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.
ADDRESSING THE MAIN CHALLENGES OF THE EURO-MEDITERRANEAN COOPERATION
A PROGRESSIVE AGENDA
When asked about her vision for a world where gender equality is a reality, Aya Chebbi sees “a world where women own their own narratives, because our struggle is a struggle for voice.”
Tunisia is the most promising example of democratic consolidation after the Arab Spring, and supporting Tunisia is a priority for European Socialists.
Enrique Guerrero Salom MEP, Co-Chair of the Global Progressive Forum, and Elena Valenciano MEP, Vice-President of the S&D Group in the European Parliament, strongly expressed their condemnation at the dangerous and hate-fueling far-right initiative to send a boat in the Mediterranean to forbid migrants’ rafts to reach European shores.
GPF Secretary General Doriano Dragoni and PES Deputy Secretary General Giacomo Filibeck met Yousif Ahmed Sadiq, President of the Parliament of South-Kurdistan and