The Euro-Arab Foundation for Higher Studies is part of the consortium of partners of the MI-ICT project (ICT Enabled Public Services for Migration).
After a year and a half of successful implementation, SISUMMA project has come to an end. SISUMMA (Social Initiative of Support to Minorities through Mediactivism) was financed by the European Union in the frame of the “Europe for citizens” programme.
TAKEDOWN: Understanding the Dimensions of Organised Crime and Terrorist Networks for Developing Effective and Efficient Security Solutions for First-line-practitioners and Professionals
Organized Crime and Terrorist Networks (OC/TN) are a major challenge for the European Union and many different stakeholder groups are involved in creating awareness, preventing, identifying and intervene in case of risk or threat. But in order to develop better strategies and instruments, we still need a deeper understanding of these phenomena.
SISUMMA, a European project led by the Euro-Arab Foundation, seeks to empower young Europeans to be active and critical citizens who denounce hate speech against minorities and communities of special vulnerability.
TRAINING AID / Mobile assistance interagency teams to detect and prevent the escalation of violent radicalism
Counter Violent Extremism is part of the European Union priorities (“Measures preventing and combating terrorism and addressing radicalisation and recruitment, in particular projects empowering communities to develop local approaches and prevention policies”).
DERAD project is a research + action program with the main objectives:
Project developed by the Euro-Arab Foundation and the University of Granada with the collaboration of the Guardia Civil (part of Spanish State Security Forces) and AGENFOR (Italy), and sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Business.
"Fundeamal" is a project of the Euro-Arab Foundation that offers, through a web portal, information on employability and research stays and scholarships in Arab countries. This project was born under the sponsorship of the Andalusian Government and the European Social Fund.
The main aim of the workshop is to showcase the richness of the traditional Amazigh craft and culture (Berber), a culture with a strong spiritual component and very much bound to earth and history. The workshop will be held on 31 May and 1 June, 2016, at the Andalusian Library and is part of the International Chair of Amazigh Culture.
From 30 May to 3 June, will be held the fifth and last seminar among the series that has taken place since January as part of the Chair of Studies in Islamic Civilization and Renewal of Religious Thought. Two well-known experts will impart the seminar: Dr. Said Bensaid Al-Alaoui and Dr. Abdullah Al-Sayed Ould Abah.