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20/06/2018

During the 8th meeting of the Domestic Advisory Group for the EU-Colombia, Peru and Ecuador FTA the new President and the new Vice-Chairs will be elected under the new mandate. Members will participate on debriefing of past activities and they will exchange views on a possible work programme for the new mandate. DG TRADE will provide the members with the latest information on the FTA.

13/07/2017

During the meeting, members of the GCI were informed by the President on the civil society meeting of EuroLat's standing parliamentary committees (22-24 May), the hearing in the Walloon Parliament concerning the current state of The EU-Colombia, Peru and the FTA of Ecuador, as well as the public with DG Trade on the current status of the Advisory Groups. They were then interviewed by the European Commission on the preparation of the 2017 Civil Society Forum and the process of Ecuador's accession to the agreement.

15/03/2017

During the meeting, the members of the DAG debriefed on the results of the meeting with Colombia and Peru under the Trade and Sustainable Development Title, which took place on 7-8 December in Brussels . The representatives of the European External Action Service (EEAS) presented information about the EU relations and cooperation with Colombia and Peru. The Representatives of the DG Trade informed the members of the DAG on recent developments regarding the Trade and Sustainable development chapter as well as on their recent mission to Ecuador.  The Group held then an internal debate on the topics to be selected for the next joint meetings, on the state of play of constitution of DAGs in Colombia and Peru and on the rights of indigene communities in Peru.

07/12/2016 08/12/2016

During the meeting, the EU Domestic Advisory Group (EU DAG) and civil society representatives from Colombia and Peru will discuss implementation of the Trade and Sustainable Development Title of the Trade Agreement, with a particular focus on respect for international labour and environmental standards. They will also discuss economic, social, environmental and human rights impacts resulting from the implementation of the Agreement. The participants will reflect moreover on how the civil society from the EU, Colombia and Peru can cooperate to promote sustainable development in the context of trade relations and prepare for the next joint meeting. The participants may adopt a joint declaration summarising outcomes of their discussion and present it to the Parties during the open session planned for 8 December.

25/10/2016

During the meeting, the representatives of the European External Action Service (EEAS) will present information about the EU relations and cooperation with Colombia and Peru. The EU DAG Chair will inform the Group about the outcomes of the civil society meeting organized in Bogota on 6 October 2016 with a view of establishing the Colombian DAG. Moreover, the Commission representative will provide information about the Ecuador's accession to the Agreement, as well as about preparations for the next meeting with Colombia and Peru under the Trade and Sustainable Development Title planned for 7-8 December in Brussels. The Group will hold then an internal debate to choose topics for the meeting with Colombia and Peru and to organize cooperation with civil society in both countries
 

07/04/2016

During the meeting, the EU DAG had an opportunity to discuss with Mr. Helmut Scholz, Member of the European Parliament, implementation of the Trade and Sustainable Development Title and work of the civil society monitoring mechanism in the framework of the EU-Colombia and Peru Trade Agreement. Moreover, the representatives of the European External Action Service (EEAS) presented information about the EU relations and cooperation with Colombia and Peru. Based on the Second Annual Report, the Commission representative provided information about the implementation of the Trade Agreement, changes in trade flows and work of joint bodies. He also informed about the procedures and timeline related to Ecuador's accession to the Agreement.

17/06/2015

The representatives of the EU and Colombian DAGs discussed the mandate and composition of the DAGs as envisaged by the TSD Title, as well as possible ways of their cooperation and topics for future discussions. The participants were of the view that joint meetings of the DAGs held back-to-back to the annual open sessions of the Sub-Committee on TSD with civil society provide a useful framework for a structured, in-depth discussion between the civil society representatives from the EU and Colombia and Peru. They also concurred that the Parties should facilitate presence of the DAGs and other civil society representatives in the annual meetings. They should also adopt appropriate measures to strengthen capacity of DAGs and other civil society organisations thus enabling them to effectively monitor implementation of the Agreement.

10/06/2015

During the meeting, the EU Domestic Advisory Group (EU DAG) elected Mr Pascal Kerneis (European Services Forum) and Mr Koen Warmenbol (Platform Europe Peru) for the roles of Vice-Chairs. The EU DAG adopted also its Rules of procedure. Moreover, the Commission (DG TRADE) representatives provided information concerning implementation of the Trade and Sustainable Development Title and preparations for the joint meetings with Colombia and Peru planned for 16-17 June in Bogota (Colombia). The remaining part of the meeting was dedicated to preparations for a joint meeting with the Colombian civil society (DAG) representatives, including proposals for topics for future discussions.

04/02/2015

During the meeting, the EU Domestic Advisory Group (EU DAG) discussed several aspects related to its composition and mandate provided by the Trade and Sustainable Development Title. The Group discussed also its Rules of procedure and elected Mr Giuseppe Iuliano (EESC, Workers Group) for the role of the Chair. Moreover, the representative of the European External Action Service (EEAS) provided information about the EU relations with Colombia and Peru and cooperation in a number of policy areas. The Commission representatives (DG TRADE) informed about progress achieved in implementation of the EU-Colombia and Peru Trade Agreement and its Trade and Sustainable Development Title. They also informed about the publication of the first Annual Report on this matter. The remaining part of the meeting was dedicated to a preliminary discussion concerning preparations for the meetings with Colombia and Peru in Bogota (Colombia) in June 2015.