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A report by the EU-funded ENPI Shared Environment Information System project (ENPI-SEIS), providing a comprehensive overview of the achievements of the project, including significant improveme...

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The multi-annual report by the EU-funded INOGATE energy programme covering the years 2012-2014. the report highlighting the programme's achievements, both on regional level and country level, i...

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A study by the EU-funded Euro-Mediterranean Forum of Economic Institutes (FEMISE) exploring patterns of structural change and industrial policy in four Euromed economies: Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia an...

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A report by the EU-funded MedMedia programme on the media development sector in the Southern Mediterranean. Covering nine countries – Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestin...

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A report by the EU-supported Mediterranean Energy Regulators’ Association (MEDREG) providing the vision of Energy Regulators on the current situation of Infrastructure investment in the Medit...

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A report highlighting outcomes and issues addressed at the 2nd Civil Society Forum for the Southern Neighbourhood. The Forum, held on 28-29 May 2015 in Brussels, gathered Civil Society organisation...

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An analysis of active labour market programmes (ALMPs) in Tunisia, produced by the European Training Foundation, detailing the policies and interventions in the country.   

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An analysis of active labour market programmes (ALMPs) in Palestine, produced by the European Training Foundation, detailing the policies and interventions in the country.  

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An analysis of active labour market programmes (ALMPs) in Morocco, produced by the European Training Foundation, detailing the policies and interventions in the country. In French only 

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An analysis of active labour market programmes (ALMPs) in Libya, produced by the European Training Foundation, detailing the policies and interventions in the country.  

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