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As part of its activities to promote the debate on common strategies related to the EU-LAC bi-regional association, the Foundation carries out research and studies on issues identified by both regions.

These studies are published in this section of the web site, in order to encourage debate and promote exchange on best practices and specialised knowledge.

 The publications are organised into the following series: Bi-Regional Economic Perspectives; Bi-Regional Relations; Conferences; Democracy Studies; ECLAC / EU-LAC Bi-Regional Outlook; EU-LAC Forum of Global Governance and Reflection Fora. We also publish a Newsletter.

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    Beyond 2015: Perspectives and Proposals for Development Cooperation between the European Union and Latin America and the Caribbean

    The European Union (EU) and Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) have a long history of political dialogue and bi-regional cooperation in which development has always taken a central role. Both regions also share a commitment to multilateralism and ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Alejandra Kern, Daniela Perrotta, José Antonio Sanahuja, Sergio Tezanos Vázquez
    Published in:
    Germany, 23 September 2015
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    Interview with Paul Oquist, Minister-Private Secretary of Public Policies of Nicaragua

    The negotiations on climate change reached a decisive moment with the celebration of the COP20 in Lima; but, the path for the adoption of a Global Agreement at the summit that will be held at the end of 2015 in Paris appears to be tortuous. The Minister- ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Paul Oquist
    Published in:
    Germany, 8 December 2014
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    New Gender Policy's Expectations: Break down stereotypes and give power, by Boesten

    The MDGs have been criticised because of their conservatism on gender issues, as their objectives do not demand changes in fundamental areas such as reproductive health, carefulness, violence or respect for sexual preferences. The new goals proposed seem ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Jelke Boesten
    Published in:
    United Kingdom, 22 September 2015
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    New approaches for a new world Development Agenda, by Da Rocha Vianna

    The post-2015 development agenda will be universal in terms of objectives, goals, commitments and actors. The implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals shall bring about a soft revolution in the way development cooperation has been carried out ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Hadil da Rocha Vianna
    Published in:
    Brazil, 23 September 2015
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    The Post-2015 Development Agenda and the Caribbean Community, by LaRocque

    The year 2015 offers a unique opportunity for global leaders to end poverty and transform the world to better meet human needs and the necessities of economic transformation, while protecting the environment, ensuring peace and realising human rights. ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Irwin LaRocque
    Published in:
    Guyana, 23 September 2015
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    German-LAC cooperation on the Post-2015 Development Agenda, by Silberhorn

    The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development will replace the Millennium Development Goals, which have formed the basis of our work over the past 15 years. The MDGs focused mainly on social and economic aspects – and were exclusively targeted at developing ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Thomas Silberhorn
    Published in:
    Germany, 23 September 2015
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    Cooperation within the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Opportunities for the European Union and Latin America and the Caribbean, by Bárcena

    In 2015 the "Post 2015 Development Agenda" was discussed at the UN through an unprecedented participatory process. This process culminated in an agreement on the document “Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development" ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Alicia Bárcena Ibarra
    Published in:
    Chile, 23 September 2015
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    An inequality approach to the 2030 Agenda, by Fuentes Nieva

    In a few weeks, leaders from the 193 member states of the United Nations will gather in New York to ratify the document “Transforming Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”. It is without a doubt an extraordinary achievement and a ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Ricardo Fuentes Nieva
    Published in:
    Mexico, 11 September 2015
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    Countries, Beware: Climbing up the income ladder can seriously damage your health!, by Nicolai

    If you ask the proverbial ‘man on the street’ where the greatest health needs in the world are, most will think of the poorest countries. But they are wrong. It may surprise you that over half Médecins Sans Frontières’ medical programmes are in countries ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Meinie Nicolai
    Published in:
    Belgium, 11 September 2015
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    Sustainable Development Goals: an opportunity to strengthen CELAC-EU cooperation on Climate Change, by Juan Llanes-Regueiro

    The vision of development that emerged after the Second World War, an era of unprecedented increased prosperity, concealed the fact that that prosperity was essentially based on the kinetic energy of fossil reserves. The concept of development has been ...

    Author(s)/Editor(s):
    Juan Llanes-Regueiro
    Published in:
    Cuba, 22 September 2015

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