Report DC-CON-24.1 DEEEP-REPORT-2014-097

Challenging self-interest: Getting EU aid fit for the fight against poverty

CONCORD Europe ; G. Kessler

2011
CONCORD Europe

Abstract: This year’s AidWatch report confirms that EU member states are off-track to meet their aid quantity and aid effectiveness commitments, and are increasingly prioritising self-interested aid policies that are reflecting their own immediate security, migration and commercial interests. EU donors must now refocus and take the necessary steps to deliver on their international commitments towards partner countries. Opportunities in 2011 include notably the June European Council meeting and the 4th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (HLF4) in Busan, South Korea.

Keyword(s): Aid ; Aid Gap ; AidWatch ; Challenges ; Concord Europe ; Donors ; EU ; European Union ; ODA ; Poverty Reduction ; Self-interest ; aidwatch report ; Report ; 2011

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