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15
Jan
From
15 January 2015 to 7 February 2015
in (XX)
10
Oct
From
10 October 2016 to 12 October 2016
in Brussels (Belgium)
Organised byDEVCO, NEAR and FPI

Our kick off workshop OPSYS on 10-12 October was a success.  It was an exciting time! You will find below the final agenda, linked to the presentations given during the workshop. The minutes of the Workshop are still following. There are also some pictures from the working sessions and the plenary.

19
Nov
From
19 November 2018 to 23 November 2018
Organised bythe African Union Commission

The African Union Commission is Organizing the 1st forum of the GMES and Africa Support Programme, from 19 to 23 November 2018, in Libreville, Gabon. 

26
Nov
From26 November 2015
in Brussels (Belgium)
Organised byEuropean Commission, DG-DEVCO, with Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development Neven Mimica
06
May
From
6 May 2015 to 7 May 2015
in Brussels (Belgium)
Organised byEuropean Commission

The 5th European Civil Protection Forum will take place in Brussels on 6 and 7 May 2015.

It will be hosted by Mr Christos Stylianides, the European Commissioner responsible for Humanitarian Aid & Crisis Management.

05
Jun
From
5 June 2017 to 6 June 2017
in Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago)
Organised byCARIFORUM Directorate and Equinoccio Consortium

The final event of the 10th European Development Fund (EDF) Caribbean Regional Indicative Programme (CRIP) “Capacity Building Project on Competition, Public Procurement and Customs and Trade Facilitation Project” will take place on the 5th and 6th June 2017 at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad.

09
Oct
From9 October 2012
in Brussels (Belgium)
Organised byYannik Jadot, Fiona Hall and FERN

 **Exploring a decade of achievements and challenges in the EU Forest Law
Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) programme**

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** llegal logging costs developing countries US$15 billion in lost revenues
each year (World Bank), and has helped to fund national and regional
conflicts.  In March next year, the EU Timber Regulation will place
restrictions on timber legally allowed to enter the EU.**

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**This timely conference will examine the ten year history of the EU Forest
Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Action Plan, and explore any
lessons for the future. EU FLEGT has emerged as a uniquely inclusive,
innovative approach to  protecting forests and the livelihoods of the people
who use them.**

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***Speakers will include:* MEPs Yannick Jadot and Fiona Hall, Goldman
environment prize winner Silas Siakor, former Guardian Environment Journalist
of the year Fred Pearce, civil society representatives from forest producing
countries, the EU Timber Trade Federation, and International NGOs. More
speakers will be announced later.**

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09
Mar
From
9 March 2015 to 13 March 2015
in Dubrovnik (Croatia)
Organised byTurin School of Local Regulation & Florence School of Regulation

A 5-day course to analyze economic regulation of public services from
different perspectives. 

03
Apr
From
3 April 2017 to 4 April 2017
in Geneva (Switzerland)
Organised byJoint Inspection Unit of the United Nations system, Knowledge Management Austria (KMA), KM4Dev community

The Global Knowledge for Development (K4D) Conference is aimed at the review
and advancement of knowledge management practices in the field of sustainable
development and presenting a new agenda to strengthen knowledge societies and
economies for development. The Conference will provide insights in current
practices and explore future developments in the use of knowledge management
in the area of development. The announcement of the conference, plus the
registration form and instructions for registration are attached,

18
Feb
From18 February 2015
in (Belgium)
Organised byEngineering for Change

Many well-intentioned people are working to make water flow in the homes of more than half of the world’s population that do not have it. But on average, 40% of rural water systems in developing countries stop working a few years after they are built. Billions of dollars in aid money have been thrown at the problem, but recent maps of water systems in several countries shows that they continue to break down. In this webinar, we will focus on the one of the common reasons that rural water systems in developing countries do not function as expected: the lack of preventive maintenance.

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