SAFEMED IV - Component 9: Communication
The overall objective of this component is to raise awareness and disseminate the project’s actions and achievements. This goal is met through specific communication activities which raise the project’s visibility in relation to the impact of the support offered by the Agency in improving maritime safety, security, marine environmental protection and labour conditions on board vessels in the beneficiary countries.
• Two newsletters per year will be prepared, published online and made available to all interested parties;
• Activities undertaken, and related outcome will be publicised on the implementing body's website;
• Videos concerning project’s actions and achievements;
• Promotion of the activities using social media (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn);
• Presentation of the project’s activities in Conferences, workshops, meetings, etc.
• Regular meetings of the relevant EuroMed UfM Working Group dealing with Maritime Affairs
On 2 December 2020, EMSA and SAFEMED IV beneficiaries participated to the UfM Working Group on Transport Connectivity held on line via ZOOM. EMSA made an update on the activities carried out within the context of the SAFEMED IV project and provided views and inputs on the latest evaluation report on the progress made in the implementation of the objectives set in the Regional Transport Action ...
In the framework of the EU funded SAFEMED IV project, the 4th SAFEMED IV Steering Committee was successfully organised and held on-line on 5 November 2020. The meeting is paramount to ensure a high level of cooperation and coordination between the project’s beneficiary countries, EMSA and all other entities involved in the Mediterranean basin. Fourteen (14) participants from the project’s ...
On 7 November 2019, SAFEMED IV participated to the UfM Working Group on Maritime Transport & Logistics in Brussels, Belgium. EMSA actively participated so as to provide views and inputs on the latest evaluation report on the progress made in the implementation of the objectives set in the Regional Transport Action Plan (RTAP) 2014-2020.
In the framework of the EU funded SAFEMED IV project, EMSA organised the 3rd SAFEMED IV Steering Committee on 3-4 September 2019 in Lisbon, Portugal. The meeting was attended by various participants from the project’s Beneficiary Countries, namely from Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Libya, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia. In addition, representatives from Turkey, the Secretariat of the Mediterranean ...
From 11 to 13 June 2019, SAFEMED IV participated to the UfM Regional Platform on Transport Connectivity and Working Groups on Maritime Transport in Barcelona, Spain. EMSA presented the achievements of the SAFEMED IV projects in the past months and was positively received by the entire UfM Community present at the meeting. 9 experts from Algeria, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Palestine and Tunisia ...
EMSA was invited to join the EU-Israel Multimodal Transport Dialogue in Jerusalem, Israel, on the 21-22 October 2018. Mr Hololei, Director-General for Mobility and Transport, met with high-officials of the Israeli Ministry of Transport to discuss concrete transport issues and common EU-Israel interests. The meeting encompassed a thorough discussion on all transport modes including railways, ...
On 10-11 October 2018, the Jordan Maritime Commission (JMC) hosted the 2nd Steering Committee of the EU funded project SAFEMED IV in Aqaba, Jordan. The meeting was attended by various participants from the project’s Beneficiary Countries, namely from Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Lebanon, Palestine and Tunisia. In addition, representatives from the Secretariat of the Mediterranean Memorandum of ...
On the 18 of April 2018, the EU funded project SAFEMED IV was invited to participate to the 24th Meeting of the GTMO 5+5 expert group which included the CETMO’s secretariat, the Union for the Mediterranean as well as representatives from Algeria, France, Italy, Libya, Malta, Mauritania, Morocco, Portugal, Spain and Tunisia. According to the Cooperation Protocol of the GTMO 5+5, the objectives of ...
The two project officers for the SAFEMED IV and Black and Caspian Sea projects, both funded by the EU, met with senior faculty members of the World Maritime University (WMU), in Malmö Sweden. WMU is a postgraduate maritime university founded in 1983 by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), a specialized agency of the United Nations. The main objective of the meeting was to explore areas ...
The Conference gathered representatives from all Mediterranean countries, including SAFEMED IV countries, as well as representatives from DG MARE. More than 400 participants dealing with marine and maritime issues from the entire region, including government representatives, regional and local authorities, international organisations, academia, the private sector and civil society, participated ...