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On Monday 16 October 2017 the Council adopted the EU Annual Report on Human Rights And Democracy in the World in 2016.
2016 was a challenging year for human rights and democracy, with a shrinking space for civil society and complex humanitarian and political crises emerging. In this context, the European Union showed leadership and remained strongly committed to promote and protect human rights and democracy across the world.
Four months after the violence in Kasese district, which culminated in the incidents of 26-27 November 2016, the European Union regrets that the Ugandan authorities have not yet launched a comprehensive independent investigation.
Kampala, 17-02-2016: It was during a meeting of the Heads of the Electoral Observer Missions to Uganda General Elections 2016 held yesterday in Kampala that was issued the attached joint statement.
One of the youngest electorates in the world is about to make an important decision in Uganda’s 18 February 2016 General Elections, and the European Union was invited by the country’s authorities to establish an Election Observation Mission. The purpose of the mission is to assess the extent to which the election process complies with Uganda’s international and regional commitments, and national laws.
The Horn of Africa comprising Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan and Uganda covers approximately 5.2 million square kilometers with more than 65% of the land receiving less than 500mm of rainfall annually. This region is home to over 217 million people with diverse and rich culture, resources and opportunities which have enabled them to harness livelihoods over the years.
UN Secretary-General, WBG and IsDBG Presidents, and other Agency Heads Visit Region to Link Peace Efforts with Economic Progress
COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
Foreign Affairs Council meeting
Brussels, 22 July 2014
The Council adopted the following conclusions:
Le partenariat stratégique Afrique-UE
Dans un monde en mutation constante, une chose est sûre : l’Afrique et l’Europe resteront chacune le plus proche voisin de l’autre. Les 54 pays d’Afrique et les 28 États membres de l’Union européenne (UE) ont en commun une proximité géographique, une histoire et un devenir.
The Africa-EU Partnership
Summary: 21 octobre 2013, Luxembourg - Conseil AFFAIRES ETRANGERES Conclusions du Conseil relatives à la République Centrafricaine
Le Conseil a adopté les conclusions suivantes:
The European Union (EU) fully supports international efforts to end the long-running campaign of terror being carried out by Joseph Kony and the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) and to help the populations affected by the LRA presence. The EU supports the African Union's Regional Cooperation Initiative to strengthen regional efforts to combat the LRA.
Piracy in the Western Indian Ocean has been a growing threat to security, international shipping and development since the mid-2000s. While bearing all aspects of organised crime, piracy is a complex issue that can only be overcome by combining political and diplomatic efforts with military and legal action, development assistance and strong international coordination.
Brussels, 8 December 2011
The Council today appointed Mr Alexander Rondos as EU Special Representative to the Horn of Africa.
3124th FOREIGN AFFAIRS Council meeting
Brussels, 14 November 2011
The Council adopted the following conclusions:
IMPROVEMENTS MARRED BY AVOIDABLE FAILURES
20 February 2011, Kampala
The European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) has been present in Uganda since 15 January 2011 following an invitation from the Government of the Republic of Uganda and the Electoral Commission of Uganda. The EU EOM is led by Edward Scicluna, Member of the European Parliament. The EU EOM deployed 120 observers from 27 EU Member States and Norway. The observers were deployed throughout Uganda to observe and assess the electoral process in accordance with international and regional standards for elections.
Following the presidential and legislative elections in Uganda on 18 February, Catherine Ashton, the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the Commission, made the following statement:
"I welcome the peaceful conduct of the elections in Uganda on Friday 18 February. This second election since the restoration of multi-party democracy in Uganda, marks a further consolidation of the democratic process, not just in Uganda itself but in the whole region.
Kampala, 9 February 2011
The Chief Observer of the European Union Election Observation Mission (EU EOM) to Uganda, Edward Scicluna, Member of the European Parliament (MEP), has concluded a series of discussions with stakeholders in Uganda's 2011 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections.
The Briefing Note “Mapping EU Support for Sanitation in Africa is based on a full study by WEDC. The purpose of the study is to obtain an overview of the status of the involvement of EU Member States and the European Commission in sanitation-related activities in Africa. It is anticipated that the findings of this work will have the potential to be used for both arguing for greater priority for sanitation within the international architecture and also for individual donors to use in discussing their own Official Development Assistance (ODA).
Brussels, 28 January 2011
Uganda: EU to observe the February general elections
The European Union is deploying an Election Observation Mission (EOM) for the general elections in Uganda, scheduled to take place on 18 February 2011.
Cereal prices have rose in recent months and were at higher levels in April compared to December 2009.
Rising food prices and intensifying armed conflict continue to compromise sustained improvements in food security.
Different agencies agree on an extremely alarming problem of hunger and deteriorating food security.
UN agencies and partners have appealed for donations to assist people affected by conflict and rising prices.