Mainstreaming Conflict Prevention – A Study of EU Development Cooperation with ACP Countries

Development cooperation is an important part of EU relations with developing countries, and the link between development and conflict prevention is increasingly being realised by the EU as well as by other donors. Development cooperation is likewise highlighted in the Commission Communication from 2001 as a policy area where conflict prevention needs to be mainstreamed. This report studies the […]

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Mainstreaming Conflict Prevention – Uganda Case Study

In 2001 the EU introduced the approach of ‘mainstreaming’ conflict prevention into its Partnership Agreement with the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries. QCEA carried out case studies on six ACP countries and this report looks at the EU conflict prevention programme in Uganda. The purpose of this project is to serve as an educational tool about […]

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