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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Le role de l'Institut National du Patrimoine dans la lutte contre le trafic illicite des biens culturels: situation actuelle et defis Yasser Jrad (INP) gives their presentation in the third panel of the conference. Yasser Jrad 19 Dec 2017
2 La Carte Nationale Informatisee des Sites Archeologiques et des Monuments Historiques : Un projet strategique Naouel Selmi (INP) gives a talk for the third panel of the conference. The challenges and opportunities for protecting the past in Tunisia. Naouel Selmi 19 Dec 2017
3 Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa Robert Bewley (Director, EAMENA) gives a speech in the second panel of the conference: Setting the scene. Robert Bewley 19 Dec 2017
4 Conference Speech: Mohamed Ould Khattar (UNESCO World Heritage Centre - Arab States Unit) Mohamed Ould Khattar (UNESCO World Heritage Centre - Arab States Unit) gives a speech in the second panel of the conference; Setting the Scene. Mohamed Ould Khattar 19 Dec 2017
5 ICCROM's contribution to the safeguarding of endangered cultural heritage in the Arab region Zaki Aslan (Director, ICCROM-ATHAR Regional Conservation Centre in Sharjah) gives a talk in the second panel of the conference: Setting the Scene. Zaki Aslan 19 Dec 2017
6 Humanitarian non-state actors and the delocalised EU border of the Central Mediterranean Paolo Cuttitta looks at how different humanitarian non-state actors (from large-scale international organisations to small local NGOs) operate in different spaces of the delocalised EU border Paolo Cuttitta 04 Nov 2016
7 Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa A talk by Dr R.Bewley (Oxford) introducing the Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa project Robert Bewley 30 Mar 2016
8 Creative Commons FMR 39 Proud to be Tunisian Proud to be Tunisian. Elizabeth Eyster, Houda Chalchoul, Carole Lalève 08 May 2013
9 Creative Commons FMR 39 Migrants caught in crisis A number of new initiatives point to ways in which the international community, particularly governments, could help reduce the vulnerabilities of migrant workers during conflict and crisis situations. Brian Kelly 08 May 2013
10 Creative Commons FMR 39 Newly recognised humanitarian actors 'New' humanitarian leaders are growing in profile, impact and capacity. They need to be recognised as equals by the international humanitarian community. James Shaw-Hamilton 08 May 2013
11 Creative Commons FMR 39 An asylum spring in the new Libya? An asylum spring in the new Libya? Jean-François Durieux, Violeta Moreno-Lax, Marina Sharpe 08 May 2013
12 Creative Commons FMR 39 Protection for migrants after the Libyan Revolution Irregular and mixed migration is still of great concern in post-revolutionary Libya, made more complex by the securitisation of border control issues and the inherent challenges of an interim government consolidating its authority. Samuel Cheung 08 May 2013
13 Creative Commons FMR 39 The Dublin II Regulation makes the first safe country of refuge solely responsible for refugees and asylum seekers. In the case of Italy, the first responsible country has not been acting responsibly. Raffaela Puggioni 08 May 2013
14 Creative Commons FMR 39 From commitment to practice: the EU response The EU's response to events in North Africa in 2011 indicates that more is needed to translate a commitment to solidarity from limited aid and statements of principle into practical reality. Madeline Garlick, Joanne van Selm 08 May 2013
15 Creative Commons FMR 39 Looking beyond legal status to human need What humanitarians can expect more of in the future is more mixed flows defying rigid categorisation and calling for a humanitarian response based on common needs for assistance and protection. Tarak Bach Baouab, Hernan del Valle, Katharine Derderian, Aurelie Ponthieu 08 May 2013
16 Creative Commons FMR 39 Protecting and assisting migrants caught in crises The 2011 Libya crisis brought into sharp focus how global migration patterns are re-defining the range and type of needs and vulnerabilities of persons affected by a humanitarian crisis. Mohammed Abdiker, Angela Sherwood 08 May 2013
17 Creative Commons FMR 39 We are not all Egyptian For many refugees in Egypt the weeks of the revolution were marked by isolation, fear and brutality. In the aftermath of the revolution, the promise of greater freedom has not yet been extended to refugees. Martin Jones 08 May 2013
