The latest Eurobarometer survey on development cooperation shows widespread support for working with countries around the world. Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine has not diminished citizens' support for the EU's work in international development.
Between 14-16 June, Commissioner Urpilainen visited Ecuador and Panama to reinforce the EU’s strong cooperation with Latin America and the Caribbean.
Remittance flows to countries of origins of migrants are larger than official aid flows and foreign direct investment. Globally, they continue to provide a critical lifeline for the most vulnerable, notably in low-income countries.
The European Union’s “African Research Initiative for Scientific Excellence” (ARISE) pilot programme has awarded 44 early career researchers from 38 African countries with grants of up to €500 000 to develop cutting-edge research.
Sunday 12 June marks the World Day Against Child Labour, with this year’s focus on Universal Social Protection.
The European Union is deepening its cooperation with Latin American and Caribbean partners to address shared challenges in the area of fight against transnational organised crime through a dedicated Team Europe Initiative on Justice and Security.
Global Students Forum join UNESCO’s GEM Report #RighttheRules campaign urging policy leaders to strengthen oversight of private actors so that the poorest are not priced out of education.
In her #KAPTalks lecture, economist and professor Seema Jayachandran will discuss the link between gender equality and economic development and how public policy can help alleviate the tensions when gender inequality slows economic progress.
Today, at the G7 Development and Health Ministerial, Commissioners Kyriakides and Urpilainen have announced the launch of the work on a new EU Global Health Strategy and are issuing the following statement.
The European Commission will invest €10 million in a new action that mainly targets agriculture value chains, where child labour is prevalent and exports to the EU significant.