The ACP Civil Society Forum reflects and embodies the spirit of the Cotonou Agreement. Cotonou, The Paris Declaration, the Accra Agenda and the Busan Declaration explicitly refer to Civil Society Organisations as independent development actors in their own right.

The ACP FISH II Programme is a 4.5-year programme financed by the European Development Fund on behalf of ACP (African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of states) countries. The aim of the programme is to improve fisheries management in ACP countries so as to ensure that fisheries resources under the jurisdiction of these countries are exploited in a sustainable manner.

ECDPM seeks your thoughts on the future of ACP-EU relations post-2020 (Version française ci-dessous)

ACP Journalists in Brussels to cover ACP Council of Ministers Meeting

ACP Press Release - Monday 6 June 2011: In celebrating the 36th Anniversary of the ACP Day, Secretary-General Dr Mohamed Ibn Chambas has challenged the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group to re-assess its place in the world as its key partner, the European Union, also undergoes changes.

The European Investment Bank, the EU’s house bank, has been an active development partner of the ACP countries and OCTs since 1963 and 1968 respectively.

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Aug 23, 2010 (IPS)
By Peter Richards

Africa: 25 June 2010

ACP Secretariat: 22nd June 2010

Reuters - 2010-06-18

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