ACP-EU JPA PRESS RELEASE: Africa can do it, says Co-President Louis Michel

Strasbourg, 1 December 2014/ ACP-EU JPA: "Africa is able not only to transform the lives of a billion citizens, but to improve those of millions of people throughout the world ! said Co-President of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly (JPA) at the opening its 28th session in Strasbourg on 1 December.

Statement by the Co-Chair of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly, Hon. Fitz Jackson (Jamaica) at the Opening Ceremony of the 28th session of the JPA, 1 December 2014, Strasbourg

Mr. Louis Michel, Co-President of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly; Fellow Parliamentarians; Representatives of Observer Organisations to the JPA;   Distinguished invited guests

ACP Secretary General urges greater role for MPs in monitoring ACP-EU programmes

Strasbourg, 28 November 2014/ ACP: Legislators from African, Caribbean and Pacific parliaments were called upon to play a lead role in ensuring accountability and transparency in ACP-EU cooperation in their various countries.   

Future role of ACP Group interrogated by Parliamentary Assembly

Strasbourg, 28 November 2014/ ACP: Debates on determining the future orientation of the ACP Group as an international organisation evoked strong yet mixed reactions from lawmakers from across the ACP regions.

Statement by the Secretary General at the 36th session of the ACP Parliamentary Assembly, 28 November 2014, Strasbourg - France

Hon. Fitz A Jackson, President of the ACP Parliamentary Assembly; Honourable Members; Excellencies ACP Ambassadors present; Ladies and Gentlemen,

I am grateful that I have another occasion to address your Assembly on your return to Strasbourg following your meetings held in this city in March this year.

Three candidates nominated for ACP Secretary General post

Brussels, 21 November 2014/ ACP: Nominees from Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago are contesting the post of Secretary General of the 79-member African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP Group).

Critical matters on agenda for 100th meeting of African, Caribbean, Pacific ministers

Brussels, 21 November 2014/ ACP: The Council of Ministers of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group will devote its landmark 100th session to tackling major issues for the organisation, including its future perspectives as an international coalition.

Statement by the Secretary General at the seminar "Ebola: A Global Governance to face a Global Virus", 20 November 2014, University of Rome Tor Regata

Mr. Chairman; Distinguished Participants; Ladies and Gentlemen.

It is a pleasure to have been invited to participate in this Conference on Ebola and Global Governance, particularly at this time as the international community battles the containment of the recent Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in West Africa.

Symposium lays groundwork for All-ACP private sector strategy

Brussels, 20 November 2014/ ACP PSD: The High-Level Symposium on Private Sector Development Support (PSD) in African, Caribbean and Pacific Countries, which took place on 10 and 11 November 2014 at the ACP House in Brussels, Belgium, brought together more than 150 stakeholders including ACP Missions, Embassies, regional economic communities, private sector actors, international organisations, and other development partners to review a series of recommendations and agree on an “All ACP” platform for PSD.

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