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Rhys Williams posted Information 21 September 2015

The current migration crisis in the Mediterranean is a stark reminder of the human cost of conflict. Conflicts have become more difficult to resolve, and the transition for affected countries to greater socio-economic development has become more difficult and costly.

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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06
Sep
From
6 September 2017 to 7 September 2017
in Tunis (Tunisia)
Organised byVNG International, CILG International, PATRIR

Libya International Peace Forum: Supporting the Role of Municipalities, Civil Society & Citizens in Peacebuilding at the Local Level

Dates: 6 – 7 September 2017 Tunis, Tunisia

Capacity4dev Team created a new Article 15 September 2010
The Governance, Security Human Rights and Gender Unit of EuropeAid is organising a Global Workshop for European Union Delegations from the 18 – 21 October 2010 on fighting corruption. The four day seminar, which will take place in Brussels, will focus on providing specific training to EU Delegations and European Commission staff based at EuropeAid headquarters.
Public group
Owned by: 
Stefaan Bil
Created: 
7 October 2014

This group facilitates the exchange of information between professionals involved in on-going work in the field of Integrated Border Management (IBM)

9 members 10 posts 0 recommendations
08
Oct
From
8 October 2018 to 10 October 2018
in Gaborone (Botswana)
Organised byPolicy Forum on Development together with members and partners in Africa

The regional meeting is an opportunity to review the main discussions and outcomes of the African Union – European Union summit in Abidjan held in November 2017, and look at the implications going forward.

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