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The European Network for Central Africa (EurAc), created in 2003, aims to help the Great Lakes region build a better future. EurAc carries out advocacy work for a strong, coherent and sustainable engagement by the European Union and its Member States integrated to a regional approach. EurAc gathers 36 European civil society organisations that work on and in the region and that support local civil society in Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Rwanda in promoting peace and development, and in defending human rights.

Annual Report 2019

 


Latest press releases

[Natural Resources] 2 March 2020 - Civil society calls for transparency on the companies subjected to the European Union’s Regulation on the supply of 3TG minerals

[Political Participation] 4 December 2019 - Promoting gender equality in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Rwanda: European rhetoric in view of the facts

[Human Rights] 15 July 2019 - La reprise de la coopération française avec le Burundi affaiblit la position de l’Union européenne et remet en question l’engagement français pour les droits humains

[Political Participation] [Natural Resources] 3 July 2019  - Discrimination against women in the DRC: calling for strong recommendations from the CEDAW committee on the impact of mining on women’s rights and political and public participation

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EurAc Info is EurAc’s weekly newsletter and press review. It contains: 

  • The latest news on Burundi, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, as well as European policy on this region
  • The latest reports, invitations to events, articles and info on EurAc and its member organisations
  • The latest reports and press releases from local civil society organisations

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