A new Africa-Europe strategic partnership is on the cards. But this will only come to fruition if the European Union gets its member states on board to engage in a substantive discussion with the African Union
Programme Coordinator, Africa programme
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Denica Yotova is the Africa programme coordinator of the European Council on Foreign Relations.
Yotova used to be part of ECFR’s central advocacy team coordinating the annual workplan, advocacy planning and reporting of our four regional programmes since 2016. She is currently the Africa programme coordinator providing cross-cutting coordination to the activities of ECFR’s new Africa Programme and supporting the development of the Programme’s policy & advocacy activities, financial management, communications and outreach. She played a crucial role in setting up the new Programme and ensuring its success.
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