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Africa and the EU
Europe and Africa have close historical, cultural and geographical ties. EU-Africa relations are based on the 2000 Cotonou Agreement with African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries, which grew out of the 1975 Lomé Convention.
Exactly 100 years after the birth of Nelson Mandela, the 15th of November saw the EU-South Africa summit taking place in Brussels. South Africa is one of the European Union's ten Strategic Partners. Hence the summit represented a unique opportunity to build on Mandela's legacy and to assess the state of play of the whole range of issues under the EU-South Africa Strategic Partnership.
The Delegation of the European Union in Sierra Leone would like to bring to the attention of the public that all vacant job vacancies are published on its official website.
“I've learnt today, we are to become the change that we want to see and that we want people from outside to see. We don't need to take our skills outside Namibia but we have to build Namibia with the skills that we have. Let's build our Namibia, let's be productive Namibians!” Such were the enthusiastic reactions of students like Jerry Lusiku who participated in the EU-supported “Youth for Global Goals” conference in Namibia last month.
The Joint Valletta Action Plan, adopted by European and African leaders at the Migration Summit in 2015, framed the decision to respond together to migration into five priority domains. Since then common work has mobilised more than EUR 11.7 bn for more than 1,200 projects and policies.
European Joint Cooperation Strategy with Kenya 2018 -2022
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