EuroMeSCo network welcomes four new Observers

The 2017 EuroMeSCo General Assembly, held in Barcelona on 31 May, saw the entry into the network of four new institutes. EuroMeSCo would like to welcome its new members:


Center for Public Policy and Democracy Studies – PODEM, Turkey

European Neighbourhood Policy Chair, College of Europe, Natolin Campus, Poland

Institute for Development and International Relations – IRMO, Croatia

Peace Research Institute Frankfurt – PRIF, Germany

Support for mobility among researchers of EuroMeSCo members

In January 2017 the IEMed and EuroMeSCo have launched a new program "Support for mobility among researchers of EuroMeSCo members" whose objective is to promote the mobility of researchers affiliated to the member institutes of the network. The program is funded from IEMed´s proper funds. Following the first call for proposals submitted under this programme, it was decided that IEMed and EuroMeSCo would support the organization of the following workshops:


  • Security Sector Reform in the Southern Neighborhood, held in Brussels on 19 May, organized by European Union Institute for Security Studies
  • The Trump Administration and the Mediterranean: What to Expect, What to Advise, to be held in Genoa on 14-16 June, organised by German Marshall Fund
  • From Democratic Transition to Democracy Learning: towards a paradigmatic turn in Democratization Studies, to be held in Rabat on 28-30 September, organized by Centre for Studies and Research in Social Sciences


EuroMeSCo reaffirms its position among 10 best think tank networks in the world

EuroMeSCo has been ranked number 9 best think tank network in the world, according to the University of Pennsylvania Global Go To Think Tank Index Report for 2016.

Read the Global Go To Think Tank Report

The impact of think tanks on Euro-Mediterranean policies

The main network of think tanks on policy and security in the Mediterranean, EuroMeSCo, held a workshop at the IEMed (Barcelona) with representatives of European institutions dedicated to external action. The aim was to share the perspectives of the European institutions for the Euro-Mediterranean agenda and to discuss how think tanks influence the definition of appropriate Euro-Mediterranean policies.




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