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Stefano Manservisi, Director General for International Cooperation and Development, gave a background briefing on the European Union’s efforts to build partnerships for change in developing countries, on how the private sector can make a difference in creating jobs and growth in partner countries, and on the EU policy to empower women and girls and put them at the forefront of sustainable development.

Fresh from EDD 2018 Day 1: Press Briefing by Stefano Manservisi, Director General for International Cooperation and Development

Stefano Manservisi, Director General for International Cooperation and Development, gave a background briefing on the European Union’s efforts to build partnerships for change in developing countries, on how the private sector can make a difference in creating jobs and growth in partner countries, and on the EU policy to empower women and girls and put them at the forefront of sustainable development.

Fresh from EDD 2018 Day 1: Press Briefing by Stefano Manservisi, Director General for International Cooperation and Development

Fresh from EDD 2018 Day 1: Press Briefing by Stefano Manservisi, Director General for International Cooperation and Development

Stefano Manservisi, Director General for International Cooperation and Development, gave a background briefing on the European Union’s efforts to build partnerships for change in developing countries, on how the private sector can make a difference in creating jobs and growth in partner countries, and on the EU policy to empower women and girls and put them at the forefront of sustainable development.

Established in 1992, Lorenzo Natali Media Prize is an award granted by the European Commission to journalists from all over the world for their outstanding works on development. For 2018 the Lorenzo Natali Media Prize awarded a special thematic prize for submissions related to the elimination of violence against women and girls. 

Watch the Lorenzo Natali Media Prize 2018 Awards Ceremony

Established in 1992, Lorenzo Natali Media Prize is an award granted by the European Commission to journalists from all over the world for their outstanding works on development. For 2018 the Lorenzo Natali Media Prize awarded a special thematic prize for submissions related to the elimination of violence against women and girls. 

Watch the Lorenzo Natali Media Prize 2018 Awards Ceremony

Watch the Lorenzo Natali Media Prize 2018 Awards Ceremony

Established in 1992, Lorenzo Natali Media Prize is an award granted by the European Commission to journalists from all over the world for their outstanding works on development. For 2018 the Lorenzo Natali Media Prize awarded a special thematic prize for submissions related to the elimination of violence against women and girls. 

Our Women Empowering Women are four inspiring Young Leaders from the previous EDD editions. They are standing up for women’s and girls’ rights all over the world. Their portraits have been created for use by the media. Interviews with the Young Leaders can be arranged upon request.

Women Empowering Women

Our Women Empowering Women are four inspiring Young Leaders from the previous EDD editions. They are standing up for women’s and girls’ rights all over the world. Their portraits have been created for use by the media. Interviews with the Young Leaders can be arranged upon request.

Women Empowering Women

Women Empowering Women

Our Women Empowering Women are four inspiring Young Leaders from the previous EDD editions. They are standing up for women’s and girls’ rights all over the world. Their portraits have been created for use by the media. Interviews with the Young Leaders can be arranged upon request.

The Media Guide provides information regarding coverage of the 12th edition of the European Development Days (EDD 2018).

Contact community@eudevdays.eu for more details.

Media guide

The Media Guide provides information regarding coverage of the 12th edition of the European Development Days (EDD 2018).

Contact community@eudevdays.eu for more details.

Media guide

Media guide

The Media Guide provides information regarding coverage of the 12th edition of the European Development Days (EDD 2018).

Contact community@eudevdays.eu for more details.

The European Development Days (EDD), Europe's leading forum on international cooperation and development, took place in Brussels on 5 and 6 June 2018. In its twelfth year, EDD 2018 focused on gender equality and the empowerment and engagement of women and girls in sustainable development.

The overarching title of this year's forum was: "Women and Girls at the Forefront of Sustainable development: protect, empower, invest". The event was structured around three main themes: Physical and psychological integrity of women and girls; Socio-economic rights / empowerment of women and girls; Voice and participation for women and girls.

Journalists attending EDD 2018 had a unique opportunity to hear and meet key personalities of the women's rights movement, Heads of States, business leaders, policymakers, entrepreneurs, youth, as well as non-governmental organisations and academia. Each year, the forum attracts more than 6000 participants from over 140 countries, representing 1200 organisations from the development community.

In 2017, the European Union (EU) and the United Nations (UN) embarked on a major global initiative to eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls (VAWG) - the Spotlight Initiative. Spotlight places the issue at the centre of efforts to achieve gender equality and women's empowerment. An initial investment of EUR 500 million was made, with the EU as the main contributor.

