EMNES Working paper 026 – Disentangling the impact of trade barriers on wages: evidence from the MENA region

EMNES Working paper 026 – Disentangling the impact of trade barriers on wages: evidence from the MENA region

29 November 2019
This paper proposes a comprehensive assessment of the effect of different trade barriers (tariffs, non-tariff measures and services restrictions) on wages in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. These disparities are studied in four dimensions: wage premiums, gender (males versus females…
“Clean Energy for all Europeans" Package: Implications and Opportunities for the Mediterranean

“Clean Energy for all Europeans" Package: Implications and Opportunities for the Mediterranean

29 November 2019
This briefing on the legislative package "Clean Energy for all Europeans" - CE4ALL explores various options for the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean countries to cooperate with European Union Member States. The focus of cooperation options is in the area of deploying renewable energy sources,…
meetMED report : Energy efficiency and renewable energy strategies and policies

meetMED report : Energy efficiency and renewable energy strategies and policies

28 November 2019
This meetMED report forms part of the initial activity of the project ‘Mitigation Enabling Energy Transition in the Mediterranean Region’ (meetMED) and focuses on the ‘Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Strategies and Policies’ implemented in the meetMED target countries: Algeria, Egypt, Jordan…
FEMISE Med BRIEF 27: Social Entrepreneurship to Alleviate Refugee Crisis in Jordan and Lebanon

FEMISE Med BRIEF 27: Social Entrepreneurship to Alleviate Refugee Crisis in Jordan and Lebanon

21 November 2019
In the face of an ongoing refugee crisis in Syria, the private sector has been increasingly involved in the quest to alleviate the situation. The present policy brief discusses the potential of one particular group of businesspeople, social entrepreneurs, to help relieve the situation of hundreds…
Euromesco Policy Brief n°100 - Riding the Cyber Wave: How Feminist Activism Develops Strategies against Gender-Based Violence

Euromesco Policy Brief n°100 - Riding the Cyber Wave: How Feminist Activism Develops Strategies against Gender-Based Violence

21 November 2019
In the past decade, social media has become a vital mode of activism against gender-based violence around the world and particularly in the Mediterranean region with the revolutionary moments in 2011. Naturally, there has been a noticeable focus since then on the role of social media in bringing…
MEDREG informative leaflet: Empowering Mediterranean regulators for a common energy future

MEDREG informative leaflet: Empowering Mediterranean regulators for a common energy future

21 November 2019
This brochure provides an overview of MEDREG, its membership, governance, mission, areas of work, network and latest reports. It highlights the association’s recent achievements and tries to demonstrate MEDREG’s unique position to foster Euro-Mediterranean energy market integration.
FEMISE Med BRIEF 26: ” Unequal Opportunities in Early Childhood in 6 Southern and Eastern Mediterranean countries”

FEMISE Med BRIEF 26: Unequal Opportunities in Early Childhood in 6 Southern and Eastern Mediterranean countries

18 November 2019
Early childhood is the most important period for human development. However, countries tend to under-invest in this phase of development, particularly in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Children face unequal opportunities to develop because of the circumstances of their birth. This…
Euromesco Policy Brief n°99 – Three steps in ensuring digital security of Egyptian activists abroad

Euromesco Policy Brief n°99 – Three steps in ensuring digital security of Egyptian activists abroad

18 November 2019
Throughout recent years under Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, Egyptian activists have faced numerous arrests for alleged online offenses, ranging from blasphemy to inciting protests or opposing the government. In August 2018, the final clampdown on online media has been enacted with a cybercrime law, signed…
European Union - Algeria

European Union - Algeria: a human-capital-based cooperation

14 November 2019
To mark the 24th edition of Algiers Book Salon, the European Union delegation in Algeria has published a brochure following the success stories of around ten beneficiaries of EU funded projects implemented as part of a multifaceted collaboration with Algeria. From the Kheïma des mille métiers…
“On the Insufficiencies and Dark Side of the Principle of Differentiated Bilateralism”

EuroMeSCo new paper: “On the Insufficiencies and Dark Side of the Principle of Differentiated Bilateralism”

12 November 2019
The EuroMeSCo network of think tanks has released a new paper entitled  “On the Insufficiencies and Dark Side of the Principle of Differentiated Bilateralism”. This paper is part of its activities of the project co-funded by the European Union and the European Institute of the Mediterranean called…