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Nov 11, 2021 / Report/Study
This brief focuses on the impact the Coronavirus pandemic has had on the financial support to universities and higher education institutions in selected South-Med countries (Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco). It outlines the financial impact on the ground, proposes recommendations and practical... more
Oct 11, 2021 / Report/Study
This brief explores the impact of the economic and social disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic on the living conditions of Syrian refugees residing in the Za’atari Refugee Camp - in Mafraq, northern Jordan - and on refugees residing within the Jordanian host communities -Ramtha, Mafraq, and... more
Sep 29, 2021 / Report/Study
The global pandemic has prompted a re-examination of existing development strategies for growth and development. The countries of the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean (SEMCs) have seen their development trajectories dimmed, and in order to provide for more sustainable and equitable income... more
Jul 29, 2021 / Report/Study
The present policy brief discusses cross-country cooperation opportunities in the area of human mobility and returns migration for South Mediterranean countries (Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Jordan, Israel, and Lebanon). The COVID-19 crisis, accompanied by travel restrictions and increased... more
Jun 02, 2021 / Report/Study
As current production and consumption patterns of humanity exceed planetary boundaries, many opinion leaders have stressed the need to adopt green economic stimulus policies in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. This brief summarises a study that developed an integrated framework to design an... more
May 25, 2021 / Report/Study
English    “Youth, Actors for Change: Rethinking Mobility” This paper aims to contribute to a new discourse – around education, employability, and mobility, to enable the youth to become drivers for change in the Mediterranean region – appealed for in the “Commitments for a New Ambition... more
May 11, 2021 / Video
Interviewed by Paco Doblas for Aragón Radio, CMI Manager, Blanca Moreno-Dodson, talks about the importance of the COVID-19 vaccine patent waivers, and calls for a faster vaccination in poorer countries. “Vaccination figures in poor countries are shameful and unacceptable; as long as there is one... more
Apr 21, 2021 / Report/Study
This policy brief investigates the vital role of data-driven decision-making in the response to the Covid-19 pandemic. It begins with setting the context by elaborating on existing practices and challenges towards a data-driven approach in decision making. The brief cites regional examples from the... more
Apr 20, 2021 / Video
Interviewed by Paco Doblas for Aragón Radio, CMI Manager, Blanca Moreno-Dodson, weighs that the COVID-19 crisis is not one about vaccination rather about strengthen the health systems of the poorer countries and enabling them to manufacture their own medicines and vaccines in the future.
Apr 14, 2021 / Report/Study
COVID-19 intensifies the urgency for a sustainability transition. The Paris Agreement, the UN Agenda 2030, and the European Green Deal make a priority the increase of renewable energy sources in the energy mix and the decarbonization of the economies. This energy transition will have a significant... more
Apr 07, 2021 / Report/Study
Summary: Against the background of the COVID-19 pandemic, this policy brief focuses on Virtual Exchange (VE), a methodology that can contribute to solving the current education and mobility challenges faced by South Mediterranean countries by enhancing the quality and inclusiveness of Higher... more
Mar 08, 2021 / Report/Study
This brief examines how the COVID-19 crisis has further aggravated gender inequality in the Southern Mediterranean region. Zooming in on socio-economic and social consequences, it highlights some gender-sensitive measures taken throughout the region to mitigate the impact for women. It argues that... more
Mar 08, 2021 / Report/Study
The COVID-19 pandemic, and the global lockdown that was put in place to control it, have resulted in the harshest economic crisis since the great depression. The crisis has caused a drastic decline in employment and wages worldwide and threatens to increase the number of people living in poverty... more

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