What policy communication works for migration? Using values to depolarise

What policy communication works for migration? Using values to depolarise

07 August 2020
Studies of communication regarding migration have overwhelmingly focused on negative or unrepresentative portrayals of migrants in media, which are argued to often be hyperbolic in order to garner additional readers or viewers, or by political actors using such frames for strategic electoral…
EUPOL COPPS newsletter – July 2020

EUPOL COPPS newsletter – July 2020

07 August 2020
The European Union Police and Rule of Law Mission has published the latest edition of its newsletter. In this issue: the foreword by Kauko Aaltomaa EUPOL COPPS Head of Mission; EUPOL COPPS delivers equipment to its rule of law partners in June to assist them in their fight against Covid-19; EUPOL…
Vocational education and training in Libya – Facts and figures

Vocational education and training in Libya – Facts and figures

07 August 2020
A series of workshops with various Libyan institutions, led by the European Training Foundation (ETF) and backed by the Libyan Ministry of Education in 2018, to discuss the state of the vocational education and training (VET) system has contributed to a detailed report. The situation on the ground…
IEMed article - New Power Struggles in the Mediterranean

IEMed article - New Power Struggles in the Mediterranean

07 August 2020
Twenty-five years after the Barcelona Declaration and the launch of the Euro-Mediterranean partnership, the European Union is facing an exceptional situation in its Mediterranean southern neighbourhood. Although it was already facing enormous challenges such as migration management and the ongoing…
Anna Lindh Foundation quarterly e-magazine n°5 – July 2020

Anna Lindh Foundation quarterly e-magazine n°5 – July 2020

07 August 2020
This issue provides information on recent activities, developments and events that took place in the period from February to May 2020.
Artists abroad - i-Portunus, the EU’s First Mobility Scheme for Culture

Artists abroad - i-Portunus, the EU’s First Mobility Scheme for Culture

07 August 2020
i-Portunus was a short-term pilot project, selected and funded by the Creative Europe Programme (CEP) of the European Union, to trial a mobility scheme in 41 countries for A&CP (Artists and Culture Professionals) active in the Performing or Visual Arts. It was the first time the CEP put in…
PASA Algeria newsletter n°2

PASA Algeria newsletter n°2

31 July 2020
The EU-funded PASA Algeria (the Support programme to the Agricultural Sector) has issued the latest edition of its newsletter. This issue covers the period March – June 2020 and informs about the activities implemented during this period.
Greenbuilding newsletter n°1

Greenbuilding newsletter n°1

31 July 2020
The Greenbuilding team has published the first newsletter of the project. The newsletter introduces the readers to the project, funded by the European Union under the ENI CBC Med Programme that brings together seven organizations from five Mediterranean countries, Greece, Spain, Lebanon, Tunisia…
IEMed article : Lebanon in freefall

IEMed article : Lebanon in freefall

31 July 2020
Poverty, unemployment and government incompetence sparked generalized protests against the government and the entire political class in Lebanon in mid-October 2019. On October 29, the protests claimed their first victim. Saad Hariri announced his resignation as prime minister. And although the…
Euromesco Joint Policy Study 16 - The Role of China in the Middle East and North Africa. Beyond Economic Interests?

Euromesco Joint Policy Study 16 - The Role of China in the Middle East and North Africa. Beyond Economic Interests?

31 July 2020
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) has traditionally been rather peripheral to China’s interests. However, since the early 2000s, with fast-growing energy demand in the country and launch of the “global war on terrorism”, the region has increasingly been on Beijing’s radar. With the launch of…