EuroMed Gender Connection – Network Laboratorio EuroMed e Network

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  • To create an EuroMediterranean Network that will guarantee, advocate and effectively put into practice real equality between men and women in all fields
  • To widely promote citizen’s reflection on gender issues
  • To stimulate deconstruction of gender roles, in the 37 countries of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership


  • 1 week workshop including participants from partner’s countries to reflect on the network based and objectives
  • Creation of the network



  • Coordinator: CESIE – European Centre of Studies and Initiatives (Italy)
  • EuroMed Network for Youth Trafficking Prevention (Bulgaria)
  • M.I.G.S – Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies (Cyprus)
  • SDA – Sustainable Development Association (Egypt)
  • YMY – Young Meretz Yachad (Israel)
  • University of Tartu – Unit of Gender Studies (Estonia)
  • Mediterranean SOS Network (Greece)
  • Arab Forum For Cultural Interaction “Bait Alanbat” (Jordan)
  • Euro_Med Movement (Malta)
  • Network of Young People for Gender Equality (Portugal)
  • EU Center Association (Turkey)

The project

Project Number

Date of the project

01/02/2007 – 01/11/2007 [Network active to date]

DG of reference

Anna Lindh Foundation for the Dialogue Between Cultures



Rights and Justice

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