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01
May
From
1 May 2012 to 2 May 2012
in Monrovia (Liberia)

*www.forestgovernanceforum.com* [1]

*How can forest resources be managed in the interests of all stakeholders?
How can Forest Governance be strengthened to deliver results that make
economic, social and ecological sense?*

*Comprising of West African events (Ghana & Liberia) and Central African
events (DRC & Cameroon), */Forest Governance Forum/* is designed to create
an in-country space for discussion and exchange of ideas, experience and
research.*

*Blending regional and global speakers and participants from Government,
Civil Society, Trade & Industry, the NGO Community and the Academic World,
the objective is to bring debates surrounding Forest Governance to four key
African countries in order to widen participation, to facilitate more
national voices in the conversation, and to situate issues within a local and
international context.*

*Inspired by Biannual Illegal Logging Stakeholder Conferences at Chatham
House  [2]in London, The Forest Governance Forum contributes to the broader
objective of an EC-funded project, ‘Strengthening African Forest
Governance’  [3], which also includes academic and training components.*

[1] http://www.forestgovernanceforum.com
[2] http://www.illegal-logging.info/
[3] http://www.wlv.ac.uk/cidt

05
Jul
From
5 July 2012 to 6 July 2012
in London (United Kingdom)

The Illegal Logging Stakeholder Update meetings provide updates on the latest
initiatives, regulations and research in the area of forest governance and
trade in illegal timber. They have been at the heart of Chatham House's work
on the issue since the first meeting was held in 2002. The meetings are held
every six months.

http://www.chathamhouse.org/research/eedp/current-projects/illegal-logging
[1]

Registration is now open for the 20th Chatham House Illegal Logging Update
and Stakeholder Consultation Meeting: http://www.illegal-logging.info/ [2]

[1] http://www.chathamhouse.org/research/eedp/current-projects/illegal-logging
[2] http://www.illegal-logging.info/

26
Nov
From
26 November 2012 to 28 November 2012
in Bangkok (Thailand)

DETAILS: http://www.learnmande.com/forum-2012/ [1]

This Forum will focus on how RBM&E practitioners can improve the
effectiveness of their programmes and projects. It will also address wider
issues such as linking M&E to strategic planning, organisation learning,
knowledge management, and capacity development.

The programme consists of a series of KeyNote and Guest Speakers, Panel
Discussions, and Special Sessions (gneral presentations). These will all be
organised around four Themes: -

* Theme 1: Developing and Measuring Outcomes and Impacts
* Theme 2: Getting Buy-in to RBM&E
* Theme 3: M&E, Knowledge Management, and Organisation Learning
* Theme 4: Beyond the Logical Framework

A facilitated ‘question and answer’ time will follow each Presentation
or Panel Discussion, during which time participants will be encouraged to
become involved.

There will also be opportunities to network, exhibit information, and share
information daily. A Forum dinner will also be hosted by the Forum organisers
of the evening of 27 November.

[1] http://www.learnmande.com/forum-2012/

26
Nov
From
26 November 2012 to 18 January 2013
in (Luxembourg)
Organised byEurostat

The e-learning on the /“Guide”/ aims at supporting the efficient use of
the /“Guide”/. It will give you guidance on using the /“Guide”/ for
specific needs, in the context of development cooperation.

At the end of the e-learning, you will know:

-why the /“Guide”/is relevant to your working reality and your needs in
your day-to-day work,

-when to use the /“Guide”/and how to use it efficiently; for example, how
to use statistics to support the formulation of a project/programme in a
specific sector;

-why statistics are essential for good governance.

This course consists of one e-module. Additionally, a further e-module will
be available in February 2013. This e-module 2 is not compulsory and is
directly oriented to the needs of participants in e-module 1.

The estimated workload for e-module 1 is 4 to 6 hours:

-2 to 3 hours to learn e-module 1

-2 to 3 hours to contribute to discussion fora, both on the content of
e‑module 1 and on the development of e-module 2.

