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Beyond Aid - Making the EU Strategy with Africa work for Africa
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August 17, 2021

The EU and Africa aim to put their cooperation on a new footing. Thus, the EU Commission proposed in March 2020 close future relations based on five partnerships: 1) for green transition and energy access; 2) for digital transformation; 3) for sustainable growth and jobs; 4) for peace and governance; and 5) on migration and mobility. Hopefully, both sides can discuss and adopt the strategy at the next EU-Africa-Summit. The present study deals precisely with the third aspect, i.e. economic growth and employment. The study sheds light on how the EU and Africa can concretely shape this partnership for mutual benefit.

This publication was originally published on Hanns Seidel Stiftung

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