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EU-MILL project Final Conference of EU-MILL has taken place at University Mohammed V Rabat from March 30th to April 1st 2016. EU-MILL members are really grateful for the great job accomplished by the local team of University Mohammed V Rabat, coordinated by profs. Karim Filali-Maltouf, Asma Msougar and Mustapha El-Idrissi, for the local organization of the Conference.

On this meeting, essential to make the final dissemination of the Project results, we counted with the presence of the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research of Morocco, Mr. Lahcen Daoudi, the President of University Mohammed V Rabat, Prof Saaid Amzazi as well as the Presidents of both Tunisian universities, prof. Mohammed Mars from University of Gabès and Prof. Faysal Mansouri from University of Sousse.

At the same time representatives from the Ministries of Education or Higher Education of all South Mediterranean partner countries participated in the sessions of the conference aimed to present the main results and conclusions of the different work-packages. Moreover, they participated in a round-table about the project's achievements and its impact on the education system. Among other it can be highlighted the presence Mr. Boukezzata Djamel, Director for Higher Education in Algeria; Mr. Bouhafs Mahmoud Chargé de mission of the Minister's cabinet in Tunisia, Mr. Khalife Adel from Ministry of Education and Higher Education in Lebanon and three representatives from Morocco’s Direction of Higher Education and Pedagogical development: Mrs. Benaich Souad (Head of Area), Mrs. Laayouni Loubna (Head of Department) and Errougui Abdelkbir (Head of Department).

During these three days there were presented the results of the Project in front of a wide audience of partners, university members, stake-holders, associations’ representatives or the head of Lifelong learning or Continuing Education Centers.

It can be concluded that EU-MILL Project has been relevant to create a Lifelong learning culture on the region, to promote the technologies necessaries to go along with this process, to implicate decision-makers and relevant actors from the socio-economic field. The first steps are completed and we are looking forward to seeing a wider impact on the future years after removing all the remaining barriers, we are satisfied to count with all the relevant actors in our path. EU-MILL partners are strongly committed with this future.


EU-MILL corsortium with the President of University Mohammed V, prof. Saaid Amzazi


Morocco's Minister of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Professional training, Mr. Lahcen Daoudi, with EU-MILL coordinator, prof. Encarnación Mellado, at the Conference Opening Session

EU-MILL's Final Conference in Rabat

University-Enterprise meetings reports

As structural measure project, EU-MiLL is willing to create an impact on the societies where is implemented. One of the strategical actions developed have been the meetings University-enterprise disseminated all along the territories of our South Mediterranean partner countries. 

These meetings have been a success with a big presence of stakeholders, enterprises, Chamber of Commerce and political representation. 

Now you can find available on the "report" section of our web site a report of every single meeting in English and French


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EU-MILL's Final Conference to take place in Rabat

The Final Conference of EU-MILL project will take place in Rabat, Morocco from March 30th to April 1st 2016 at the University Mohammed V Rabat, host partner of this event.

On this meeting, the final results of all Work Packages will be presented in front of a wide audience. We expect to count with representatives from all partners’ universities, civil society organizations, representatives from the socio-economic field as well as political decision-makers from all partners’ countries.

Besides the formal presentation of the Project's results, there will be two important roundtables with enterprises and ministrial representatives focuss to improve the impact of the project results in future political decisions favourizing the consolidation of Lifelong learning on the South Mediterrranean partner countries educational systems.

EU-MILL at the Tanmía Forum in Seville

The Three Cultures Foundation in Sevilla has organized a Forum about cultural cooperation between the region of Andalusia called Tanmía Forum on February 23rd and 24th 2016, in which the EU-MILL project was invited to participate.

The Three Cultures Foundation (http://www.tresculturas.org/) is a space created in 1998 by the Andalusia Government and the Kingdom of Morocco specifically to promote dialogue, peace and cultural understanding among the people from both shores of the Mediterranean sea.

The Tanmía Forum counted with the presence of relevant political presence from Andalusia, Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia such as Mr. Jiménez Barrios, Vice-presidence of Andalusia, Mr.Fadel Benyaich ambassador of Morocco in Spain, Mr. André Azoulay counselor of His Majesty the King of Morocco, Mr. Noureddine Saoudi from the Culture Ministry of Algeria, Mr. Mohamed Amine Sbihi, Culture Minister of Morocco or Mrs. Rosa Aguilar, regional minister of Culture of the Andalusia. Government.

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The EU-MILL project coordinator, Prof. Mrs. Encarnación Mellado, presented some of the conclusions of the three years lifetime of EU-MILL project in an interesting session about civil society and university links. Prof. Mellado shared this session with other very interesting participants such as Prof. Mr. Houdaifa Améziane, President of Abdelmalek Essaâdi University in Tangier or Prof. Mr. Mohammed Negadi Sidi from Abou Bekr Belkaid Tlemcen University, two of the partners' universities of EU-MILL project.


Participating on the Tanmía Forum was a great opportunity to disseminate to the general public and to relevant regional political and academic actors the projects results, as well as a good opportunity to close the links with our partners.

The session is available on the following link:




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