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Thursday, 20 September 2018
A briefing paper written jointly by EURODAD, Oxfam and Action Aid, explores EU member state achievements regarding their announcements and actual commitments on three fronts:
•Aid – improving the quantity and quality of international aid
•Debt – easing the burden of unsustainable debt
•International Trade – making the rules of world trade more fair.
They consider the heroes and villains in the EU’s 25-member bloc by asking:
are they collectively doing enough to make sure that the EU seizes the opportunity to make poverty history?
The key issues raised are : the EU must take positive action on improving the quantity and quality of international aid; easing the burden of unsustainable debt; and making the rules of world trade more fair.
On aid, the EU could play a pivotal role in helping to achieve the increases that are necessary in order to meet the MDGs by the year 2015. In the past, EU commitments have acted as a catalyst to stimulate action by other major aid donors, such as the
USA. The EU should achieve an average level of 0.7 per cent of GNI allocated to overseas aid by 2010. Sadly, the EU has a mixed record.
See full report attached.
Established in 1991, the European Tropical Forest Research Network (ETFRN) is a forum for communication between European organisations, researchers, EU institutions and others concerned with (sub-)tropical forest research. The ETFRN Network seeks to promote the involvement of European research expertise towards the conservation and wise use of forests and woodlands in tropical and subtropical countries. The network has participants in 16 European countries, including Norway, Switzerland, and all European Union member states, except Luxemburg. ETFRN provides Network Services which include: webservices, workshops, news, research exchange.

The recent meeting held in Brussels on 20-21 January 2005 on forest research for development had interesting presentations and involved a number of Southern foretsry networks amongst which the African Forest Research Network (AFORNET), the Forestry Research Network in Sub-Saharan Africa (FORNESSA) and the Asia Pacific Association of Forestry Research Institutions (APAFRI).
See futher information in ETFRN website.

Tuesday, 15 February 2005
This is a very interesting summary of the main issue son GMO's from an EU perspective. This is an updated version of 14/02/2005.
The European Commission, the Commonwealth Secretariat and the Agence intergouvernementale de la Francophonie (AIF) with the support of the ACP Secretariat have concluded a joint initiative on the Trade Policy Formulation, Negotiations and Implementation (Hub and Spoke) Project to address the trade capacity challenges faced by ACP member countries. An information meeting was held at the ACP House last Friday 11th February 2005.The 4 year project will focus on capacity building for ministries and organisations responsible for trade policy formulation and negotiations; strengthening national and regional institutions; provision of technical advice on trade issues.
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As approved at the last ACP Council of Ministers held in Brussels from 29 November to 2nd December 2004, Timor Leste is the 79th ACP country.
H. E. M. Antonio AMORIM DIAS is the Ambassador to the EU and to the Begian authorities. For more information on this country, consult the government website.