You will be free to organise your work programme and distribute the 4 to 6
working hours as you want throughout a period of 6 weeks from 26/11/2012 to
18/01/2013 (excluding the 2 weeks break for Christmas and New Year, from
24/12/12 to 4/01/13).

The e-learning will be conducted in English. The course material is in
English.
(NB: The “/Guide to statistics in European Commission development
cooperation” /itself is also available in French and Spanish)

You can apply to the course via
Syslog:http://www.cc.cec/di/syslog_formation/catalogue/catalogue.cfm?arg_cor_id...
[1]

[1] http://www.cc.cec/di/syslog_formation/catalogue/catalogue.cfm?arg_cor_id...

21
Mar
From
21 March 2013 to 22 March 2013
in Ulan Bator (Mongolia)
Organised byEuropean Commission

The *Export Helpdesk [1]* is an online service, provided by the European
Commission, to inform business in developing countries on how to export to
the EU.

Ines Escudero, Export Helpdesk coordinator, will go to Mongolia to explain
step-by-step how to reach the EU market.

[1] http://www.exporthelp.europa.eu/

26
Feb
From
26 February 2013 to 27 February 2013
in Addis Abbeba (Ethiopia)
Organised byEuropean Commission

The *Export Helpdesk [1]* is an online service, provided by the European
Commission, to inform business in developing countries on how to export to
the EU.

Ines Escudero, Export Helpdesk coordinator, will go to Ethioppia to explain
step-by-step how to reach the EU market.

[1] http://www.exporthelp.europa.eu/

17
Jan
From17 January 2013
in Dakar (Senegal)
Organised byEU Delegation to Senegal , Senegal's Trade Ministry and Asepex

The *Export Helpdesk [1]* is an online service, provided by the European
Commission, to inform business in developing countries on how to export to
the EU.

The Export Helpdesk coordinator will go to Senegal on 17 January to explain
step-by-step how to reach the EU market.

[1] http://www.exporthelp.europa.eu/

17
Jan
From17 January 2013
in Dakar (Senegal)
Organised byEuropean Commission

The *Export Helpdesk [1]* is an online service, provided by the European
Commission, to inform business in developing countries on how to export to
the EU.

Ines Escudero, Export Helpdesk coordinator, will go to Senegal to explain
step-by-step how to reach the EU market.

Just in a few clicks, business can find:

*How?*

It provides business with the full list of requirements its product needs to
fulfill to enter the EU market

*How much?*

It calculates the import tariff applying to its product and informs business
if a preferential tariff applies in its specific case

*How to obtain a preferential tariff?*

It explains the preferential trade agreements applying to its product and
country and informs on how to implement them

It also explains how to prove the origin of a product

*With whom can I do business?*

It provides business with a list of EU trade contacts

*Who is importing/exporting?*

It assists market research by providing detailed statistics on EU trade flows
product-by-product

The *Export Helpdesk [2]* is an online service, provided by the European
Commission, to inform business in developing countries on how to export to
the EU.

Ines Escudero, Export Helpdesk coordinator, will go to Senegal to explain
step-by-step how to reach the EU market

[1] http://www.exporthelp.europa.eu/
[2] http://www.exporthelp.europa.eu/

13
Mar
From
13 March 2013 to 14 March 2013
in Antananaribo (Madagascar)
Organised byEuropean Commission

EU Market Access seminars in Madagascar on "how to export food & clothing to
the EU?" on 13-14 March

17
Jun
From
17 June 2013 to 20 June 2013
in Brussels (Belgium)
Organised byDEVCO B1

This training seminar targets EC colleagues from Delegations and HQ who
work in the areas of governance including justice reform, SSR, corruption,
human rights, democracy, elections and gender. Please do not hesitate to
further disseminate this training among relevant colleagues. To register
please consult Syslog.

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