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The Oxfam paper Mainstreaming Human Development: The Social Policy Fundamentals also supports participation, thus underlining that NGOs followed what was seen as alternative development policy and that, by their rise to prominence, they transformed alternative proposals into mainstream policy. Of relevance is an Oxfam GB Policy Paper September 2000, entitled The European Union: A potential global force for change. This paper states that the EU policy framework does not really help and that it reinforces inequality.
35 Stevens and Van Themaat note on page 11 that Lomé III ‘is clearly inadequate’, thus recognising the deterioration of the relationship from the earlier position of far greater respect and equality to the contemporary one (in 1985) where the EEC was beginning to more openly dominate the partnership. They note no real increase in the aid budget allocation from Lomé II to Lomé III and suggest ‘it is best to consider the two aid budgets to be of roughly similar size’36 and that FRIENDS OR FOES? 38 Thus again we are forced to note the superior position of the European Union and its adoption of a position from which it can withhold any future aid.
Adam Ferguson (1723–1816) is often regarded as one of the founding fathers of sociology. In An Essay on the History of Civil Society (1767), he articulates a liberal view of the integration of individuals, society, economy and social values into a coherent whole, but does not go as far as the neoliberal market economics dominant within the Washington Consensus that drives the domi- FRIENDS OR FOES? 41 nant approach to development. His views are therefore worth a brief examination as they contain much that is relevant to the EU and ACP relationship.