Since March 20, the Mediterranean rescue ship “Ocean Seeking” has been harbored in Marseille after the disruption caused by COVID-19 to their sailing to rescue what could be saved from migrants in the middle of the sea.

Italian police have arrested 10 Nigerian citizens for human trafficking charges after using voodoo rituals to lure their victims, bring them to Italy and then involve them in prostitution.

On May 30, 2020, the Tunisian Forum for Economic and Social Rights (FTDES by its French acronym), published

Amman - Thirty young Mediterranean civil society leaders are carrying out the “Ten Days for the Mediterranean” campaign, which includes 30 initiatives that are taking place between June 1-30 to raise awareness concerning environmental issues in the southern Med

What are civil society organisations (CSOs), trade unions and social movements’ observations on the effects of the pandemic on the economic and social wellbeing of peoples of the region?

Due to the exceptional circumstances linked to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Majalat Consortium announces an alternative work plan. Given its major impact, the health crisis is integrated into Majalat’s political work.

Approved in the Council of Government on March 19, 2020, Bill 22-20 on the use of social networks, in particular regarding the criminalization of calls to boycott comme

In the southern Mediterranean region, as in the rest of the world, for the first time in 130 years, unions and workers were unable to demonstrate

On April 29, more than 180 Palestinian, regional and international human rights organizations wrote to the Prosecutor General of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague demanding an investigation into the situation in Palestine.

One year after the resumption of the armed conflict in Tripoli and at a time when the humanitarian situation in Libya continues to deteriorate due to the

Via the Politcy Forum for Development (FPD *), the European Commission's General