EuroMeSCo Euromed Survey
The EuroMeSCo Euromed Survey builds on an accumulated 10 years’ experience of the IEMed’s Euromed Survey and aims to generate first-hand data and evidence on European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) related policies and priorities that can be of direct use for policy-makers and other stakeholders, and contribute to evidence-based research and inclusive policy-making. It also serves as a powerful tool to raise awareness among various constituencies such as academia, media, NGOs, companies, international organisations, governments´ representatives and diplomats familiar with regional and national ENP South issues to mobilise all sorts of experts, giving them the possibility to express their assessment and perception and put forward recommendations.
The survey report presents an analysis of the results including a descriptive report that provides an overall picture of the main results and a qualitative report containing analytical articles written by renowned experts that echo some specific results, offering keys to better understand some of the main issues at stake.
Towards a Renewed Partnership with the Southern Neighbourhood
The questionnaire was organised into five thematic blocks including 23 questions on main aspects that were expected to feature in a renewed partnership with the southern neighbourhood which cover various issues of strategic importance.
The consultation was open to the general public, targeting respondents from both the European Union and its Southern neighbourhood, including experts, civil society representatives and policy-makers. This open part was considered of great importance for a Survey of this kind as it contributes to improving the interpretation of its overall results and provides with additional valuable material.
Can the EU Share Values with its Partners in the Southern Neighbourhood?
James Moran, Associate Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for European Policy Studies, Belgium.
From Hot Seat to Powerhouse: Managing Climate Change in the Southern Neighbourhood
Florence Gaub, Deputy Director at the European Union Institute for Security Studies. France.
Digital Transformation in the Southern Neighbourhood
Katarzyna W. Sidło, Director of the Middle East and North Africa Department at the Center for Social and Economic Research. Poland.
The New EU Agenda for the Southern Mediterranean: Prospects for Morocco
Nezha Alaoui M’Hammdi, Senior Fellow at thePolicy Center for the New South. Morocco.
Reflections on EU-Jordanian Cooperation: Towards Tertiary Economics
Kareem Sharabi Rosshandler, Lead Researcher at the West Asia-North Africa Institute. Jordan.
A Quick Survey of EU-Israel Bilateral Relations 25 Years After the Barcelona Process
Alfred Tovias, Professor at The Hebrew University, Israel.
Egypt and the EU: Ten Years After the Arab Uprising
Gamal A. Gawad Soltan, Senior Research Fellow at the Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies. Egypt.