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O Desenvolvimento do Setor Educativo Africano como Prioridade da APD Portuguesa (1998-2011)

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  • Raquel Faria

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A política de Cooperação Portuguesa desde cedo estabeleceu como prioridade central os Países Africanos de Língua Oficial Portuguesa (PALOP), devido aos laços históricos e socioculturais, que caraterizam uma relação com mais de 35 (trinta e cinco) anos. Conhecida pelos seus objetivos de redução da pobreza; de reforço da Democracia e do Estado de Direito; de promoção tanto do crescimento económico como do diálogo, das integrações regionais e de uma parceria europeia para o desenvolvimento humano, a Cooperação nacional tem desempenhado um papel crucial no desenvolvimento africano, particularmente, ao nível do setor educativo.

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  • Raquel Faria, 2012. "O Desenvolvimento do Setor Educativo Africano como Prioridade da APD Portuguesa (1998-2011)," CEsA Working Papers 111, CEsA - Center of African, Asian and Latin American Studies.
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    1. Paul Pennings, 2002. "The Dimensionality of the EU Policy Space," European Union Politics, , vol. 3(1), pages 59-80, March.
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    Cooperação; Educação; Política; PALOP;

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