2013

"4D Women's Empowerment!"

Partners
SEDAQ (South Egypt Development Agency), Egypt
Granted Amount
€29500
Year of Grant
National Network

The project aims at empowering women from rural and underdeveloped areas in Bulgaria and Egypt and making a comparative analysis about the situation of women in the two Euro-Med countries. Our project idea is to encourage women to take active part in the democratic life of their countries, to freely exercise their civil rights and to show their diversity, knowledge and skills. Through the project we will also promote the two partner country cultures through cultural study visits for women and contests for children and youth.

Direct Beneficiaries
200
Indirect Beneficiaries
450
More Information
Duration
-
Partners
SEDAQ (South Egypt Development Agency), Egypt
Granted Amount
€29500
Year of Grant
National Network

The project aims at empowering women from rural and underdeveloped areas in Bulgaria and Egypt and making a comparative analysis about the situation of women in the two Euro-Med countries. Our project idea is to encourage women to take active part in the democratic life of their countries, to freely exercise their civil rights and to show their diversity, knowledge and skills. Through the project we will also promote the two partner country cultures through cultural study visits for women and contests for children and youth.

Direct Beneficiaries
200
Indirect Beneficiaries
450
More Information
Duration
-

"Women for Democratic (R)evolution"

Partners
Arteria Association – Poland
Darb 1718 - Egypt
Granted Amount
€29000
Year of Grant
National Network

Women for Democratic (R)evolution is an interdisciplinary project consisting of intercultural and comics workshops, cultural activities, exhibitions and publications of participants’ works created within the workshops. The aim of the project is to emphasize the role of women in public sphere and civil society through art. The project started in November in Gdańsk. The basis of the project were 5-day comics workshops directed at 30 participants ( young women) from Poland and Egypt led by 3 artists from both countries. Their reflections on the topic were presented in comics they created. The introduction to comics workshops was 1-day intercultural workshop for participants and artists led by Polish and Egyptian experts. Open discussion on democracy, human rights, equality and diversity helped participants understand better the project’s key theme and strengthen their artistic expression. The effect of the project is an exhibition and online publications. The exhibition has already been shown in Gdańsk and in the following months it will be shown in Cracow, Poznan, Wroclaw and Cairo in cooperation with ALF members. The project is developed together with Arteria Association (Poland) and Darb 1718 (Egypt) and is a part of the 8th Festival of World Cultures “Window onto the world”.

The project will help participants to develop community awareness and active involvement in social and democratic processes. They are also to gain skills to express freely their views in artistic works. The project will also act as a space for interaction between individuals from countries with young democratic background.

Duration
-
Partners
Arteria Association – Poland
Darb 1718 - Egypt
Granted Amount
€29000
Year of Grant
National Network

Women for Democratic (R)evolution is an interdisciplinary project consisting of intercultural and comics workshops, cultural activities, exhibitions and publications of participants’ works created within the workshops. The aim of the project is to emphasize the role of women in public sphere and civil society through art. The project started in November in Gdańsk. The basis of the project were 5-day comics workshops directed at 30 participants ( young women) from Poland and Egypt led by 3 artists from both countries. Their reflections on the topic were presented in comics they created. The introduction to comics workshops was 1-day intercultural workshop for participants and artists led by Polish and Egyptian experts. Open discussion on democracy, human rights, equality and diversity helped participants understand better the project’s key theme and strengthen their artistic expression. The effect of the project is an exhibition and online publications. The exhibition has already been shown in Gdańsk and in the following months it will be shown in Cracow, Poznan, Wroclaw and Cairo in cooperation with ALF members. The project is developed together with Arteria Association (Poland) and Darb 1718 (Egypt) and is a part of the 8th Festival of World Cultures “Window onto the world”.

The project will help participants to develop community awareness and active involvement in social and democratic processes. They are also to gain skills to express freely their views in artistic works. The project will also act as a space for interaction between individuals from countries with young democratic background.

Duration
-

Across the sea

Partners
AMIS, Italy
ACTIVE VISION, Israel
THE GEMINARIE GROUP, Malta
APDHA, Spain
Granted Amount
€30000
Year of Grant
National Network

The present project is aimed at outlining the comprehensive dimension of migration from Southern to Northern shores, with the long term goal of enhancing intercultural dialogue, empowering migrants and fostering alternative narratives and perception about migration.
A group of media experts have visited selected destinations in the Mediterranean: Malta, Israel, Tunis, Andalucia, and collected stories interviewing migrants. The objective is mapping the migration routes passing through those place. The narration of routes will allow people to understand reasons for migration, therefore contributing to undermine prejudices, to enhance mutual understanding and intercultural dialogue. The documentaries will be the base for 3 seminars, with 60 multipliers, 5 public events in Italy and Israel and a web based campaign and 4 advocacy meetings with local authorities.

