The FPI undertakes a number of important management and financing activities that support real foreign policy-related initiatives on the ground. Here are some examples of the kinds of actions the FPI helps make possible, in coordination with the European External Action Service (EEAS) and other partner services.
“We are going to make the country proud of us”
This article is the fourth in a series of stories on how the “Unis dans nos différences” project financed by the Service for Foreign Policy...
«Football pour la Paix» au service de la cohésion sociale en Côte d’Ivoire
Oubliez les règles traditionnelles d’un match de football avec 22 joueurs, repartis en 2 équipes et qui s’affrontent sur un terrain autour d’un ballon pour marquer des buts dans le camp adverse et remporter la victoire...
Analysis of the perception of the EU and of EU's policies abroad
Results of the study "Analysis of the perception of the EU and of EU's policies abroad".
Breaking the climate-conflict cycle: EU-backed initiative revitalises Galmudug, Somalia
In the heart of the Horn of Africa, the sun-drenched, arid landscape of Somalia is being reshaped by an invisible yet relentless force: climate change. This is one of the causes of exacerbating competition between local clans over grazing land, water, and other natural resources, leading to displace
Breathing new life: Restoring cultural heritage in Letnicë/Letnica, Kosovo
The Mill of Frok Dokic may not look like much. However, here, in the shadow of the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Letnica, students, professors, restorers.
Central Asia: Empowering media, activists and teachers to counter radicalisation online
The European Union is helping countries in Central Asia take measures to effectively counter radicalisation and promote peace and stability. The aim is to increase societal resilience and empower people to spot and react to disinformation.
Community-driven solutions in Lebanon
An IcSP-funded project has helped poor communities in Lebanon with high concentrations of refugees to come together and tackle shared problems.
Cultural leaders add new perspectives to Foreign Policy
120 members of the cultural industry from 30 countries met in Brussels from 23 to 25 October to exchange and support practices based on knowledge, intercultural dialogue, and social engagement.
Demining in Bosnia and Herzegovina: An EU-funded application that can save lives
Carefree is not a word Dea Makitan would associate with her childhood. Nor was that the feeling of other local residents of Ljubljenica village in ...
Demining the mountains in Colombia
An IcSP-funded project to remove deadly landmines in Colombia shows that communities can overcome the legacy of terrible and divisive conflict and is a powerful example for others to follow.