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Meeting of the EuroMeSCo ENI Project´s Consortium

The meeting of the EuroMeSCo ENI Project´s Consortium took place on the 7 November in Brussels. Members of the consortium and representatives of the European Commission and the European External Action Services discussed the topics of the Working Packages for the fourth year of the project, as well as the theme of the EuroMeSCo Annual Conference 2018.


As a result of the meeting the three Working Packages to be developed in 2018/2019 were approved:

 

  • Working Package 1: Cooperation with Religious Institutions as a Policy Tool, to be led by the Polish Institute of International Affairs
  • Working Package 2: Changement climatique et sécurité humaine dans le bassin méditerranéen, to be led by OCP Policy Center
  • Working Package 3: The Role of Russia in the MENA Region. Strategy or Opportunism, to be led by the Italian Institute for International Political Studies

 

 

 
EuroMeSCo discusses minority issues in the MENA region

On 1 November the EuroMeSCo workshop on minorities in the MENA region took place at the Issam Fares Institute in Beirut. The meeting gathered researchers from the network and academics.

 

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Security in the Sahel under EuroMeSCo scrutiny

On 26 October in Beirut, researchers from the EuroMeSCo network and other experts gathered to discuss the main challenges affecting the Sahel region and the stability of the Mediterranean region.

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EuroMeSCo contributes to debates on countering violent extremism

EuroMeSCo Statement_CVEThe EuroMeSCo Annual Conference, held on 1-2 June in Barcelona, aimed at contributing to debates and reflections on countering violent extremism in the Euro-Mediterranean region. The main ideas that came out from the debates have been gathered in a short document. The conclusions from the conference will be widely disseminated among policy makers and practitioners across the region as a policy-oriented contribution of the EuroMeSCo network to policies and initiatives to prevent and address violent extremism.

 

Read the EuroMeSCo statement

 

 
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