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February 21, 2012

CTA Brussels Briefing on pastoralism: February 22 2012

New challenges and opportunities for pastoralism in ACP countries will be at the core of the next CTA Brussels Briefing.

To be discussed will be the main challenges affecting pastoralists, especially in the ACP countries, and the opportunities provided by existing continental and regional policy frameworks and processes. It will then focus on sharing good practices and experiences from the field across regions. To be identified will be what urgent and concrete policy actions need to be in place to increase support pastoralism.

It will take place on the 22 February 2012 and will be organised in partnership with the African Union Commission, the European Commission (DG DEVCO)the ACP Secretariat, Concord and various media partners.

The Briefing will be fully webstreamed in English and French (from 8h30 a.m. to13.00 p.m. CET).

To see the programme and note of the Briefing, visit brusselsbriefings.

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