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          Conclusions and Recommendations 
 
 
At  the  end  of  the  deliberations,  participants  made  the  following 
recommendations:  
 
Studies and data about youth  
 
Update  the  study  using  recent  data  and  articles  on  youth  issue  and  their 
involvement  in  the  development  process,  and  expand  the  bibliographic 
research  to  include  autonomous  scientific  publications  in  order  to  complete 
and  qualify  as  much  as  possible  the  existing  data  and  figures,  and  some 
statements  about  the  role  of  the  family  or  of  tradition  and  their  influence  on 
youth life.  
 
Carry  out  specific  studies  about  North  African  countries  in  order  to  better 
identify the issues which are difficult to identify in a general overview. 
 
Create a Special Fund to help North African youth integrate the labour market.  
 
Youth participation 
 
In economic life 
Carry out information, communication and sensitization campaigns for  youth  
in  order  to  inform  them  about  existing  support  mechanisms    in  terms  of  
training  but  also  in  terms  of  support  to  creating  and  funding  their  own 
business.  

Intervene both before and after the creation of the company since an efficient 
support  mechanism  starts  at  the  l  pre‐creation  level  and  goes  on  to  the  first 
years of the young company's existence.  
 
Focus on the geographic location of the interventions to ensure that they do 
benefit to youth in rural areas.  
 
Create  a  national  youth  accompanying  mechanism  and  not  only  an 
administrative structure supporting the funding of initiatives. The mechanism 
could rely on three major actors:  
 
   • a structure management agent  like the  Young Entrepreneur Center 
   • Young Entrepreneur Centers dedicated to supporting young people with 
      a commitment to produce results 
   • committed banks 
 
Protect youth from the exploitation of their talents by associations which aim 
to promote youth professional insertion  
 

Social policies 
Acknowledge youth participation in political life, economic life and community 
life at the normative level.  
Establish recognized mechanisms at the highest possible level, for an inclusive 
participation  of  the  youth,  adolescents  and  civil  society  in  general  to  the 
process  of  elaboration  and  implementation  of  youth  "multisectoral"  laws  and 
policies.  

Include youth and adolescents’ participation in national and local development 
plans, while acknowledging that participation is an objective within the context 
of socio‐political transition in North Africa.  
Make  sure  that  social  budgets  are  allocated  to  ensure  the  participation  of 
adolescents and youth.   

Invest in youth leadership and in the democratization process and involve the 
youth in political life.  

Reinforce  research  on  adolescents  and  youth  rights,  mainly  the  most 
marginalized ones.  

Progress  towards  gender  equality  by  encouraging  the  participation  of  North 
African young women in decision‐making, at all levels.  

Favour  the  institutionalization  of  participation  through  the  elaborations  of 
standards and norms related to adolescents and youth participation, namely in 
departments in charge of adolescents’ and youth protection.  

Formulate  and  implement  laws,  policies  and  programs  in  order  to  promote 
volunteering.  

Design  programs  to  mobilize  and  promote  the  participation  and  socio‐
professional inclusion of adolescents and marginalized young people.  

Facilitate the access to funding for the job‐creating young, in particular in the 
most fragile groups (young  women, young delinquents,  young people without 
diplomas, youth with special needs, etc.) 

Deploy special efforts to change the media policies in order to reinforce youth 
participation in society.  

 
Capacity building in the adolescents and youth sector 
Ensure strengthening the capacities of governments, international agencies, the 
media, the private sector and youth for their effective participation in society. 
Share  experiences  between  North  African  countries  and  other  regions  of  the 
world, by organizing an Annual Forum on Development, Adolescents and Youth 
Participation. 

Organize meetings between youth and policy makers in the the North Africa to 
listen directly to the youth demands and expectations 

Inform and sensitize the population on the right to participatory citizenship in 
order to enhance the role of adolescents and youth in society.  

Favor  the  training  on  citizenship  and  on  adolescents  and  youth  participation 
within  schools,  at  the  family  level,  in  civil  society  organisations,  in  the  media, 
and in public sectors and services.   

Establish  information,  listening,  orientation  and  training  mechanisms  for 
youth, with a particular focus on the most vulnerable, to help them meet their 
needs to participate to the life of their community. 

Youth associations  
Strengthen  networking  of  youth  associations  and  groups  in  North  Africa  to 
foster relations, and exchange of information and experiences.  
Encourage the creation of adolescents and youth associations and groups and 
contribute to promoting their effective functioning.. 

