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Thursday, 19 October 2017

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):
- 10th May: Workshop with Spanish Minister of Agriculture at the agriculture committee
- 10th May: Meeting of the Committee on Development
EU Presidency:
- 10th (Brussels): Council of General Affairs, Council of Foreign Affairs and Development
- 16th May (Spain): Ministerial Conference on Development Cooperation  
ACP Secretariat (Brussels):
- 11th May: Bureau of the Committee of Ambassadors


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

Our video guest this week is Mr. Grodent. He is head of information at SOS Faim (SOS Hunger), a Belgian NGO based in Brussels. In this interview, Mr. Grodent explains the work of SOS Hunger here in Brussels as well as in ACP countries.
On the 6th of May CTA attended the conference “Delivering 21st Century Aid through the European External Action Service?“ organized by Oxfam Solidarity with the support of The Centre in Brussels. The event offered the opportunity to discuss a new report called “21st Century Aid” issued by Oxfam International in April 2010 outlining what good aid is - especially the argument that aid should be granted with the sole objective of tackling poverty.
While humanity is just beginning to try to resolve the damage caused by global warming, loss of biodiversity caused by human activities is even more destructive to the planet! In this international year dedicated to biodiversity, it is necessary to adopt multiple approaches.
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