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The Project “Information and Training Seminars for Euro-Mediterranean Diplomats” is part of the overall framework of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP). The ENP was created in 2004, with the objective of promoting cross-border cooperation and approximation between the enlarged EU and its neighbours.

The ENP's goals are defined as shared stability, security and prosperity. It is based on the values of democracy, rule of law and respect of human rights.

Since 1996, the "Information and training seminars for Euro-Mediterranean Diplomats" Project aims at ensuring the training of diplomats from the Euro-Mediterranean area on key aspects of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership in a view of strengthening dialogue and exchanges between participants.

Since November 2012, the Project is implemented by the French National School of Administration (ENA) in consortium with the European Institute of Public Administration of Maastricht (EIPA) and the Estonian School of Diplomacy (EDK).

You will be able to find on this website the information related to the activities that are organised in the framework of this Project between 2012 and 2016.

Jérôme Guyon
Team Leader
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Please note that the 7th seminar "Impact of the ENP Review on the Southern Neighbourhood" will be hosted by the European Commission in Brussels at its conference centre on 12-15 July 2016. It will be the first seminar held after the press release of the European Commission of 18 November 2015 to explore the evolution of the ENP with a special focus on its “new” version towards the Southern Neighbourhood. To have more information, please click in the Section "The Seminars".
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