Reinforce  coordination  between  adolescents  and  youth  associations  at  the 
national  and  regional  level  through  networks,  federations,  local,  national  and 
regional councils, and students committees.   

Create a North African Fund for community work and youth participation, with 
the  collaboration  of  governments,  regional  cooperation  agencies  and  the 
private sector.  

  
Youth and sustainable development  
Sensitize youth on sustainable development by organizing citizenship seminars 
in schools and in the education system in general.  
Youth  need  to  get  organised  and  look  for  information,  as  the  present 
educational systems in Africa do not prepare them for the new green economy 
jobs.  
Reinforce youth capacities in order to allow them seize available opportunities 
related  to  sustainable  development  and  to  green  economy,  including  the 
reform of educational systems.  
Establish adequate mechanisms which integrate youth organizations as actors 
in  decision  ‐making,  as  well  as  in  strategic  planning  and  program 
implementation processes.  
Use  youth  networking  capacities  to  launch  and  implement  sensitization 
activities on sustainable development.  
Promote the exchange of experiences between countries.  
 
Youth sexual and reproductive health  
Strengthen advocacy on the importance of sexuality and sexual health rights in 
people’s  life  (including  youth  and  adolescents)  for  decision‐makers,  religious 
leaders  and  opinion  leaders,  and  support  integrated  approaches  for  the 
institutionalization of sexual education.   
Increase  information and sensitization about youth‘s sexual and reproductive 
health rights, including HIV/AIDS prevention and gender‐based violence,  with 
a bigger participation and implication of youth and the media, and  particular 
emphasis on the most vulnerable groups in rural and peri‐urban zones.  
Ensure  easy  access  to  information,  prevention  and  care  for  vulnerable  youth 
with  relation  to  SRH,  including  HIV/AIDS;  and  fight  against  gender‐based 
stigmatization and discrimination.  
Share  the  good  practices  and  experiences  in  the  area  of  SRH  services  (health 
centers dedicated to the youth), and SRH protection rights protection for youth,  
through using  networks of civil society  and peer educators. 
 
Youth and Employment  
Exploit the use of "Solidarity Economy" and promote cooperatives / associations; 
 
Invest  in  new  markets  and  in  research  and  development,  as  well  as  in  green 
jobs; 
 
Hold accountable education institutions and foster a creative educational that 
supports entrepreneurship; 
 
Strengthen programs for the integration of youth who are first job seekers; 
 
Promote  a  MORE  participatory  employment  policy  based  on  an  integrated 
approach that links together education, jobs skills and youth development; 
 
Strengthen  strategic  incentives  for  employers  to  involve  and  train  young 
professionals; 
 
Promote  the  production  of  detailed  employment  statistics  that  are 
disaggregated by age / gender /vulnerability, etc, so as to facilitate monitoring 
and evaluation; 
 
Establish centers of young entrepreneurs who provide training and assistance 
to young people, including helping them develop bankable business plans, and 
located in urban and rural areas, while providing a safe place for young women 
 
Youth and Regional Integration  
Organize youth networks at the national level to ensure a better participation 
in programs and activities related to regional integration; 
 
Ensure that North Africa regional institutions,  including UMA, take into 
consideration the new dynamics created by the youth in the region, so as to 
further involve them  in the formulation and implementation processes of 
inclusive policies, strategies and programmes;  
 
Give a greater role to NGOs, employers' organizations and other civil society 
actors to foster greater economic interdependence and convergence of 
interests, so as to influence the integration agenda, particularly with regard to 
mobility of people and goods 
 
Youth, the Media and Social Networks 
    Revisit the role of the media in the sub‐region to promote greater participation 
    of youth people, both qualitatively and quantitatively. This presupposes the 
    real strengthening of media institutions, both public and private, official and 
    independent; 
     
    Urge the media to respect, as institutions, the profession's rules of conduct and 
    ethics;  
     
    Help bridge the digital divide that some countries in the region and a number of 
    social groups‐  including youth are still facing; and seek the best way and 
    means to help them gain access to information and communications 
    technologies and benefit from the facilities they offer;  
     
    Recognise the skills of youth in relation to social networks and put them to 
    contribution; 
     
    Put at the disposal of youth in Arabic‐ which is the language most spoken in the 
    subregion ‐ the existing wealth of internet training material material , including 
    that available on You Tube; 
     
    Set up a Maghreb Observatory of Laws so that young people can make the 
    necessary monitoring and ensure that they are involved in the preparation of 
    these laws before they are enacted; 
     
     Put in place a "Post Revolution Observatory on Youth and the Media" whose 
    purpose would be to undertake advocacy work for the sensitization of all social 
    actors as to the need to involve young people and boost their leadership in the 
    development process. 
 

