9th World Urban Forum – Side Event: Migration and Inclusive Cities: Challenges and Opportunities for Local Governments in the Arab Region
Jan 17, 2018 / Highlight
People have been increasingly moving into cities, voluntarily seeking new economic opportunities or escaping forcibly from mounting political conflicts or unprecedented natural disasters. Associated with this development is the overwhelming demand for affordable urban housing, adequate jobs, quality health care, education...
Shared Resilience for Syrian Refugees and Host Communities in Jordan
Securing Status: Syrian Refugees and the Documentation of Legal Status, Identity and Family Relationships in Jordan
Agenda: Strengthening Social Cohesion in Mediterranean Host Municipalities
Framing Notes: Strengthening Social Cohesion in Mediterranean Municipalities Hosting Refugees
Concept Note: Strengthening Social Cohesion in Mediterranean Host Municipalities
Peer-to-Peer Learning Workshop: Strengthening Social Cohesion in Municipalities Hosting Refugees
Oct 19, 2016 / Highlight
Context and Rationale
Following the exchanges from the Peer to Peer learning workshop “Mediterranean Municipalities at the Forefront of the Refugee Crisis” which took place in Amman May 30-June 1st, 2016, the Center for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) launched a Host Municipalities Learning Network in September 2016. Within the framework of this...
Peer-to-Peer Learning Field Visit on Solid Waste Management for Communities Hosting Refugees
Peer-to-Peer Learning for Host Municipalities on Solid Waste Management
Oct 06, 2016 / Highlight
A webinar will be provided, if you would like to participate register here and will get back to you with our availabilities.
Context and Rationale
Following the exchanges during the Peer to Peer learning workshop “Mediterranean Municipalities at the Forefront of the Refugee Crisis” which took place in Amman May 30-June 1st, 2016, the Center...
Rapport du forum – L’employabilité des jeunes au Liban : le rôle de la formation professionnelle et de l’entrepreneuriat
Urban Mobility in Mediterranean Cities: Feedback & Perspectives
Jul 31, 2015 / Highlight
The program « Sustainable Urban Transport » of the CMI, coordinated and funded by the AFD, that delegated implementation to CODATU, started in 2010 with an inaugural conference in Damascus (Syria).
In its first phase the program activity has consisted mainly in the organization of regional seminars and thematic workshops (Damascus, 2010,...
Qui paie quoi en matière de transport urbain ? Guide de bonnes pratiques
Jul 31, 2015 / Library
Le présent “Guide de bonnes pratiques de financement du transport urbain” met en relief, sans prétendre à l’exhaustivité, des expériences significatives de mobilisation des principales possibilités de financement du secteur. Il s’agit ainsi de fournir une base de référence à tout décideur, du Sud comme du Nord, qui serait amené à participer à la...
Facing Water Scarcity in the Mediterranean
Jul 31, 2015 / Library
Pressure on water resources has reached critical levels in many countries in the Mediterranean Basin. Sophisticated water mobilization strategies have been implemented but physical, financial and environmental constraints linked to such supply-side approach demonstrate that better management of already mobilized water is necessary. Acting upon...
Promoting Sustainable Water Management in the Mediterranean
Jun 30, 2015 / Highlight
As part of the 2nd Mediterranean Water Forum, held in Murcia, Spain from 25 to 27 November 2014, the French Development Agency (AFD) and Plan Bleu organized the 4th Regional Forum on Water Demand Management (WDM).
About a hundred of policymakers, specialists and water services operators from 12 Mediterranean countries, including partners...
Territory‐scaled information and awareness raising
Economic tools for Water Demand Management
Synthèse de l’atelier régional sur la Gestion de la Demande en Eau (GDE) en Méditerranée
Inter-sectoral Water Allocation
4th Regional Workshop on WDM – Synthesis
2nd Mediterranean Water Forum - Liste des participants
Instruments for Groundwater Management
CMI program on Water Demand Management
Water Demand Management: Mediterranean context
Water Demand Management: Spanish Experience
A decision-making support guide for local authorities
Water Demand Management: From Zaragoza to Murcia
Gestion de la Demande en Eau au Maroc
Dismantling Mediterranean Myths: Status of Arab Women
Apr 07, 2015 / Library
“Dismantling Mediterranean Myths” is the Center for Mediterranean Integration’s new blog series. Using facts and statistics, it confronts misconceptions about the region. By opening up barriers, the series hopes to reframe, refresh and advance the thinking on Mediterranean issues.
This issue focuses on the myth of Arab women’s status and is...