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Position Vacant : Policy Officer Media, Public Affairs and Culture

17/02/2015 - Position Vacant : Policy Officer Media, Public Affairs and Culture

An opportunity is available for a Policy Officer, Media, Public Affairs and
Culture at the Delegation of the European Union to Australia and
New Zealand in Canberra. [read more]...

EU Ambassador briefs the Parliament's JSCFDT

16/02/2015 - EU Ambassador briefs the Parliament's JSCFDT

EU Ambassador briefs the Parliament's Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade

On 11 February, EU Ambassador H.E. Sem Fabrizi briefed the Australian Parliament's Joint standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade. In his opening remarks, he addressed economic and geo-strategic state of affairs in the European Union, the perspectives for deepening EU-Australian relations and common international challenges for the EU and Australia such as Counter Terrorism and Security in Europe and the Asia-Pacific. [read more]...

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G20 Photo Gallery

G20 Photo Gallery

In the margins of the G20 summit in Brisbane, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott met President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy.  They discussed the bilateral EU - Australian relationship (Framework Agreement, prospects of strengthened trade relations) but also international challenges, such as Ukraine where Australia and the EU could work together. Herman van Rompuy invited PM Abbott to pay a visit to Brussels.

Ambassador's corner

Ambassador's corner

Waitangi Day celebrations in New Zealand

EU Ambassador to Australia and New Zealand, H.E. Sem Fabrizi was delighted to represent the European Union at New Zealand’s national day celebrations last week. [Read more]...

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05/03/15 - Questions and Answers: What is the EU doing for women's rights and gender equality?

European Commission - Fact Sheet Brussels, 05 March 2015 What do the EU Treaties say about gender equality? The Treaty of Rome in 1957 already included the principle of equal pay for equal work. (Article 119 EEC, then 141 EC, now Article 157 TFEU).

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