Observatoire méditerranéen pour l'information et la réflexion - géopolitique, géoculture, géoéconomie, géoenvironnement (OMIR)

Mediterranean Observatory for Information and Reflection

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1996-03-09 Miramar-Théoule France


9 Mar 1996, Miramar-Théoule (France), at constituent assembly when statutes were adopted, on recommendation of an international conference organized by E-XE0848 - Robert Schuman Institute for Europe (IRSE), 16-19 Sep 1994, Hyères (France). Dissolved as an independent organization by extraordinary General Assembly, 21 Jun 2001, when became an antenna of IRSE while still retaining the character of observatory. Registered in accordance with French law.


Make known and implement the 'Charte des peuples de la Méditerranée'.


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General Assembly (every 3 years). Managing Board, consisting of 12 members. Scientific and intercultural Council: 1st College - 5 members representing the South Mediterranean (Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia); 2nd College - 11 members representing the North Mediterranean (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Monaco (Monaco), Slovenia, Yugoslavia - Serbia and Montenegro); 3rd College - 6 members representing the East Mediterranean (Cyprus, Israel, Lebanon, Palestine, Syria, Turkey); 4th College - 11 members, 8 representing enterprises and organizations, and 3 countries (Mauritania, Portugal, Jordan) important to the region. Bureau of up to 17 persons, including: from the 1st College, General Delegate, Secretary-General, Assistant Secretary-General, Delegate for Financial Affairs/Treasurer and 3 Councillors; from the 2nd and 4th Colleges, a Delegate and 3 Councillors; from the 3rd College, a Delegate and 2 Councillors; from the 5th College, Assistant Delegate for Financial Affairs, a Delegate and 3 Councillors.


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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic GrowthGOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions



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