simon Maxwell scans the horizons of EU development policy in 2018.
Simon Maxwell in this blog introduces the ETTG perspective on the MFF.
Christine Hackenesch , Adolf Kloke-Lesch and Janina Sturm look at how the EU can anchor the 2030 Agenda in its policy
What good is a job, if people are not staying on for the long term?
Brexit will have far-reaching consequences for the UK, the EU and developing countries.
Teresa Ribera advocates for a sustainable development scenario for Europe.
The domestic political orders in the MENA countries are going through a period of crisis and restructuring. Since mass protests
In 2018, at a time when the world and Europe are changing more than in decades, the EU will make
According to UN-Habitat, approximately one third of the urban population in the developing world resides in slum communities. This figure
The migration issue seems to have monopolised a large part of the discussions at the AU-EU Summit in Abidjan.