Robust Identification as the Foundation for the Efficient Administration of SP Programs
Social Protection in MENA: key features and challenges
Comprehensive Mechanisms to Develop, Coordinate Implementation and Deliver Social Protection Floors
Foundation of a System: Introduction (social) Registries
Panel on Young People, Climate Change and Solutions
Jul 03, 2015 / Library
In the context of the MEDCOP21 Mediterranean Climate Summit, the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) organized a panel where young people showcased their solutions to climate change. This event was held with support from the European Investment Bank and in media partnership with France Médias Monde group.
Why Does Europe Import Pineapples, But Not Solar Energy?
Jul 02, 2015 / Blog entry
By: Jonathan Walters* and Silvia Pariente-David*
Let’s imagine a strange conversation, between Mr. Protection and Ms. Solar. So we can try and understand why Europe imports no solar energy from sunny places, but all of its pineapples.
Ms. Solar: “I don’t understand. North Africa is thirty percent sunnier than...
Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) Newsletter #14 [June 2015]
Synthèse de l’atelier régional sur la Gestion de la Demande en Eau (GDE) en Méditerranée
Inter-sectoral Water Allocation
4th Regional Workshop on WDM – Synthesis
2nd Mediterranean Water Forum - Liste des participants
Instruments for Groundwater Management
Promoting Sustainable Water Management in the Mediterranean
Jun 30, 2015 / Highlight
As part of the 2nd Mediterranean Water Forum, held in Murcia, Spain from 25 to 27 November 2014, the French Development Agency (AFD) and Plan Bleu organized the 4th Regional Forum on Water Demand Management (WDM).
About a hundred of policymakers, specialists and water services operators from 12 Mediterranean countries, including partners...
Territory‐scaled information and awareness raising
Economic tools for Water Demand Management
Water Demand Management: Spanish Experience
A decision-making support guide for local authorities
Water Demand Management: From Zaragoza to Murcia
Gestion de la Demande en Eau au Maroc
CMI program on Water Demand Management
Water Demand Management: Mediterranean context
Highlighting the Role of Local Authorities in the Rehabilitations of Medinas
Jun 23, 2015 / Highlight
June 4-5, 2015, Tunis, Tunisia
In the framework of the Medinas 2030 initiative, the CMI, EIB, AFD, CDC, in collaboration with l’Association de Sauvegarde de la Médina de Tunis, Municipality of Tunis, Organization of World Heritage Cities for Africa and the Middle East, and the Heritage and Historical Arab Cities Foundation, organized 2...
International Portability of Social Benefits for Migrants
Jun 23, 2015 / Highlight
June 15, 2015 – Marseille, France
The International Labor Mobility Program team organized a discussion group on “International Portability of Social Benefits for Migrants.” The objective of the meeting was to gather experts for a final consultation on the bilateral social security agreements (BSSAs) report before its formal...
When Can Work Performed By Women Become A Factor In Their Empowerment? - Women’s Access to Quality Employment in Morocco, Tunisia, And Turkey
Jun 23, 2015 / Library
The employment of women in Morocco, Tunisia and Turkey is not necessarily equated with financial, social and/or political empowerment. Though the three countries share striking similarities as regards the unfavourable professional situation of women within them, significant regional ...
Atlas des villes portuaires du sud et de l’est de la Méditerranée - Partie I : Etat des lieux
Synthèse : Atlas des villes portuaires du sud et de l’est de la Méditerranée
Economic Transitions in the Mediterranean: Response to the European Union Consultation for Defining a New European Southern Neighbourhood Policy
Jun 18, 2015 / Highlight
The CMI has responded to the European Union consultation for the defining of a new European Southern Neighbourhood Policy.
At the initiative of intellectuals from the two sides of the Mediterranean who are convinced that there is a common destiny uniting the nations and peoples of this region, a working group met to reflect on the transitions...
Launch of a Joint Initiative on Urban Migrant Inclusion in Policy and Practice
Jun 09, 2015 / Highlight
May 8, 2015, Toronto, Canada
The CMI, the World Bank, Ryerson Global Diversity Exchange, and the Bertelsmann Foundation organized a launch of a joint initiative entitled “Opening Doors and Minds: Urban Migrant Inclusion in Policy and Practice.” The initiative will result in a publication tackling migration issues from policy...
High Level Seminar: Banking Supervision and Financial Stability in Euro-Mediterranean Countries
Jun 01, 2015 / Highlight
A key lesson of the global financial crisis is the need for central banks and supervisory authorities to better integrate a macro perspective into regulatory and supervisory policies. Financial stability not only depends on effective micro-prudential regulation and supervision but also on the macro-financial context: the risks around...