The EU Defense Washington Forum, organized by the European Union and the Foreign Policy Program at the Brookings Institution on 8-9 July 2020, convened leaders, policy makers and experts in the field of security and defense from the European Union, the United States, and NATO for a virtual
Despite bearing the brunt of the conflict, Syrian women remain at the forefront of peace-building, relief, human rights protection and advocating for gender equality. Their participation in the political process is essential to achieve sustainable peace. The webinar, opened by EEAS Secretary
Today, during the online conference, the project celebrated its successful outcomes achieved throughout the 27-month long period with the budget of €1,111,111, which targeted women, children and persons with disabilities.
Children suffer overwhelmingly as a result of armed conflicts, including indiscriminate attacks on and military use of schools and hospitals, of abduction, deprivation of liberty, recruitment and the use of children in war as well as denial of humanitarian access. While girls are confined to their
On 17 June 2020 at 18:00 an open online lecture “The memory of the Gulag in modern France: peripheral or pan-European history?” will be held by Luba Jurgenson, author and translator. The event is organized as a part of event series “Over the Barriers. Europe without Borders”. It is a joint project
In February, the European Commission unveiled a White Paper on Artificial Intelligence (AI) which aims to foster a European ecosystem of excellence and trust in AI. The White Paper proposes measures that will streamline research, foster collaboration between Member States, and increase investment
EU and SG's High-Level Panel on Internal Displacement- Webinar on Ensuring life-saving assistance and longer-term support to IDPs in the face of COVID-19 The webinar aims to bring together local and international perspectives on whether and how integrated humanitarian-development-peace
The EU Delegation to Japan, the Molecular Biology Society in Japan (MBSJ) and EMBO jointly organized a half-day expert meeting to discuss ways of boosting the careers of young researchers on 6 February. 32 high-profile experts from the European and Japanese government and research institutions