European networks have been working together on several European Parliament initiatives and processes, to monitor impacts of EU policies in the Latin American region and ensure that they are consistent with human rights and  tackle the most pressing issues, and to ensure that the voices of those who are most affected are heard.

In this context, the following briefing on the EU-LA relations focuses on the “new trends in development cooperation”, “the asymmetry in trading relations”, “the difficulties for civil society participation and the defense of fundamental rights” and “the violence against women as a pressing issue”. Lastly, it includes some recommendations to the European Union with the aim of reducing poverty and inequality and developing more inclusive, sustainable and just societies.

 

YOU CAN FIND HERE THE BRIEFING IN ENGLISH

 

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