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Le 8 mars 2018, à l'occasion de la journée des droits de la femme, les associations responsables organisaient la visite de l'un des refuges accueillant les femmes victimes de violences dans le cadre du projet "Dukinge Twongere Dubatare ! Prévenir et assister".

The fourth Myanmar-EU Human Rights Dialogue was held in Nay Pyi Taw on 5 March 2018

Mogadishu, 1/03/2018

 

Today, the Federal Government of Somalia and the European Union (EU) launched a new programme of support to civil society, human rights and local authorities.

 

With a total EU contribution of EUR 4.3 million, the programmes aim to contribute to promote Somali culture, strengthen the capacity of media outlets and create a safe working environment for journalists as well as advocate gender balance, access to justice, protection of civilians and the inclusion of youth in the political, social and economic spheres.

FOWIND Publishes Offshore Wind Feasibility Studies for Gujarat and Tamil Nadu facilitating India's transition towards low carbon economy by development of offshore wind power

Հրավեր մամուլի ներկայացուցիչներին.Կանանց միջազգային օրվան նվիրված լուսանկարչական ցուցահանդեսի բացում

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Invitation for media: Opening of a photo exhibition

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Tribune libre de Marjaana Sall, Ambassadeur de l'Union européenne auprès de la République de Maurice, Emmanuel Cohet, Ambassadeur de France à Maurice et Keith Allan, Haut-Commissaire britannique à Maurice.

Port Moresby, 09 March 2018 – Following the 7.5-magnitude earthquake which struck Papua New Guinea on 26th February, the European Union is providing €110 000 (PGK 438 610) to channel emergency assistance to the affected communities in the heavily impacted areas of Southern Highlands and Hela provinces.

The signing of a treaty between Australia and Timor-Leste in the first conciliation under the United Nations Convention on the Law on the Sea (UNCLOS), represents a positive outcome to a long-running dispute on their maritime boundaries. The treaty will also enable the joint use of natural resources in the Timor Sea, which will bring economic benefits and contribute to sustainable development, particularly in Timor-Leste. 

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