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.
Building Resilience Blocks: How to Improve the Quality of Work for the Egyptian Construction Precariat?
This paper explores how the notion of precarity applies to informal construction workers in Egypt. It also assesses the government’s intervention during the pandemic regarding informal irregular workers.3 February 2022
Paradoxical Africanisation of Libya after 2011. Growing influence of sub- Saharan African government, rebel, diplomatic and criminal actors in the post-Gaddafi state
Libya moved from being an exporter of security to sub-Saharan Africa, as under Gaddafi, to becoming an importer. Some aspects of this multi-dimensional “Africanisation” of Libya are likely to take root.31 January 2022
Israel, Jordan and UAE come closer on a new water-renewable deal brokered by the US. What does it mean for the EU?
The United Arab Emirates-brokered energy and water agreement between Israel and Jordan could pave the way for greater European Union (EU) involvement and support for regional integration on climate and water issues in the Middle Eas18 November 2021
Public Procurement Law: What are the challenges for implementation and needed reforms?
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.9 November 2021
Great Expectations: Defining A Trans-Mediterranean Cybersecurity Agenda
The transition to a green economy requires nothing short of a major, structural transformation of economic models, domestic and global. The scale and pace of the change needed and the high level of uncertainty require bold commitments.27 August 2021