12 December 2018, Mauritania. The GTMO 5+5 Ministerial Conference will take place in Mauritania on 12 December 2018. For more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgRead more
Access to affordable and sustainable housing is a global challenge growing fast in the Euro-Mediterranean region. Housing is at the core of the New Urban Agenda and is closely linked to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), as well as to human rights issues, with adequate housing being recognized as part of the right to anRead more
20-21 September 2018, Brussels. The first meeting of the UfM Thematic Working Group on Affordable and Sustainable Housing, which will take place in Brussels on 20-21 September 2018, is organized in coordination with the UfM Co-Presidency. It will bring together national focal points at technical line ministries of UfM Member States and participants from key regionalRead more
This regional project will create Smart City Innovation Centres in three Southern Mediterranean cities, namely Fes in Morocco, Tunis in Tunisia and Alexandria in Egypt, replicating the successful experience of the Nice Smart City Innovation Centre in France, with a view to developing smart urban services, and ultimately improving the quality of life of theRead more
Leipzig, 24 May 2018. The Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Side Event “Towards Ensuring Road Safety in the Euro-Mediterranean Region” organized in cooperation with the International Transport Forum (ITF) and the UN Secretary General Special Envoy for Road Safety today in Leipzig on the margins of the ITF Summit 2018, addressed pressing transport safety and security challenges in the region.
23-25 May, Leipzig.The increased number of road fatalities and the need to enhance road safety is a common challenge for both Northern and Southern Euro-Mediterranean countries. Despite the launch of some important initiatives in recent years, there is still room for collective efforts and more joint actions to be undertaken in order to effectively address this situation.Read more