Inter-Parliamentary Conference on Security and Cooperation in the Mediterranean (CSCM)

Conférence interparlementaire sur la sécurité et la coopération en Méditerranée (CSCM)
Conferencia Interparlamentaria para la Seguridad y la Cooperación en el Mediterraneo (CSCM)

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1992-06-15 Malaga Spain


15-20 Jun 1992, Malaga (Spain), at 1st Inter-Parliamentary Conference on Security and Cooperation in the Mediterranean (1st CSCM), organized by the B-XB2832 - Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU). Ceased to exist, Feb 2005, when superseded by F-XJ3776 - Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean (PAM).


Develop an all-embracing Mediterranean policy laying the foundations of a CSCM inter-State process at intergovernmental and inter-parliamentary levels; transform the region into a place where, in a climate of security and stability, genuine dialogue, mutual trust and partnership among peoples in Euro-Asia and Africa can develop so as to secure the balanced growth of the area; be a permanent mechanism for dialogue and negotiations generating a positive momentum facilitating the settlement and prevention of conflicts.


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Meeting of Representatives of Parties to the CCSM Process, set up 1992, (twice a year) at IPU Statutory Meetings. Mediterranean Women Parliamentarians' Task Force, set up 2000 (meets twice a year). Coordinating Committee, set up 1993, comprising representatives of Algeria, Egypt, France, Italy, Malta, Morocco, Slovenia, Spain, Syrian AR, Tunisia and a representative of the above-mentioned Task Force.

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GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and CommunitiesGOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong InstitutionsGOAL 17: Partnerships to achieve the Goal



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