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Recommendations forum youth english

  • 1.     Conclusions and Recommendations      At  the  end  of  the  deliberations,  participants  made  the  following  recommendations:     Studies and data about youth     Update  the  study  using  recent  data  and  articles  on  youth  issue  and  their  involvement  in  the  development  process,  and  expand  the  bibliographic  research  to  include  autonomous  scientific  publications  in  order  to  complete  and  qualify  as  much  as  possible  the  existing  data  and  figures,  and  some  statements  about  the  role  of  the  family  or  of  tradition  and  their  influence  on  youth life.     Carry  out  specific  studies  about  North  African  countries  in  order  to  better  identify the issues which are difficult to identify in a general overview.    Create a Special Fund to help North African youth integrate the labour market.    
  • 2. Youth participation    In economic life  Carry out information, communication and sensitization campaigns for  youth   in  order  to  inform  them  about  existing  support  mechanisms    in  terms  of   training  but  also  in  terms  of  support  to  creating  and  funding  their  own  business.   Intervene both before and after the creation of the company since an efficient  support  mechanism  starts  at  the  l  pre‐creation  level  and  goes  on  to  the  first  years of the young company's existence.     Focus on the geographic location of the interventions to ensure that they do  benefit to youth in rural areas.     Create  a  national  youth  accompanying  mechanism  and  not  only  an  administrative structure supporting the funding of initiatives. The mechanism  could rely on three major actors:     • a structure management agent  like the  Young Entrepreneur Center  • Young Entrepreneur Centers dedicated to supporting young people with  a commitment to produce results  • committed banks    Protect youth from the exploitation of their talents by associations which aim  to promote youth professional insertion     Social policies  Acknowledge youth participation in political life, economic life and community  life at the normative level.   Establish recognized mechanisms at the highest possible level, for an inclusive  participation  of  the  youth,  adolescents  and  civil  society  in  general  to  the  process  of  elaboration  and  implementation  of  youth  "multisectoral"  laws  and  policies.   Include youth and adolescents’ participation in national and local development  plans, while acknowledging that participation is an objective within the context  of socio‐political transition in North Africa.  
  • 3. Make  sure  that  social  budgets  are  allocated  to  ensure  the  participation  of  adolescents and youth.    Invest in youth leadership and in the democratization process and involve the  youth in political life.   Reinforce  research  on  adolescents  and  youth  rights,  mainly  the  most  marginalized ones.   Progress  towards  gender  equality  by  encouraging  the  participation  of  North  African young women in decision‐making, at all levels.   Favour  the  institutionalization  of  participation  through  the  elaborations  of  standards and norms related to adolescents and youth participation, namely in  departments in charge of adolescents’ and youth protection.   Formulate  and  implement  laws,  policies  and  programs  in  order  to  promote  volunteering.   Design  programs  to  mobilize  and  promote  the  participation  and  socio‐ professional inclusion of adolescents and marginalized young people.   Facilitate the access to funding for the job‐creating young, in particular in the  most fragile groups (young  women, young delinquents,  young people without  diplomas, youth with special needs, etc.)  Deploy special efforts to change the media policies in order to reinforce youth  participation in society.    
  • 4. Capacity building in the adolescents and youth sector  Ensure strengthening the capacities of governments, international agencies, the  media, the private sector and youth for their effective participation in society.  Share  experiences  between  North  African  countries  and  other  regions  of  the  world, by organizing an Annual Forum on Development, Adolescents and Youth  Participation.  Organize meetings between youth and policy makers in the the North Africa to  listen directly to the youth demands and expectations  Inform and sensitize the population on the right to participatory citizenship in  order to enhance the role of adolescents and youth in society.   Favor  the  training  on  citizenship  and  on  adolescents  and  youth  participation  within  schools,  at  the  family  level,  in  civil  society  organisations,  in  the  media,  and in public sectors and services.    Establish  information,  listening,  orientation  and  training  mechanisms  for  youth, with a particular focus on the most vulnerable, to help them meet their  needs to participate to the life of their community.  Youth associations   Strengthen  networking  of  youth  associations  and  groups  in  North  Africa  to  foster relations, and exchange of information and experiences.   Encourage the creation of adolescents and youth associations and groups and  contribute to promoting their effective functioning..  Reinforce  coordination  between  adolescents  and  youth  associations  at  the  national  and  regional  level  through  networks,  federations,  local,  national  and  regional councils, and students committees.    Create a North African Fund for community work and youth participation, with  the  collaboration  of  governments,  regional  cooperation  agencies  and  the  private sector.     