Topics discussed at EDD 2018 include access to education and jobs, entrepreneurship, enforcing the legal and policy framework tackling all forms of sexual and gender based violence, as well as social issues ranging from girls' and women's human rights to climate change.

EDD 2018 continued to host the Young Leaders Programme. This programme invited exceptional youth representatives to speak at the high-level panels of the forum and bring fresh perspectives from the new generation. This year, 15 young people from across the world who have demonstrated their expertise and leadership on one of the EDD 2018 topics were invited to the EDD in Brussels. They shared their views and experiences with Heads of States and governments and the development community.

The Lorenzo Natali Media Prize 2018 award ceremony also took place at EDD. The prize, established in 1992, rewards outstanding reporting on the economic, social and environmental dimensions of sustainable development. In line with the EDD 2018's general theme, a Special prize was dedicated to work focused on the elimination of violence against women and girls.

Dedicated media facilities and support were available, including a press welcome and registration desk, press packs, press conferences, fully equipped working room, help in securing interviews and liaising with the speakers' own press team.

 

European Development Days 2018

The European Development Days (EDD), Europe's leading forum on international cooperation and development, took place in Brussels on 5 and 6 June 2018. In its twelfth year, EDD 2018 focused on gender equality and the empowerment and engagement of women and girls in sustainable development.

The overarching title of this year's forum was: "Women and Girls at the Forefront of Sustainable development: protect, empower, invest". The event was structured around three main themes: Physical and psychological integrity of women and girls; Socio-economic rights / empowerment of women and girls; Voice and participation for women and girls.

Journalists attending EDD 2018 had a unique opportunity to hear and meet key personalities of the women's rights movement, Heads of States, business leaders, policymakers, entrepreneurs, youth, as well as non-governmental organisations and academia. Each year, the forum attracts more than 6000 participants from over 140 countries, representing 1200 organisations from the development community.

In 2017, the European Union (EU) and the United Nations (UN) embarked on a major global initiative to eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls (VAWG) - the Spotlight Initiative. Spotlight places the issue at the centre of efforts to achieve gender equality and women's empowerment. An initial investment of EUR 500 million was made, with the EU as the main contributor.

Topics discussed at EDD 2018 include access to education and jobs, entrepreneurship, enforcing the legal and policy framework tackling all forms of sexual and gender based violence, as well as social issues ranging from girls' and women's human rights to climate change.

EDD 2018 continued to host the Young Leaders Programme. This programme invited exceptional youth representatives to speak at the high-level panels of the forum and bring fresh perspectives from the new generation. This year, 15 young people from across the world who have demonstrated their expertise and leadership on one of the EDD 2018 topics were invited to the EDD in Brussels. They shared their views and experiences with Heads of States and governments and the development community.

The Lorenzo Natali Media Prize 2018 award ceremony also took place at EDD. The prize, established in 1992, rewards outstanding reporting on the economic, social and environmental dimensions of sustainable development. In line with the EDD 2018's general theme, a Special prize was dedicated to work focused on the elimination of violence against women and girls.

Dedicated media facilities and support were available, including a press welcome and registration desk, press packs, press conferences, fully equipped working room, help in securing interviews and liaising with the speakers' own press team.

 

European Development Days 2018

European Development Days 2018

The European Development Days (EDD), Europe's leading forum on international cooperation and development, took place in Brussels on 5 and 6 June 2018. In its twelfth year, EDD 2018 focused on gender equality and the empowerment and engagement of women and girls in sustainable development.

The overarching title of this year's forum was: "Women and Girls at the Forefront of Sustainable development: protect, empower, invest". The event was structured around three main themes: Physical and psychological integrity of women and girls; Socio-economic rights / empowerment of women and girls; Voice and participation for women and girls.

Journalists attending EDD 2018 had a unique opportunity to hear and meet key personalities of the women's rights movement, Heads of States, business leaders, policymakers, entrepreneurs, youth, as well as non-governmental organisations and academia. Each year, the forum attracts more than 6000 participants from over 140 countries, representing 1200 organisations from the development community.

In 2017, the European Union (EU) and the United Nations (UN) embarked on a major global initiative to eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls (VAWG) - the Spotlight Initiative. Spotlight places the issue at the centre of efforts to achieve gender equality and women's empowerment. An initial investment of EUR 500 million was made, with the EU as the main contributor.

