We are thrilled to present the insights gathered from the recent workshop, “The future of the EU as a global
The ETTG Board meeting on the 12th of June took place at the ECDPM premises, serving as a platform to
San Bilal (ECDPM), has edited an e-book that presents valuable perspectives from external contributors. The e-book focuses on how the
In 2024, Italy is set to assume the rotating Presidency of the G7. In the face of a complex geopolitical
→ Please find attached here the event’s official invitation and agenda for the public panel debate. Today’s polycrisis world
In the newly published commentaire article entitled “Present and Future of Italy’s Development Cooperation”, European Think Tanks Group’s coordinator Daniele
This report addresses the state of Africa-Europe relations, almost one year after the 6th AU-EU Summit, providing a number of policy recommendations to African and European decision makers in four key areas of cooperation : climate change and fair energy transition; food security; peace, security and participatory governance; and development finance.
To which extent the framework and initiatives for EUAfrica relations are still fit for purpose, in particular in terms of mobilisation of resources for Africa’s resilience and sustainable
development, or must be adapted to better respond to the new era of poly-crises?
There are three main actors in the Italian development cooperation system: (i) the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
British International Investment (BII) is the United Kingdom’s development finance institution (DFI). It is entirely owned by the UK government