Chairman: Brahim Fassi Fihri
EuroMeSCo "liaison officer": Amine Amara
The Amadeus Institute is a Moroccan independent think tank created in 2008 and based in Rabat, Morocco. The institution is an exceptional network composed of Moroccan and international experts and decision makers in the fields of business, diplomacy and policy making and a platform of exchanges, meetings and South-South cooperation. It is a centre of expertise, reflection, consultation and policy recommendations, and its goal is to be a model research centre, carrying the voice of the South.
Areas of work
- International security
- Strategy and policy making
Objectives of the Euromed/Middle East programme(s)
The objective of the Amadeus institute is that through such initiatives as the international MEDays Forum, that emerging countries can gather more and advance further. The Institute wants to analyse major trends that will affect bilateral and multilateral ties between Morocco and its partners in the South; to promote debate so as to bring new solutions to issues facing the South by encouraging collaboration between governments, the private sector, civil society and policy makers; and to produce recommendations on strategic issues and challenges with a Moroccan, Mediterranean, Maghrebian and African vision of the world.
Publications and activities
At the initiative of the CAP, AI issued numerous scientific reports and GEOPOLITIK, a bimonthly review with free access on the net and distributed on paper format to most important policy makers in Morocco.
6, Rue Annassime, Sect. 9 Bloc I, Hay Riad
10100, Rabat - Morocco
Tel : +212 (0)537 71 70 82 / 40 59
Website : www.amadeusonline.org