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EU in Nigeria 🇪🇺 Nov 27
The 5th AU-EU Summit, 29-30 Nov. in Abidjan. 2017 is a defining year for EU-Africa relations - leaders will discuss future EU-Africa relations and focus on investing in youth; peace and security; investment and trade; job creation & migration and mobility.
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EuropeAid Jul 1
We are committed to ensuring 85% of European external action programs promote gender equality by 2020. Why? Because for too long, the lives and rights of millions of women and girls around the world have been ignored. We can and must change this. RT if you're with us!
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Senator Shehu Sani Nov 29
African leaders shouldn't speak to European leaders like the colonized and the colonizer;they should relate as co equals and find ways to address the root causes of migration and Slavery that has today cast a dark shadow over the two continents.
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African Union Nov 30
Joint Statement on the Migrant Situation in Libya
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European Commission 🇪🇺 Nov 28
Did you know that Africa has the world’s fastest-growing labour force? Jobs are a key priority for the partnership
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Maud Arnould Nov 30
Summit is just over. It has been a long way to prepare it. It has been nice to attend it. It has been so good to see so many African brothers and sisters. It has been refreshing to hear some inspiring speeches. The road ahead will be even brighter!@sommetuaue2017
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European External Action Service - EEAS 🇪🇺 Nov 28
Replying to @FedericaMog
"We need a 'New Deal' between and , a deal of equal partners where we set our priorities together, we identify the problems together and we all take responsibility for reaching our common goals."
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Irene Hvass Nov 26
Summit concert for youth with and other amazing Ivorian artists in Abidjan! Our fellows met their “Godfather” for the first time in person!
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European Commission 🇪🇺 May 23
What happens in Africa matters for Europe. Today we met with our partners to discuss global challenges like peace and security. We also launched a €400 million programme dedicated to African youth.
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EuropeAid Nov 30
"The partnership between the and the 🇪🇺 is a partnership of equals", at the final press conference 👇
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European External Action Service - EEAS 🇪🇺 Nov 30
Did you know that Sub-Saharan Africa will have one billion smartphone users by 2023?
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#BeTheFutureToday Nov 29
Say cheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeese! 📸 Just wrapped up the Youth Pre-Summit meeting. Retweet if you see a familiar face 🙄
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European Commission 🇪🇺 Nov 28
"Africa must become aware of the fact that it is already, today, a big international player. Europe must not distance itself from Africa's universal ambitions." in an interview →
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European External Action Service - EEAS 🇪🇺 Nov 29
"Without your input our policies are less effective" tells Youth
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EuropeAid May 23
The External Investment Plan provides a state of the art framework to improve sustainable investments in Africa. Here's how it works 👇
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CONCORD Nov 30
Closure of the with a bitter taste! Civil Society prevented from speaking. This is our reaction!
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European Commission 🇪🇺 May 25
The future of the world depends on the good cooperation between Europe and Africa. This week we launched programmes worth €400 million, including support for African youth – all the more important as 60% of Africa's population is under 25 years old.
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Koen Vervaeke Dec 19
Stimulating discussion with african ambassadors in Brussels on Summit outcome and the many steps to follow. Dialogue key.
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Birgitte Markussen Jan 1
Happy 2018! Special thanks to our excellent colleagues in and . 2017 was a remarkable year for
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DSW - International Nov 30
NGO statement on the censoring of civil society voices at the today: "It is symptomatic of a process that has failed to accommodate meaningful participation for civil society, and makes a mockery the lofty rhetoric we have heard in Abidjan this week"
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