The third RMEI TARGET institutional workshop took place on 25th January 2019 at the Ecole Central in Marseille, France.
Participants were the TARGET working group members, Angela Wroblewski (TARGET coordinator), Maria Caprile (TARGET partner, Notus Applied Social Research, Barcelona) and Leo Vincent (Honorary RMEI president).
The workshop was very successful. The Gender Equality Strategy (GES) statement was revised, and it is ready now to be discussed and approved in the Gender Audit (GA) of RMEI, which will take place on 27th March 2019. The implementation phase of the project was planned. Activities for the year 2019 are planned in Rome (26th March 2019), Rabat (3rd May 2019) and Egypt (November 2019) for the inauguration of Gender Equality GES in those members of RMEI.
The results and outputs of the GES workshop organized in ENISo, Sousse Tunisia, which took place in December 2019 and was very successful, were presented.
The statement is based on the vision of RMEI (sustainable development, including economic vitality, based on green economy, social cohesion, gender equality, environmental protection, sustainable management of natural resources, to meet the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of futures) and, on RMEI main mission to enhance the ethics of responsibility of Mediterranean Youth through Education and Culture.