Spain, Italy, Portugal and Mediterranean Dialogue
The Madrid office seeks to strengthen cooperation and political dialogue between representatives from political parties, scientific institutions and civil society organisations from Spain, Italy, Portugal, Germany and the European sphere. We are committed to help contribute to solutions to specific regional challenges in Southern Europe and highlight best practices from this ever more important region for the European integration process. It also seeks to develop a new approach to interregional cooperation in the Mediterranean. With partner organisations, we are developing a liberal approach to geostrategic demands and opportunities in the Mare Nostrum.
Education and training today for tomorrow's partnerships
Education has become one of the most important structural spaces for the shaping of a new society. In the second edition of the EUROMENA Show, promoted with the support of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation and in collaboration with Casa Árabe, the different challenges to which society will be exposed in both the short and medium term were discussed, including the challenge of education as a basic tool for social change.
The World Health Organisation says vaccination is one of the most affordable health solutions
The World Health Organisation has stated that vaccination is one of the most cost-effective health interventions available. Efficient vaccination programmes provide protection and save millions of people from illness, disability and death; however, they also have the power to control and even eradicate disease.
On June 29 the EURO-MENA-SHOW will be held, an online event that seeks to strengthen Mediterranean ties and in which we will reflect on the past in order to create the future we would like to see for the region.
Ceuta: A new El Dorado?
Recently, migration has once again been the center of attention on the European political agenda. In May, 8.000 people entered Ceuta, crossing the border in just one day. On this occasion, the focus was on the large number of unaccompanied minors and young people who were part of the groups of migrants aiming to reach Europe through the border crossing.
Human Rights in Italy
A heated debate about homophobia and transphobia has been smoldering in Italy for months, dividing politics and society. The dispute is ignited by the so-called "Zan Law".
RE:START for Italy - Recovery Plan as Turning Point?
Italy's Prime Minister Draghi wants to put the beleaguered country back on track for growth with an ambitious plan. The roughly 200 billion euros from the EU's Corona aid package offer a unique opportunity to modernise the country. But doubts remain. Carlo Stagnaro of the Instituto Bruno Leoni analyses why in an interview.
Rule of Law and Security: Two sides of the same coin?
Rule of Law and Security - was the main topic of a debate which brought together high-level speakers such as Sonia Alda Mejías, Researcher and Director of the Observatory of Illicit Trafficking and Criminal Networks of the Elcano Royal Institute; Andrea García Rodríguez, Researcher at the Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB) and Sebastian Vagt, Director of the FNF Morocco and Algeria Office.