• - June 30, 2022
  • Mollina

The Euromed Young Researchers Forum is part of the Euromed young researcher’s lab. It is an initiative of the EuroMeSC: Connecting the dot’s project, co-funded by the European Union and the European Institute of the Mediterranean. The Euromed Young Researchers Lab aims to boost the research capacities of young experts across the Mediterranean, give visibility and recognition to their work, strengthen exchanges and stimulate research on issues of common interest.

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During this year’s Forum, 24 participants from across the Mediterranean and its neighboring regions will meet in Mollina, Spain, to exchange with policy-makers, practitioners, and other young experts on key issues in the Euro-Mediterranean area and contribute to policy shaping in the region.

This year’s edition of the Forum will be about: Bridging the Gap in Euro-Mediterranean relations: Youth as drivers of Cohesion.

Participants will present their research proposals on how young people have perceived the war in Ukraine on both shores of the Mediterranean as well as the responses to the war; analyze misconceptions, the actors and platforms involved in spreading disinformation campaigns; and the existing policy frameworks and tools in place to combat disinformation and its potential impacts, amongst others.

This event is scheduled to take place in Mollina (Spain) in the framework of the University on Youth and Development, organized by the North-South Centre of the Council of Europe on “Building effective, accountable, and
inclusive institutions”, organized by the North-South Centre of the Council of Europe. In addition to participating in the sessions of the V Euromed Youth Forum, participants will also have the opportunity to share experiences and learn from other international youth organizations taking part in the UYD. The Euromed Youth Forum will last 2 full days (16 and 17 September), participants are expected to travel to Mollina on 15 September and depart
on 18 September.




  • Benefit from capacity-building sessions to improve their research and communications skills.
  • • Access remunerated publishing opportunities: authors of selected Concept Notes will be asked to convert their proposals into Policy Briefs.


The candidates shall:

  • Be researchers or students between 18 and 35 years of age who have
    attained at least a bachelor’s degree.
  • Be affiliated with a research center, a university, or an organization based in one
    of the 42 UfM countries (priority will be given to researchers affiliated to
    EuroMeSCo member organizations).
  •  Demonstrate an interest in the Forum’s themes.
  •  Demonstrated academic and/or professional background with regard to
    the Forum’s theme is desirable.
Eligible Regions: 42 UfM countries

Application Process

  • The applicants shall submit their CV of no more than 2 pages with the subject line of “Application for Euromed Young Researchers Forum 2022” to: [email protected] and fill in the online application form by
    including a short research proposal (of up to 350 words) that should be related to the Forum themes.
  • Link: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=3CeUOw7TvEOMBv9yU2dv7Pa1vFyLgMdPnWjOOxG_PfNUOFhHOUVEUFFZMUdIOVJGTVFBUjVYM1A0Vi4u

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Application Deadline: June 30, 2022

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For Further Queries

For any query: Address: IEMed – European Institute of the Mediterranean C/ Girona, 20 08010 Barcelona Contact: +34 932 449 850
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