While the Covid-19 pandemic does not allow physical gatherings on Europe Day like in the previous years, it certainly gives us the reason to celebrate 9 May louder than ever. All Europe and all Europeans are united in overcoming this major crisis and we should all be proud of that. Together in
Adam Goodes was a champion AFL footballer and Indigenous leader. During the final years of his career he became a lightning rod for a heated public debate that divided the nation. The Final Quarter, by Shark Island Productions, uses his story to highlight the prevalence of racism in Australia. The
EU Ambassador to Australia Michael Pulch joins the panel discussion on the drivers, challenges and opportunities behind eliminating single-use plastics. Kicking off at 11 am on Saturday 16 November, the panel will explore contemporary issues and ideas on sustainability and resource efficiency, and
Every year, EU Delegations around the world reach out to communities and partner organisations, highlighting positive global action and collaboration on climate change. This year, the the Delegation of European Union to Vietnam (EU) in collaboration with the Embassies of EU Member States and its
On Saturday, September 21, 2019, on the International Coastal Clean-Up Day, over 750 volunteers joined the EU Delegation in Liberia, and actively participated in a beach clean-up in King Gray, Paynesville, near Monrovia, as part of the EU's global efforts to promote a clean and safe environment
The New Zealand Institute of International Affairs, Auckland Branch presents a public address by H.E. Bernard Savage Ambassador of the European Union to New Zealand titled "Cooperation And Collaboration: What Multilateralism Really Means".