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Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 19/04/2019
What do the European Union and the Smurfs have in common? Both identify with the colour blue, and both care deeply about the health of our blue planet. And now they are shaking hands to clean up beaches across the world and encourage people to protect our ocean!
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 17/04/2019
Freedom of religion or belief is a long-standing priority of the European Union. On Monday, 8 April, the EU Delegation in Geneva hosted a stocktaking meeting on progress with the Istanbul Process – the UN international framework for combatting discrimination and intolerance based on religion or
Author: Press and information team of the Delegation to the UN in Geneva - Publication date: 15/04/2019
Characterised by a fusion of advanced technologies, digital transformation is a major priority for the European Union. As the biggest global donor of development aid, the EU also aims to streamline digitalisation into its development policy. Drawing from its know-how and commitment to a successful
Author: Press and information team of the Delegation to the UN in Geneva - Publication date: 09/04/2019
Cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue are an integral part of the values of the European Union and play an important role in promotion of human rights, tolerance, and non-discrimination across the world. The EU is focusing on its increasingly positive role in international relations.
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 08/04/2019
The goal of a world free of chemical weapons is one the EU is upholding through its support to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). The EU has just agreed to continue its funding of the OPCW with €11.6 million over the next three years. The OPCW's mission is to
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 05/04/2019
34-year-old taxi driver Omar Musa, was amongst 40,000 Libyans who, together with his family, had to flee from the city of Tawergha after the 2011 revolution in Libya. People were living in dire conditions in camps spread across the country. Seven years later, Omar was finally able to return home.
Author: Strategic Communications - Publication date: 04/04/2019
Author: Strategic Communications