On the 06 May, EMEA, in collaboration with the ETF and EMNES, is launching a new study that provides an overview of the socio-economic impact of COVID-19 in the Mediterranean countries, zooming in the education and training systems and policies, analysing their resilience in managing and resisting to the crisis and how lessons learned can be embedded in recovery plans and long term reform processes. It relies on data and information available as of January 2021. The study was co-funded by the European Training Foundation and is conducted during the new Torino Process.
The purpose of this webinar is to present the main finding of the new study and to discuss the latest policy developments in the field of education and labour markets taken by the countries in Mediterranean a towards a sustainable recovery path.
Moderator: Cristina Giner, Correspondent, Euronews, Spain
Prof. Rym Ayadi, President, Euro-Mediterranean Economists Association (EMEA) and Professor at the Business School, City University of London
Abdelaziz Jaouani, Senior Human Capital Deveopment Expert, European Training Foundation (ETF)
Mohammed Elrazzaz, Senior Expert, Union for the Mediterranean
Mohamed El-Shinawi, M.D. FACS, Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Egypt
Najib Hamouti, Head Career Center ESITH, Morocco
The webinar is organised by the Euro-Mediterranean Economists Association (EMEA) and will take place on Thursday may 06, 11:00 -12:45 CET on Zoom.