EU Funded Projects
The Invest in Med programme aims at developing sustainable trade relationships, investments and enterprise partnerships between the two rims of the Mediterranean. Also, Invest in Med aims to raise awareness among tourism operators, creating synergies between European and Mediterranean operators, and increase the value of territories through the intermediary of audio-visual productions.
The programme aims at stimulating and encouraging a mutual comprehension among youth in the Euro-Mediterranean region, fighting stereotypes and prejudices and enhancing the sense of solidarity among youth by promoting active citizenship. It seeks to contribute to the development of youth policies in the Mediterranean Partner Countries. It also aims at encouraging active citizenship through arts and heritage and environment protection.
The Anna Lindh Foundation is an inter-governmental institution bringing together civil society and citizens across the Mediterranean to build trust and improve mutual understanding.
Since 2005, the ALF has launched and supported actions across fields impacting on mutual perceptions - education, culture and media - as well as developing a region-wide Network of over 4000 civil society organizations.
Between 1998 and 2013, the Euromed Heritage regional programme committed a total of 57 million euros to fund partnerships between conservation experts and heritage institutions from the countries of the Mediterranean region. Almost 400 partners from the Member States of the European Union and MEDA countries (Algeria, Palestinian Authority, Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Malta, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia and Turkey) benefited from the Programme during its four phases.
The programme is closed.
Euromed Audiovisual worked on enhancing sustainable transfer of knowledge and best practices through a wide set of training, capacity building of both professionals and national authorities and networking activities. Euromed Audiovisual considers the film industry not only as creative means of cultural expression and intercultural dialogue, but also of socio-economic development of the region.
The programme is currently closed.
The Cooperation in Urban Development and Dialogue (CIUDAD) programme was designed to help local governments in the Mediterranean region to enhance their capacity to plan for sustainable, integrated and long-term urban development using good governance principles. It did this through capacity building and by promoting mutual understanding, exchange of experience and cooperation between local actors in the EU and in the Partner Countries of the ENI region in the implementation of common projects.
The programme is closed.