MIEUX, an initiative funded by the European Union (EU) and implemented by the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD), trains public defenders in Brazil to help them during interviews with migrant children and adolescents.
'Europa con Vos' Youth Festival celebrates young artists in El Salvador
'My daughters will never undergo female genital mutilation' - Survivors are leading the push to end the harmful practice
Many women in Eastern Uganda have undergone female genital mutilation. Communication for Development Foundation Uganda advocates for ending this harmful practice. The work of the activists is supported by the Spotlight Initiative, a strategic partnership between the EU and the UN.
A group of international conservation organisations have formed the Universal Ranger Support Alliance (URSA) which will deliver a “new deal” for wildlife rangers including Global Welfare Standards and a Code of Conduct.
Around the world, cartoonists are at risk of facing harassment, threats or violence by taking a stance on social and political issues through their drawings. Cartooning for Peace seeks to promote fundamental freedoms and freedom of expression through cartoons.
In San Martin City, 240 young people have joined a municipal decision-making body to ensure that the ideas and needs of young people are incorporated into local policy, including those of the most vulnerable.
The EU supports survivors of conflict-related sexual violence in Central African Republic to bring their perpetrators to justice.
“Girls should be able to focus only on their studies”: how activism changes girls’ lives in Mozambique
Activists in Mozambique are making an effort to ensure girls have the right to continue their studies to protect them from child marriage. This is done in the framework of Spotlight Initiative, a strategic partnership between the EU and the UN.
The European Union is committed to making value chains in the garment sector more sustainable and is supporting a broad range of initiatives to promote decent work and reduce vulnerabilities for garment workers across the world.
Zereda veut dire Paix en Zandé, langue de la préfecture du Haut-Mbomou, en République centrafricaine. C’est aussi le nom de la radio de la ville de Obo, relancée le 29 mai 2021 dans le cadre du programme RELSUDE financé par le Fonds Bêkou.