Tag: MEDRESET

Publication: MEDRESET’s work published in the Special Issue in ​European Foreign Affairs Review​

Publication: MEDRESET’s work published in the Special Issue in ​European Foreign Affairs Review​

MEDRESET Project, “a consortium of research and academic institutions focusing on different disciplines from the Mediterranean region to develop alternative visions for a new Mediterranean partnership and corresponding EU policies” (source: MEDRESET), has published their work on in the Special Issue in ​European Foreign Affairs […]

Event: MEDRESET held its final review and workshop in Rome

Event: MEDRESET held its final review and workshop in Rome

The MEDRESET project came to an end in July after three years of extensive work. Their final review and workshop was held in Rome in July. “The project aimed to reset our thinking of the Mediterranean and the EU policies in the region, developing new […]

New policy recommendation of MEDRESET: “Towards a More Reflexive EU in the Mediterranean”

New policy recommendation of MEDRESET: “Towards a More Reflexive EU in the Mediterranean”

Dr. Daniela Huber and Dr. Maria Cristina Paciello published a final recommendation entitled “Towards a More Reflexive EU in the Mediterranean” in the framework of MEDRESET. It is available here

International conference: “The Middle East and the EU: New Realities, New Policies”

International conference: “The Middle East and the EU: New Realities, New Policies”

The international conference “The Middle East and the EU: New Realities, New Policies” was organised by MEDRESET with the participation of the High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice President of the EU Commission Federica Mogherini on 22/02/2019 at […]

New policy paper co-authored by Daniela Huber “The Mediterranean: A Space of Division, Disparity and Separation”

New policy paper co-authored by Daniela Huber “The Mediterranean: A Space of Division, Disparity and Separation”

MEDRESET policy paper titled “The Mediterranean: A Space of Division, Disparity and Separation”, co-authored by Daniela Huber, Asma Nouira and Maria Cristina Paciello. The Mediterranean is perceived by Southern stakeholders as a space of division, disparity and separation, performed into being through European depoliticizing, securitizing […]

Event “Alternative Visions for a New Mediterranean Partnership: Evidence From 700+ Stakeholder Interviews”

Event “Alternative Visions for a New Mediterranean Partnership: Evidence From 700+ Stakeholder Interviews”

“Alternative Visions for a New Mediterranean Partnership: Evidence From 700+ Stakeholder Interviews”, Global Governance Programme, 11 February 2019 – Villa Schifanoia.

Daniela Huber

Daniela Huber presented the outcome of the MEDRESET project that is relevant to the discussion of the EU-LISTCO project, led by Federica Bicchi at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies.

See more on the MEDRESET project at the Global Governance Program.