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Final Programme

by admin ~ October 6th, 2008

D -4 for the MED and your organisers are working on the final details!

You can now have a look at the Final Programme in the “Documents to download” section.

How to reach us?

by admin ~ October 3rd, 2008

To make your arrival easier, we have included in the “Documents to download session”, an access plan to the conference venue. the plan is in PDF format.

Transportation information

by admin ~ September 30th, 2008

We have just uploaded information about the shuttles buses linking Aix to Marseilles and Aix to the TGV station and the Airport. They are available in the “Documents to download” section.

You will find the rates and schedules of the busses, in French.

Booklet in Arabic

by admin ~ September 23rd, 2008

Dear visitors,

The invitation booklet is now available in Arabic!

You can download it by clicking here or browsing through our “Documents to download” page.


by admin ~ September 15th, 2008

The organising committee would like to inform you that a list of hotels has been chosen to welcome our participants.

All of them are located in a ten minutes drive radius from the conference venue and in a wide range of prices.

Registration are open!!!

by admin ~ September 5th, 2008

Dear visitors,

The 1st MED organisers are glad to announce that the registrations are now open.

if you would like to join us on this occasion, please click on the following link:


Regarding the registration process itself; you will have to register her first as a user of the Conftool system (where you will be asked to fill up contact information and to choose a user name and password) then, you will be requested to register her as a participant.

Once this is done, you will be able to choose which workshop and panels to attend as well as the means of payment (Credit card – Visa or MasterCard -, bank transfer and Cheque). There is also possibility to pay cash at the registration desk but it’s not accessible to the public. This is done upon request in the backoffice.

An invoice will be created automatically and you will receive a link to it through a confirmation e-mail but you will also be able to access it if you log in to Conftool.

If you have further questions about the registration process, do not hesitate to contact Mélissa Monaco at or

Call-for-papers and deadlines

by admin ~ September 5th, 2008

The Call-for-papers has been launched! You can download it by following this link.


– Deadline for presenting an Abstract: 24 july 2008; sent to

– Notification of acceptance within 7 days after reception,

– Full papers must be delivered by 15 september 2008 to

The invitation booklet is ready

by admin ~ September 5th, 2008

The invitation booklet of the conference is now available in English.

The Doctoral Workshop Document is can also be downloaded (PDF Document).

Welcome Message

by admin ~ September 5th, 2008

The Mediterranean region is home to two hundred and fifty million people.
It has been the cradle of many great civilisations over thousands of years, and, throughout history, many  different peoples, cultures and nations have come together here. A region of contrasts and, at times, dangers. With the awakening of Asia, this region will play a pivotal role in world affairs. The problems in the public sector preoccupy all the actors, be they on the public or private stage. So it is natural that EGPA and the University Paul Cézanne have chosen to organise the « First Euro Mediterranean Public Management Dialogue » in Aix-en-Provence.
The great city of Aix-en-Provence, founded by the Phoenicians, is the perfect setting for such a symposium. The work which has been done by the Euro Mediterranean partnership since 1995 and the creation of a
Mediterranean Union project show how opportune this dialogue is.
Our aim is to use this first get-together as an opportunity for practical exchanges, ideas, reflections and analyses pertinent to each of our countries from around the Mediterranean and to look at the challenges we face in common.
This First Euro Mediterranean Public Management Dialogue, in partnership with ENA, is directed at representatives, senior civil servants, all academics as well as the heads of large organisations involved in territorial development.

Prof. Robert Fouchet
Director of the Institute of Public Management and Territorial
President of the Organising Committee