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Western Mediterannean

The Western Mediterranean Sea Project (PMO) is an ASPnet education project between Andorra, Algeria, France, Italy, Malta, Morocco, Tunisia, and Spain designed around Natural Heritage, Cultural Heritage and the Mediterranean people, with emphasis on Euro-Arab dialogue. 

The PMO, which uses French as its language of communication, brings together schools from two continents, promotes cultural diversity and benefits from private sponsorship.

Teachers and students in the PMO have worked on themes as diverse as Ethnography (the peoples of the Mediterranean); Water (the source of life); Habitat (Cultural heritage and landscape); Biodiversity (Natural heritage) along with renewable energy and artistic expression.

The sixth co-ordinators meeting of the PMO was held from 10-13 September 2004 in Valencia, Spain.

2004 - UNESCO