Localizing the Global Compacts: UN Experts Meeting
Jun 05, 2019 / Highlight
In December 2018, the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) and the Global Compact for Refugees (GCR), were adopted by UN Member States. Both Compacts acknowledge not only the national dimension of migration and responses to refugee crisis, but also the actions needed at regional and local level.
[HMLN Webinar] Local Economic Development in Host Communities: The case of Bethlehem, Palestine
May 14, 2019 / Highlight
Local Economic Development (LED) strategies are essential in forced displacement contexts. In presence of a rapid population growth following a displacement crisis, Local Economic Development (LED) strategies with a focus on attracting the local and refugee private sector could help cities benefit from the presence of displaced communities...
[Summit of the Two Shores - Youth, Education & Mobility Forum] CMI Advocates for a New Narrative on Education, Employability and Mobility
Apr 23, 2019 / Highlight
Background & Context
On 27th August 2018, French President Emmanuel Macron announced a Mediterranean summit penciled for 23rd and 24th June 2019 in Marseille, France: the Summit of the Two Shores of the Western Mediterranean. This high-level meeting will bring together Heads of State/Governments from the 5+5 Western Mediterranean Dialogue...
Morocco, France, Germany, Portugal, and Spain Agree to Foster Corporate Trade of Renewable Electricity Between Each Other
Feb 06, 2019 / Blog entry
The 5 countries have signed on December 20, 2018 in Brussels a joint declaration that lays out their plan to facilitate cross-border trade of renewable electricity from producers to corporate consumers.
At COP 22, France, Germany, Morocco, Portugal and Spain signed the SET (Sustainable Electricity Trade) Roadmap: a declaration that would...
HMLN Webinar on Local Economic Development in Host Communities: Concept Note and Agenda
[HMLN Webinar] Local Economic Development in Host Communities
Dec 19, 2018 / Highlight
To support local governments dealing with a high influx of forcibly displaced, the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) periodically organizes knowledge exchange, capacity building and learning activities for municipal representatives who are members of the Host Municipalities Learning Network (HMLN).
During the 3rd Annual Event...
Turning Labor Mobility into a Win-Win Deal – Young Moroccan Professionals Make it to The German Tourism Job Market
Oct 10, 2018 / Blog entry
The Economic Miracle of Women
Oct 08, 2018 / Library
Gender Equality is key for development in the Middle East and North Africa. Countries must bridge gender gaps to achieve their full potential. CMI Manager, Blanca Moreno-Dodson, shares the CMI’s vision for guaranteeing female inclusion in all sectors and introduces the stories of some of the most impressive women in the region who are...
CMI: Pour avoir un impact, l’approche régionale est essentielle
Oct 01, 2018 / Library
“Certains sujets ne peuvent être résolus que par des actions de politiques publiques régionales […], il faut travailler ensemble”, affirme Giulia Marchesini, senior partnership officer au Centre pour l'intégration en Méditerranée (CMI), interrogée par Acteurs Publics TV dans le cadre du congrès de Régions de France, à Marseille, jeudi 27 septembre...
Municipalities Exchange Knowledge on Hosting Refugees
Sep 12, 2018 / Blog entry
This article is based on interviews conducted during the CMI Training Workshop on Strategic Planning for Local Economic Development in Forced Displacement Contexts; Amman, Jordan; March 19-23, 2018.
Since 2016, local government representatives and members of the CMI-managed Host Municipalities Learning Network (HLMN) meet face-to-face or online...
Global Citizenship Education and the Rise of Nationalist Perspectives: Reflections and Possible Ways Forward
Aug 30, 2018 / Library
This paper by the United Nation Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization addresses violent and exclusionary forms of nationalism through the prism of Global Citizenship Education.
The University for Refugees: a Successful Model of Integration
Aug 23, 2018 / Blog entry
In a globalized and interconnected world, characterized by a technological revolution affecting all countries, and by a landmark event, involving Europe above all, which is linked to the largest migration in the history of mankind, the Universities must discover a new mission, a new role and a new function.
The problem of forced migrations...
