Events

Conference

10 Dec 2018
11 Dec 2018
Nouakchot

The Road Towards Integration: Transport and Logistics in the Western Mediterranean

This thematic seminar aims to initiate an in-depth debate on the obstacles that have prevented a completion of an integration of the countries of the 5 + 5 area.

Conference

14 Oct 2018
16 Oct 2018
Tunis

Promoting Socioeconomic Development in the MENA Region

The Center for Strategic Studies of the Near East South Asia (NESA) as part of its continuing series of sub-regional working groups of the Strategic Studies Network (SSN) and in partnership with the IEMed holds its fourth NESA-IEMed workshop.

Conference

04 Oct 2018
05 Oct 2018
Roma

Economic Integration And Co-Development: Recipes For Shared Progress In The Mediterranean Region

The UfM builds on the legacy of the Barcelona Process. Nevertheless, its first steps were hindered by a particularly unstable backdrop: poverty, unemployment and missing integration still remain among the main challenges to be faced.

Conference

04 Jul 2018
05 Jul 2018
Barcelona

Barcelona Euro-Med Forum on the Role of SMEs

The IEMed participates in the annual conference of the MED Confederation, an entity that aims to promote socio-economic cooperation in the Mediterranean to place this region in a better economic, commercial and social position.

Conference

17 Jan 2018
18 Jan 2018
Barcelona

6th Euromed Capital Forum

Euromed Capital in collaboration with the IEMed is organizing the 6th forum in Barcelona, during which several experts from the financial community, politicians and others analyze the impact of digitalisation on the world of business and finance.

Conference

16 Nov 2018
Tunis

Economic Policies, Trade Integration and Sustainable Job Creation

The central banks of eight Western Mediterranean countries discuss in Tunisia how to promote economic development in the region.

Workshop

24 May 2018
IEMed, Barcelona

Trade, Security, And Neoliberal Policies: Where Are The Reforms In Arab Countries Going?

The reforms that North African regimes have implemented from the 1990s to the present, especially in Morocco and Tunisia, neither generate general economic growth nor expand social justice or contribute to economic liberalization.