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Sunday, 18 March 2018


- 2 October: Brussels Briefing on Agricultural transformation in Africa

European Parliament:

- 30 September: Committee on Foreign Affairs
- 30 September: Committee on Development
- 30 September: Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development
- 03 October: Committee on Development
- 03 October: Committee on Fisheries

Council of the EU:

- 2 October: Informal meeting of directors general on fishery
- 3-4 October: Informal meeting of the Working Party on Development Cooperation (CODEV)

ACP Group:

- 01 October: Steering Committee on BIOPAMA

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In this week’s CTA Brussels video interview, John Malcolm Spence Senior Coordinator, Intellectual Property Issues, CARICOM Secretariat, tells us more about the concept of Geographic Indication (GI) and the opportunities it represents for the states of CARICOM.

The next Brussels Development Briefing on ‘Drivers of success for agricultural transformation in Africa‘, which will be held on Wednesday 2nd October, will be broadcasted live online via webstreaming. The link will be announced on the day of the event on the Brussels Briefings website.

CTA wishes to recruit a Project and Administrative Assistant to provide support to the CTA Brussels Office in administrative and financial management tasks as well as in project management.

A recent opinion poll by the Stiftung Weltbevölkerung (DSW) has revealed that most Germans want to keep a the European development aid target. 80% of them disapprove their federal development minister Dirk Niebel’s statement that the target of earmarking 0.7% of European gross national income (GNI) for development aid is “no longer up-to-date,” EurActiv Germany reports.

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