Briefing Paper (in German: Analysen und Stellungnahmen) are always four pages long and discuss ongoing and controversial issues in international relations. By including recommendations, the series primarily aims at policy makers, practitioners, and representatives of the (professional) media industry. Besides, the series is also open to everyone interested in developmental issues.
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Castillejo, Clare / Eva Dick / Benjamin Schraven (2019)
Since 2015, the EU has significantly increased its efforts on preventing irregular migration from Africa. The paper examines the impact of this shift on free movement policies in two African sub-regions and indicates the reasons for significant differences in outcome.
The UN's Global Compact on Refugees agreed upon in 2018 calls for an enhanced local integration of refugees in their countries of destination. Implementation success significantly hinges on policy interests of subnational actors and area-based potentials and challenges of displacement.
Bunk, Saida / Salvador Forquilha / Dominique Klawonn / Jonathan Krull / Alina Sennewald / Conrad Steinhilber / Juliane von Boeselager / Armin von Schiller (2017)
A mobilização de receitas é relevante para desenvolvimento numa perspectiva de governação ampla e não só do ponto de vista fiscal. Este artigo apresenta os resultados de um estudo focalizado em factores administrativos e sociopolíticos que afectam o desempenho da receita municipal em Moçambique.
For exhausting the enormous potential of green bonds for the green transition standards on the international and national level need to be harmonised. However, where diverse standards are needed, transparency on the differences is crucial.
Under the umbrella of Capacity Building in Support of Security and Development (CBSD), the EU seeks to enable the financing of training, equipment and infrastructure to military actors through EU budgetary resources. This paper discusses the risk of CBSD securitising EU development policy.
L’Objectif de Développement Durable 17 accorde une importance essentielle aux approches multi-acteurs pour l’atteinte des Objectifs de Développement Durable (ODD). Cette analyse montre comment l'approche multi-acteur peut faire une contribution concrète au succès des reformes de la décentralisation.
Sustainable Development Goal 17 assigns an important role to multi-stakeholder approaches in the implementation of the SDGs. This briefing paper explores how the multi-stakeholderapproach can make a concrete contribution to the success of decentralisation reforms.
Intra-EU policy negotiations are essential for the evolution of EU-Africa cooperation on migration. Growing divisions inside the EU have increased the focus on external borders. This paper argues that the EU needs to address these divisions in order to support African transnational development.
For decades, work has been ongoing at pan-African level to realise the vision of the free movement of persons as an integral part of a united Africa. This concept is to be implemented at the level of the African regions and yet it is there that it faces a range of internal and external challenges.
Can transitional justice (TJ) strengthen peace in post-conflict contexts? This Briefing Paper summarises the policy-relevant insights of systematic analyses of TJ instruments that have emerged in the last years. They suggest that TJ can contribute to peace, but some instruments more so than others.