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L'Union européenne apprécie le fait que le Kenya accueille depuis longtemps des centaines de milliers de réfugiés et apporte une protection aux personnes qui fuient les persécutions, les conflits et d'autres formes d'insécurité qui mettent en danger la vie humaine. Il importe que le gouvernement kényan continue à jouer un rôle moteur à cet égard à l'échelle mondiale.


The European Union values Kenya's long history of hosting hundreds of thousands of refugees, providing protection to those fleeing persecution, conflicts and other forms of life-threatening insecurity.  It is important for the Government of Kenya to maintain its global leadership in this regard.

Against this background, the announcement by the Government of Kenya to close the Dadaab refugee camps and to disband its Department of Refugee Affairs is a matter of concern.


The project assists the Department of Education to provide school buidings, furniture and fittings, water and sanitation and electricity to under-resourced schools.

On the 10th of May, World Press Freedom Day was celebrated in Namibia under the theme: "Access to Information and Fundamental Freedoms: This is Your Right! It was organized by UNESCO and MISA in collaboration with the EU Delegation to Namibia.

The recent condemnation of the Iranian Human Rights defender Mrs Narges Mohammadi to ten years imprisonment is a worrying development.

Mrs Mohammadi has been working in a peaceful manner to improve human and women's rights in Iran and for the gradual abolition of the death penalty.

The right to express opinion in a non-violent manner is at the very core of the universal declaration for Human Rights and the International Covenant of Civil and Political Rights, to which Iran is a party.

En respuesta a la invitación de las autoridades peruanas, la Unión Europea (UE) ha enviado una Misión de Observación Electoral (MOE) para las elecciones presidenciales, al Congreso de la República y al Parlamento Andino. La Misión de la UE, que llegó al Perú el pasado 5 de marzo, ha estado presente en el país de forma permanente entre el período que separa las dos vueltas de las elecciones presidenciales. Los observadores europeos trabajan de forma independiente y neutral respetando un código de conducta que responde a principios internacionales.