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Tuesday, 17 October 2017

European Parliament
-2 and 5 July : Committee on Foreign Affairs
Council of Ministers
-6 July: COREPER I
ACP Group
- 2 July:  Management meeting
- 3 July:  Special meeting of the Committee of Ambassadors
- 4 July:  CaribErasmus International Seminar
- 6 July:  SEDT Department

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APHLIS (the African Postharvest Losses Information System), which is the initiative of the EC’s Joint Research Centre, funded by DEVCO, and it has been developed in association with FAO, ASARECA and SADC, is based on a network of local African experts, who supply relevant data and verify post-harvest loss estimations. During the course of the last Brussels Development Briefing on “Addressing Food Waste in Times of Crisis” , we spoke with Oliver Leo, from the Joint Research Centre, (European Commission). He explained to us the key aspects of the project.

The last Brussels Briefing on " Addressing Food Waste in Times of Crisis” took place on 26th June, 2012. More than 150 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.

The ACP is not willing to yield to EU conditions under the Economic partnership Agreements, the so-called EPAs. The group warned last week that it will not sign  until there is a mutually beneficial position that does not threaten regional integration.

According to a recent report by the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) and the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), while the UK government and public have been known for their commitment to international development agenda, there are “clear signs” that point to the diminishing of the value placed on aid.

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