Summary - Science and Technology Parks Regional Workshop
Phase 1 Report (part 1) - Urban risk assessment and climate change adaptation in Algiers
Medinas 2030 - Way Forward
Enhancing the Rights of Migrants
Background Note - NIS Workshop
Thematic workshop – Coastal erosion
The Migration of MENA health workers
Climate change and Migration: Evidence from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) - Minutes of the Meeting
Executive Summary - Phase 1 Report - Urban Risk Assessment and Climate Change Adaptation in Algiers (Caisse des Dépôts/CMI) (French only)
Building effective behind the border systems
Thematic workshop – Urban vulnerabilities
Agenda - Climate Change and Migration: Evidence from the Middle East and North Africa
The potential for EU-MENA labor arbitrage The migration of MENA health workers Building effective behind the border systems Making Bilateral Labor Agreements work
Quality Assurance Developments in Egypt
Making Bilateral Labor Agreements work
Cost of Non Integration in Maghreb
Urbanization Planning Connecting Financing Report 2013
Arab Youth Initiative Agenda, 6-7 November, 2013
Thematic Workshop - Flooding
Summary Note - IPR Workshop
Phase 2 Report- Urban risk assessment and climate change adaptation in Algiers
Newly released World Bank study on Climate Change in MENA
Sep 05, 2014 / Highlight
New World Bank study
Do households living in climate-affected areas in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region believe that changes in climate patterns and their environment are taking place? Have households been affected by extreme weather events, and in that case to what extent and which events have had the largest impact? What are the...
International Labor Mobility
Apr 01, 2014 / Program
The World Bank.
Key partners: National Agency for the Promotion of Employment and Skills (ANAPEC), Moroccan Ministry of Labor, German Federal Enterprise for International Cooperation (GIZ), Maytree Foundation.
Other partners: French Ministry of Finance, French Employment Agency, Tunisian Ministry of Foreign Affairs,...
A Question of Equilibrium
Apr 01, 2014 / Blog entry
This article is the first in a 3 part blog series on brain drain in the context of international labour mobility. Its aim is to question the conventional wisdom and help devise win-win solutions to age old problems.
By Manjula Luthria*
On our drive home from a recent trip to the ski slopes we decided to add a bit of education to the vacation...
Movers and Shakers
Jan 16, 2014 / Highlight
In its second Movers & Shakers piece, the International Labor Mobility (ILM) program asks Lant Pritchett for his thoughts on how the migration agenda might be moved forward and what misconceptions we need to shake off to do so. Pritchett draws inspiration from other successful development movements and cautions against the drive for perfection...
Workshop on Patents and Structural Intangibles in the Mediterranean
Dec 23, 2013 / Highlight
The European Investment Bank, in its role as lead of the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) programme “Innovation Capacities”, organised a workshop on the development of Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) in the Southern Mediterranean on the 7th of June, 2013 in Paris. This workshop was part of the annual “World Conference on Intellectual...
Marking International Migrants Day
Dec 18, 2013 / Highlight
On December 18th, the UN invites us "to observe International Migrants Day through the dissemination of information on the human rights and fundamental freedoms of migrants, and through the sharing of experiences and the design of actions to ensure their protection.” To that end, the International Labor Mobility (ILM) Program commemorates...
Global Talent Competitiveness Index Launch
Dec 13, 2013 / Highlight
In today's global economic climate, no-one wants to focus on the issue of migration. The topic is politically fraught, socially contentious, and technically challenging. But it is also one of the more promising options for boosting shared prosperity by productively employing young and mobile workers to meet the growing demands of ageing...