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EMEA and EMNES, with UfM and GIZ, organize the webinar “The Blue Transition Scenario 2050 for the Mediterranean: Towards TRIS Development Model”
July 8 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Euro-Mediterranean Economists Association – EMEA and the Euro-Mediterranean Network for Economic Studies – EMNES, in cooperation with the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) and GIZ, organize the First EMNES-UfM Regional Stakeholder Dialogue webinar on “The Blue Transition Scenario 2050 for the Mediterranean: Towards TRIS Development Model” taking place on July 8th from 10:00 to 12:00 CET.
This webinar is motivated by the EMNES study published in April 2020 “EMNES Blue Transition Policy Roadmap”. This Policy Roadmap has been a collective contribution from EMNES researchers during EMNES academies in 2018 and 2019.
The webinar will bring together EMNES researchers, experts, representatives of other regional initiatives and UfM experts in order to reflect and share views on key challenges that need to be tackled in the region in order to advance towards new models of social inclusion, job creation, sustainable development and regional integration within the framework of the Blue Transition Scenario, which offers a possible policy framework for Post Covid-19 recovery.
Keynote Speaker: H.E. Nasser Kamel, Secretary General, Union for the Mediterranean (UfM)
- Rym Ayadi, President, Euro-Mediterranean Economists Association (EMEA), Spain
- Carlo Sessa, Euro-Mediterranean Economists Association (EMEA) Executive Board
- Cinzia Alcidi, Centre for European Policy Research (CEPS), Belgium and Member of the Executive Board of EMEA
- Claudia Girardone, Director of the Essex Finance Centre (EFiC), and Member of EMNES Scientific Committee*
- Mohammed Elrazzaz, Project Analyst, Business Development and Employment Division, Secretariat of the Union for the Mediterranean
- Ingrid Schwaiger, Deputy Head of Unit, Head of economic section, DG NEAR, European Commission*
- Carlos Conde, Head of Division, Middle East and Africa Division, Global Relations Secretariat, OECD and Member of the Advisory Committee of EMNES
- Ekkehard Ernst, Chief Macroeconomist, International Labour Organization
- Juan Antonio Pedreño Frutos, President, Confederación Empresarial Española de la Economía Social (CEPES), Social Economy Europe and the Euro-Mediterranean Network of Social Economy (ESMED)*
- Jihen Boutiba, Union of Mediterranean Confederations of Enterprises (BUSINESSMED), Tunisia
- Roger Albinyana, European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed), Spain, and Member of EMEA Advisory Board
- Pantelis Capros , National Technical University of Athens and Member of the Executive Board of EMEA*