Economic development, migration flows, social justice and cohesion, radicalisation and terrorist threats, democratic transition, and rule of law – the challenges facing the Euro-Mediterranean region are numerous and growing, writes MEP Enrique Guerrero Salom.
Listen to the Progressive Mediterranean
ADDRESSING THE MAIN CHALLENGES OF THE EURO-MEDITERRANEAN COOPERATION
A PROGRESSIVE AGENDA
Tunisia is the most promising example of democratic consolidation after the Arab Spring, and supporting Tunisia is a priority for European Socialists.
European and Arab progressive leaders are meeting today and tomorrow in Beirut (Lebanon) for a two-day debate on the refugee situation organised by the Global Progressive Forum.
This project of the GPF consist in bringing together key actors of the Arab Revolution and European decision makers and thinkers, to discuss the democratisation in the Arab world.
The objective is to make it possible for European leaders to listen to the Progressive Mediterranean people, to their experience and to their expectations, in order to build a new, progressive partnership.