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Friday, 20 July 2018

European Parliament
10 April: Committee on Foreign Affairs
ACP Group
13 April: ACP-EU S/C on Trade Cooperation
13 April: 4th meeting on ACP-EU Dialogue on Migration

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The last Brussels Briefing on "Small island economies: from vulnerabilities to opportunities" took place on 4th April, 2012. More than 100 ACP and EU policy-makers, NGO representatives and Member States delegates actively participated. A wider audience followed the Briefing through a live webstream and participated via email and Twitter.
Next week, all material related to the Briefing, including photos and the videos, will be published here.

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As we announced last month, this week saw the kick-off of "Professional Football Against Hunger", a campaign which has come to European football stadiums with the message that urgent action is needed to avert a humanitarian disaster in the Sahel region of Africa.

High Representative Catherine Ashton has announced this week that certain third countries will comply with the recent Council Decision renewing restrictive measures against the Ivory Coast. The Acceding Country Croatia*, the Candidate Countries Turkey, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia*, Montenegro*, Iceland+ and Serbia*, the Country of the Stabilisation and Association Process and potential candidate Albania, and the EFTA countries Liechtenstein and Norway, members of the European Economic Area, as well as the Republic of Moldova, Armenia, and Georgia, will ensure that their national policies conform to the Council decision.

According to one article by EurActiv, manufacturers recognize  their failure to address concerns over the environmental and health risks of pesticides. Friedhelm Schmider, director general of the European Crop Protection Association (ECPA), said that the industry has learned from past mistakes and stood ready to address wider public concerns over safety and the environment.

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