Written by four fellows at the Center for Policy Studies, this report provides detailed information and analysis on Official Development Assistance in Hungary and the respective roles of the civic and private sectors in both policy and practice.
Three policy briefs released as part of multi-member project led by the Center for Economic Development examine how new EU member states contribute to development assistance in third countries.
Development cooperation in a Changing World: Policy input to Post-2015 International Development Agenda Sеtting
The Center for Economic Development is hosting this June 20-21 international conference in Sofia on trends in Official Development Aid among new EU member-states. The event is part of a multi-NGO project that includes PASOS and seven members of the think-tank network.
The Czech Republic should create a bank to facilitate trade and aid to developing countries, according to a draft report written by analyst Vladimír Bartovic and presented at an April 25 PASOS event “Development Aid: The View from Prague.”
PASOS and the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy are pleased to invite you to “Development Aid: The View from Prague,” a public event and discussion to be held in Prague on April 25.
The Center for Policy Studies cordially invites you to a discussion on the role of Hungary as a new/old development actor in the context of the new International Development Cooperation strategy, with especial focus on the potential roles of the private and civil society sectors in international.development.
The Center for Economic Development (CED) in Bulgaria is heading a coalition of nine NGOs, including the PASOS Secretariat and six other PASOS members, working on a project sponsored by the European Commission that examines how new EU member states contribute to development efforts in the Third World.