7-8 JUNE 2017 / Tour & Taxis / Brussels

Supporting partnerships for sustainable peace in the Central African Republic

Supporting partnerships for sustainable peace in the Central African Republic

Applying the New Deal framework for engagement in Fragile States: How civil society and local authorities can join forces

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Thursday, June 8, 2017 - 10:45 to 12:00
Using the New Deal framework for engagement in Fragile and Conflict-affected States, panellists will address the root causes of fragility in the Central African Republic (CAR), while looking at the complementarity between civil society and decentralised authorities for community resilience. This lab debate will gather representatives from CAR civil society, national and local authorities, together with the donor community to discuss each other’s role and complementarity in the country’s recovery towards sustainable peace. Starting from a policy perspective for implementing an integrated approach to address fragility, panellists will delve into the national context in the CAR, looking at how the New Deal Peacebuilding and Statebuilding Goals can serve as a vehicle for meeting The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in the country.

Organised by

    James Mackie
    Senior Adviser, Team leader of the evaluation
    European Centre for Development Policy Management
    Georges Petro Koni-Zeze
    Ministre Haut-Commissaire à la primature chargé de la décentralisation et régionalisation
    Government of Central African Republic
    Eloi Kouzoundji
    President of the Commission Economique et Environnementale
    Groupe de Réflexion sur la Démocratie et le Développement Economique et Social (GRDDES-Centrafrique)
    Felix Moloua
    Minister of Economy and Planning
    Government of Central African Republic
    Irchad Razaaly
    Manager, Bekou Trust Fund
    European Commission - DG for International Cooperation and Development
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