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Climate Diplomacy

AFET
European Parliament, P3C050
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The workshop aims to inform the Members of the AFET and ENVI Committees and all participants about the state of play on climate diplomacy. The workshop will provide insights from experts and give the opportunity to reflect on the role the EU wants to play on climate diplomacy. The workshop is hosted by MEPs Jo LEINEN and Arne LIETZ, co-rapporteurs of the EP own initiative report on climate diplomacy.


Workshop on Sectarianism in the Middle East and North Africa

AFET
Brussels JAN 2Q2
Workshop on Sectarianism in the Middle East and North Africa Workshop on Sectarianism in the Middle East and North Africa
Workshop on Sectarianism in the Middle East and North Africa © EP
If you do not have an EP access badge, please register by Friday, 28 April 2017.

N.B: The meeting will be conducted in English and no interpretation will be available.


EU-Turkmenistan relations

AFET
Jószef Antall building (Brussels) - Room 2Q2
Poster: EU-Turkmenistan Workshop_EN
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Poster: EU-Turkmenistan Workshop_FR
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The workshop will provide external expertise and additional input into Parliament’s position on the EU-Turkmenistan Partnership and Cooperation Agreement, exploring a possible set of feasible benchmarks, notably with regard to the rule of law, good governance and human rights.


Afghanistan - Challenges and Perspectives until 2020

AFET DEVE
Altiero Spinelli (ASP 3G3), Brussels
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"Afghanistan - Challenges and perspective until 2020" © European Parliament

This joint Parliamentary workshop between the Committee on Foreign Affairs (AFET), the Committee on Development (DEVE) and the Delegation for relations with Afghanistan aims to inform and to build awareness in the aftermath of the Brussels Conference, which was scheduled on 4-5 October 2016 bringing together more than 70 countries and 20 international organisations and agencies.

The aim of the Brussels Conference was to endorse a realistic reform programme to be implemented by the Afghan government and to ensure continued international political and financial support for political and economic stability, state building and development over the coming four years. Against this background, the workshop will consist of three different panels on political, security and economic/development aspects in Afghanistan, thus covering the cross-Committee nature of the EU-Afghanistan relationship.