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Young Mediterranean Voices

  1. 1. ANNA LINDH FOUNDATION: The Hub for intercultural dialogue in the Mediterranean Co-funded by: Rabat, 21 February 2018
  2. 2. A GLOBAL NETWORK OF LOCAL CIVIL SOCIETY HUBS 173,000+ civil society leaders and practitioners involved in intercultural action. 620,000+ people reached through cultural events and public debates. 100,000+ young people engaged in debate activities in the Southern Mediterranean. 42,000 people from 30 countries surveyed for 3 Intercultural Trends research. 42 Euro- Mediterranean countries
  3. 3. OUR ACTION Research and Policy Voice Invest in a Generation Network Connect
  4. 4. YOUNG MEDITERRANEAN VOICES “The EU will support the second phase of the Young Arab Voices programme (now expanded to cover the Euro- Mediterranean region) to deepen the dialogue between young leaders and civil society representatives and counter extremism and violent radicalisation.” Joint Communica,on to the European Parliament and the Council: “Towards an EU strategy for interna,onal cultural rela,ons” (8/6/2016)
  5. 5. YOUNG MEDITERRANEAN VOICES: THEORY OF CHANGE
  6. 6. YOUNG MEDITERRANEAN VOICES Skills for dialogue and debate | Leadershsip and advocacy capacity Youth inclusion in decision-making processes |Exchange opportuniNes POLICY MEDIA NARRATIVES
  7. 7. YOUNG MEDITERRANEAN VOICES
  8. 8. YOUNG MEDITERRANEAN VOICES
  9. 9. WORKING THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS LARGE-SCALE IMPACT SUSTAINABILITY FUNDING
  10. 10. 2017 INTERCULTURAL TRENDS ANALYSIS •  PosiNve percepNons of the Mediterranean region outscore negaNve ones. •  Tolerance of those from different cultural backgrounds exceeds 60%. •  The key qualiNes associated with defining the Mediterranean region are shared history, shared heritage, and shared way of life.
  11. 11. 2017 INTERCULTURAL TRENDS ANALYSIS Investment in youth-led initiative and education
  12. 12. 2017 INTERCULTURAL TRENDS ANALYSIS Migration: an issue but not the most important
  13. 13. 2017 INTERCULTURAL TRENDS ANALYSIS A common Euro-Med project in response to covering expectations

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