Topics discussed at EDD 2018 include access to education and jobs, entrepreneurship, enforcing the legal and policy framework tackling all forms of sexual and gender based violence, as well as social issues ranging from girls' and women's human rights to climate change.

EDD 2018 continued to host the Young Leaders Programme. This programme invited exceptional youth representatives to speak at the high-level panels of the forum and bring fresh perspectives from the new generation. This year, 15 young people from across the world who have demonstrated their expertise and leadership on one of the EDD 2018 topics were invited to the EDD in Brussels. They shared their views and experiences with Heads of States and governments and the development community.

The Lorenzo Natali Media Prize 2018 award ceremony also took place at EDD. The prize, established in 1992, rewards outstanding reporting on the economic, social and environmental dimensions of sustainable development. In line with the EDD 2018's general theme, a Special prize was dedicated to work focused on the elimination of violence against women and girls.

Dedicated media facilities and support were available, including a press welcome and registration desk, press packs, press conferences, fully equipped working room, help in securing interviews and liaising with the speakers' own press team.

 

The Lorenzo Natali Media Prize celebrates journalists from all over the world reporting on development and related issues. This year, a special thematic prize was awarded for work focused on the elimination of violence against women and girls. The prize had two categories based on age groups: 21 to 26 years, and 27 years plus. For each category there was a winner from each region: Africa; the Arab World and the Middle East; Asia and the Pacific; Latin America and the Caribbean; and Europe. For more information please refer to the website of the Prize.

 

Lorenzo Natali Media Prize

The Lorenzo Natali Media Prize celebrates journalists from all over the world reporting on development and related issues. This year, a special thematic prize was awarded for work focused on the elimination of violence against women and girls. The prize had two categories based on age groups: 21 to 26 years, and 27 years plus. For each category there was a winner from each region: Africa; the Arab World and the Middle East; Asia and the Pacific; Latin America and the Caribbean; and Europe. For more information please refer to the website of the Prize.

 

Lorenzo Natali Media Prize

Lorenzo Natali Media Prize

The Lorenzo Natali Media Prize celebrates journalists from all over the world reporting on development and related issues. This year, a special thematic prize was awarded for work focused on the elimination of violence against women and girls. The prize had two categories based on age groups: 21 to 26 years, and 27 years plus. For each category there was a winner from each region: Africa; the Arab World and the Middle East; Asia and the Pacific; Latin America and the Caribbean; and Europe. For more information please refer to the website of the Prize.

 

The winners was selected by a jury consisting of renowned public figures such as Mary Harper, the BBC World Service's Africa Editor, Bruce Shapiro from the Columbia School of Journalism, Rana Sabbagh, founder and executive director of Arab Reporters for Investigative Journalism, Mahendra Ved, President of the Commonwealth Journalists Association, Peruvian reporter and founder of "Panorámica Lationamericana" Isabel Recavarren, Maroun Labaki, President of Press Club Brussels and director of UN Women Brussels office Dagmar Schumacher. All winners received their awards at the ceremony during the 2018 European Development Days in Brussels on 5-6 June 2018.

Interviews with the Young Leaders took place before and during the European Development Days upon previous request.

For further information and to arrange an interview, please contact youth@eudevdays.eu

Interviews of EDD 2018 Young Leaders

Interviews with the Young Leaders took place before and during the European Development Days upon previous request.

For further information and to arrange an interview, please contact youth@eudevdays.eu

Interviews of EDD 2018 Young Leaders

Interviews of EDD 2018 Young Leaders

Interviews with the Young Leaders took place before and during the European Development Days upon previous request.

For further information and to arrange an interview, please contact youth@eudevdays.eu

View and download all of the EDD 2018 photo galleries. Password: EDD2017

EDD 2018 Galleries

View and download all of the EDD 2018 photo galleries. Password: EDD2017

EDD 2018 Galleries
EDD 2017 photo galleries

EDD 2018 Galleries

View and download all of the EDD 2018 photo galleries. Password: EDD2017

For any questions related to EDD, please contact community@eudevdays.eu

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For any questions related to EDD, please contact community@eudevdays.eu

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For any questions related to EDD, please contact community@eudevdays.eu

EDD 2018 - Visual Identity

EDD 2018 - Visual Identity

EDD 2018 - Visual Identity

#SheisWe Photobooth

#SheisWe Photobooth

#SheisWe Photobooth

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