Jordan: Rise Talent Show

12 November 2019
EU in Jordan celebrates Jordanian youth talent

EU in Jordan celebrates Jordanian youth talent

12 November 2019
After a successful first edition, RISE Talent Contest is happening again this year, now larger and organized by EUNIC Jordan. Youngsters from all over the kingdom compete in four different categories: playing, singing, dancing and creating. Featuring 16 participants, the final talent show and award…
Ljubljana Creative Forum 2019 to link the Southern Mediterranean and the Western Balkans through creativity

Ljubljana Creative Forum 2019 to link the Southern Mediterranean and the Western Balkans through creativity

05 November 2019
The Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) is co-organizing the second edition of Creative Forum Ljubljana together with the Slovenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH commissioned by BMZ. This Forum is the only platform that links…
Closing ceremony of the 2nd edition of Heritage Days

EUNIC Jordan showcasing talent at Heritage Days closing ceremony

04 November 2019
Heritage Days in Jordan closing ceremony under the patronage of HRH Princess Rym Ali, featured the screening of four Jordanian-produced short films and the opening of the Belgian Hejaz Wagon "Cinema on Wheels". An old Belgian train wagon that was used in the historic Hejaz Railway, was restored…
Sustainable tourism to boost local economies: launch of EU-funded CROSSDEV project

Sustainable tourism to boost local economies: launch of EU-funded CROSSDEV project

23 October 2019
What if abandoned ruins become the key factor to develop the economy of entire regions? That is what the CROSSDEV project ('Cultural Routes for Sustainable Social and economic Development in Mediterranean') intends to realize in 4 Mediterranean countries: Italy, Jordan, Lebanon and Palestine. Its…
Heritage Days in Jordan

Heritage Days in Jordan: Two closed historical sites exceptionally open to the public

22 October 2019
In the framework of the 2nd edition of Heritage Days and with the cooperation of the Department of Antiquities in Amman, two closed heritage sites will be open for the first time this year for the public. For this upcoming weekend, Amman Nymphaeum and an ancient Church in Sweifieh will be open all…
The Union for the Mediterranean and FotoNostrum to stimulate cultural interaction, dialogue and social integration

The Union for the Mediterranean and FotoNostrum to stimulate cultural interaction, dialogue and social integration

21 October 2019
The Union for the Mediterranean Secretary General Nasser Kamel signed on 17 October 2019 a Memorandum of Understanding with The WonderPick Limited – FotoNostrum. Through this MoU the UfM confirms its contribution for the intercultural dialogue in the Mediterranean region and reinforces its…
EU in Jordan supports Haya Theatre Festival

EU in Jordan supports Haya Theatre Festival

21 October 2019
The European Union in Jordan supports the 4th edition of Haya Theatre Festival from 10 October to 2 November 2019. Haya Cultural Center, which hosts the event, invites children and families to experience the charm of world- class performances at Haya Theater Festival for the fourth year in a row.…
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European Commission campaign on consumer rights to roll out across Europe until 2020

17 October 2019
Travellers from the European Neighbourhood to Europe may be interested to learn about a new communication campaign launched by the European Commission on consumer rights -#YourEURight. Currently being rolled out across Europe, this digital-led campaign aims to raise awareness of key EU consumer…
European Agenda on Migration

European Agenda on Migration four years on: Marked progress needs consolidating

16 October 2019
Ahead of the October European Council, the Commission is reporting on key progress under the European Agenda on Migration since 2015, with focus on steps taken by the EU since the last progress report in March 2019. The Commission also set out those areas where work must continue to address current…