An official website of the European Union. See all European Institutions
African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP)
EU relations with the ACP group date back to the 1975 Lomé Convention, revised on four occasions until 1989. This was replaced by the Cotonou Agreement in 2000, revised in 2005 in Luxembourg and in 2010 in Ouagadougou, and covers EU-ACP relations until 2020.
“There are many actors of positive change in Kenya. Right now the LGBT people who are pushing in a court case are at the forefront of it… making it public in a society that is very conservative… they're pushing for a reform that is needed and necessary for any human being so they are heroes in Kenya”, said Wanuri Kahiu, director of the film "Rafiki". Wanuri participated in a panel organised by the EEAS on LGBTI people and the SDGs during the European Development Days (5-6 June).
The Report 'Investing in Sustainable Development: The European Union's Contribution' assesses the progress made by the EU and its Member States in the implementation of the Addis Ababa Action Agenda.
Remarks by H.E. Hélène Cavé, Ambassador and Head of the European Union Delegation to Liberia on the occasion of The Liberia Moment: New Vision for Development in Liberia, Friday 23 March 2018
The fifth African Union - European Union (AU-EU) summit will take place on 29-30 November 2017 in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire. 2017 is a defining year for EU-Africa relations, as it has been ten years since the adoption of the joint Africa-EU Strategy.
The project seeks to alleviate poverty and improving the quality of life of the rural poor by offering a clean and sustainable energy supply alternative, which is affordable and supports economic activities.
International Women's Day - Video Message by HRVP Federica Mogherini.
European Union External Action