Towards more Social Justice and Inclusiveness in the Mediterranean
Labelled as “Towards more social justice and inclusiveness in the Mediterranean”, this year’s EuroMeSCo Annual Conference takes the form of four in-person country events in Morocco, Jordan, Tunisia and Egypt, and a closing event taking place in Brussels.
These events offer a platform for further discussions on the implementation of the New Agenda for the Mediterranean focusing on the theme of Social Justice and Inclusiveness and will involve mixed groups of representatives from think tanks, academic institutions, civil society organisations, and business community representatives, as well as EU and government officials.
Within the framework of the project EuroMeSCo: Connecting the Dots, co-funded by the European Union and the European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed), these country events are organised in collaboration with some of the partners of its Consortium.
HRH Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan
President - Royal Scientific Society
H.E. Dr Mohammed Khashashneh
Secretary General, ministry of Environment, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
H.E. Mary Kawar
Former Jordanian Minister for Planning and International Cooperation
Executive President, European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed)
Ambassador of the EU Delegation to the Hashemite kingdom of Jordan
Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Representative in Jordan
Senior Analyst for the Mediterranean and Arab World, Elcano Royal Institute
Abdelkader El Khissassi
Deputy Secretary General of the Union for the Mediterranean in charge of Economic Development and Employment
June 27th - 28th · 2022
September 23rd · 2022
Papers presentation and discussion: original EuroMeSCo papers selected from the Call for Papers.
Inclusive financing for small businesses and female entrepreneurship in Tunisia.
- Philippe Adair. Professor of Economist at Montpellier Business School.
- Imène Berguiga. Associate Professor in finance at the University of Sousse – IHEC, Tunisia.
Employment Vulnerability of Youths and Women in the Middle East amid COVID-19.
- Vladimir Hlasny. Economic affairs officer with the UN Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia – ESCWA.
December · 2022
Civil Society and Social Movements in the Euro-Mediterranean Region
Changing Euro-Mediterranean Lenses
Confronting violent extremism in the euro-mediterranean region
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