Casa Mediterráneo is a public consortium led by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation (MAUEC as per the Spanish acronym) with collaboration from the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID as per the Spanish acronym), the government of the Valencian Community, the Alicante City Council, the Benidorm City Council and the Alicante Provincial Council.

Founded in 2009, Casa Mediterráneo is a major public diplomacy instrument whose main goal is to foster mutual knowledge and to bring Spain and the other Mediterranean countries closer togehther on different areas such as culture, economy, climate change, gender equality or scientific and technological innovation.

Its headquarters are in Alicante, a city that is closely related to the Mediterranean countries due to its location, history, economy, culture and society.

Casa Mediterráneo, along with Casa América, Casa Asia, Casa África, Casa Árabe and Centro Sefarad-Israel, belongs to the group of institutions called Red de Casas, created by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation.

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