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Date: Thursday, 4 April, 2019 Link to registration: Registration Event category: Conference/seminar Tags: EU4HumanRights Main Image: /file/190414transitionaljusticeeu4humanrightspng_en190414_transitional_justice_eu4humanrights.png EU4HumanRights Event: Transitional Justice Organiser: EU
Date: Tuesday, 2 April, 2019 Link to registration: Registration Event category: Conference/seminar Tags: Children and Armed Conflict Main Image: /file/190403caacacttoprotectevitejpg_en190403_caac_act_to_protect_evite.jpg Event: Act to Protect Children Organiser: EU Delegation / Mission
"BEyond ARCHAEOlogy”: how European and Japanese archaeological and archaeometric teams will join their efforts to get new and accurate insight into Kofun Proto-History 1- On February 21st, 2019, the President of Okayama University, Professor H. Makino, welcomed a large delegation of European
The Tale of the Twin Cities: Petra and Matera Exclusive classical music concert by the world-renowned Italian Cello Trio First time in Jordan Al Hussein Cultural Centre Ras Al-Ain (downtown Amman) Thursday, 21 March 2019 7 p.m. Free Entrance No tickets needed. First-come, first-served basis Petra
The first market scoping mission of the EU Green Gateway programme following the entry into force of the EPA promises to deliver on expectations: greater EU-Japan trade and investment in the environment & water sector. Our industry networking reception last night was honoured with the presence
The Ministry of Energy with the support of the European Union funded project “Increased Access to Electricity and Renewable Energy Production” (IAEREP) will be hosting an Energy & Gender workshop scheduled for 4th March, 2019 from 8:30- 16:30 at the New Government Complex Lusaka
The EU and the UN co-chair the third conference on 'Supporting the future of Syria and the region', taking place in Brussels between 12 and 14 March 2019. The overarching objective of the three Syria Conferences has always been to support the Syrian people and further mobilise the
The EU programme of financial assistance supports Kosovo’s ambitious reform agenda.
More than 280 EU-funded projects managed by the EU Office are currently being carried out across a wide-range of sectors, regions and cities in Kosovo.
The EU assistance is focused on fulfilment of the EU political criteria, includin:
on wider socio-economic issues, including:
on capacity building, the approximation of legislation and flanking measures on European standards, as identified in the European Partnership, including: