FEMISE has announced a “Call for Papers” leading up to the 2023 Annual Conference 27-28-29 September 2023 in Barcelona, Spain:
SHIFTING PARADIGMS: OPPORTUNITIES FOR A DEEPER EU-MEDITERRANEAN INTEGRATION IN A CHANGING WORLD
Researchers working on socioeconomic issues in the Euro-Mediterranean are invited to submit their papers for the 2023 FEMISE Annual Conference, a unique opportunity to receive feedback on their work, engage in fruitful discussions, and network with peers and practitioners. Selected authors will have their travel and accommodation expenses covered to present their work during the conference and will receive a remuneration of 800€ upon delivery of the expected outputs. This call for papers is launched in collaboration and with the support of the European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed), host and co-organiser of the annual conference.
THEME OF THE CALL FOR PAPERS
This Call for Papers is open to all researchers working on socioeconomic issues with a focus on the EuroMediterranean region*. Freshly graduate PhDs and young researchers are particularly encouraged to apply. Successful papers should bring a real value added to the current state of the art, be evidence-based and be offering operational and realistic policy recommendations.
Papers submitted for consideration need to be aligned with the FEMISE 2023 Conference theme “Shifting Paradigms: Opportunities for a Deeper EU-Mediterranean Integration in a Changing World”. In this context, the four following topics are proposed. They include sub-topics and questions for guidance.
However, researchers can address other issues within these topics.
Topic 1: A BETTER INTEGRATED EURO-MEDITERRANEAN REGION
Topic 2: NEIGHBOURS OF NEIGHBOURS: POTENTIALS FOR AN EU-MED-AFRICAN RELATIONS
Topic 3: ECONOMICS OF THE EURO-MEDITERRANEAN GREEN TRANSITION
Topic 4: HOW TO ENHANCE A YOUTH-DRIVEN EURO-MEDITERRANEAN REGION
Geographic Coverage: Research submitted should be focusing on the EU-Med region. Research can cover the whole EU-Med region or a selected number of countries from the region particularly the South Med countries.
For more information about the topics, the submission process, evaluation and the selection download the call guidelines here
This platform is part of the Axis 1 "Strengthening the capacities of equality actors" of the Priority Solidarity Fund "Women for the future in the Mediterranean" funded by the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs and led by the European Institute of the Mediterranean, in the framework of the project “Developing Women's Empowerment” labelled by the Union for the Mediterranean.