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The strategic EU-CELAC relationship: Pending assessment

ACT Alliance EU and CIFCA networks are pleased to share an analysis on the results of the last EU-CELAC Heads of State Summit, which took place last June in Brussels; in view of the different events organised around the Summit.

La Relación Estratégica UE-CELAC: Un balance pendiente

Las redes ACT Alliance EU y CIFCA se complacen en compartir un análisis sobre los resultados de la pasada Cumbre de Jefes de Estado UE-CELAC, que tuvo lugar en junio pasado, en Bruselas; teniendo asimismo en cuenta los diferentes eventos organizados alrededor de la cumbre.

The Duty of Due Diligence in Eradicating Feminicide/Femicide.

Recommendations from civil society on violence against women and feminicide /femicide for the EU-CELAC Summit

CSW, CIFCA and ACT Alliance EU inputs to the EU-CELAC Summit 2015

CSW, CIFCA and ACT Alliance EU networks working on both the European Union (EU) and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), we present this position paper for the upcoming EU-CELAC Summit on 10-11 June 2015 to raise issues that we strongly urge decisionmakers from both continents to be included in the summit's discussions and outcomes. We call on all participants in the Summit to continue to strive for sustained economic growth solely whilst protecting and promoting human rights, rule of law, social equity and inclusion, especially of themost vulnerable groups, in the two regions.

Social movements Reclaim Peoples Sovereignty Against Corporate-led Trade promoted at the European and Latin American Summit

A broad coalition of social movements from Latin America and Europe organise three days of mobilisation (8-10 June) in Brussels and Strasbourg to mark the EU-CELAC Summit (10-11 June). The broad coalition aims at strengthening and giving visibility to existing resistances and struggles taking place in the two regions. Furthermore, they highlight new initiatives, which move away from the trade and investment architecture promoted by multinational corporations.