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Towards the ACP we want/ Vers le Group ACP que nous souhaitons

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TOWARDS THE ACP WE WANT (PDF EN)

The ACP Policy Framework proposed in this paper is based on decisions made by the governing organs of the Group in particular, the 7th and 8th Summits of ACP Heads of State and Government. These two Summits and the Council Session of November 2016 took decisions and provided clarity in the process to re-invent and reposition the ACP Group to be ‘fit for purpose.’ These decisions have informed and guided the Group in the process of identifying relevant strategic policy changes and organisational transformation to allow it to be an ‘effective global player’ in the decades of the 21st century.

VERS LE GROUPE ACP QUE NOUS SOUHAITONS (PDF FR)

Le cadre politique ACP proposé dans le présent document se fonde sur les décisions prises par les organes directeurs du Groupe, en particulier les 7e et 8e Sommets des chefs d’État et de gouvernement ACP. Les décisions adoptées lors de ces deux sommets et de la session du Conseil de novembre 2016 ont permis de clarifier le processus de réinvention et de repositionnement du Groupe ACP afin de l’« adapter à son objet ». Ces décisions ont éclairé et orienté le Groupe dans le processus de définition des changements stratégiques et politiques pertinents et de transformation organisationnelle afin de lui permettre d’être un « acteur efficace sur la scène internationale » au 21e siècle.

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