11 April 2022


Labelled as “Towards more social justice and inclusiveness in the Mediterranean”, this year’s EuroMeSCo Annual Conference will take the form of four in-person country events. For the Country Event in Jordan, EuroMeSCo has launched a Call for Participants and a Call for Papers.


This Country Event is part of the EuroMeSCo Annual Conference 2022 within the framework of the EuroMeSCo: Connecting the Dots project, co-funded by the European Union and the European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed). Co-organised with the West Asia North Africa Institute (WANA), this Country Event will provide an opportunity to discuss social justice and inclusiveness in Jordan.

The Jordan Country Event will gather around 40 participants from across the Mediterranean and its neighbouring regions. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss and exchange with officials, practitioners, researchers and think tankers on key issues in the Euro-Mediterranean area and contribute to policy shaping in the region.

Additionally, two selected authors (from the related Call for Papers) will be given the opportunity to present paper proposals in an open exchange with a broad audience.  This session will address the interlinkages between social justice and sustainable development in Jordan.

The aim of this call is to select up to 15 researchers and think tankers from the Euro-Mediterranean region and its neighbouring regions to participate and actively intervene in the Country Event. Participants will be selected based on their professional and academic background. Priority will be given to researchers affiliated to institutes which are members of the EuroMeSCo network.

Deadline: 26 April 2022, 23:59hrs CET


CALL FOR PAPERS – Interlinkages between social justice and sustainable development in Jordan

EuroMeSCo invites think tankers and researchers to reflect on the relevant interlinkages between social justice and sustainable development in times of significant climate-induced risks, with particular attention paid to vulnerable groups, including women and youths. Furthermore, it encourages to explore the role of local communities and social dialogue in this broad framework, presently and in the future.

If you wish to apply to more than one theme (max. 2) of the Call for Papers you need to fill a different form for each theme.

Read the terms of reference and submit your paper proposal by 26 April 2022, 23:59hrs CET.


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