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Wednesday, 18 July 2018

European Parliament (Brussels):
- 16 and 19 November: Committee meetings
- 17-19 November: Political groups meetings

EU Presidency (Brussels):
- 17 November: Working Party on External Fisheries Policy
- 18 November: Coreper I; Africa Working Party (COAFR); United Nations Working Party: CONUN
- 19 November: Coreper I
- 20 November: ACP Working Party; Coreper II 

ACP Secretariat (Brussels):
16-19 November: 90th Session of the ACP Council of Ministers

For more information please consult the calendar on our webpage

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Friday, 13 November 2009
Mr Jean-Philippe Rapp, Director of the International Media North South Forum, is our guest. On the occasion of his participation in the Brussels Development Briefing on the importance of media in the development of ACP countries, Mr. Rapp presented to us the International Media North South Forum, which for 25 years now provides a platform to discuss development issues at the global level and the main future challenges amongst television, radio and print media specialists. After being debated in September in Geneva, Switzerland, the theme of hunger is again the focus of discussions at the next International Forum on North-South Media which should be held in 2010 in Burkina Faso.
The CTA is recruting a trainee (Junior Research Assistant) for the Brussels Office . A one six month’s contract will be offered from 1st December 2009. This contract can be renewed once for a maximum of 6 months. Read details on requirements and how to apply in the note attached.
Pro€Invest launched its new website on the 2nd November. All information related to available tools  of the Programme such as technical assistance will be easily accessible. New rubrics will also give you the opportunity to discover all activities and projects of intermediary and regional organizations  that have worked with the Programme. Rubrics such as «Feedback on projects» and «News» will also give a particular online space to project owners for the promotion of their organization’s activities!
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