4, 5 and 6 March 2013, the Polibienestar Institute of the University of Valencia (Spain) and the CVI (Instituto Valenciano of the isle) organized a three-day meeting GOUV'AIRNANCE project. The first day was an opportunity to share in a public meeting, bringing together more competent persons for air quality, from Valencia, Marseille (France), Tripoli (Lebanon) and Aqaba (Jordan).
The next two days were spent at the meeting of the Steering Committee of GOUV'AIRNANCE project and helped to present the progress of the project in the areas concerned.Learn more
The Mediterranean Institute occupies a leading position in all Europe's Mediterranean economic and spatial analysis.
In economic analysis, the network FEMISE is the Euro-Mediterranean network of independent economic institutes for economic analysis of the Barcelona Process. It now has over 70 members (research institutes in economics), representing the 27 partners of the Barcelona Process. Supported by the European Commission (DG External Relations) within the framework of the MEDA regional program, FEMISE is co-hosted by the Institute of the Mediterranean (France) and the Economic Research Forum (Egypt).
The Mediterranean Institute supports its founding members in achieving their Mediterranean territorial strategies: it designs projects, identify funding and contribute to the achievement of their strategic territorial cooperation projects.
The Institute has acted as coordinator of transnational territorial cooperation projects AMAT, ICP RM, C2M and I2C.
At the request of the State (DIACT), the Institute has designed and built the "regional strategy" of MEDISDEC-STRATMED project pane. It was in this context, the prospective study prospectively developed "Mediterranean 2030".Learn more
Function to support regional cooperation projects rests Mediterranean strategies put in place by the founding members. These are projects conducted at the request of members of the Institute as part of their Mediterranean policy for which the Institute is involved in support or in project management. The Institute of the Mediterranean and supports its founding members in achieving their Mediterranean territorial strategies: it designs projects, identify funding and contribute to the achievement of their strategic territorial cooperation projects.
The Institute has acted as coordinator transnational of territorial cooperation projects under the INTERREG program (AMAT, ICP RM, C2M, I2C, MEDISDEC-STRATMED).Learn more
The Mediterranean Institute also aims to support players Marseille area as major players in the political and institutional Euro-Mediterranean system.
The Mediterranean Institute has actively contributed to the creation and installation of new Marseille cooperation agencies: the Mediterranean Integration Center and the Office of Economic Cooperation in the Mediterranean and Eastern countries ( OCEMO). In 2008, 2009, The Datar asked the Institute of the Mediterranean to conduct a feasibility study and foreshadowing of a "Mediterranean Agency for sustainable cities and territory."
Requested by the State and the PACA region, the Institute has contributed to the development of French proposals for MED and European Neighbourhood program component "Mediterranean Sea Basin" 2007-2013. The Institute has supported the PACA Regional Council in its application to become Managing Authority of the MED Programme 2007-2013. This strategy was successful, as the Regional Council for 7 years got the responsibility of implementing the programLearn more
Established in 1992, close to the Mediterranean Institute and the World Trade Center in Marseille, Marseille Club is a meeting place where multidisciplinary work together policymakers and intellectuals from all walks of science and knowledge in the General setting: