EPSC/ implementation of a new strategy with Africa requires the establishment of an effective mechanism for monitoring

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Dr. OLEG WERETELNIK/ INSTITUT DE DIPLOMATIE PUBLIQUE

Dear European Political Strategy Centre,
Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information.
The European Commission's work programme for 2020 announced a new comprehensive strategy with Africa to boost relations and deepen the partnership with a special focus on human development.
The resolution of 25 March 2021 on the sustainable and inclusive development aspects of the proposed new strategy with Africa supported the comprehensiveness of the strategy, provided it includes a monitoring mechanism involving civil society, local authorities, and national parliaments.
However, the text of the above-mentioned resolution does not provide details of the proposed monitoring mechanism.
Successful implementation of a new strategy with Africa requires the establishment of an effective mechanism for monitoring and evaluation. To ensure that the monitoring mechanism is effective, it is necessary to include involvement of key non-state actors (NSAs): civil society organizations, academic institutions, lobby groups, and others.
The Institute requests you to clarify or provide more information in relation to the fulfillment of the EPSC mandate about the above-mentioned monitoring mechanism and current possibilities for national CSOs, NSAs to be involved in decision-making and monitoring processes of the new EU strategy with Africa.
Yours faithfully,
O. WERETELNIK/ INSTITUT DE DIPLOMATIE PUBLIQUE

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