Rencontre Valmer: Employment and Social Protection in the MENA Region, Paving the Way for a New Social Contract
ETF UfM regional employability review 2012
Opening doors Gender Equality WB 2013
EDL – intervention de clôture AFD
Non-Public Provision of Active Labor Market Programs in ArabMediterranean Countries: An Inventory of Youth Programs
Un nouveau modèle de Développement pour le Maroc (fr)
Briefing Note No. 1 : Monitoring and Evaluation
Migration, Development and Evaluation: Where We Stand Today and Why, Frank Laczko, Head Migration Research Division, IOM, Geneva
Technica: Education without Borders
AFD Plan d'Actions 2013-2015
Managing Migration for Development and Employment, Roberta Gatti, World Bank
The Migration of MENA health workers
A Knowledge Platform on Migration and Global Development: A Global Public Good, Otaviano Canuto, Dilip Ratha, Hans Timmer , World Bank
World Bank Report - Jobs and Human Development 2013
Consultative workshop on draft report Program
Agenda - Regional Higher Education Event June 12-13 2014, Tunis
Samer Sfeir presentation for Youth Emp seminar
Synthèse: Étude sur le secteur et l'insertion professionnelle des lauréats de l'enseignement technique et de la formation professionnelle au Liban
ILO Best Practices For Integrating Entrepreneurship Education: Arab States Experience
Current Approaches to Migration Policy Evaluations, Laura Chappell, International Organization for Migration
Employment and Social Protection in the MENA Region
Reframing Europe’s Immigration Questions through an Urban Lens
Dec 16, 2014 / Blog entry
By Manjula Luthria* and Casey Weston**
This year’s European parliamentary elections revealed three important paradoxes in European migration dialogue. First, public discourse displayed egregious misalignment between popular perceptions of immigration and immigration realities. These unfounded perceptions of immigration’s impacts fueled the...
Against a Backdrop of Upheaval in Relations between both Sides of the Mediterranean: Tourism, Now More than Ever, Acts as a Driver of Integration, Closer Relations, Growth, Job Creation, and Environmental Protection
Nov 20, 2014 / Blog entry
By Agnès Levallois*
The desire to discuss tourism at the workshop organized jointly by the Provence Alpes-Côte-d'Azur Region and the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) could, at first glance, seem surprising, if not out of place, in view of the situation in several southern Mediterranean countries. However, nothing could be further from...
AFD and the European Union in support to Youth employment in Lebanon
Nov 04, 2014 / Highlight
More than 20 percent of youth in Lebanon is unemployed, and more than 40 percent of educated young people leave the country within five years after graduation. Lebanon, like many countries in the Mediterranean, suffers a severe mismatch of skills between demands of the market place and low quality of vocational education and training....
Looking Local: Migrant Labor Market Integration At An Urban Scale
Oct 29, 2014 / Blog entry
By Casey Weston*
European countries have designed a wide variety of national policies to improve the labor market integration of migrants. Migrant employment outcomes, however, seem uncorrelated to the intensity of these national-level strategies. On November 3rd, the World Bank/Center for Mediterranean Integration International Labor Mobility (...
ARABTERM: A new online technical dictionary in Arabic, English, French, and German
Sep 03, 2014 / Blog entry
By Guido Zebisch*
ARABTERM is a quadrilingual technical dictionary offering glossaries in German, English and French and especially, the translation of terms along with an illustrated definition in Arabic (www.arabterm.org). The project is jointly commissioned by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the...
Economic Transitions in the Mediterranean
Aug 04, 2014 / MDF
At the initiative of academics from both the Northern and Southern Mediterranean who are convinced that there is a common destiny for the nations and peoples of this region, a working group met to consider the transitions underway in the Arab nations. This initiative was launched in November 2013 and is facilitated by the Center for Mediterranean...
Welcoming Migrants: Cities offer a Beacon of Hope
Jun 02, 2014 / Blog entry
By Manjula Luthria*
When US-born 24-year old aspiring physician Ms. Nina Davuluri was crowned Miss America in September last year, she inspired a celebration of beauty, brains, ambition and America’s diversity. At the same time twitter exploded with angry tweets protesting the crowning of a “foreigner, terrorist, Miss 7-11.” In January this year...
Welcoming Migrants: Planning for Inclusion
Jun 02, 2014 / Blog entry
By Casey Weston*
Living in Marseille should give those of us working at the Center for Mediterranean Integration a unique perspective on the MENA region; after all, 20% of Marseille’s population is foreign-born, including many immigrants from MENA. In my particular neighborhood, tagines are more popular than ratatouilles, and “Salaam” more...