Brussels, 10 April 2014/ ACP: A year shy of its 40th anniversary, having spent decades working to lift its people out of poverty, the 79-member African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP) – the largest intergovernmental association of developing countries in existence – is undergoing a period of profound self-review.
by Dr. Obadiah Mailafia, Chef de Cabinet
This is a summarised version of a public lecture delivered to the Annual Congress of the National Economics Students Association of (NESA) at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria, on Wednesday 12th March 2014.
Today, Rwanda and the entire international community is commemorating the 20th anniversary of the genocide that took place in that country in 1994. The memory of this unspeakable tragedy continues to haunt our collective memory and constantly reminds us of the absolute need to remain vigilant in the face of the risk, not yet definitively eliminated, of reliving such inhumane acts based on an unjustified hatred of your fellowman.
Brussels, 4 April 2014/ ACP: The ACP Secretary General H.E Alhaji Muhammad Mumuni welcomed the Prime Minister of Cote D'Ivoire, H.E. Daniel Kablan Duncan to the ACP House for a courtesy call on Tuesday 1 April.
Brussels, 1 April 2014/ UN WOMEN/ ACP: A new partnership between the ACP Secretariat and UN Women was signed today by ACP Secretary-General Alhaji Muhammad Mumuni and UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka.
Abuja, 31 March 2014/ ECOWAS PRESS RELEASE: West African leaders have endorsed “in principle” the conclusion of the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) negotiations with the European Union (EU) for a free trade area of the two economic blocs but urged the region’s chief negotiators to take appropriate measures to resolve outstanding technical issues within two months before the signing of the agreement.
Harare, Zimbabwe, 27 March 2014/ ND: The World Trade Organisation (WTO), together with European Union (EU) and Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP) will this week host a two-day workshop in Harare aimed at improving Zimbabwe’s economic performance.
Address by the Chair of the Sub-Committee on Development Finance Cooperation - 2nd ACP Symposium on South-South & Triangular Cooperation
Secretary General; Excellencies; Distinguished Guests and Representatives; Ladies and Gentlemen,
In my capacity as Chair of the ACP Committee on Development Finance Cooperation, and on behalf of the members of the Sub-Committee, I wish to warmly welcome you all to the 2nd ACP Symposium on South-South and Triangular Cooperation.