[Regional Workshop] Integrating University and Private Sector Development: The Role of STP’s
Jun 28, 2018 / Highlight
Context and Theme
In a joint effort to promote a knowledge-based economy in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), the European Investment Bank (EIB), through the Centre for Mediterranean Integration (CMI), and the Islamic Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) organized, in cooperation with a local consortium...
Summary Report: Monitoring, Statistics, Indicator Building and Data Analysis for Members of the Libyan Observatory of Science, Technology and Innovation Indicators"
[Training Workshop] "Monitoring, Statistics, Indicator Building and Data Analysis for Members of the Libyan Observatory of Science, Technology and Innovation Indicators"
Jun 28, 2018 / Highlight
Context & Theme
Emanating from the wish of ALESCO to build and reinforce Arab capacity and expertise with regards to scientific observatories, 12 Members of the “Libyan Observatory of Science, Technology and Innovation Indicators" attended a training workshop in Tunisia.
The four days training was entitled “Monitoring, Statistics...
The Water Information Network System (WINS) : Sharing knowledge, Building Capacity, Connecting People
Strategies for Local Economic Development in Forced Displacement Contexts' Agenda
[Webinar] Strategies for Local Economic Development in Forced Displacement Contexts
Feb 07, 2018 / Highlight
Context and Rationale
Forced displacement is among the most pressing challenges in the Eastern Mediterranean region. As after six years of Syrian conflict, 92% of refugees reside outside camps. Their socio-economic inclusion with regards to access to labor and income is still insufficient and may limit their contributions to host economies as...
9th World Urban Forum - Agenda
Educating and Skilling a New Generation in MENA
Med Expertise, The impact of Creation and Dissemination of Indicators on the Learning Process
الدعوة إلى التجارب - استضافة اللاجئين: التنمية الاقتصادية المحلية للمجتمعات المضيفة
Sep 18, 2017 / Highlight
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يدعو مركز التكامل المتوسطي (CMI) إلى الاعتماد على التجارب حول التنمية الاقتصادية المحلية للمجتمعات التي تستضيف اللاجئين لنشر خلاصة وافية ثانية.
في إطار برنامج اللاجئين والمجتمعات المضيفة، وفي أعقاب حلقة العمل السنوية الثانية لشبكة تعلم البلديات المضيفة (مايو 2017)، سيضع...
TEMPLATE FOR SUBMISSION OF EXPERIENCES
[Call for Experiences] Hosting Refugees: Local Economic Development for Host Communities
Sep 18, 2017 / Highlight
لقراءة هذا المحتوى باللغة العربية
يمكنكم قراءة محتوى هذه الصفحة باللغة العربية بالنقر على هذا الرابط.
The Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) is calling for experiences on Local Economic Development (LED) for communities hosting refugees for the publication of its second Compendium.
In the framework of its Refugees and Host Communities...
First Forum of the Syrian International Business Association (SIBA)
Jul 24, 2017 / Highlight
The “Syrian Diaspora Business Forum”, held in Eschborn, Germany on February 2017 and organized by the World Bank in cooperation with CMI and other development partners, convened more than 100 regional and global stakeholders that represent Syrian diaspora community, multilateral Organizations, bilateral development institutions,...
Effective K-12 school Improvement Efforts
The Mediterranean Host Municipalities Learning Network
Sep 28, 2016 / Highlight
The high influx of refugees in the Eastern Mediterranean region continues to pose challenges to host local governments, as according to UNHCR the vast majority of Syrian refugees live in urban areas, with around only 8 per cent accommodated in refugee camps. Most of the refugees have limited financial resources and live in...
Building a University Governance Screening Card for MENA (and beyond)
University Governance Screening Card: Version 2 Launched in the Palestinian Territories
Apr 14, 2016 / Highlight
The World Bank and CMI organized the launch of the University Governance Screening (UGSC.V2.0) in the Palestinian Territories. The event convened members of the Higher Education Network, representatives from the Ministry of Higher education and local partner organizations. The UGSC.V2.0 is developed by the Higher Education Program to assess the...