SVI.MED.- EuroMediterranean Center for the Sustainable Development- is a no profit Organization providing for the respect and the safeguard of cultural and environmental heritage, according to the Goteborg Sustainable Development Strategy. Hence, it aims at supporting the processes of sustainable development of the territory, through the active collaboration of the Institutions and the Local and Regional bodies, in order to implement processes of development within the European Mediterranean space. Since many years, SVIMED has created national and international networks, by implementing good practices, producing decisional support tools, transferring know-how and elaborating and sharing strategies and models of development drawing on the 1995 Barcellona Declaration that contemplates: “Turning the Euro-mediterranean area into a common space of peace, stability and prosperity through the strengthening of political dialogue, the understanding between cultures and the promotion of social, cultural and human partnerships for developing the human resources and promoting the exchanges among civil societies.” SVIMED invests energies and resources in sustaining, through concrete actions, the European policies of cohesion and the effectiveness of the Goteborg Sustainable Development Strategy, through the research, promotion, exploitation and the safeguard of the resources and the environmental and cultural heritage, in a vision of sustainable and harmonic development of territories.

The main objectives are:

• To sustain the social and territorial cohesion
• To contribute to the protection of the environmental resources and cultural heritage
• To integrate competitiveness and protection of the environment
• To strengthen the international cooperation
• To open virtuous and sustainable debates on development.
• To dialogue with Mediterranean Countries facing joint cultural and environmental challenges.

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