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Inclusion policies
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Lesbian, gay and bisexual survey reveals they still fear isolation and discriminationInternational Day Against Homophobia

Lesbian, gay and bisexual survey reveals they still fear isolation and discrimination

People who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered (LGBT) continue to experience widespread discrimination and harassment, according to the largest survey ever conducted among the LGBT community in Europe.  Leer ms

Europe

EUs food programme

The EUs food programme could soon be expanded to include the provision of clothes and shelter to poor people in the EU, under a proposal being dealt with by Parliament  Leer ms

Europe celebrates the 63rd anniversary of the Schuman Declaration9th of May

Europe celebrates the 63rd anniversary of the Schuman Declaration

On 9 May 2013 Europe will celebrate the 63rd anniversary of the Schuman Declaration. Sixty-three years ago, on 9 May 1950, the then French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman made the first move towards the creation of what we now know as the European Union Leer ms

Charlemagne Youth Prize 2013

A Spanish youth media project wins the Charlemagne Youth Prize 2013

The award ceremony was organised jointly by the European Parliament and the International Charlemagne Prize Foundation  Leer ms

Social investment

The conclusions at Leuven Conference shows that is the moment to invest in people

The key role of social investment for the modernisation of national welfare systems and for overcoming Europes employment and social crisis was underlined by Lszl Andor, European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion at the conference on the implementation of the Social Investment Package.  Leer ms

In Brussels

8 years later Cuban dissidents pick up EU prize

Cubas Ladies in White won the European Unions Sakharov Prize in 2005 for their fight for democracy and human rights, but they werent granted permission to leave the country at that time. Leer ms

Nordic Institute of Asian Studies

European and Chinese researchers join forces

A unique Sino-European research centre, a collaboration between Chinas Fudan University (FU) and the University of Copenhagen (KU), opened its doors on April 16 Leer ms

The World Bank announces remarkable declines in global poverty 1 euro per day

The World Bank announces remarkable declines in global poverty

The number of people living on less than 1 euro per day has decreased dramatically in the past three decades, from half the citizens in the developing world in 1981 to 21 percent in 2010, despite a 59 percent increase in the developing world population. d  Leer ms

Africa Progress Panel

A report urges better education for Africa

The Africa Progress Panel, a policy think tank chaired by Kofi Annan, a former UN secretary-general, states that children in school are receiving an education of such abysmal quality that they are learning very little. Leer ms

Brookings Institution report

Africa still has the worlds lowest secondary school enrollment rates

African countries need to invest heavily in education to develop a skilled workforce and reduce high unemployment. Although the region has made progress in expanding school access in the past decade, it has the worlds lowest secondary school enrollment rates, according to US think tank the Brookings Institution. Leer ms

University statistics

Scottish Government wants to improve access to university for those from deprived backgrounds

Details released by the Higher Education Statistics Agency show 26.6% of full-time undergraduates studying in Scotland in 2011-12 came from the poorest homes, compared with 30.7% across the UK as a whole. Leer ms

The EU support access to sufficient and safe food for allNutrition in development cooperation

The EU support access to sufficient and safe food for all

Through its development cooperation, the EU has played a leading role in tackling hunger for many years and is the worlds largest donor in supporting global food security and sustainable agricultural development. Leer ms

The European Commission  promotes Social Investment Package through ONGs Social Inclusion

The European Commission promotes Social Investment Package through ONGs

The Commission promoted the launch of its Social Investment Package with a 33-minute video that presents the successful social inclusion strategies of some Member States.  Leer ms

Mobile payment giants bet on financial inclusionMobile World Congress

Mobile payment giants bet on financial inclusion

Telefnica (one of the first european telecoms) , CaixaBank (Spanish cardholder leader) , Factory Card and Gemalto have designed a payment application to pay through mobile phones. The new technology has been presented in the Wold Mobile Congress in Barcelona. Other credit international companies like the giant Master Card have also introduced their future mobile payment services. Leer ms

Moscow, 15-16 February 2013

Finance Ministers G.20 support the financial inclusion and support education programs

Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Moscow, afther meet 15-16 February 2013 at Moscu, welcomed the progress achieved by the Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion (GPFI) in implementing the Financial Inclusion Action Plan and look forward to the progress report at our July meeting. Leer ms

Universal Financial Access

Citi and Visa Launch Financial Inclusion for 2020

The Center for Financial Inclusion, together with Citi and Visa Inc. announced the launch of the Financial Inclusion 2020 campaign (FI2020). FI2020 is focused on the acceleration of financial inclusion by uniting the private sector, governments, NGOs, and other relevant parties to develop a comprehensive strategy to achieve this aim. Leer ms

EU-wide challenge

Commission launches a multimedia competition on the role of migrants in Europe

The EU-wide competition challenges students to produce artwork that expresses their views on the issue, capturing the role migrants play in our lives. With the goal of stimulating a constructive debate, while reflecting on the situation of migrants in Europe, the Commission gives Europes up-and-coming talent the chance to bring their perspective to the fore. Leer ms

Education Reform Project

The World Bank helps to implement educational reforms in Moldova

As the World Bank announced, the new project will support the Government of Moldova in implementing reforms that will strengthen the quality of education and lead to a more efficient education sector. Leer ms

Sustainable development

EU engages with the Eight Development Goals

Life for the worlds poor has drastically improved over the last 13 years thanks to countries working together on the millennium development goals aimed at reducing poverty and saving lives. As the target year of 2015 is rapidly approaching. To debate this issue the development committee has organized a hearing with experts on 22 January.  Leer ms

Fighting poverty through culture

The European Commission and UNESCO boost literacy in developing countries

The European Commission and UNESCO will call for joint action to reduce the number of young people and adults lacking basic reading and writing skills, both in Europe and world-wide, at a meeting in the European Parliament tomorrow (22 January).  Leer ms

Nine countries and a time to innovate

Over 661 million in EU humanitarian aid funding for 2013

The Commission will fund humanitarian interventions run by more than 200 of its partner organisations in nearly 80 countries or regions. Leer ms

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