In September and October, EU Delegations and Embassies of EU Member States around the world are organising activities and host events to foster dialogue and cooperation on climate change, showcase success stories and inspire further action. The Climate Diplomacy Weeks in India will take place from
On 14 th October 2021, EUMS organized the EU-NATO Roundtable conference, which was co-chaired by the EUMS Concepts and Capabilities Directorate, Brig Gen Georgios Bikakis, and the NATO Deputy Director Policy and Capabilities Division IMS, Brig Gen Frédéric Pesme. This bi-annual event aims to
Author: The European Union Military Staff (EUMS) - Publication date: 19/10/2021
Date: Thursday, 16 September, 2021 Event category: Other Main Image: /file/beachcleanupjpg-1_enbeach_clean_up.jpg Organiser: EU Delegation / Mission Regions: Latin America & the Caribbean Guyana Show left menu: Editorial Sections: Guyana Related category: Guyana
The Kep Enderby Memorial Lecture is an annual public event held by the Australian Human Rights Commission and is sponsored by the EU Delegation to Australia. This year's online lecture will be presented by acclaimed writer Alice Pung, followed by a panel discussion
The EU adopted a Joint Communication on the EU Strategy for cooperation in the Indo-Pacific. The Joint Communication contains concrete actions to reinforce the strategic engagement with the region, as tasked by the Council on 19 April 2021.
The EU launched Operation Atalanta, named after the mythological Greek huntress, in December 2008 as a collective initiative of its Member States in support of UN Security Council Resolutions to fight Somali piracy at source, when the crisis was hitting its peak. Nowadays, piracy, although largely
Author: The European Union Military Staff (EUMS) - Publication date: 10/09/2021
EU's Just Transition programme will ensure no-one in vulnerable European regional areas is left behind when going carbon-free... as EU Ambassador to Australia Michael Pulch discussed with Kath Sullivan.
The disruption caused by the onset of the Covid-19 global pandemic was an unforeseen stumbling block for developments made towards greater gender equality, professional economic parity, inclusion and transformation, the eradication of gender-based violence (GBV) and femicide, as well as the economic