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The European Security and Defence College will in September launch a cyber platform to coordinate education, training, evaluation and exercises (ETEE) in the field of cyber security/defence across Europe.


En septembre, le Collège européen de sécurité et de défense lancera une cyber-plateforme afin de coordonner l’éducation, la formation, l’évaluation et les exercices dans le domaine de la cybersécurité et de la cyberdéfense dans toute l’Europe.


The EU has granted EUR 28 million to Serbia to strengthen the country's capacities to effectively control its borders, reducing organised crime and irregular migration, and an additional EUR 16 million to support refugees – mostly from Syria – and their host communities.

The European Parliament invites human rights defenders to apply for the 2018 European Parliament Sakharov Fellowship. Deadline: Monday 26 February 2018 at noon (CET).

On 6 February 2018, 'Safer Internet Day', the EU Member States decided that education, training, evaluation and exercise (ETEE) in the field of cyber security/defence would be dealt with by the European Security and Defence College. This decision was strongly supported by the European Commission (DG GROW, DG CONNECT), the European External Action Service and the European Defence Agency.

Wednesday 14 February 2018, Dar es Salaam: Today, the Head of Delegation of the European Union to Tanzania and the East African Community, H.E. Roeland van de Geer together with representatives from FAO Tanzania, HELVETAS Swiss Interco-operation and the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) presented three projects supporting the rice sector.

The European Union (EU) funded project “Management Training Programme (MTP) – Capacity building for SME management in Uzbekistan” (hereafter the Project) announces a call for applications for internships in EU Business Support Organizations (BSOs) designed for staff members of BSOs in Uzbekistan. The internships will take place in BSOs located in one of the 28 EU countries. Successfully selected candidates and/or the Project can propose hosting EU BSOs based on mutual agreement.