Events

Webinar

08 Dec 2021
Online

Defining a Trans-Mediterranean Cybersecurity Agenda

In this webinar, a prestigious lineup of speakers present the role of the law in fighting corruption and the challenges it faces in the political context, as well as the steps needed to ensure proper implementation.

Webinar

11 Feb 2021
Online

The Role of the Army in Egypt 10 Years after Tahrir

The military has played a critical role in shaping the Egyptian Republic since 1953. It has monopolized power for brief periods but mostly has been part of a wider coalition of state institutional actors and bureaucratic cliques.

Webinar

18 Feb 2021
Online

Borders, Conflicts and Security in the Mediterranean: the Case of the Spanish-Moroccan Border

Presently, the Mediterranean is one of the most lethal borders in the world. In addition, one of the scenarios in which issues related to border management, security, and conflicts between states, acquire great importance.

Webinar

04 Mar 2021
Online

Reading Migrations and Displacement through the Lens of Emotions

Migration has an emotional side that needs to be analysed in itself, understanding that the pushing factors why people take ‘dangerous journeys’ are not always rational as ‘dreams, hope and aspirations’ have a lot to say.

Webinar

28 Apr 2021
Online

What Do We Know about Jihadist Radicalization?: Pre-Established Ideas, Realities and Questions

The attacks that have been hitting France and many European countries during the recent years, as well as the departure of thousands of volunteers to the Iraqi-Syrian war zone, have pushed the issue of "jihadism" to the centre of attention.

Workshop

29 Jun 2021
Online

Great Expectations: Defining a Trans-Mediterranean Cybersecurity Agenda

The policy debate aims to presents key issues related to preventing conflict and promoting responsible state behaviour in cyberspace.