Presentation of the publication “Barcelona, capital of the Mediterranean. Local democracy and the fight for peace”
The Catalonia Europe Foundation presents the publication of the Pasqual Maragall Legacy Research Aid 2019, "Barcelona, capital of the Mediterranean. Local democracy and fight for peace" by Oscar Monterde, doctor in history from University of Barcelon...
The EuroMeSCo Annual Conference 2021 intends to actively contribute to the reflection over rolling out the new agenda for the Mediterranean, a few weeks after the release of the EU Joint Communication on the Renewed Partnership with the Southern Nei...
The IEMed is collaborating in the 2017 edition of the International Realities Forum with a seminar that brings together experts and politicians annually for 19 years to analyze the evolution of Tunisia and the region.
This conference discusses the conditions that lay behind the success of regime change and democratization processes.
The workshop, organized by the Center for Social Science Studies and Research in cooperation with EuroMeSCo, aims to fill this gap. The event examines the state of the opposition in the context of the new Arab political systems.
The EuroMeSCo conference, co-organized with the EU Institute for Security Studies in Paris, brings together more than 80 participants from 25 Euro-Mediterranean countries, including various political leaders and experts from different think tanks.
The sixteenth edition of the International Realities Forum, this year entitled "Tunisia and the countries of the Arab Spring: Issues and dynamics" analyzes the political and socioeconomic situation in Tunisia after the Arab Spring.
The Southern Mediterranean may be today entering a post-revolutionary phase. The focus should now be put on what is next: democratisation processes or a return to authoritarianism.
Representatives of governments and research centers from six regions in Italy, France and Spain, along with academics and experts from Morocco, Egypt, Tunisia and Israel, discuss how to improve operations and multilevel cooperation.