VITA Magazine » COMMUNITAS » Yalla Italia! » SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER »

Tag Brussels

A Marshall plan to defeat Ebola

The over 5 billion euros pledged by the international community, and already partially delivered to the three most hit countries in West Africa, aren’t enough, according to the heads of state of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. In order to beat Ebola, a Marshall plan is necessary.

continue reading »

Ebola: Food security, the Forgotten Crisis in West Africa

According to two UN agencies, the number of people facing food insecurity due to the Ebola epidemic in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone could raise from 500,000 to one million by March 2015, unless access to food is drastically improved and measures are put in place to safeguard crop and livestock production.

continue reading »

Support infrastructure investment, Uhuru tells EU-Africa Summit

President Uhuru Kenyatta has called on African leaders to accelerate reforms that will encourage more private sector investment in infrastructure projects.

continue reading »

OP-ED: Europe’s Commitment to Africa’s Children is Still Needed

Brussels – As African and European leaders meet in Brussels this week under the theme of “Investing in People, Prosperity and Peace”, it is clear Africa’s greatest natural resource, its children, must be centre stage.

continue reading »

The Potential of Free Media in the Sustainable Development Goals

What role does freedom of expression and independent media play in international development? How can independent media contribute to good governance objectives in the post-2015 development agenda? These were the questions to be answered during a policy dialogue organized on 17th February in Brussels at the European Parliament (EP) by the Global Forum for Media Development and Deutsche Welle Akademie.

continue reading »

The Congolization Movement

On January 17th, a group of local artists (Pitcho Womba Konga, Fredy Massamba, Badi Ndeka, Caroline Dujardin, Kamanda Milele, Lety Kangaka, Jack Rémy, Karim Kalonji, Christian Levo, Malkia Mutiri and myself) pulled off “the Action” in L’Horloge Du Sud, better known as the Afro-European cultural spot in the center of Brussels.

continue reading »

Project by VITA SOCIETÀ EDITORIALE S.P.A.
P.IVA 11273390150
ISCRIZIONE ROC N.3275
Direttore Responsabile afronline.org: Giuseppe Frangi
©2011-2015