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INTERNATIONAL MASTER OF SCIENCE IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT

Start date: Sep 21, 2015, End date: Sep 20, 2019,

Objective The main objective of the International Master of Science in Rural Development is to train European and non-European students, from developed, developing and transition countries to become specialists in Integrated Rural Development with a focus on socioeconomic and institutional aspects. It offers the opportunity to study international visions on Rural Development in their diversity of ...
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European Union - Africa Relations in a Changing Global Order

Start date: Sep 1, 2016, End date: Aug 31, 2018,

Africa has enjoyed a new prominence in the 21st century. Institutions such as the African Union have capitalised on this status by broadening relations with the result of the world, including members of the rising Global South. Questions have subsequently been asked about the continued relevance of relations with the Global North in a seemingly changing global order. For some people the EU and its ...
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FRAME, a 4-year multidisciplinary project, represents a consortium of 19 internationally recognized and globally networked human rights institutes from across Europe and strategic regions around the world. Through FRAME, more than 100 leading researchers and practitioners - with a strong gender balance - aim to provide the necessary building blocks for a coherent EU human rights policy comprised ...
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MODelling vegetation response to EXTREMe Events (MODEXTREME)

Start date: Nov 1, 2013, End date: Oct 31, 2016,

The continuous supply of services provided by agricultural systems is increasingly threatened by climate change in association with an estimated increase in the frequency of extreme weather events such as droughts, heat waves or heavy precipitation events.MODEXTREME has the overarching goal to help the European and non-European agriculture face extreme climatic events by improving the capability o ...
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European Union External Environmental Policy

Start date: Sep 1, 2014, End date: Feb 28, 2016,

... ociety to explore how, where and to what effect the EU is embarking on new forms of external environmental governance. EEEP’s main activity is an international conference hosted by the University of Pretoria, South Africa.
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Healthy seed are key to high crop yields, underpinning European and global food security. A wide range of diseases and pests are carried by seed and as well as spreading and increasing old problems, new problems may be introduced into the European Community countries via this route. There are currently opportunities to improve seed quality control by implementing emerging novel methodologies. The ...
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"Mesmerized by the contrast between spectacular growth in Asia and the Pacific Rim and the West’s hard times, many observers have overlooked a major reconfiguration of the Atlantic space. The North America – Europe link continues to be the strongest and largest of the relationships between any two continents. But their decline in relative terms is slowly being matched by the rise of Africa, Latin ...
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Mobile empowerment based on mobile technologies allows the development and implemen-tation of new business models and new business opportunities targeting micro enterprises and their customers in developing countries like South Africa.The goal of MOSAIC 2B is to develop and test a new framework that uses cloud-based ap-plications, innovative low-cost internet delivery mechanisms (delay tolerant ne ...
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Humans and animals living in poor communities in the developing world often suffer from health problems arising from neglected zoonoses. Control options for these diseases are perceived as either too expensive or to be beyond the mandate of either the human or animal health systems. There is evidence that zoonoses in humans can be suppressed or even eliminated through interventions in animals. Mor ...
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This is a proposal from 55 partners from 36 institutes to form a NoE that will seek to integrate European malaria research that is directed towards a better understanding of the basic biology of the parasite, its vector and of the biology of the interactions between the parasite and both its mammalian host and vectors. All the member institutes and researchers have demonstrated both their excellen ...
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ANIMALCHANGE will provide scientific guidance on the integration of adaptation and mitigation objectives and design sustainable development pathways for livestock production in Europe, in Northern and Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America. ANIMALCHANGE will inform public policy development in EU27 and propose cooperation programs addressing smallholder livestock farming in selected developing count ...
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VEG-i-TRADE provides platforms to identify impacts of anticipated climate change and globalisation on food safety, microbiological and chemical hazards, of fresh produce and derived food products. Control measures of managerial and technological nature will be developed in the supply chain of crop production, post-harvest processing and logistics to minimize food safety risks. The assessment of th ...
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"The JOLISAA project aims to increase understanding of agricultural innovation systems focusing on smallholders’ livelihoods and the articulation of local/traditional and global knowledge. Lessons learnt about past and ongoing experiences with agricultural/rural innovation in East, Southern and West Africa will be synthesised by combining joint case-study assessment with capacity-strengthening and ...
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One of the most dramatic and immediate impacts of climate variation is that on disease, especially the vector-borne diseases that disproportionally affect the poorest people in Africa. Although we can clearly see that, for example, an El Nino event triggers Rift Valley Fever epidemics, we remain poor at understanding why particular areas are vulnerable and how this will change in coming decades, s ...
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Strategies for the eradication of bovine tuberculosis (TB-STEP)

Start date: Oct 1, 2008, End date: Jun 30, 2012,

"Tuberculosis is an infectious disease caused by the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex. This infection affects domestic and wild animals and represents a major concern worldwide because of its high economic impact due to mortalities, condemnations, decreases in productions, and its zoonotic potential. Eradication programmes based on a test-and-slaughter policy in the EU have proved successful i ...
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Multilateralism and the EU in the Contemporary Global Order (MERCURY)

Start date: Feb 1, 2009, End date: Apr 30, 2012,

This project seeks to understand the EU’s contribution to effective multilateralism. We consider evolving and conflicting (culturally-defined) meanings of multilateralism; its uncertain future on a global scale; the EU system of external relations in the light of the Reform Treaty and its implications for the Union's ability to shape multilateralism; and whether and how multilateralism is compatib ...
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"INGINEUS addresses the evolution of global production networks (GPNs) into global innovation networks (GINs), and the impact this new process of global capitalism has on knowledge intensive activities in the EU. Global sourcing and assembly arrangements have been around for some three decades. They were principally based on efficiency considerations. Thus, multinational firms (MNCs) outsourced pa ...
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EUROSA+ (Europe & South Africa Partnership for Human Development) is a structured and institutionally embedded mobility project involving 9 European, 10 South African and 6 associated partners, aiming to promote mobility activities for South African and European individuals at master, PhD and staff level. The diverse, but complementary EUROSA+ partnership is dedicated to implement a well-functioni ...
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The AESOP multidisciplinary and intersectorial Erasmus Mundus consortium co-coordinated by the University Paul Sabatier-Toulouse 3 (France) and the University of the Western Cape (South Africa) is composed of 11 European and 9 South African university partners, as well as six additional associate members. AESOP involves 8 thematic fields and encourages the collaboration between different sectors a ...
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A diverse and complementary partnership of 9 European, 8 South African and 4 associated partners are dedicated to implement a well functioning mobility scheme taking into account the capacity and expertise of the European partners and the needs of the South African partners. The carefully selected associated partners will contribute a great deal in promoting the project within the wider higher edu ...
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The EUROSA II partnership aims to contribute to redressing past inequities and imbalances and to improve the participation rate of historically disadvantaged individuals in higher education. Capacity building and human development, with specific attention to South African’s designated groups, through master, PhD and staff mobility from South Africa to Europe are at the core of the project. The pri ...
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... the associate partner, gives the South African HEIs a wide range of possibilities to search for best practices among the IRUN partners in order to increase the research capacity and effectiveness of university governance in their home institutions. The European HEIs will benefit by welcoming outstanding South African students and staff and by further developing and strengthening their network in ...
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