THE BLOG OF THE FIIAPP .Spanish cooperation
12 July 2013
For many, Cotonou is and will continue to be known as the city where the latest trade agreements were made between the EU and the group of ACP countries in 2000. Nevertheless, for the FIIAPP, and particularly the MME Project (Migration, Mobility and Employment), it is another brick in the construction of the Africa-EU Dialogue.
On July 4-5, the meeting “Promotion of cross-border mobility of people and goods” took place in the economic capital of Benin. What better city than Cotonou to discuss the free circulation of people and goods – a clear nod to Euro-African relations – which a...
03 July 2013
Latin America´s development policies are going through crucial times. In a context of deterioration of the world economy, the region continues along the road of growth, employment and the reduction of poverty. However, there are major challenges. The crisis in the euro zone and the...
27 June 2013
On 1 July 2013, Croatia officially becomes a member of the EU.
Spain is one of the countries that has helped to make this possible through the management, by the FIIAPP, of projects in different spheres, from health care to ...
18 June 2013|
Category : Entrevista
iCoopera interviews Javier Sota Ramos, Coordinator of the Programme for the Monitoring and Evaluation of Spanish Cooperation, of the International and Ibero-American Foundation for Public Administration and Policies (FIIAPP).
Could you give us an overview of the guidelines that will define the intended new approach of Spanish official cooperation? The 4th Spanish Cooperation Master Plan, approved at the end of December 2012, sets out the guidelines for cooperation over the next f...