The first results of the EU's Gender Action Plan were presented at the European Development Days, and show that it is already helping to improve the EU's work with women and girls around the world. It reveals that EU Delegations and member states are putting in place new procedures to ensure that gender issues are systematically taken into account.
Development Commissioner Andris Piebalgs: “Gender is at the heart of our EU development policy. In any project we carry out, be ...
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