EU High Level Public Debates: “Civil Society contributions to the EU Integration and migration policies”

EU High Level Public Debates: “Civil Society contributions to the EU Integration and migration policies”

The EU High level public debates’ “Civil Society contributions to the EU Integration and migration policies”, a 3 day debate journey, which brought together more than 85 participants from 12 European countries (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, Sweden, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Portugal, Spain, Greece and Slovakia), conducted on 13-16 March 2022 in Brussels, Belgium

High Level debate was conducted on the theme of integration, inclusion of youth and vulnerable groups (migrants, minorities and refugees) in ensuring more inclusive and sustainable society to examine questions like countering violent extremism, racism and xenophobia, policy making in EU, the role civil society in cohesion and integration policy, education and Intercultural dialogue.…

Long Term Euro-Mediterranean Capacity Building in the field of youth

Long Term Euro-Mediterranean Capacity Building in the field of youth

Call for committed EuroMed youth workers

Euro-Mediterranean youth work for Intercultural democratic citizenship Preventing Polarisation

The long term project includes a 10-month programme directed towards the capacity building and competence development of youth work professionals, youth leaders, community mediators and educators (from formal and non-formal sectors) that are directly working at the local level with groups of young people addressing extreme polarisation dynamics.…

Youth work preventing polarisation… successfully completed

 

In frames of the “Youth work Preventing Polarisation” project, a six-day residential mobility of Euro-Mediterranean youth workers took place in November 2021 near Tarragona.

The project, supported by the Erasmus+ programme, brought together a group of 24 youth work professionals from partner organizations in Estonia, Germany, Italy, Jordan Lebanon, the Netherlands, Tunisia and Turkey for an interactive residential course in order to analyze the polarization of communities in the Euro-Mediterranean context.