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EXPO’ 15: Global Forum on Remittances and Development 2015

  “The Global Forum on Remittances and Development (GFRD) 2015 will be held in Milan on 16-19 June, in conjunction with the Universal Exposition EXPO2015 – Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life.”

MigrAzioni

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Multi-year Expert Meeting on Commodities and Development ’15

The Meeting is expected to provide a forum for sharing country experiences with a view to identifying and implementing appropriate policies at the national, regional and international levels; to addressing the impacts of the volatility of commodity prices on vulnerable groups; and to helping commodity-dependent developing countries formulate sustainable and inclusive development strategies, including those

Global Commodities Forum 2015

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Milan Concert for Human Right

  The United Planet Foundation vice president Massimo Restivo, Italian Referral Giacomo Piazzi have been invited by Associazione per i diritti umani e la tolleranza O.N.L.U.S. to a benefit concert “United for Human Rights” that take place at  Teatro Manzoni in  Milan the 5th of December. Info: diritti@dirittiumanietolleranza.org Event’s Flyer here    

UNCTAD Expert Meeting, Geneve

12-14 November ’14 UNCTAD Meeting Expert Meeting on the Impact of Access to Financial Services, Including by Highlighting Remittances on Development: Economic Empowerment of Women and Youth Our United Nations Delagate Dr. Massimo Restivo have been invited to Geneve to attend this very important UNCTAD Meeting. He participated to all debates on the impact of access

Ecuadorian Meeting, Milan

Mr. Restivo met Ricardo Armando Patiño Aroca, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Integration of Ecuador Government to address the issues of ecuadorian entrusted children to italian government.