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EMRC is co-hosting the roundtable and exhibition "Accelerating Growth through PPPs” in Brussels

EMRC is co-hosting the roundtable and exhibition "Accelerating Growth through PPPs” in Brussels

EMRC is co-hosting the roundtable and exhibition

EMRC is co-hosting the roundtable and exhibition "Accelerating Growth through PPPs” in Brussels

EMRC and Mazungumzo are organizing the roundtable and photo exhibition "Accelerating Growth through PPPs” to explore the role of Public-Private Partnerships in sustainable economic development.

The Roundtable will bring together key policymakers and industry players to debate the significant challenge of how to best achieve sustainable economic development through PPPs. In the context of target 8.7 of the UN 2030 Agenda to eliminate the worst forms of child labour, the EU is actively pursuing cooperation with a broad range of stakeholders, including the private sector to promote sustainable value chains.

Under the auspices of the Vice-Chair of the European Parliament Development Committee MEP Nirj Deva, the roundtable will provide real life examples of constructive interaction between government and business to achieve sustainable economic development contributing to local and regional development especially in the agriculture sector.

Some of the confirmed speakers include Dr. Patrick Gomes, ACP Secretary General
, H.E. Aziza A. Baroud, Ambassador of Chad to Belgium and the EU, and H.E. Tadeous T. Chifamba, Ambassador of Zimbabwe to Belgium and the EU.   

 

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Participation is free, but reservation is required by 15 October. Please include full name, organisation and position in your confirmation email to  mg@emrc.be.

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