Social Cohesion and Integration of Refugees with Local Communities
Apr 01, 2020 / Blog entry
Social activities are an essential starting point for a successful integration of Syrian refugees in the host community. This project aims to strengthen communication among all parties to help refugees achieve social stability and mitigate the impact of the economic crisis, as well as help members of the host community to accept and support...
Drought and water scarcity management for agricultural sector’s sustainability: The best lessons from Med-MENAT countries
Cewas Entrepreneurship Hackathon
Water, climate change and migration: Nexus challenges
Water and Circular Economy (Entrepreneurship)
The Marchica lagoon area in the context of Climate Change: Exploring Adaptation & Mitigation Policies
Water Saving Food and Feed Technologie: A Circular Economy Model in a Changing Climate
Evaluating Agricultural Strategies in Response to Drought: Case Studies in the Mediterranean Region (Morocco, Jordan, and Palestine)
[Agenda] World Water Day on Water and Climate Change
Solutions for water scarcity & drought in the MENA region
ception, attitude and behavior in relation to climate change: A survey among young people of Palestine
Mediterranean Youth Climate Heroes Contest
Mar 19, 2020 / Highlight
The purpose of this contest is to select about 50 youth from the Mediterranean region and invite them to participate in a Mediterranean Youth Forum on Climate Change organized by the Centre for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) and its technical partners. This Forum will take place in the summer of 2020 in a Mediterranean...
Special Edition | CMI Newsletter #54 | February 2020
She Too is a Development Hero: Women Make Change Happen in Host Municipalities across MENA and Turkey
Mar 10, 2020 / Blog entry
The empowerment of Refugee women and their self-reliance is increasingly at the center of development programs in local governments hosting forcibly displaced persons in Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Turkey target. How about those women who develop such municipal programs and deal with women’s inclusion while being women themselves?
España se incorpora al centro para la integración del mediterráneo (CMI)
Spain Joins the CMI as Its Newest Member
Mar 09, 2020 / Highlight
Alberto Moreno Humet, Consul General of Spain in Marseille and Blanca Moreno-Dodson, CMI Manager
The CMI and the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) establishing the membership of Spain in the Center for Mediterranean Integration.
This new membership crystallizes a...
CMI Mediterranean Forced Displacement & Migration Newsletter – Issue #18 - (EN/AR)
Youth, Mobility and Employability in the Mediterranean
[Youth E-conference] World Water Day on Water and Climate Change
Feb 24, 2020 / Highlight
Due to the evolving situation of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the growing health concerns related to this virus as well the logistics complications that we currently globally face as a result of this health epidemic, the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) have decided to adapt the 2020 World Water Day to a virtual format...
CMI Newsletter #53 | December 2019 - January 2020
Mediterranean Water Knowledge Program
The Meaning of Mediterranean Integration Today: Beyond Trade, New Linkages and Towards Deeper Integration
Flagship report Mobility in The Mediterranean: Forced Displacement, Migration and Human Capital
CMI’s 11th Annual Meeting: Partnership for Knowledge, Knowledge for Action
Feb 12, 2020 / Highlight
Paris, France, 04 February: The CMI held its eleventh annual meeting with the presence of high-level representatives of its member countries as well as its partner organizations. The meeting, chaired by the world bank's Chief Economist for the MENA region, Rabah Arezki, gave an overview of the CMI work throughout the year and highlighted through...
[2019 Results] Resilience to Climate Change: Energy
[2019 Results] Resilience to Forced Displacement
[2019 Results] Territorial Resilience
[2019 Results] Resilience to Climate Change: Water
[2019 Results] Human Capital: Education, Labor Mobility and Employability
SADA Women’s Development and Solidarity Center
Feb 11, 2020 / Blog entry
SADA Women’s Development and Solidarity Center’s overall goal is to support the social and economic stabilization of refugee women, and to contribute to their self-reliance and ability to co-exist with women from the host community by creating a women-only center that provides services to Syrian and host community women.
Lead Authority or...