More than 200 civil society organisations participated at the First High Level Meeting (HLM) of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC)

jeudi 15 mai 2014

More than 200 civil society organisations have come together as a unified community and participated constructively in the processes leading to and at the First High Level Meeting (HLM) of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) in Mexico. We join other development actors in recognising the consensus reached in the HLM Communiqué.

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The South: What are the alternatives?

Monday 25 November 2013

The project to which we wish to contribute is that of a creative utopia. If one were to give that future, that vision, a name, one could call it ‘value-based development,’ in other words development based on a body of moral, ethical and social values that integrate democracy, liberty and equality, solidarity, etc. To my mind, this is called ‘communism,’ as envisaged by Marx.

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The Heads of State and Government reiterate their commitment to the conclusion of an equitable and development-oriented EPA.

jeudi 31 octobre 2013

1. With the view to enhancing the economic integration process in West Africa, the Authority of ECOWAS Heads of State and Government met in Extraordinary Session in Dakar, Republic of Senegal, on 25 October 2013 under the chairmanship of H.E. Alassane Ouattara, President of the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire and Chairman of the Authority.

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An open letter to the Ministers of Finance for Nigeria, South Africa and Kenya Justice for Blacks

lundi 7 octobre 2013

The group Justice for Blacks appeals to the Finance Ministers of Nigeria, South Africa and Kenya who are to participate in the forthcoming World Bank Annual Meeting to raise the issue of racial discrimination and reform that is sorely needed within the institution of the World Bank

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Sudanese women : you can beat us but you cannot break us

lundi 7 octobre 2013

Political Islam in Sudan remains very strong and manifests itself in floggings of Sudanese women that are justified by the constitution in the Indecent and Immoral Acts. Yet, Sudanese women remain defiant and resist these unjust and misogynistic laws

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ECOWAS MINISTER MEET ON EPA

vendredi 4 octobre 2013

ECOWAS ministers were due to begin an extraordinary session in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, from Monday (30Sept) to discuss the latest proposals to revive stalled negotiations of the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Union (EU).

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No more deregulation and surrendering services to corporate interests!

Thursday 25 July 2013

Acting on behalf of powerful corporations in the services industries, about 37 countries calling themselves “The Really Good Friends of Services” (RGF) launched secret unofficial talks in 2012 towards drafting a new treaty that would further liberalize trade and investment in services, and expand “regulatory disciplines” on all services sectors, including many public services. The treaty rules would increase foreign corporate control over domestic services and would restrict governments’ ability to regulate services

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Sixth South-South Institute Democractic Renewal Versus Neoliberalism : Towards Empowerment and Inclusion

lundi 22 juillet 2013

The Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO), the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) and the International Development Economic Associates (IDEAs), are pleased to call for applications for participation in the Sixth South-South Institute on DEMOCRATIC RENEWAL VERSUS NEOLIBERALISM : TOWARDS EMPOWERMENT AND INCLUSION being held as part of the third three-year phase of the Africa/Asia/Latin America Scholarly Collaborative Program. The Institute will be held in Santiago de Chile, from September 25 to October 3, 2013.

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COMMENT :"EPA 2014 Deadline-A Dangerous Corporate Strategy of the EU"

vendredi 19 juillet 2013

The 25th Session of the Joint Parliamentary Assembly (JPA) of Africa, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP), and the European Union (EU) took place in Brussels from the 15th to the 19th of June 2013. Among the issues on the agenda was the unilateral deadline issued by the European Commission (EC) for ACP states that have initialed/signed interim Economic Partnerships Agreements (EPAs) to sign/ratify them by October 2014. ACP countries that fail to do so will lose their preferential market access offered by the EU. By that decision the EC assumed the high moral ground and attempted to paint a picture in which it was faultless in the EPA deadlock and rather that ACP states were to blame for the impasse, when in fact the EC is the chief culprit. This stance did not go down well with most ACP parliamentarians

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Ecowas calls extra-ordinary Summit in Dakar on key regional integration issues

Friday 19 July 2013

ECOWAS leaders are to meet in Dakar, Senegal in October in an extraordinary session to decide on three issues critical to the financial health of the region – the Common External Tariff (CET), the Community Levy and the lingering Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) negotiations with the European Union (EU).

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