EuroMeSCo is the main network of research centres and think tanks in the Euro-Mediterranean area. Founded in 1996, in the aftermath of the Barcelona Declaration, the network develops impactful policy-oriented research and encourages policy-making to improve Euro-Mediterranean cooperation, specifically in the field of economic development, migration and security. Visit website.
The Refugee Crisis’ Double Standards: Media Framing and the Proliferation of Positive and Negative Narratives During the Ukrainian and Syrian Crises
This policy brief examines how media framing of the Ukrainian and Syrian refugee crises affected public opinion and policy-making in the European Union.20 March 2023
Is Climate Diplomacy the Solution for more Resilient Cooperation in the Mediterranean Region?
This policy brief proposes to explore how climate diplomacy can contribute to deeper cooperation between countries of the Mediterranean and propel a stronger relationship between its citizens.28 February 2023
E-Commerce and the Digital Economy in Morocco, a Factor of Social Inclusivity and Employment: Context, Approach and Limits
TIn this paper, Youssef Tobi aims to interview dropshippers and other e-commerce professionals to establish the link between the rise of digital jobs and social inclusivity.28 February 2023
Tackling Disinformation and Inaccuracy: Euro-Med Digital Opportunities in the Context of the Russian Online Invasion
Abdullatif Sleibi points out in this policy brief how the challenges of disinformation in the Russian-Ukranian war have yet to be balanced along the market logic of supply and demand.15 February 2023
Scaling Up Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency to Maximise the Socioeconomic Impact ‒ The Case for Household Applications in Jordan
This policy paper examines the interlinkeages between Jordan’s social and economic development goals and the clean energy and sustainable energy goals.13 February 2023