Estadísticas de la UE. CDE Universitat de València

La Comisión Europea ha incrementado en más del doble el número de subvenciones de educación y enseñanza puestas a disposición de los jóvenes y el personal universitario de los países que participaron en los levantamientos de la denominada «Primavera Árabe» en el norte de África y en Oriente Medio. A través de Erasmus Mundus, la versión internacional del programa Erasmus de la Comisión Europea de intercambio de estudiantes y personal, van a financiarse otras 559 becas destinadas a los países del Mediterráneo meridional, además de las 525 que ya se habían previsto para el periodo 2011-2012. Los receptores de las becas podrán realizar una parte de sus estudios, su investigación o su periodo de enseñanza en la Unión Europea. La Comisión está incrementando su financiación para la concesión de subvenciones a fin de fomentar las oportunidades de aprendizaje y formación de unas personas que se consideran clave para reforzar la democracia en la región. Estas medidas forman parte de la respuesta estratégica de la UE a la «Primavera Árabe» (véase MEMO/11/918). (RAPID, IP/11/1558, 16.12.2011)

CoverPocketbook on Euro-Mediterranean statistics. 2011 edition
This pocketbook on Euro-Mediterranean statistics presents a series of key statistical data for nine non-EU Mediterranean partners (Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, occupied Palestinian territory, Syria and Tunisia) and comparative EU aggregates. The publication of tables, graphics and associated methodological notes follows key themes: economy, demography, labour force, education, living conditions, external trade in goods, energy, tourism, agriculture, transport and environment. [+]

Euromed +15. New paths of cooperation across the Mediterranean
IEMed. Monografías Mediterráneas, número 9

CoverOn the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the Barcelona Declaration, the EuroMeSCo network and the European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed) have jointly organised the 2010 Annual EuroMeSCo Conference in Barcelona. This volume contains the edited speeches delivered at the conference, in which distinguished experts and practitioners were convened to debate the future of Euro-Mediterranean politics in the light of the on-going institutional changes within the European Union and the new geopolitical context.
The framework established by the Barcelona Process is now divided into two different strands: the bilateral track represented by the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) and the new multilateral forum of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM). These have so far followed different trajectories and while the ENP, despite the unsatisfactory results, is a project in motion, the UfM has yet to take off. The European Union now has the opportunity to achieve more coherence and effectiveness in its Mediterranean policy in the wake of the adoption of the Treaty of Lisbon, but new geopolitical challenges lie ahead. New actors have started to play a role in the region, opening the way for either a more cooperative environment or for the clash of conflicting interests.
In this panorama of opportunities and constraints, the UfM has yet to find its own identity and purpose. To overcome the obstacles posed by a number of still unresolved regional conflicts, the UfM is striving to recast its role as a “Union of Projects”, promoting a pragmatic approach focused on pivotal sectors and the building of infrastructure. [+]

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