• Table of contents
  • Acronyms
  • Introduction
  • Main outcomes on key questions
  • Summary of contributions following the thematic structure of the JCP
  • I. Shared principles and common interests (the 'what')
  • i) Common global interests in a multipolar world (Q1-2)
  • ii) Human rights, democracy and rule of law, as well as good governance (Q3-4)
  • iii) Peace and security, fight against terrorism and organised crime (Q5-6)
  • iv) Sustainable and inclusive economic growth (Q7-16)
  • v) Human and social development (Q17-18)vi) Migration and mobility (Q19-20)
  • II. Towards a more effective partnership (the 'how')
  • i) A stronger political relationship (Q21-23)
  • ii) Coherence of geographical scope (Q24-26)
  • iii) Cooperation tailored more towards groups of countries with a similar development level (Q27-28)
  • iv) Strengthen the relationship with key actors (Q29-33)
  • v) Streamline the institutional set-up and functioning of the partnership (Q34-37)
  • vi) Better adapted and more flexible development cooperation tools and methods (Q38-43)
  • Overview of received contributions by country and category