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Sunday, 23 September 2018

Due to a lack of consensus on the issue of migration, member states cannot come to an agreement on a mandate to begin negotiations on the future partnership agreement with African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries, EURACTIV.fr reports. The disagreement among member states on the issue of migration in the future partnership agreement could postpone the start of negotiations, originally scheduled for 1 June. and readmission of illegal migrants.

Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Ghana becomes the first West African country to have a representative of the world’s oldest export credit agency, UK Export Finance (UKEF) stationed in-country. Steve Gray, who will be taking up office at the British High Commission in Accra as the UKEF Country Manager, will work closely with the Department for International Trade team to strengthen trading relations between Ghana and the United Kingdom reaffirming the UK Government’s ambitions for more trade with the Ghanaian market.

Tuesday, 29 May 2018

Going Digital: Sustainable development in agriculture for women Supporting women’s access to ICTs for agriculture and promoting participation European Development Days Lab Debate
LOCATION: D3

DATE:Tuesday, June 5, 2018, 18:00 to 19:15

 

The need to embrace digital innovations and the opportunities they offer is real. Agriculture is not immune to these changes as they have the ability to transform every link in the agriculture value chain. However, despite the advancements in digitalisation, the gender gaps in access to ICTs continue to widen. Women are 14% less likely than men to own a mobile phone and 25 % fewer women and girls use the internet. This means female farmers, particularly in rural areas, often experience difficulties accessing relevant information, financial products and services and markets. They are also often do not participate in relevant policy-making.

European Parliament

22-24 May: European Parliament Committee Meetings

European Council

22 May: Foreign Affairs Council
22 May: Working Party on the Environment
22 May: Working Party on Energy

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Africa’s biggest trading bloc, COMESA, has signed a financing agreement with the European Union (EU) aimed at enhancing trade facilitation between Zambia and Malawi, a state-run news agency reported yesterday.