#Med2021 - Agenda

MED Panels

LIBYA AT THE CROSSROADS. WHAT EUROPE AND THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY CAN DO

  in collaboration with ECFR and KAS   Despite the progress made since the October 2020 ceasefire agreement, in Libya authorities face a myriad of challenges as they try to knit a war-torn country back

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LEAVE NO ONE BEHIND: RE-SHAPING SOCIAL CONTRACT FOR AN INCLUSIVE POST-COVID 19 RECOVERY

The MENA region is facing a number of socio-economic challenges, which the Covid-19 pandemic has contributed to amplify, including increasingly high rates of youth unemployment, disruption in core health services, drops in household income, and poor business environment. These

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EU-SAHEL RENEWED COOPERATION: PROSPECTS FOR THE STABILIZATION OF THE REGION

  The Sahel is a crucial area where European and African interests largely converge. Since 2012, the region has been confronted with growing security challenges – including jihadist terrorism, illicit trafficking, and human smuggling – that have all negatively impacted its development. Furthermore, long-term trends

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BUILDING UP SUPPLY CHAINS’ RESILIENCY IN A POST PANDEMIC MEDITERRANEAN: REGIONAL TRADE, DIGITALIZATION AND TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION

  in collaboration with PMI   As the pandemic now appears to be on a slowly subsiding trajectory, its impact on international trade will be long-lasting. The closure of borders and the suspension of several

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CLOSING CEREMONY

  Welcome to the closing session of Rome MED 2021 MED – MEDITERRANEAN DIALOGUES is the annual high-level initiative promoted by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and ISPI (Italian Institute for International Political Studies) in Rome with

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GOVERNANCE IN CRISIS: WHAT FUTURE FOR SECURITY SECTOR INSTITUTIONS IN THE MENA REGION?

  This panel will provide the opportunity to discuss the main challenges and prospects regarding security sector governance in the MENA region by drawing upon the key findings of the report “Institutionalized (in)security? Exploring the

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