The No more bricks in the wall campaign will have its key momentum on 3rd October 2019, during the 28 Capital Events will be realised in all EU member states.
All the way through cross-border movements of people, gender is an important factor: it might determine causes and consequences of migration, impact on asylum procedures, and be a key element in human rights violations.
The European Centre for Development Policy Management just published a must-have guide for policymakers, analysts and advocates on the issues at stake in the negotiations of the 2021-2027 EU budget.
The workshop aims to assess the situation, identify key challenges and develop policy solutions to promote sustainable employment in the health sector in developing countries.
2019 marks the 100th anniversary of the International Labour Organisation.
Climate change drivers and risks such as tropical cyclones, heavy rains and floods, droughts and desertification, and sea-level rise are among the causes
Agriculture can represent a huge opportunity for the creation of employment and for ensuring the achievement of food security for future generations.