Today, high-profile representatives from governments, the EU, UN entities and social partners met virtually to exchange best practices on how to end child labour, both within the European Union and in partner countries.
On International Family Remittances Day, the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre publishes a new global report mapping, for the first time, over 300 investments schemes used by migrants.
Biodiversity: International experts propose eight actionable priorities for biodiversity programming
A high-level group of 13 international scientists and practitioners has proposed today eight recommendations on how the EU and its partners can address the biodiversity and climate crises, whilst ensuring green growth for people around the world.
Today, the Commission announces an additional €20 million to finance a new power plant in Rwanguba, that will provide a further 15 Megawatt of electricity.
European Development Days 2021: driving the global debate on green action ahead of Kunming and Glasgow Summits
The 14th European Development Days, a leading global forum on international partnerships and cooperation, will begin tomorrow to reflect on the road to the UN Biodiversity Conference COP15 in Kunming in October and COP26 in Glasgow in November 2021.
Education: EU increases its commitment to Global Partnership for Education with a pledge of €700 million for 2021-2027
President Ursulavon der Leyenannounced today that the EU is pledging €700 million for the Global Partnership for Education to help transform education systems for more than one billion girls and boys in up to 90 countries and territories.
Watch LIVE our #KAPTalks with Pascal Lamy, former director of the World Trade Organisation who will speak about the situation of developing countries in the post-Covid world.
EU external action budget: European Commission welcomes the final adoption of the EU's new long-term external action budget for 2021-2027
The European Commission welcomes the European Parliament’s decision to adopt the Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument (NDICI) – ‘Global Europe' for the period 2021-2027.
New Vocational, Education and Training Toolbox will support Africans to develop skills for the job market
Investment not only needs finance but also people with the right skills. A pilot project, the Vocational, Education and Training (VET) Toolbox 2, will support people to develop skills in eleven sub-Saharan African countries.
The College has endorsed the nomination of two Special Advisers to Jutta Urpilainen, Commissioner for International Partnerships. Dr. Ritva Reinikka was appointed as Special Advisor on Education, and Bitania Lulu Berhanu as Special Advisor on Youth.