EuroMeSCo to be associated to the Union of the Mediterranean Regional Forum

The II UfM Regional Forum will be organised in Barcelona on 23 and 24 January 2017 in the margins of the UfM meeting of Foreign Ministers. In agreement with the Secretary General of the UfM, a number of researchers from the network will be involved in the plenary debate following the meeting of the UfM Ministers of Foreign Affairs and in the thematic conferences to be held on 24 January.


In this context, we are pleased to announce the Call for Participants for the Union of the Mediterranean Regional Forum “Unleashing Our Youth’s Potential as Driving Force for Stability and Development”.


Applicants to this call should be associated with an institute member of the EuroMeSCo network and be between 25 and 40 years old. A maximum of 20 EuroMeSCo participants will be selected.


For further information on the Call please refer to Call for Participants for UfM Regional Forum


Candidates are invited to submit an Application Form at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by 5 December 2016.


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Dialogue Workshop on Migration Challenges in the EU Transit and Destination Countries

On 26 October, the Institute of Foreign Affairs and Trade hosted a workshop in Budapest on challenges related to the influx of migrants and refugees into the selected EU transit and destination countries.

Dialogue Workshop on Transformation in Tunisia

On 4 November, the Finnish Institute for International Affairs, in cooperation with Centre des études méditerranéennes et internationales (Tunisia), organised a workshop on political and social developments in Tunisia since the revolution.

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