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Dear Madam, dear Sir

It is my pleasure inviting you to “Fair Trade 2030”, a special event organised by The Club of Rome-EU Chapter, in cooperation with the University Foundation and the Fair Trade Advocacy Office, on Wednesday 5 October 2016 at 18:00, at the University Foundation in Brussels. It takes place in the context of Belgium´s Fair Trade week, an initiative of the Belgian Development Cooperation.

The event aims at engaging academics, university students, civil society, private sector and policy-makers in a debate on the concept of “economic growth” in the UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG 8), particularly around the vision for Fair Trade at the 2030 horizon.

Introductions by a panel of four experts will be followed by a debate with the audience and a reception. Participation is free of charge. To learn more about the programme and to register please click on: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/billets-fair-trade-2030-27049332281

If you have any question, write to FairTrade at clubofrome.eu

With best regards,



Notes :

Mark DUBRULLE
Ex officio Member of the Club of Rome
President & Executive Director
The Club of Rome EU Chapter CoR-EU
Boulevard Louis Schmidt 64 Louis Schmidtlaan
B-1040 Brussels

Direct tel. & fax: +32 82 644 580
president at clubofrome.eu
www.clubofrome.eu

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