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Violeta Costilla
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20 March 2014

Comunicación de las acciones desarrolladas en la Unión Europea en Perú

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Suhair Muhye Al Deen posted Information 26 June 2014
Group: Medculture

The UNFPA, along with UNESCO and UNDP, is co-leading the Culture and Development consultation, one of six dialogues on implementation of the evolving Post

Suhair Muhye Al Deen posted Information 26 June 2014
Group: Medculture

The UNFPA, along with UNESCO and UNDP, is co-leading the Culture and Development consultation, one of six dialogues on implementation of the evolving Post

Blerina Vila uploaded a new Document 13 October 2017

 

This Thematic Brief provides quick guidance on the most important issues relating to gender and culture.

This Brief is addressed to staff from development cooperation agencies who are in-volved in the different phases of programmes and projects.

Zhijian Wang created a new WIKI page 21 January 2016

 

 

Przemysław Musiałkowski 12 January 2015

Overall Project Objective:

Advance the development and the objectives of the Eastern Partnership countries in various areas in view of a closer cooperation of these countries with the EU and among the countries themselves.

Project Purpose:

Produce high quality studies on...

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Barbara Cauli
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21 May 2015

Informal space for exchnage of information and discussion on topics related to Decentralised cooperation.

Find all info, reports, videos and pictures of the 2019 Forum Cities and Regions for Development Cooperation following this link www.RegioCitiesConf2019.eu

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The world passed a collective milestone in October when the planet’s human population topped 7 billion drawing some development professionals to consider the impact of such a large, and in the developing world, increasingly youthful population.
Fatm Said and her five children were forced from their home in Zanzibar at knife point. The man wielding the blade wasn’t a thief or local hoodlum but her husband wanting what he said was rightfully his – the house. And the local laws supported him.