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Wednesday, 13 December 2017

European Parliament (Brussels):
-30th November - 1st December: Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development
-1th - 2th December: Committee on International Trade
EU Presidency  (Brussels):
-29th - 30th November: Africa-EU Summit
-29th - 30th November: Agriculture and Fisheries Council
- 3rd December: Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council
ACP Secretariat (Kinshasa):
-2 - 4 December: 20th Session the Joint ACP-EU Parliamentary Assembly


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

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Monday, 29 November 2010

The European Commission adopted a Communication to set up the European Voluntary Humanitarian Aid Corps, as foreseen by the Treaty of Lisbon. This policy paper examines volunteering in Europe, lays out the needs of such volunteering Corps, and details the conditions for the Corps to make a positive contribution to Europe’s humanitarian operations.

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Friday, 26 November 2010

A special Eurobarometer on EU-Africa relations published ahead of the EU-Africa Summit in Libya on 29/30 November shows that European citizens broadly agree with the focus of cooperation between the two partners. For Europeans, the main challenges for cooperation are to tackle poverty (38%), peace and security (34%), and human rights (33%).

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On 29-30 November, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy, Commission President José Manuel Barroso, and Commissioner for Development Andris Piebalgs, will attend the Africa-EU Summit in Tripoli (Libya).

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Thursday, 25 November 2010

White spot syndrome virus (WSSV) has a devastating impact on shrimp farming throughout the world, becoming more aggressive as the epidemic spreads, contrary to other viruses like flu that gradually die out. Scientists from Wageningen University in the Netherlands discovered that WSSV evolves when shrimp farming practices are adapted. They hope that greater understanding will allow further control and containment of the disease.

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