Child Marriage and Human Rights: The Moroccan Case

Salma El Ouazzani Chahdi Sendaoui, lecturer at the Faculty of Law of Mohammed V University, is the guest speaker at the AulaMed session on 9 February

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Irregular migration in the Mediterranean: border policies and gender spaces

A lecture by Sebnem Koser Akçapar, professor in Sociology (Ankara Social Sciences University)

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New IEMed Mediterranean Yearbook

Read the 2022 edition of the IEMed's flagship publication

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EuroMeSCo Annual Conference

The European Economic and Social Committee in Brussels hosts the closing event of the network of think tanks 2022 conference

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Towards Enhanced Connectivity and Sustainability in the Mediterranean Transport and Logistics Sector. Trends in Trade, Maritime Transport, and Sustainability

Towards Enhanced Connectivity and Sustainability in the Mediterranean Transport and Logistics Sector. Trends in Trade, Maritime Transport, and Sustainability

This Policy Study coordinated by CETMO and the IEMed shows the state and trends of transport and logistics in the Mediterranean at a time of multiple changes and offers interesting proposals to take advantage of the existing opportunities

6 February 2023
A Renewed Partnership for Developing Energy and Transport Infrastructure across the Mediterranean 

A Renewed Partnership for Developing Energy and Transport Infrastructure across the Mediterranean 

AulaMed article on a new partnership in energy and transport across the Mediterranean by Carlo Secchi, vice-president of ISPI.

24 January 2023
Fronteras, conflictos y seguridad en el Mediterráneo. El caso de la frontera hispanomarroquí

Fronteras, conflictos y seguridad en el Mediterráneo. El caso de la frontera hispanomarroquí

Aula Mediterrània article (in Spanish) by the professor Hassan Arabi (University Mohammed I, Morocco)

23 January 2023

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Educating in Diversity

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Agenda2030Med

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Media, Democracy and Diversity

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A Sea of Words. The Voice of Youths

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Prevention of Polarisation and Violent Extremism

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Events

Conference

09 Feb 2023
IEMed

Child Marriage and Human Rights: The Moroccan Case

Lecture by Dr. Salma El Ouazzani Chahdi Sendaoui, Adjunct lecturer, Faculty of Law at the Mohammed V University in Rabat, and Sònia Parella, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Coordinator of the Master’s, UAB.

Child Marriage and Human Rights: The Moroccan Case

Conference

16 Feb 2023
IEMed

Arab press freedom between external and internal pressures

Conference by Daoud Kuttab, journalist and general director of Community Media Network, moderated by Montserrat Arbós, professor and coordinator of the master's degree, Blanquerna-URL

Arab press freedom between external and internal pressures

Conference

23 Feb 2023
IEMed

Approaching sectarian identity politics and Middle East international relations in the first post-Arab Uprisings decade – a stocktaking

Lecture by Morten Valbjørn, associate professor at the Department of Political Sciences in Aarhus University, moderated by Jordi Quero, Coordinator and Professor of the Master’s at CEI/UB.

Approaching sectarian identity politics and Middle East international relations in the first post-Arab Uprisings decade – a stocktaking