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Building on Ireland’s EU Presidency: Challenges for the Future of Global Development

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About this Event

08 Jul 2013 @ 12:45
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About the Speech:
 
Minister Costello looked ahead to the post-2015 development agenda and reflected on Ireland's work on international development issues during its EU Presidency. In the context of Irish Aid's 'One World, One Future' international development policy, published in May 2013, Minister Costello's speech was particularly topical.
 
This is the second event in the 2013 Development Matters series, which the IIEA is co-hosting with Irish Aid.

About the Speaker:
 
Minister Costello was appointed Minister of State for Trade and Development in December 2011. Prior to his appointment, Minister Costello served as Chairperson of the Dáil Committee of European Union Affairs. The Minister has also served as Chairperson of the Oireachtas Joint Committee on European Affairs, and as the Labour Party Spokesperson on Education, Justice, Defense, European Affairs, Human Rights and Transport. He is a former Vice-Chair of Amnesty International.
 
 

Theme: Economics and Finance  Foreign Policy and ESDP 

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