Delegation of the European Union to Myanmar

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Speech by High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini at the European Parliament urgent debate on Myanmar, in particular the situation of Rohingyas
Remarks of High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini at the joint press point following the meeting with the State Counsellor and Foreign Minister of Myanmar Daw Aung San Suu Kyi
ASEAN and the European Union (EU) have announced the awardees for the second batch of the "EU Support to Higher Education in the ASEAN Region" (SHARE) scholarships. A total of 134 ASEAN undergraduate students from 29 ASEAN universities in eight ASEAN Member States, will receive a fully
On 15 November, Everyday Justice, a unique exhibition of artwork, films and stories on access to justice in Myanmar opened at the iconic Old Tourist Burma Building in Yangon. The exhibition marks the first four years of the EU-funded MyJustice project. This exhibition showcases perspectives on what
  Industrial wastewater pollution from Myanmar's growing Food and Beverage industry- the country's largest industrial sector, accounting for almost 60% of all companies – poses a significant threat to the freshwater ecosystem in Myanmar. The European Union supports small & medium
  From 9 to 27 September 2019 the UN Human Rights Council (HRC42) took place in Geneva. " Today the number of people living in good human rights conditions is higher than ever in the history of humankind. However, in still too many parts of the world people are still victim of human rights
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Forum on the Future of EU-ASEAN Relations
Forum on the Future of EU-ASEAN Relations
For the last four decades, the European Union and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have built up a strong partnership to ensure regional stability, prosperity and security; and create new opportunities for cooperation on regional and global challenges. Last February,
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EU-ASEAN Strategic Thinkers Forum
EU-ASEAN Strategic Thinkers Forum
For the last few decades, the EU and ASEAN have succeeded in increasing prosperity for their citizens, ensuring peace and stability. Last February, strategic thinkers from both regions gathered in Brussels to discuss the future of EU-ASEAN relations. In a changing world characterised by uncertainty
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EU-ASEAN Young Leaders Forum
EU-ASEAN Young Leaders Forum
Young people represent more than 30% of the European population and about half of the ASEAN citizens are under 30 years old. They are the leaders of the future, even of the present. Their opinions and actions will be vital to enhance the cooperation between the Association of Southeast Asian Nations
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Regions: Asia Brunei Darussalam Cambodia Indonesia Lao PDR Malaysia Myanmar (Burma) Philippines Singapore Thailand Vietnam Show in content:  Organisations: Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)