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Towards Mutually Beneficial Migration Partnerships: Reviewing EU-Morocco Migration Cooperation beyond Existing Areas of Engagement

Towards Mutually Beneficial Migration Partnerships: Reviewing EU-Morocco Migration Cooperation beyond Existing Areas of Engagement

 

Presentation of EMM5-EuromeSCO Euromed Survey Results

July 21st, 2022 | 04.30 pm GMT+1 | Rabat, Morocco

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PROGRAM

Introduction

Mohamed Masbah: President, Moroccan Institute for Policy Analysis (MIPA)

Presentation of the results

Xavier Aragall:  Programme Manager of the Euromed Survey – IEMed

Alexis McLean: Project Officer EUROMED Migration V (EMM5) – ICMPD

Presentation: “Turning the Euro-Moroccan Tide: a Reappraisal of Migration Cooperation beyond Existing Areas of Engagements”

Nabil Ferdaoussi: Doctoral Research Fellow at HUMA-Institute for Humanities in Africa, University of Cape Town/ Associate Researcher at Center for Global Studies, Université Internationale de Rabat.

 

 

INFORMATION ABOUT THE SURVEY

The Moroccan Institute for Policy Analysis is pleased to host the launch of the EMM5-EuromeSCO Euromed Survey.

The European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed) within the framework of the project “EuroMeSCo Connecting the dots” and the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) within the project “EuroMed Migration 5”, carried out this survey to reflect on migration partnerships between the EU and Southern Mediterranean countries in line with the EU’s Joint Communication on a Renewed Partnership with the Southern Neighborhood and the New Pact on Migration and Asylum. It reflects priorities and viewpoints of the nine European Neighborhood Instrument Southern Partner Countries (ENI SPCs) thereby charting a path for an evidence-driven approach to partnership negotiations. The survey targeted respondents from Southern Mediterranean Countries, including policymakers, experts and civil society representatives. The results of the survey contain analytical articles that echo some specific results of the Survey. In the case of Morocco, there is a specific analysis written by Nabil Ferdaoussi (Associate Researcher Fellow at Center for Global Studies, Université Internationale de Rabat) focused on fostering migration cooperation beyond existing bilateral agreements.

 

 

 

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