Eliisa Matsalu is an Estonian investigative journalist. She was determined to fight the abuses against migrant workers in her country. And she succeeded - thanks to her journalism and a little help from a DEAR project.
The social and solidarity-based economy reintegrating former combatants and building peace in Colombia
The European Union is promoting the Colombian peace process through inclusive economic development with the European Union Trust Fund.
The time to act to end child labour is now!
Timor-Leste – building roads with women engineers and protecting workers from COVID-19
In Dili, Timor-Leste, people’s health is marred with plastic waste thrown on roadsides, beaches and burned throughout the city. Plastics are also harming the island’s biodiversity and marine life by putting its natural resources at risk.
This year is the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour which calls on all of us to raise awareness of the importance to end child labour, share best practices and reflect on impactful actions.
The Better Migration Management programme, working with the Kenyan Department of Immigration Services, set up the Kenya Institute of Migration Studies (KIMS) to improve national and regional migration governance.
Microgrids enable low-income people in rural sub-Saharan Africa to access energy for commercial purposes, helping them generate more income and lifting them out of poverty.
Training nurses and midwives to become qualified obstetric and neonatal clinicians in Liberia.
The majority of Mongolian grassland is vulnerable to desertification, and that three-quarters of pasture land is already degraded. The EU GCCA+ and the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development support a project to manage land in a sustainable way and ensure food security.