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Public group
Owned by: 
UNIDO Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development Organization
Created: 
5 November 2010

The group is about three main topics: poverty reduction through productive activities; trade capacity-building and energy and environment.

91 members 178 posts 1 recommendation
Public group
Owned by: 
Ziad Abbasi
Created: 
6 December 2011

Developing micro projects outside big cities to create jobs and revenues

57 members 9 posts 1 recommendation
Nolasco Joao uploaded a new Document 23 April 2012
Nolasco Joao uploaded a new Document 23 April 2012
Public group
Owned by: 
Samuel Poos
Created: 
18 March 2014

Fair trade gives smallholders, especially in the South, the opportunity to develop in a sustainable way. One of the most impor

35 members 28 posts 0 recommendations
04
Apr
From4 April 2014
in Brussels (Belgium)
Organised byThe Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA)

The next Brussels Development Briefing on ‘Realising the Promise of
Agriculture for Africa’s Transformation’ will be held during the morning
of Friday 4 April 2014, at the Egmont Palace in Brussels. This 36th Briefing
is timed to coincide with the 4th Africa-EU Summit, and the panel is being
organised by the ACP-EU Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural
Cooperation (CTA), in collaboration with the European Commission and the AU
Commission.

Ken Lohento posted Information 8 December 2014

Youth call for proposalsAdvancing youth agricultural entrepreneurship and ICT innovations to boost climate-resilient fo

20
May
From20 May 2015
in Brussels (Belgium)
Organised byCTA

The next Brussels Development Briefing n.41 on the subject of 'Policies and
value chains for enhanced nutrition' will be held in Brussels on 20th May
2015. Regsiter here. [1]

[1] http://brusselsbriefings.net/next-briefing/

12
Jun
From12 June 2015
in Geneva (Switzerland)
Organised byGlobal Initiative for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

The global growth of private actors in education presents many challenges
from a human rights perspective. As discussed during a side-event at the
Human Rights Council last year, increasing privatisation of education is
pushing already vulnerable groups deeper into poverty and furthering social
divisions, making it more difficult for states to fulfil their core
obligation to provide quality public education for all. Unfortunately, the
issues discussed last year have become more acute and the questions raised at
that time remain unanswered; in particular, which policies consistent with
human rights frameworks need to be adopted to effectively respond to these
challenges.

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