Mediter - Réseau Euro-Méditerranéen pour la Coopération a.i.s.
MEDITER, Euro-Mediterranean cooperation Network, was founded in 2012.
It aims to build a new local leadership in the Mediterranean region and to establish and consolidate an innovation and experimentation process within the cooperation North / South - South / North, as a strategic factor for development and peace.
It strives to have a double impact: from one side on the EU institutions and secondly, on populations (especially young women) of Mediterranean countries.
MEDITER promotes the strategic role of human resources by linking cultures, knowledge and skills. It also aims to boost cultural exchanges between the countries bordering the Mediterranean, based on their common cultural heritage.
It allows synergies between local and global.
It reinforces the construction of a regional identity, supports a dialectical relationship between Europe and Mediterranean, working with all cultures of the Mediterranean region for the opening and international exchange.
In this context, MEDITER acts to encourage the development of cooperation relations between the Mediterranean countries with the conviction that such relations are a priority for the development of a common horizon of civilization.
That's why MEDITER solicits for membership, the local authorities, NGOs, foundations, universities, small businesses and non-profit organizations in general, whether local or international.
The birth of MEDITER network has taken place with the projects - Europe Aid - Women For Change.
The countries participating in MEDITER Women for Change project are: ITALY, FRANCE, MALTA, TUNISIA, LEBANON.
The partners to the MEDITER Women for Change project are: IRIS Provincia di Pescara (lead-partner), GRAIF, CAWTAR , SAFADI Foundation.
The organization works with a general assembly, key experts and the board of directors.