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24.9.  Bibliography on EU's development aid policy

    ARNDT Channing (et al. eds.). Growth and poverty in sub-Saharan Africa.. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.

    CHUTER David, GAUB Florence. Understanding African armies. Institute for Security Studies, Paris, ISS, 2016.

    EUROPEAN COMMISSION. Monitoring the Syrian humanitarian crisis with the JRC's global human settlement layer and night-time satellite. Luxembourg: Publications Office, 2016.

    »». Financing global sustainable development: illustrations of EU contributions to the 2030 agenda. Luxembourg: Publications Office, 2016.

    »». EU humanitarian aid and civil protection. Luxembourg: Publications Office, 2016.

    »». 10 ways the EU supports the world's least developed countries. Luxembourg: Publications Office, 2016.

    »». We can do better if we know better!: statistics for development: 2016 edition. Luxembourg: Publications Office, 2016.

    »». Food and nutrition security and role of smallholder farms: challenges and opportunities: workshop proceedings. Luxembourg: Publications Office, 2016.

    »». EU international cooperation and development: first report on selected results, July 2013 - June 2014. Luxembourg: Publications Office, 2016.

    »». Integrating the environment and climate change into EU international cooperation and development: towards sustainable development. Luxembourg: Publications Office, 2016.

    »». Action plan on nutrition: first progress report July 2014 - March 2016: food and nutrition security / sustainable agriculture. Luxembourg: Publications Office, 2016.

    »». Global food security 2030: assessing trends with a view to guiding future EU policies. Luxembourg: Publications Office, 2016.

    EUROPEAN COURT OF AUDITORS. Did the Commission effectively manage the humanitarian aid provided to populations affected by conflicts in the African Great Lakes Region? Special Report No 15, 2016, Luxembourg: Publications Office, 2016.

    EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT. Land grabbing and human rights: the involvement of European corporate and financial entities in land grabbing outside the European Union. Brussels: European Parliament, 2016.

    »». The World Humanitarian Summit 2016: time for action, not for complacency. Brussels: European Parliament, 2016.

    »». EU Policy Coherence for Development: the challenge of sustainability. Luxembourg: Publications Office, 2016.

    »». Beyond the European seas: the external dimension of the common fisheries policy: in-depth analysis. Brussels: European Parliament, 2016.

    FISCHER-LESCANO, Andreas, MÖLLER Kolja (eds.). Transnationalisation of social rights. Mortsel: Intersentia, 2016.

    MILANOVIC Branko. Global inequality: a new approach for the age of globalization. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2016.

    RABIE Mohamed. A theory of sustainable sociocultural and economic development. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.

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