factsheet 2017 tunisia

Opinion Poll 2017 Palestine (factsheet)

14 December 2017
Two-thirds of Palestinians say they have good relations with EU, poll finds Two-thirds of Palestinians feel their country has good relations with the European Union, and as many say EU support contributes a lot to development in the country, with 87% saying EU financial support is effective. These…
factsheet 2017 lebanon

Opinion Poll 2017 - Lebanon (factsheet)

14 December 2017
Lebanese feel their country has good relations with the EU, new poll finds Most Lebanese feel their country has good relations with the European Union, and that the EU has a positive influence on socio-economic development, with 88% saying EU financial support to the country is effective – just…
FEMISE MED BRIEF no1 : Twin Deficits and the Sustainability of Macroeconomic Policies

FEMISE MED BRIEF no1 : Twin Deficits and the Sustainability of Macroeconomic Policies

07 December 2017
FEMISE is launching its new Policy Brief series MED BRIEF aspiring to provide Forward Thinking for the EuroMediterranean region. This policy brief looks at the issue of fiscal and macroeconomic sustainability in the European Union’s (EU) countries of Greece, Ireland, Italy, Portugal and Spain and a…
Micro, Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Development in Egypt, Jordan, Morocco & Tunisia: Structure, Obstacles and Policies

Micro, Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Development in Egypt, Jordan, Morocco & Tunisia: Structure, Obstacles and Policies

05 December 2017
The study provides a snap shot of the current status quo in Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia regarding the development of their private sectors, with a focus on micro, small and medium enterprises. It will be used as a baseline for the definition of a robust research agenda that ultimately aims…
ICMPD Policy Brief - What are the protection concerns for migrants and refugees in Libya?

ICMPD Policy Brief - What are the protection concerns for migrants and refugees in Libya?

28 November 2017
This Policy Brief assesses the main protection concerns affecting migrants in Libya and migrants transiting through Libya to the EU. The protection concerns identified include: death; torture; physical violence; sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV); kidnapping for ransom; extortion; exploitation…
UfM Climate Finance Study – Final report

UfM Climate Finance Study – Final report

28 November 2017
Climate-resilient infrastructure, and particularly its financing, is fundamental to tackle climate change. In this regard, the UfM Secretariat has commissioned the first regional study on climate finance to provide a clear overview of the funding flows for climate action initiatives in the region.…
UNIDO technical paper

UNIDO technical paper: A study on women entrepreneurship development in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia

21 November 2017
A study on female entrepreneurship in six MENA countries was conducted within the framework of the activities planned for the project entitled “Promoting women’s empowerment for Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development”, implemented by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization…
NET-MED Youth discussion paper : Survey on Youth and Media in Palestine

NET-MED Youth discussion paper : Survey on Youth and Media in Palestine

13 November 2017
NET-MED Youth has published a discussion paper entitled “Survey on Youth and Media in Palestine” in partnership with the Arab World for Research and Development (AWRAD). The purpose was to understand the perception of Palestinian youth of national and regional media, and to think of ways to…
EMNES study: Trade flows and the impact of EU-Med trade and investment agreements on Euro-Med countries

EMNES study: Trade flows and the impact of EU-Med trade and investment agreements on Euro-Med countries

13 November 2017
Euro-Mediterranean Network for Economic Studies (EMNES) has published a new study on Trade and investment in the Mediterranean. The Southern Mediterranean region is economically closely linked to the EU. Both regions have sought to tighten this relationship via preferential trade agreements. Along…
FEMISE research paper : Potential Accession to the Revised WTO Government Procurement Agreement: The Cases of Egypt and Turkey

FEMISE research paper : Potential Accession to the Revised WTO Government Procurement Agreement: The Cases of Egypt and Turkey

06 November 2017
Government procurement concerns how public authorities spend taxpayers’ money on goods, services and infrastructure. In each country public procurement is typically governed at the national level by setting rules that try to balance a number of goals. Of these goals, transparency, non-…