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Larysa Shyriaeva used to be a financial director at a construction company in Luhansk, Ukraine. She left the city in June 2014, following the onset of the conflict in the region. When her company relocated to Kyiv, she started thinking about starting her own business.
Author: Press and information team of the Delegation to UKRAINE - Publication date: 19/12/2018
The candidacy of Ms Catherine Geslain-Lanéelle for the post of Director General of the Food and Agriculture Organisation, was submitted in Rome on Monday 17 December 2018. The next Director General will be elected by the 194 Member States of the Organisation during its 41st Conference in June 2019.
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 17/12/2018
The Culture Bridges programme supports the professional development of the Ukrainian cultural and creative sectors, promoting cooperation with relevant European organisations and individuals. Culture Bridges is funded by the European Union (EU) and is managed by the British Council in Ukraine in
Author: Press and information team of the Delegation to UKRAINE - Publication date: 20/11/2018
During the Eastern Partnership (EaP) panel on 'Security, CSDP and Civil Protection', EU Member States and EaP countries discussed ways to increase training opportunities on the common security and defence policy of the European Union. Austria, Lithuania and Sweden in particular supported
Author: European Security and Defence College (ESDC) - Publication date: 19/11/2018
The National Defence University of Ukraine has become the fifth 'Associated Network Partner' (ANP) of the European Security and Defence College. Over the past years, the university has held several ESDC events, besides conferences, seminars and orientation courses. These training
Author: European Security and Defence College (ESDC) - Publication date: 21/10/2018
In 2017 every 2 seconds one person was forced to flee their home due to war, persecution or violence. With millions of people in need on a record high the European Union continues its work with partners around the world to address the humanitarian challenges and to provide long-term support. Last
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 20/06/2018
Years of violent fighting in Syria left thousands of schools destroyed, damaged or used as shelters for families who lost their homes. 11-year-old Nour struggled to follow lessons in a dark classroom up until the EU and UNICEF stepped in providing solar panels to generate electricity, and kindling
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 25/05/2018