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02
Jul
From
2 July 2018 to 5 July 2018
in Madrid (Spain)
Organised byEuropean Security and Defence College; CESEDEN

The European Union, through the European Security and Defence College (ESDC), is organising the second Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) Seminar with European Union and South American countries and Mexico.

Katharine Mill uploaded a new Document 21 February 2017

Presentation at DEVCO Environment Week, seminar on Conservation, Development and Security, 9-10 February 2017, by Julia Miranda, Director, National Natural Parks Service, Colombia. Title in English: Protected areas, security and peace in Colombia.

09
Feb
From
9 February 2017 to 10 February 2017
in (Belgium)
Organised byB4Life Facility with DEVCO C2

The second seminar of DEVCO Environment Week, this seminar convened key
stakeholders in charge of the implementation of the external dimension of EU
biodiversity policies.

Mélanie Romat posted Information 15 November 2016

The role of development cooperation is key to progress in the Peace process and finally reach an agreement that can find greater acceptance

Andrea Valentini posted Information 11 March 2016

EAST ASIA

Stages of Change: Solomon Islands community visual theatre project (312,000 EUR, EU funded, 01/03/2013 - 01/03/2015)

Amouzou Bedi created a new WIKI page 18 February 2015

On the  link below you will find a presentation of the concept behind the development aid support offered by Knowledge For Development Without Borders:

Amouzou Bedi created a new WIKI page 14 February 2015

Our field development support mechanism process:

Amouzou Bedi uploaded a new Document 6 February 2015

Our Organization with Headquarter in Vienna is working to empower local Citizen to know, understand, secure and enforce their roles, responsibilities, and engagements for the success of the MDGs and forthcoming SDGs.

Since the opening match on 12 June 2014, the world’s eyes have been glued to Brazil as nations follow their teams’ progress through the World Cup. But behind the football lies a middle income country battling many problems including poverty and human rights.

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