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Newsletter 221

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Saturday, 18 August 2018

The 18th Brussels Development Briefing will be on natural disasters, humanitarian assistance and rural development and will take place on 12th May 2010 (8h30-13h00) at the Borschette Center, Room 1A. This Briefing will discuss Humanitarian needs and responses looking first at recent trends and challenges and innovative and responsive approaches to future challenges. 

European Parliament (Brussels): 
- 26th to 27th April: Meeting of the Committee on Development with the participation of EU Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid, Kristalina Georgieva
- 27th to 28th April: Meeting of the International Trade Committee
EU Presidency (Luxembourg):
- 26th April: Council of Foreign Affairs and Defence
- 27th April: General Affairs Council and Foreign Affairs Council
ACP Secretariat (Brussels):
- 27th April: Enlarged Bureau of the Committee of Ambassadors
- 27th April: Sub-Committee on Sustainable Development
- 29th April: ACP-EU Committee of Ambassadors

For more information please consult the calendar on our webpage http://brussels.cta.int/

Why do we need a Communication on Tax and Development? Supporting developing countries in mobilising domestic revenues and in fighting tax evasion is key in efforts to eradicate poverty as measured by the Millennium Development Goals.

Friday, 23 April 2010
The European Union (EU)’s interest and involvement in foreign direct investment (FDI) is by no means new. However, it has only been comparatively recently that one has been able to begin to distinguish the particularities of a specific EU approach to FDI, especially when placed within a broader developmental context.
The commitment to provide new finance in support of climate change actions in developing countries was one of the few areas where tangible progress was made at the Copenhagen COP meeting. In light of this, securing a system that supports such financial flows to developing countries is an immediate challenge for the international community.
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