Dutch Council on Foreign Affairs and Development Cooperation meets to discuss post-Cotonou Agreement
On May 27, 2017, the Dutch Council on Foreign Affairs and Development Cooperation meets to discuss what will follow the Cotonou Agreement, including new possible partnerships with the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP countries), migration and development, next steps for a sustainable European future and the new Consensus on Development of the European Union. The Cotonou Agreement is a comprehensive partnership agreement between the EU and 79 countries from Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific covering 2000-2020. In 2010 the ACP-EU cooperation was adapted to new challenges such as climate change, food security, regional integration, State fragility and aid effectiveness.
Location: The Hague, the Netherlands