Global Justice Zambia

Global Justice Zambia is a youth non governmental organization seeking to mobilizes young people both locally and internationally to help development Zambia and promote global justice through transformative education, leadership development, informed advocacy for better public policies.

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UNV Online Volunteering

Launched 10 years ago and growing rapidly, the UNV Online Volunteering service (www.onlinevolunteering.org) connects organizations with volunteers to collaborate online for peace and development. Combining the energy and reach of the Internet with the power of volunteerism, the UNV Online Volunteering service is a valuable source of capacity for organizations,

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HEREIN- European Heritage Network thesaurus

The HEREIN thesaurus is a multilingual terminological tool enabling heritage experts and users to identify concepts, terms, developments and policies. It is part of an ambitious project of the Council of Europe which seeks to organise the monitoring of the implementation of agreements on Granada’s architectural heritage (1985) and Valletta’s

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Strengthening the Mediterranean cultural heritage frameworks

The improvement of existing institutional and legal frameworks represents a crucial step for the good management of cultural heritage. Taking into account the existing international framework of reference such as legal conventions, international panels and workshops and following a joined-up approach, the RMSU intends to facilitate the development of shared

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EVE- European Education and more

Let yourself be tempted by the fruits of the projects we finance! from the world of education, training, culture and youth.

Eve is the single information point on European education, training, culture and youth projects. It showcasesthousand of projects and their results, from the Culture, Youth and Lifelong Learning Programmes (Erasmus,

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The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership

The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership, formerly known as the Barcelona Process, was re-launched in 2008 as the Union for the Mediterranean at the Paris Summit for the Mediterranean July, with the new network of relations endorsed at the Marseille Meeting of the Euro-Mediterranean Ministers of Foreign Affairs in November. The Partnership now

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The European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP)

The European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) is one of the European Union’s newest external relations policies, aiming to bring Europe and its neighbours closer, to their mutual benefit and interest. It was conceived after the 2004 enlargement of the EU with 10 new member countries, in order to avoid creating new

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Peace Bag:toolkit to promote peace among young people of Euro-Mediterranean youth leaders

A new toolkit to promote peace among young people was presented by the ‘Peace Bag’ regional initiative, supported by the Anna Lindh Foundation, at a five-day seminar of Euro-Mediterranean youth leaders held in Alexandria.

A press release said the new toolkit aims to offer practical tools to raise awareness on the

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New Euro- Mediterranean resource for journalists

Leading international institutions join forces to respond to the growing challenge of reporting across cultures

Brussels; Alexandria; New York– A new media resource and programme aimed at supporting journalists reporting across the Mediterranean region has been presented on the occasion of the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations Regional Conference taking place

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European Union External Action Service(EEAS): find your delagation

The Treaty of Lisbon contains two important institutional innovations that impact on EU external action, it creates:

A President of the European Council appointed for a renewable term of two and a half years. A High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy. In November 2009, the European Council appointed Catherine Ashton

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