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Monday, 16 October 2017

Council of the EU:

April 29-30: Gender Equality Conference 'Women's Economic Engagement and the Europe 2020 Agenda'
May 4: Open Doors day at the Council of the EU and the European Council


European Commission:

April 29: Launch event – EU Strategy on adaptation to climate change
May 4: Open Doors day at the European Commission

ACP:


April 29-30: Consultative meeting on the Post-Rio+20 Process

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With the occasion of the 5th steering committee of the ACP Fish II programme, held on 5th of February in Brussels, CTA Brussels met with Georges Mba-Asseko, Expert in maritime, coastal and fisheries ecosystems at the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS), to discuss the situation of fisheries in Central Africa, and the opportunity of the collaboration with the EU, especially in the context of the programme.

The next Brussels Development Briefing will tackle the topic of ‘Food, geography, traditions: Protecting agricultural traditional products’, by looking at the challenges and opportunities for protecting traditional knowledge and registered agricultural products in a sustainable way.

The Obama administration is proposing a major overhaul of food aid that would for the first time put America’s overseas policy in line with European practices of providing cash and other alternatives to bulk shipments.

Friday, 26 April 2013

A trademark system which is used to protect Europe’s finest wines, cheeses and hams - the trade protection system called Geographic Indications (GIs) - could be soon used to protect a South African red tea, locally known as rooibos (Afrikaans for red bush), as a French firm is trying to secure the exclusive rights to market it in France.

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