The Practitioners' Network is an open platform for exchange, coordination and harmonization between European development cooperation organisations with a public service mission.
The Practitioners’ Network is open to all European non-profit national bodies with a public service mission which directly implement European or bilateral development assistance and which agree to the objectives, values and commitments of the Practitioners’ Network. The Practitioners’ Network is comprised of fourteen Members and one Observer.
The Practitioners’ Network aims to strengthen cooperation, links and complementarity between European development players with a public service mission, creating opportunities for cooperation and synergies at the implementation level. It enables the exchange of information and experience between practitioners and provides feedback on European development policies from a practitioner’s perspective, while enhancing the visibility of its Members.
Exploring the potential for improving the existing European coordination mechanisms in Fragile States Study based on country case-studies"
|Working Group “Crisis, Fragility and Migration” - 5 December, Brussels|
|European cooperation agencies commit to facilitating joint implementation|
|Meeting Working Group on Private Sector - 24 November 2016, Brussels|
|CEO High Level Meeting - November 8, 2016 under the British Council Presidency|