The ACP-Eu Courier | Number 18 (July-August 2010)

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Series Details Number 18
Publication Date August 2010
ISSN 1784-682X
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This issue of the ACP-Eu Courier magazine includes the following items:

  • Editorial
  • Profile
    • Fokion Fotiadis: EU still committed to the target of 0.7 GNI to development aid by 2015
  • To the Point
    • Kritalina Georgieva: More attention to humanitarian needs and constraints of resources
  • Round Up
  • Dossier
    • Africa in the world economy
      • Africa: solid economic foundations in the face of the crisis
      • The European Investment Bank plays the Africa card
      • China-DRC: A textbook case- for better or worse
      • China seen by African leaders as a flexible business partner
      • West Africa's aid package to exploit EU opportunities
      • Is Africa benefiting from its economic powerhouse, South Africa?
  • Civil Society on the Move
    • Somali NGOs voice their country's needs
  • Trade
    • Zambia's sugar surge
  • Discovering Europe
    • 'Little Poland'
      • Royal Krakow
      • Europe's biggest nation
      • In Poland's Case
      • We have to enact solidarity with the poorest
      • Food sovereignty links North and South
      • The Zakopane intellectuals
  • Zoom
    • Trinidad and Tobago's 3Canal: Taking Rapso Global
  • Our Planet
    • Climate Change and the media
  • Interaction
    • Michael Hailu, new CTA Director: Agriculture is back ina  big way on the international development agenda
    • ECOSOCC: Interface between civil society and the African Union
    • Pacific's strategy for a resurgent global economy
    • Caribbean's private sector gets a boost
    • Rebuilding Haiti's knowledge economy
    • European foundations and the Europe 2020 agenda
    • Virtuous circles of exchanges
    • MDGs- Women: We are far from meeting the Beijing objectives
  • Report
    • Trinidad and Tobago
      • Trinidad and Tobago: A new political era
      • Government rises to uncertainty in oil and gas market
      • Women challenging cultural norms
      • Diversification drive
      • Industrialisation v. biodiversity
      • Fashion mirrors T&T's gorgeous mosaic
      • EU by T&T's side in Economic diversification
      • Tobag0: A big little sister
  • Creativity
    • The performing arts in Africa: The power of imagination
    • CONGO 50
    • Increased ACP support for the film industry
    • Jose Da Silva: A true success story
    • The Biennial Visual Arts Festival:Regard Benin 1.0
  • For Young Readers
    • Village integrated into the global economy
  • Your Say/ Calendar
  • Inside: Readers' Survey
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