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The European Union and Council of Europe new joint project “Cooperation for the implementation of the Russian Federation National Action Strategy for Women 2017-2022: applying best practices” started on 18 September with a duration of 18 months. It builds on the lessons learned of the project “Co-operation in the implementation of the Russian Federation National Action Strategy for Women (2017-2022)”  which ended in May 2020.

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An exhibition organised by the EU Delegation to Russia, in association with the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia, showcases 22 EU-Russian cross-border cooperation projects successfully implemented since 2014

 

On 13 October 2021, the High Representative and the Commission put forward their Joint Communication for a stronger EU engagement for a peaceful, sustainable and prosperous Arctic.

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Children account for 22% of all victims of trafficking. The majority of child victims are girls, almost 78%. The EU Anti-Trafficking Day is a reminder that trafficking of children remains a serious threat in the EU.

On 13 October, the Commission adopted a Communication on Energy Prices, to tackle the exceptional rise in global energy prices, which is projected to last through the winter, and help Europe's people and businesses. The Communication includes a “toolbox” that the EU and its Member States can use to address the immediate impact of current prices increases, and further strengthen resilience against future shocks.

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The EU Delegation to Russia, together with urban consultancy Strelka KB, ISOCARP Institute and the World Urban Campaign, are organizing an online Workshop and Conference on the theme of mass housing regeneration in the context of climate change, which will take place online on 18-20 October 2021.

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The EU condemns the decision of the Russian Federation to conduct a population census in the illegally annexed Ukrainian territory of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol from 15 October until 14 November, and the launching of yet another conscription campaign on 1 October. 

These actions are an attempt to legitimise the illegal annexation of Crimea and further undermine the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine within its internationally recognised borders.

From the green shores of Ireland, across the European mainland and all the way to the beautiful city of Saint Petersburg, climate change is increasingly affecting both ecosystems and our lives. Forest fires in Greece and Russia, tornados in Czechia and Italy, deadly floods in Germany… We’ve seen all these climate-fuelled disasters in Europe only during the past year. While governments are more or less active in adopting system-level changes, civil society is acting now and bringing many positive changes.

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A stronger EU engagement for a peaceful, sustainable and prosperous Arctic

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