On the 2nd and 3rd July, the Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg visited Rwanda as the last stop on her first official visit to Africa. The Prime Minister was received by Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame in Kigali for discussions on the future of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The two leaders are co-chairs for the MDG Advocacy Group, set up by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.

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Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg was received by President Paul Kagame in Kigali for discussions on the future of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The two leaders are co-chairs for the MDG Advocacy Group, set up by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, which now met in Africa for the first time.

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Education will be a key theme when the Prime Minister visits South Africa, Malawi and Rwanda from July 1–4. Prime Minister Solberg co-chairs the United Nations Millennium Development Goals Advocacy Group together with President Kagame of Rwanda. The Group aims to mobilize global action in achieving the Millennium Development Goals by the end of 2015. The Prime Minister will first travel to Sout...

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The annual European Union Human Rights Defenders Award is given by the EU Member States, Norway and the EU Delegation in Uganda to recognise the achievements of Human Rights Defenders in Uganda.

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Ambassaden i Kampala tilbyr 2 praktikantplasser med en varighet på inntil 6 måneder. Søknadsfrist er 1. september 2014.

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I forbindelse med de senere dagers uroligheter i distriktene Bundibugyo og Kasese i vestlige Uganda, hvor et større antall mennesker er blitt drept, oppfordres reisende til å følge utviklingen i områdene via media og informasjon fra ugandiske myndigheter før man besøker områdene.

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