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Mar 31, 2016 / 0 Comments
Report from a “Moving” Mission in the Mediterranean (1)   Refugees, migration and mobility of persons have never been alien to the Mediterranean...
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Mar 23, 2016 / 0 Comments
The needs for investment in the water sector are considerable in the Mediterranean region. Water demand - driven by urbanization, the development of...
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In Turkey, as in other countries, refugees are often seen as an unmitigated burden, taking jobs from locals, straining public resources, and stoking...
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International community programs must not only focus on the countries which host the most Syrian refugees – Lebanon and Jordan –, but must also take...
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With the refugee crisis gaining the world’s attention since war broke out in Syria, many ideas have been raised to address forced displacement, both...
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Nearly 60 million persons were forcibly displaced worldwide due to conflict and persecution at the end of 2014—the highest number since World War II...
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Thirteen of the 15 countries with the lowest rates of women participating in their labor force are in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA),...
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Countries with large percentages of youth who have limited opportunities for social  participation  are likely to face significant social tensions....
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The good news is that when it comes to reforms that add to women's economic opportunities and reduce the number of laws restricting their roles,...
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For the past five years, the sea – a small three letter word– has delivered more than its share of pain to Syrians. But two Syrian women, ‘Om...

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