18 Creative Commons FMR 39 Dispossession and displacement in Libya Inability to access pre-displacement housing, land and property poses a significant obstacle to the achievement of durable solutions for most IDPs in Libya. Displacement and dispossession cannot be separated from the legacy of the Gaddafi era. Rhodri C Williams 08 May 2013
19 Creative Commons FMR 39 Resettlement is needed for refugees in Tunisia With Tunisia experiencing wide-ranging political, social and economic change, there is an imperative need to alleviate the burden of hosting people fleeing Libya who are unable to return to their countries of origin. Amaya Valcárcel 08 May 2013
20 Creative Commons FMR 39 Local hosting and transnational identity Tunisian people, rather than their government, led the response to the humanitarian crisis when Libyans started their own revolt and people starting fleeing across the border. Katherine E Hoffman 08 May 2013
21 Creative Commons FMR 39 The bittersweet return home Migrants left Libya in haste and in fear for their lives. A rapid international response saved lives and facilitated the return home but a premature return may have some unwelcome repercussions. Asmita Naik, Frank Laczko 08 May 2013
22 Creative Commons FMR 39 Legal protection frameworks The large-scale displacement associated with the recent popular uprisings in North Africa both reinforces and challenges the role of legal protection mechanisms. Tamara Wood 08 May 2013
23 Creative Commons FMR 39 Bordering on a crisis While the phenomenon of 'mixed migratory flows' has long been recognised, this was the first time it applied to a large-scale displacement. It required a coordinated humanitarian response for a large and diverse group of displaced persons. Guido Ambroso 08 May 2013
24 Creative Commons FMR 39 Migration and revolution The Arab Spring has not radically transformed migration patterns in the Mediterranean, and the label 'migration crisis' does not do justice to the composite and stratified reality. Hein de Haas, Nando Sigona 08 May 2013
25 Creative Commons FMR 39 Broadening our perspective Broadening our perspective, remarks from the IOM Director General. William Lacy Swing 08 May 2013
26 Creative Commons FMR 39 Positive lessons from the Arab Spring Positive lessons from the Arab Spring. António Guterres 08 May 2013
27 Creative Commons FMR 39 From the editors From the editors. Editors 08 May 2013
28 Revolution and Jihad in North Africa and the Sahel Professor Jean-Pierre Filiu uses his diplomatic experience and research to discuss Revolution and Jihad in North Africa and the Sahel. Jean-Pierre Filiu 02 May 2013
29 Creative Commons The Impact of European Court of Human Rights' Decisions and Turkish Code Reforms Pertaining to the Headscarf on Islamist Women in Turkey: Enabling Emancipation or Legitimizing Discrimination? Sarah Ficher, (American University), gives a talk for the Legal Reform and Political Change Affecting Women in the MENA Region held on Tuesday 12 June, 2012 in St Antony's College. Sarah Ficher 20 Jul 2012
30 Creative Commons Before the 'Days of Rage': Registers of Bahraini Women's Activism Part of the Legal Reform and Political Change Affecting Women in the MENA Region conference: Politicizing Women and Women's Issues by Nova Robinson (Rutgers University, the State University of New Jersey). Nova Robinson 13 Jun 2012
31 Creative Commons Changing state-society relations in Morocco through family law reform: 'the state enters the home of the citizen'. Part of the Legal Reform and Political Change Affecting Women in the MENA Region conference: Legal Reforms in Theory and Practice by Dörthe Engelcke (University of Oxford):. Dörthe Engelcke 13 Jun 2012
32 North Africa in Transition: Mobility, Forced Migration and Humanitarian Crises: Session 2 This workshop provided a space for interested academics, practitioners and policy makers to critically engage with the evolving contemporary crises in North Africa. Dawn Chatty, Julien Brachet, Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, Philip Marfleet 11 May 2011
33 North Africa in Transition: Mobility, Forced Migration and Humanitarian Crises: Session 1 This workshop provided a space for interested academics, practitioners and policy makers to critically engage with the evolving contemporary crises in North Africa. Dawn Chatty, Julien Brachet, Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, Philip Marfleet 11 May 2011