EUROMED POLICE STRATEGY
This document is a summary of the Euromed Strategy to increase Citizens Security. The original document has been endorsed on 6th September 2017 during the 2nd Euromed Police High Level Meeting held in The Hague.
Engish summary: Euromed Police Strategy_Summary_EN
EUROPEAN NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICY – ENPI INFO CENTRE
The European Union works with its southern and eastern neighbours to promote peace, stability and economic prosperity in the whole region. Through the European Neighbourhood Policy, the EU supports political and economic reforms in Europe’s neighbouring countries.
Euromed Police is part of this EU strategy towards its Southern Neighbourhood, which includes ten partner countries: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine* , Syria and Tunisia.
You can find more information on the European Neighbourhood Policy on the ENPI Info centre
RELEVANT PROJECTS AND INITIATIVES IN THE FIELD OF JUSTICE, SECURITY AND COUNTER-TERRORISM
SECURITY SECTOR REFORM (SSR)
Security Sector Reform is the process of transforming a country’s security system so that it gradually provides individuals and the state with more effective and accountable security in a manner consistent with respect for human rights, democracy, the rule of law and the principles of good governance.
The document “ Elements for an EU-wide strategic framework to support security sector reform” is a Joint Communication from the European Parliament and the Council (July 2016).
EUROPEAN EXTERNAL ACTION SERVICE (EEAS)
The EEAS is the European Union’s diplomatic service. The EEAS relies on an extensive network of delegations, including representations in the Partner Countries of the Euromed Police project.