MedPAN is hiring its futur Projects Officer Assistant for a non-permanent and part-time contract of 8 months as of 22 April 2019. See the job description here (in French and English) Deadline for sending your application is 12 April 2019.
There is a job vacancy position of Fishery Officer at the General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean Secretariat in Rome. Deadline to send your application: 7 May 2019 Get more info about the job.
ENI CBC Med which finances cooperation projects for a more competitive, innovative, inclusive and sustainable Mediterranean area, is launching its call for strategic projects. Project proposals shall be submitted before 3 July 2019 (13:00 CET) only through the online application
The association for the sustainable financing of Mediterranean MPAs (M2PA) has launched a request for proposals for a study on Mediterranean Conservation Trust Fund design & operational guidelines. This service is funded by the GEF project executed by M2PA and entitled
The Association for the sustainable financing of Mediterranean MPAs is issuing a Request for Proposals to design a #Mediterranean Conservation Trust Fund and to develop operational guidelines. Terms of reference: https://we.tl/t-fczVYHCYg1 Deadline for submission: 24 March 2019
MedPAN is relaunching its specific Call for Small Projects on habitat mapping to cover all eligible regions (see map below). The MPAs eligible to this call must be located in one of these 4 sub-regions: Alboran Sea, Strait of Sicily/Tunisia,
MedPAN (the network of Marine Protected Areas’ managers in the Mediterranean) brings together managers of marine protected areas in the Mediterranean and support them in their management activities. As part of this activity, MedPAN organises each year in a different
MedPAN launches today a call for tender for a consultant that will be responsible for drafting a policy document in the framework if the DestiMED project. Aimed at local and national decision-makers, this argued and brief document (around 5 pages)
As global experience in managing MPAs is increasing, it is becoming more and more evident that MPAs provide benefits beyond biodiversity conservation. Some of these benefits are more understood and studied than others; in particular the information available on the