2021-2022 PUBLIC REPORT:

 

2021

1.            Demaidi, M.N., Al-Sahili, K., 2021. Integrating SDGs in Higher Education—Case of Climate Change Awareness and Gender Equality in a Developing Country According to RMEI-TARGET Strategy. Sustainability, 13, 3101.

2.            M Chouari, M Ghiss, A Zabaniotou, 2021. Academic promotion and leadership:'moving the needle'for the enhancement of gender equality in Tunisian higher education institutional members of the RMEI network following the TARGET project. Open Research Europe 1 (14), 14

3.            A Zabaniotou, O Boukamel, A Tsirogianni, 2021. Network assessment: Design of a framework and indicators for monitoring and self-assessment of a customized gender equality plan in the Mediterranean Engineering Education context. Evaluation and Program Planning 87, 101932

4.            A Zabaniotou, A Pritsa, EA Kyriakou, 2021.Observational Evidence of the Need for Gender-Sensitive Approaches to Wildfires Locally and Globally: Case Study of 2018 Wildfire in Mati, GreeceSustainability 13 (3), 1556

5.            A. Zabaniotou, 2021. Challenges for the female academic at the Mediterranean Universities Covid-1 lockdown brought into relief. Journal of Global Transitions, under review.

6.            Najoua Essoukri Ben Amara, Anastasia Zabaniotou, 2021. Distance education: A survey-based investigation of the distance education impact on female academic at Arab and European Mediterranean universities during the Covid-19 lockdown. World development Journal, submitted.

7.            Anastasia Zabaniotou, 2021. Learning outcomes of leader and leadership development: a method for a soft and female leadership (SFL) empirical framework for driving the gender equality change in Mediterranean engineering education [version 3]. Open Research Europe, 1 (63), 63.

8.            Anastasia Zabaniotou, 2021. Impacts of Covid-19 pandemic on Mediterranean women of the academic community in the Mediterranean region (in Greek: Επιπτώσεις της πανδημίας COVID-19 στις γυναίκες της ακαδημαϊκής κοινότητας της Μεσογείου). Published in the Special Volume of Covid-Research, Aritotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.

9.            Anastasia Zabaniotou, 2021. Mediterranean Engineering Schools-members of RMEI network are taking a reflexive approach to gender equality with the support of the TARGET project. GALILEO MAGAZINE. – Rivista del Collegio degli Ingegneri di Padova

10.        Anastasia Zabaniotou, Aigli Tsirogianni, Monica Cardarilli, Massimo Guarascio, 2021. AN INTERGENERATIONAL NETWORK-BASED COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE FOR GENDER EQUALITY AT THE MEDITERRANEAN ENGINEERING SCHOOLS. TARGET Book, under review,

11.        Olivier Boiron, Carole Deumie, Lena Raviol, 2021GENDER & CURRICULA AT CENTRALE MARSEILLE, AN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION SPECIALIZED IN ENGINEERING, TARGET Book, under review,

12.        A. Zabaniotou, 2021. Challenges for the female academic at the Mediterranean Universities Covid-1 lockdown brought into relief. Journal of Global Transitions, Volume 3, 2021, Pages 119-125.

 

 

2020 

12.        A Zabaniotou, 2020Towards gender equality in Mediterranean Engineering Schools through networking, collaborative learning, synergies and commitment to SDGs-The RMEI approachGlobal Transitions 2, 4-15

13.        A Zabaniotou, 2020. New forms of social learning in Mediterranean higher engineering education: Change lab for gender equality transformation, methodology, design principles. Sustainability 12 (16), 6618

14.        Anastasia Zabaniotou, 2020. The Value of a Sustainable Development Network in Advancing Gender Equality at Higher Engineering Education. Modern Environmental Science and Engineering 6 (1) Doi:10.15341/mese(2333-2581)/01.06.2020/001

15.        Anastasia Zabaniotou, 2020. Towards Gender Equality in Higher Education Institutions: Equal Female Academics in the Mediterranean during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. GLOBAL UNIVERSITY NETWORK FOR INNOVATION (GUNI). http://www.guninetwork.org/report/towards-gender-equality-higher-education-institutions-equal-female-academics-mediterranean

16.        A Zabaniotou, 2020. New forms of social learning in Mediterranean higher engineering education: Change lab for gender equality transformation, methodology, design principles. Sustainability 12 (16),6618

 

 

Mike

Prof. ANASTASIA ZABANIOTOU

Présidente

Université Aristote de Thessalonique, Grèce

Jane

Prof. Khaled Al-Sahili

Vice Président

An-Najah National University Nablus, Palestine

Olivier Boiron

Prof. Olivier Boiron

Executive Director

Ecole Centrale Marseille France

Mike

Prof. Abdellah Menou

Membre

Académie Internationale Mohammed VI de l'Aviation Civile, Marroc
Jane

Prof. M. Fouad BENNIS

Membre

Ecole Centrale Nantes, France

Prof. Carole DEUMIE

Membre

Ecole Centrale Marseille, France

akiki

Prof. T. AKIKI

Membre

Université Saint-Esprit de Kaslik, Liban

Ben Amara

Prof. Najoua BEN AMARA

Membre

ENISO TUNISIE

mereu

Prof. Riccardo MEREU

Membre

PoliMI Italie

Hamouti

Prof. Najib HAMOUTI

Membre

Directeur des relations internationales ESITH - Maroc

Ben Amara

Prof. Juan Jesus

Membre

UPC Espagne

Ben Amara

Prof. Fatma ASHOUR

Membre

CUFE Egypte

Hamouti

Prof. Khalid NAJIB

Membre

ENSMR Maroc

Mike

Prof. A. BEN CHEIKH LARBI

Membre

ENSIT, Tunisie

mereu

Prof. Naima EL HAOUD

Membre

Ecole N. de Commerce et Gestion de CASABLANCA

Hamouti

Prof. Antonin Ricard

Membre

IAE AMU France

Mike

Prof. DIDIER NUEL

Membre

Ecole Centrale Marseille France

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Objectifs

  1. Renforcer l’employabilité des jeunes diplômé(e)s
  2. Permettre aux entreprises d’investir dans le capital humain méditerranéen en vue du développement de leurs activités dans un autre pays de la Méditerranée.
  3. Faciliter les démarches de recrutement pour les employeurs

 

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