  • 5. Youth and sustainable development   Sensitize youth on sustainable development by organizing citizenship seminars  in schools and in the education system in general.   Youth  need  to  get  organised  and  look  for  information,  as  the  present  educational systems in Africa do not prepare them for the new green economy  jobs.   Reinforce youth capacities in order to allow them seize available opportunities  related  to  sustainable  development  and  to  green  economy,  including  the  reform of educational systems.   Establish adequate mechanisms which integrate youth organizations as actors  in  decision  ‐making,  as  well  as  in  strategic  planning  and  program  implementation processes.   Use  youth  networking  capacities  to  launch  and  implement  sensitization  activities on sustainable development.   Promote the exchange of experiences between countries.     Youth sexual and reproductive health   Strengthen advocacy on the importance of sexuality and sexual health rights in  people’s  life  (including  youth  and  adolescents)  for  decision‐makers,  religious  leaders  and  opinion  leaders,  and  support  integrated  approaches  for  the  institutionalization of sexual education.    Increase  information and sensitization about youth‘s sexual and reproductive  health rights, including HIV/AIDS prevention and gender‐based violence,  with  a bigger participation and implication of youth and the media, and  particular  emphasis on the most vulnerable groups in rural and peri‐urban zones.   Ensure  easy  access  to  information,  prevention  and  care  for  vulnerable  youth  with  relation  to  SRH,  including  HIV/AIDS;  and  fight  against  gender‐based  stigmatization and discrimination.   Share  the  good  practices  and  experiences  in  the  area  of  SRH  services  (health  centers dedicated to the youth), and SRH protection rights protection for youth,   through using  networks of civil society  and peer educators.   
  • 6. Youth and Employment   Exploit the use of "Solidarity Economy" and promote cooperatives / associations;    Invest  in  new  markets  and  in  research  and  development,  as  well  as  in  green  jobs;    Hold accountable education institutions and foster a creative educational that  supports entrepreneurship;    Strengthen programs for the integration of youth who are first job seekers;    Promote  a  MORE  participatory  employment  policy  based  on  an  integrated  approach that links together education, jobs skills and youth development;    Strengthen  strategic  incentives  for  employers  to  involve  and  train  young  professionals;    Promote  the  production  of  detailed  employment  statistics  that  are  disaggregated by age / gender /vulnerability, etc, so as to facilitate monitoring  and evaluation;    Establish centers of young entrepreneurs who provide training and assistance  to young people, including helping them develop bankable business plans, and  located in urban and rural areas, while providing a safe place for young women    Youth and Regional Integration   Organize youth networks at the national level to ensure a better participation  in programs and activities related to regional integration;    Ensure that North Africa regional institutions,  including UMA, take into  consideration the new dynamics created by the youth in the region, so as to  further involve them  in the formulation and implementation processes of  inclusive policies, strategies and programmes;     Give a greater role to NGOs, employers' organizations and other civil society  actors to foster greater economic interdependence and convergence of  interests, so as to influence the integration agenda, particularly with regard to  mobility of people and goods   
  • 7. Youth, the Media and Social Networks  Revisit the role of the media in the sub‐region to promote greater participation  of youth people, both qualitatively and quantitatively. This presupposes the  real strengthening of media institutions, both public and private, official and  independent;    Urge the media to respect, as institutions, the profession's rules of conduct and  ethics;     Help bridge the digital divide that some countries in the region and a number of  social groups‐  including youth are still facing; and seek the best way and  means to help them gain access to information and communications  technologies and benefit from the facilities they offer;     Recognise the skills of youth in relation to social networks and put them to  contribution;    Put at the disposal of youth in Arabic‐ which is the language most spoken in the  subregion ‐ the existing wealth of internet training material material , including  that available on You Tube;    Set up a Maghreb Observatory of Laws so that young people can make the  necessary monitoring and ensure that they are involved in the preparation of  these laws before they are enacted;     Put in place a "Post Revolution Observatory on Youth and the Media" whose  purpose would be to undertake advocacy work for the sensitization of all social  actors as to the need to involve young people and boost their leadership in the  development process.