Delegation to South Africa
27/11/2014 - Vacancy Announcement - Driver
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The Delegation partnered with a number of Member States to take part in The CIVICUS International Civil Society Week held for the first time in Johannesburg. Head of Cooperation Dr Arno Schaefer welcomed civil society participants this afternoon before Development Attaché for the French Embassy Ms Luci Broechler kicked off proceedings. — at Wits Education Campus
On Wednesday 5 November UCT hosted a Kapuscinski Development Lecture delivered by Armoar Revi, director of the Indian Institute of Human Settlements (IIHS) and leading expert on global environmental change. The lecture was jointly organised by the European Commission, the United Nations Development Programme, the African Centre for Cities and the University of Cape Town. Deputy Head of Delegation Sofia Moreira de Sousa was present to make opening remarks before Revi gave his lecture entitled "Putting the Urban at the Heart of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals". To view the streamlined event: https://www.uct.ac.za/dailynews/?id=8885
Working together in South Africa
Local economic development combines grant funding with technical assistance to help municipalities improve their business, remove barriers to job creation, and co-finance business growth opportunities.
26/11/14 - Déclaration du Porte-parole sur les récents massacres dans la région de Beni, République Démocratique du Congo
Les massacres récents dans la région de Béni dont le bilan s'élève à plus d'une centaine de personnes sont une nouvelle manifestation d'une situation sécuritaire très tendue au Nord-Kivu.
- 26/11/14 - EU Local statement on aggravated homosexuality bill in The Gambia
- 25/11/14 - Statement by the Spokesperson on the Parliamentary elections in the Solomon Islands
- 24/11/14 - Joint Statement on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, 25 November 2014
- 24/11/14 - Joint Statement by Catherine Ashton and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif following the talks in Vienna, 24 November 2014