In recent years, the implementation of the budget that the European Union allocates to third countries has experienced what could be regarded as a revolution. Indeed, up to five years ago most of the so called External Action budget was managed directly by the European Commission and the recipient countries’ authorities. Nowadays, the implementation of a large chunk of that financial envelope is delegated to a wide variety of actors, such as Member States development agencies, International Financial Institutions and non-profit making organisations
You can now register for EDD 2019!
This year’s edition of the EDD will address inequalities. With exciting high-level speakers, debates and other engaging sessions, EDD 2019 will focus on combining the European Union’s goals to address inequalities and the Agenda 2030 for sustainable development.
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The sectorseminar on Water in EU-External Action Instruments took place on Tuesday, 15.11.2016.
The event took place on March 10, gathering around 150 participants from all over Europe, the majority of whom were companies and organisations active in private sector and development.
The next SEMINAR will focus on the energy window of the European Union Global Gateway strategy. It will take place IN PERSON in Brussels on Wednesday, June 28, 2023.
The European Global Gateway Strategy was launched in December 2021 by the European Commission and the EU High representative for foreign affairs and security policy with the objective of boosting smart, clean and secure links in digital, energy and transport sectors and to strengthen health, education and research systems across the world.
The recording of the Webinar 30.06.2022 "Changes in the EU External Action Procurement: PRAG 2021" is available at the following link: