IT and telecoms

IT and telecoms

Rapid digitization of our economies, globally diverging demographic trends, climate change and evolving globalization are having a profound impact on the nature of work worldwide. In particular, the impact of the ongoing digital revolution on labour market outcomes across the globe, requires enhanced attention, coordination and collaboration.
The European Commission has set out its ambitions for a comprehensive and innovative partnership between Africa and the EU called the Africa-Europe Alliance for Sustainable Investments and Jobs. This includes a renewed determination to boost investment for job creation and to strengthen the role of the private sector.   OBJECTIVE   The EU-AU Digital Economy Task Force (the DETF) will work on four complementary areas:
The project aims to promote accessible Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for persons with disabilities in the Pacific.
Initiated in 2007, the Central Africa Backbone (CAB) project aims to install terrestrial optical fibre links that interconnect countries in the Central Africa region. Each country of the region has to implement its cross-border interconnection links (as well as missing links in its territory) with at least two neighbouring countries.
European Commission services are presenting a comprehensive and targeted approach aiming at mainstreaming digitalisation into EU development policy​. The European Commission presents today "Digital4Development", a strategy to mainstream digital technologies into European Union development policy, contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Commission Staff Working Document SWD(2017)157 - Digital4Development: mainstreaming digital technologies and services into EU Development Policy
To provide technical assistance for the Support to the implementation and coordination of the Portuguese-speaking African countries (PALOP) and Timor-Leste cooperation programme. To promote ties between the 6 PALOP-TL countries, to reinforce cooperation among themselves and on common interests and to promote transfer of knowledge, promote political cooperation and communication. 
Founded by Anglo-Burmese filmmaker Lindsey Merrison, the Yangon Film School is a non-profit organisation created to support young filmmakers in Myanmar. Since its first pioneering residential workshop in 2005, the trainings and the cinematic output have gone from strength to strength. Stymied by the lack of opportunities many creative people are crying out for inspiration to develop their artistic skills. These talented people are also keen to support changes in their country.
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