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ACP-EU JOINT PARLIAMENTARY ASSEMBLY 31st SESSION

Windhoek, Namibia - 13 to 15 June 2016

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 OFFICIAL JOURNAL (C451, 2.12.2016) (contains the minutes and the adopted resolutions)
  
 AGENDA AND WORK PROGRAMME
  
 RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED
 Improving participatory governance through decentralisation and strengthening local governance
 A continental free trade area for Africa – prospects for fostering intra-African trade and potential benefits for the ACP
 Migration between ACP and EU Member States: causes, consequences and strategies
for common management
 The pre-electoral and security situation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
 Rape and violence against women and children in armed conflicts
  
 FORMAL OPENING SESSION
 Netty Baldeh, Co-President of the Joint Parliamentary Assembly
 Michele Rivasi, acting Co-President of the Joint Parliamentary Assembly
  
 SPEECHES
 Ad)keye Adebajo, Director of the Centre for Conflict Resolution in Cape
Town (South Africa)
  
 PRESS RELEASES
 Press statement : Strengthening the ACP-EU Assembly to meet today’s global challenges
 Press conference - Results of the 31st Session of the ACP - EU JPA
 Opening of the ACP-EU JPA
 Press conference - Formal opening of the 31st Session of the ACP - EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly
 31st ACP-EU Parliamentary Assembly meets the youth
  
 REPLIES GIVEN BY THE COMMISSION TO ORAL QUESTIONS
  
 Students from Namibian universities, high schools and youth associations are invited to debate with Members of the ACP-EU Assembly on the future of the relations between ACP and EU countries.
  
 Link to pictures
  
 - Practical information


Last update: 4.02.2016