Le 28 septembre 2018, les ACP et l'UE ont entamé des négociations en vue d'un accord succédant à l'accord de Cotonou qui prendra fin en février 2020.

Cette section contient tout ce que vous devez savoir sur les négociations.

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Avis de marché de travaux extensive - Rénovation complète de l’immeuble ACP à Bruxelles (Belgique) (Avenue Georges Henri, 451, 1200 Brussels/ Bruxelles)

AVIS DE MARCHÉ DE TRAVAUX, Rénovation complète de l’immeuble ACP à Bruxelles (Belgique) - ACP 4/1/83 (Vol. 1) Travaux 1/2019

Soutien aux secteurs de la culture et de la création ACP Q25 mars 2020&A N.6 - 10-

Corrigendum N.3 EuropeAid/167697/IH/ACT/Multi

Soutien aux secteurs de la culture et de la création ACP - QUESTIONS & REPONSES no. 5 - 29/02/2020 - 09/03/2020

Soutien aux secteurs de la culture et de la création ACP - EuropeAid/167697/IH/ACT/Multi - QUESTIONS & REPONSES no. 4 - 25 Janvier 2020 - 28 février 2020

Soutien aux secteurs de la culture et de la création ACP - EuropeAid/167697/IH/ACT/Multi - QUESTIONS & REPONSES, no. 3 - 18-24 janvier 2020

Corrigendum N.2 EuropeAid/167697/IH/ACT/Multi

Soutien aux secteurs de la culture et de la création ACP - EuropeAid/167697/IH/ACT/Multi -  QUESTIONS & REPONSES, Session d’information – 12 Février 2020

CORRIGENDUM N°1 à l'appel à propositions "SOUTIEN AUX SECTEURS DE LA CULTURE ET DE LA CREATION ACP" - EuropeAid/167697/IH/ACT/MULTI

Contrats de subvention octroyés – année 2019  Subventions attribuées dans le cadre de l’appel à propositions EuropeAid/164206/IH/ACT/Multi publié le 17.04.2019 

Soutien aux secteurs de la culture et de la création ACP – Q&R #2 – 12/01/2020/sites/acpsec.waw.be/files/acpdoc/public-documents/culture_support_0.pdf

Appels à propositions et appels d’offres - ACP UE Culture Soutien aux secteurs de la culture et de la creation ACP

Intra-ACP Programmes

INTRA-ACP PROGRAMMING MATRIX
ACP in Action: Interactive Map of Intra-ACP Projects in the Member States
 
Action Against Desertification
African Peace Facility
Aviation Africa
Biodiversity and Protected Areas Management (BIOPAMA)
ACP Business Climate
COLEACP
Competitive Industries and Innovation Programme
Coton ACP
ACP EU Culture / ACP UE Culture
ACP-EU Commodities Programme
ACP-EU Development Minerals Programme
ACP-EU Energy Facility
ACP-EU EDULINK Programme
ACP-EU Fish II Programme
Global Climate Change Alliance (GCCA Intra-ACP)
Hub & Spokes - Enhancing Trade Capacity in ACP
Initiative Francophone Por La Formation A Distance Des Maitres (IFADEM)
Intra-ACP Agricultural Policy Programme (APP)
Intra-ACP Academic Mobility Scheme
ACP Multilateral Environmental Agreements
ACP-EU Microfinance Programme
ACP-EU Migration Action
Minising the Illegal Killing of Elephants (MIKES)
ACP Mining Database
ACP MEAs (Multilateral Environmental Agreements)
ACP Multilateral Trading System Programme
ACP-EU Natural Disaster Risk Reduction Programme
ACP Observatory on Migration
Participatory Slum Upgrading Programme
Renewed Partnership: Strengthening pharmaceutical systems and improving access to quality medicines
ACP-EU Science and Technology
Strengthening Fishery Products
ACP-EU Technical Barriers to Trade Programme
ACP-EU Water Facility
Centre Technique de Coopération Agricole et Rurale (CTA)
TRADECOM
Sustainable Wildlife Management (SWM) Programme  / Programme de gestion durable de la faune sauvage (SWM) 

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Brief Statement for the President of ACP Parliamentary Assembly and Co-President of the ACP-EU JPA, Honourable David Matongo, on the occasion of the press conference at Palais du Peuple on 2 December 2010

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Co-President Louis Mitchel Media personnel, ladies and gentlemen First, I wish to say how delight I am to be in Kinshasa and it was indeed very special to have His Excellency President Joseph Kabila open the 20th Session of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly Session this morning. I wish to register the ACP Parliamentary Assembly’s sincere appreciation to President Kabila, his government and the people of the Democratic Republic of Congo for their warm welcome and for hosting this Joint Parliamentary Assembly Session. Ladies and gentlemen, as you know, the JPA start today after three days of the traditional ACP Parliamentary Assembly Meetings, and standing committee meetings which usually take place before the JPA starts. The ACP Parliamentary has concluded, against a backdrop of challenging developments in international economic relations and in our age-old partnership with the European Union. After a very frank exchange of views as behoves a family, we were able to concur on a way forward on issues, which we want to discuss with our European counterparts in the next three days. Our Parliamentarians in the ACP Assembly, exchanged views on reports from the standing committees on Political Affairs; Economic Development, Finance and Trade; and Social Affairs and the Environment on issues that affect our regions and countries. One of the major issues that the MPs discussed is the new Lisbon Treaty’s silence on the ACP Group and the need to reinvigorate our traditional partnership with our EU friends on the basis of inter-dependence and mutually shared obligations. Trade issues, as usual, formed an important part of our deliberations. Our MPs feel a deep sense of concern regarding the lack of more progress in the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) negotiations with the EU. Based on that, I wish to reiterate that the ACP Council during its meeting last month in Brussels issued a Resolution, in which it expressed the view that our various member States need to scale up efforts to complete the negotiations while urging the EU to show greater flexibility and understanding by removing some of the obstacles standing in the way of a speedy and successful completion of the negotiations. Ladies and gentlemen, the ACP-EU JPA has been a unique forum where politicians from the South are given the opportunity to discuss in an open and frank manner issues that affect the lives of their peoples with their European counterparts in a spirit of transparency and solidarity. I wish to underline that the history of the JPA speaks for itself. We are looking forward to a three-day meeting with our European Members of Parliament and hope to conclude with a strong message on various issues that affect our peoples. May I conclude by underscoring that the successful conclusion of the ACP Parliamentary Assembly, this week, is evidence of the DRC’s ability and competence to host international meetings. Thank you very much.


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