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Quo Vadis Euro-Med Civil Society?

the National Foundation for Civil Society Development (Croatia) in collaboration with the European Institute of the Mediterranean (Spain), the House of Europe in Rhodes (Greece), the Center for International and European Studies (Turkey), and the Center f
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The conjunction of the 25th anniversary of the Barcelona Process and the new challenges arising from the pandemic have created a momentum for looking into new opportunities to grow the civil society support base and articulate new demands.

As a continuation of the survey on the impact of COVID-19 on EuroMed Civil Society Organisations carried out by the Anna Lindh Foundation to its members in April 2020, The IEMed is holding a consultation to the Euro-Mediterranean civil society to identify the new emerging environment, the challenges, obstacles and opportunities in order to deepen and gain new perspectives on how to strengthen intercultural dialogue and organizational resilience.

‘Quo Vadis Euro-Med Civil Society' is a project which aims to formulate the conditions and recommendations that will increase the effectiveness of civil society and improve cooperation and dialogue in the Euro-Med region.

The project is led by the National Foundation for Civil Society Development (Croatia) in collaboration with the European Institute of the Mediterranean (Spain), the House of Europe in Rhodes (Greece), the Center for International and European Studies (Turkey), and the Center for Education, Research, Action Fotoessa P.C. (Greece).  Our main task is to collectively and inclusively analyze the emerging new environment, its challenges, obstacles and opportunities for civil society.

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