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Civil Society Dialogue meeting: Commission Staff Working Paper on Child Labour

  • Date: 04/05/2010, 10:30 - 12:30 (Registration closed)
  • Location: Charlemagne Building, Room Lord Jenkins, 170 Rue de la Loi, 1049 Brussels
  • Registration closes on : 29/04/2010 12:00

Meeting details

  • Date: 04/05/2010, 10:30 - 12:30 (registration closed)
  • Location: Charlemagne Building, Room Lord Jenkins, 170 Rue de la Loi, 1049 Brussels
  • Registration closes on : 29/04/2010 12:00

The purpose of the meeting is to present the Commission Staff Working Document on Combating Child Labour and to allow for an exchange of views on the paper and related issues.

Key-note Speakers
Ms Anya Oram, Policy Officer, Sustainable Development and SPS Issues Unit, DG Trade, European Commission
Mr Rudi Delarue, Director, ILO Office for the EU and the Benelux countries
Ms Margaret Wachenfeld, Senior Policy Adviser, UNICEF Brussels Office

Agenda
1. Presentation of the Commission Staff Working Document
2. Presentation by ILO
3. Presentation by UNICEF
4. Open discussion

Chair
Ms Ramona Samson, Civil Society Coordinator, DG Trade, European Commission

Reports and Contributions

Commission Staff Working Document on Combating Child Labour (click here)

About travel expense.

Related documents

Organisations that have registered to participate in this meeting.

  • Mr Sune Jin Christensen, Danske Slagterier, SA (Danish Bacon and Meat Council)
  • Ms Anna Cartbo, European Fair Trade Association (EFTA)
  • Mr Paul Chandler, Traidcraft Exchange
  • Ms Catherine Entzminger, European Cocoa Association
  • Ms Catherine Entzminger, European Cocoa Association
  • Dr Pierre Gröning, Foreign Trade Association
  • Ms Marta Kaczmarek, European Coordination of Independent Producers
  • Mr Ralph Kamphöner, EuroCommerce
  • Mr Kristofer Karlsson, World Fair Trade Organization
  • Mr Jürgen Noack, EuroCommerce
  • Ms Marieke Poissonnier, Oxfam-Wereldwinkels vzw
  • Mr Aron Thuroczy , European Cocoa Association
  • Ms. Tinatin Tsertsvadze, Open Society European Policy Institute
  • Ms Marina VALVERDE LOPEZ, CAOBISCO
  • Ms Petra Völkerer, Bundesarbeitskammer Österreich