In this section, you will find information concerning the six ongoing evaluation studies. In time, their full reports will be available for download from here.
During a workshop that was held in Brussels in 2003, the European Union's Heads of Evaluation Taskforce agreed upon definitions for each C. In this section, these definitions are shown.
The Community's competence in the field of development co-operation was only established in law by adoption of the Maastricht Treaty in 1992. The Treaty created a constitutional basis for development co-operation policies, and formalises the existence of a European development policy functioning in liaison with those of Member States, while recognising their interdependence. It revolves in essence around aspects of the so-called "3Cs", while distinct concepts are also inter-related. However, the Treaty is not always clear or free from ambiguities.
In this section of the website you may find information on the different organisations which are involved in the 3C evaluation initiative.
In this section of Three-Cs.net, you may get more information on the current community of practice around coordination, complementarity and coherence. You may also view more information on the consultants who are involved in the six studies.
If you have been working on the 3C's and would like to be included in this list, please contact us. In line with the purpose of the website, any reports/publications that have resulted out of your work have to be publicly available.
In this section you will find recent 3C related news and events - these items complement the ones which are included in the 3C Newsletter