The New Post-COVID-19 European Neighbourhood Policy: What is the EU Support for Morocco in the Health Insurance Reform?28 July 2021. From 17:30 To 19:00 | Conference | French | Auditorium du PCNS and Live-Stream
Since the launch of the European Neighbourhood Policy in 2004, Morocco has proved to be a privileged partner in both the economic and political fields. However, with the emergence of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the past year has proved difficult for both sides who have declared a state of emergency and implemented strict measures to protect their citizens.
Nevertheless, in February 2021, and with the gradual reduction of restrictions, the European Commission established a new agenda for the Mediterranean region with the aim of strengthening the previous relations and partnerships, known as the “joint communication proposing a new agenda for the Mediterranean region. In this vein, on April 14, 2021, King Mohamed VI launched a major social protection project that requires numerous structural and legal reforms as well as significant funding. It is in this context the Morocco-EU cooperation plays a support role in order to carry out the programs and projects initiated by the Kingdom.
This event allows an in-depth discussion of the reforms of the post-COVID-19 social protection system, and particularly the health insurance component within the framework of Morocco-EU cooperation, and in which, experts and institutional representatives, combine their actions and outlook.