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Pierre Berman posted Information 18 April 2018

Following the topic of the last post on

Francesco Ruberto uploaded a new Document 27 May 2016

Promoting gender equality is a core activity for the EU: equality between women and

men is a fundamental EU value,1 an EU objective2 and a driver for economic growth.3

The Union shall aim to promote equality between men and women in all its activities.4

Arie Bouwer uploaded a new Document 1 March 2017

The 11 Principles of good practice in the provision of in-school entrepreneurship education is being explained together with criteria and processes for schools to respond to for participation within the "Simama Ranta" project.

Pierre Berman posted Information 15 June 2018

One of the biggest problem in our modern society is the lack of job opportunities for the entire population and specifically for young people. To have an idea of the magnitude of the issue we have just to think that youth are three times as likely as adults to be unemployed.

Many donors have under explored the potential role of the private sector in encouraging development. A new report offers some conclusions on how the European Commission, and its staff in Delegations, could better work with the business community to achieve development.
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This group aims to gather people who are interested in underdeveloped countries in West Africa

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If African countries are to develop, they need highly skilled local professionals, especially in core technologies. In Burkina Faso, the International Institute for Water and Environmental Engineering (2iE) provides training that gives executives skills to meet key African economic development challenges.
Pierre Berman posted Information 28 March 2018

Following the beginning of the cycle of webinars on disabilities and development, organize

A joint project of the European Commission and the United Nation’s International Labour Office has resulted in a major publication analysing the link between trade reforms and employment.

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