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Kampala 18.04.2017 - At least over 400 delegates from different parts of the Africa are expected to attend the CBR conference on sustainable development scheduled to take place in Zambia starting from 7th - 11th May 2018. The conference, whose theme is ‘CBR for resilience building and sustainable development: leave no one behind’ is jointly organised by CBR Africa Network (CAN) and the government of Zambia.
EuroGeographics has appointed an international relations expert to enable Europe’s National Mapping, Cadastral and Land Registry Authorities to contribute to policy initiatives and legislation.
Users of Copernicus services are set to benefit from a new partnership which improves access to pan-European maps and land information from official sources.
The cooperation agreement signed today (29 March) between the European Environment Agency (EEA) and EuroGeographics signals a commitment to make more national authoritative geospatial information available through the European Commission’s flagship initiative for earth observation and monitoring.
Posted on behalf of IPSA
The website for the 25th IPSA World Congress of Political Science, to be held in Brisbane (Australia), 21-26 July 2018, is now available!
Korea Goes Big on Business Events for India Outbound MICE
2017 ECK Springtime Seminar, “Reach Your God-Given Potential,” April 14–16, 2017,
Hilton Minneapolis, 1001 Marquette Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403 USA, http://www.eckankar.org/Seminars/major.html
New Korea Convention Support Program Offers Expanded Support
Posted on behalf of the Weatherhead Initiative on Global History (WIGH) at Harvard University