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Thursday, 22 July 2010

Consolidation or cooperation: The future of EU development cooperation

A primary objective of this research project is to stimulate thinking about how the context that development policy responds to could change in the long-term. In the face of a changing global development landscape, one challenge that European donors currently confront is the adaptation of their development cooperation systems to address internal deficits and prepare for new external demands. Within Europe, this adaptation process will take place both within the bilateral development cooperation systems of the European Union (EU) Member States and at the EU level. Against a backdrop of ongoing reforms in the EU’s external relations apparatus, Mikaela Gavas, Simon Maxwell, and Deborah Johnson of the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) offer a discussion in this paper of the different roles that the EU might be able to play as a development actor in the future. Their work highlights the importance of continuing to critically examine the comparative advantages of the EU in global development as EU external relations reforms move forward.

Source: German Development Institute