Resetting Euro-Med Relations: Taking Local Needs Seriously

As other contributions of this report conclude, people in the Middle East and North Africa generally see the EU sceptically, which has also been the overwhelming finding of the MEDRESET project, inquiring into the EU’s construction of the Mediterranean on one hand, and its perception by local stakeholders, on the other, through more than 700 stakeholder consultations on all shores of the Mediterranean.

Contribution to a report prepared for the Greens/European Free Alliance (Greens/ALE) group in the European Parliament and presented on 29 March 2019 at the European House, Barcelona.

in Andrea Teti (ed.), The EU's Partnership with the Southern Mediterranean: Challenges to Cohesion and Democracy, Brussels, Greens/EFA in the European Parliament, March 2019, p. 18-24
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