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Tuesday, 19 February 2019

European Parliament:

- 07-10 October: European Parliament Plenary Session

Council of the EU:

- 10 October: Transport, Telecommunications & Energy Council

ACP Group:

- 7-9 October: ACP Ministerial Trade Committee – Senior Officials
- 9-11 October: 17th Meeting of the ACP Ministerial Trade Committee
- 11 October: 12th Meeting of the Joint ACP-EU Ministerial Trade Committee

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The last Brussels Development Briefing on the ‘Drivers of success for agricultural transformation in Africa‘ was held on 2nd of October, at the Borschette Congress Center in Brussels. More than 120 participants discussed successes and shared lessons from the agricultural transformation in Africa, by emphasizing its impact on the livelihood of the people and its key role for the growth of the economies of the continent.

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.

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On Wednesday 2nd October, The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), the Spanish Ministry of Agriculture and Food and the Environment and the University of Cantabria in launched a database aiming to improve coastal planning and develop preventive measures to adapt to the effects of climate change. The database is part of the project, "Effects of Climate Change on the Coast of Latin America and the Caribbean".

A group of Members of the European Parliament (EP) and Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have issued a call for gender, economy and ecology perspectives to be included in the UN's new sustainable development goals (SDGs). They said that analysis and recommendations from the perspective of civil-society environmental and women's rights organizations should be taken into account by the governments and UN agencies which are preparing their priorities for a framework of goals and targets for development following the Rio+20 summit in June 2012, as well as the post-2015 follow-up of the millennium development goals.

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