• THE EUROPEAN CONSENSUS ON DEVELOPMENT
  • The development challenge
  • Part I: the EU vision of development
  • 1. Common objectives
  • 2. Multi-dimensional aspects of Poverty Eradication
  • 3. Common values
  • 4. Common principles
  • 4.1. Ownership, Partnership
  • 4.2. An in-depth political dialogue
  • 4.3. Participation of civil society
  • 4.4. Gender equality
  • 4.5. Addressing state fragility
  • 5. Delivering more and better aid
  • 5.1. Increasing financial resources
  • 5.2. More effective aid
  • 5.3. Coordination and complementarity
  • 6. Policy coherence for development (PCD)
  • 7. Development, a contribution to addressing global challenges
  • Part II : the European community development policy
  • 1. The particular role and comparative advantages of the Community
  • 2. A differentiated approach depending on contexts and needs
  • 2.1. Differentiation in the implementation of development cooperation
  • 2.2. Objective and transparent criteria for resource allocation
  • 3. Responding to the needs of partner countries
  • 3.1. The principle of concentration while maintaining flexibility
  • 3.2. Areas for Community Action
  • 3.3. A strengthened approach to mainstreaming
  • 3.4. Support for global initiatives and funds
  • 3.5. Policy coherence for development (PCD)
  • 4. A range of modalities based on needs and performance
  • 5. Progressin management reforms
  • 6. Monitoring and evaluation