The project will contribute to enhancing intercultural dialogue in the Mediterranean area, fostering mutual knowledge and relationships between the two shores, working on a specific sensitive issue that creates divisions and conflicts: the increasing presence of immigrants. The project will create media products which work as a tool for raising awareness and fighting prejudices and discriminations.

Direct Beneficiaries
420
Indirect Beneficiaries
34000
Duration
-
Partners
AMIS, Italy
ACTIVE VISION, Israel
THE GEMINARIE GROUP, Malta
APDHA, Spain
Granted Amount
€30000
Year of Grant
National Network

The present project is aimed at outlining the comprehensive dimension of migration from Southern to Northern shores, with the long term goal of enhancing intercultural dialogue, empowering migrants and fostering alternative narratives and perception about migration.
A group of media experts have visited selected destinations in the Mediterranean: Malta, Israel, Tunis, Andalucia, and collected stories interviewing migrants. The objective is mapping the migration routes passing through those place. The narration of routes will allow people to understand reasons for migration, therefore contributing to undermine prejudices, to enhance mutual understanding and intercultural dialogue. The documentaries will be the base for 3 seminars, with 60 multipliers, 5 public events in Italy and Israel and a web based campaign and 4 advocacy meetings with local authorities.

The project will contribute to enhancing intercultural dialogue in the Mediterranean area, fostering mutual knowledge and relationships between the two shores, working on a specific sensitive issue that creates divisions and conflicts: the increasing presence of immigrants. The project will create media products which work as a tool for raising awareness and fighting prejudices and discriminations.

Direct Beneficiaries
420
Indirect Beneficiaries
34000
Duration
-

Act now for the migrant domestic workers in Cyprus and in Lebanon!

Lead Organisation
Partners
AEQUITAS, Cyprus
Granted Amount
€30000
Year of Grant
National Network

The project “Act now for Migrant Domestic Workers in Lebanon and Cyprus” was implemented between November 2013 and July 2014 and aimed at enhancing the Migrant Domestic Workers protection in Lebanon and in Cyprus through creating new opportunities for dialogue and advocacy involving NGOs, authorities, decision makers, MDWs and local communities.

Particularly, the project aimed to influence and informs policy makers on the ratification of international human rights treaties enhancing MDWs' protection in Lebanon and in Cyprus and to improve the perception of migrant domestic workers’ by the local communities in Lebanon and in Cyprus.

The project is relevant to the mission of the Anna Lindh Foundation to overcome misconceptions and misunderstanding of the other, as it creates awareness on the status of Migrant Domestic Workers with policy makers, NGOs and the wider public. It promotes the acceptance of MDWs in local communities and aims to install labour laws and diminish abuse and discrimination.

To reach its goal the project involved the creation of two lobbying working groups, advocacy with policy makers in both Lebanon and Cyprus, 7 workshops for legal protection, field visits and exchange of experiences in each country, 2 training of trainers, 6 focus groups, the production of a documentary, and the provision of 34 awareness sessions all related to the reinforcement of the MDWs’ protection among various groups.

The activities used a participatory approach and relied the on human rights based approach in its implementation. The activities targeted MDWs from grass roots levels, employers in each country and reaching decision makers and authorities for the lobbying efforts.

Lead Organisation
Partners
AEQUITAS, Cyprus
Granted Amount
€30000
Year of Grant
National Network

The project “Act now for Migrant Domestic Workers in Lebanon and Cyprus” was implemented between November 2013 and July 2014 and aimed at enhancing the Migrant Domestic Workers protection in Lebanon and in Cyprus through creating new opportunities for dialogue and advocacy involving NGOs, authorities, decision makers, MDWs and local communities.

Particularly, the project aimed to influence and informs policy makers on the ratification of international human rights treaties enhancing MDWs' protection in Lebanon and in Cyprus and to improve the perception of migrant domestic workers’ by the local communities in Lebanon and in Cyprus.

The project is relevant to the mission of the Anna Lindh Foundation to overcome misconceptions and misunderstanding of the other, as it creates awareness on the status of Migrant Domestic Workers with policy makers, NGOs and the wider public. It promotes the acceptance of MDWs in local communities and aims to install labour laws and diminish abuse and discrimination.

To reach its goal the project involved the creation of two lobbying working groups, advocacy with policy makers in both Lebanon and Cyprus, 7 workshops for legal protection, field visits and exchange of experiences in each country, 2 training of trainers, 6 focus groups, the production of a documentary, and the provision of 34 awareness sessions all related to the reinforcement of the MDWs’ protection among various groups.

The activities used a participatory approach and relied the on human rights based approach in its implementation. The activities targeted MDWs from grass roots levels, employers in each country and reaching decision makers and authorities for the lobbying efforts.

Artistic Justice: Positions on the Place of Justice in Art

Lead Organisation
Partners
Dar al-Ma’mûn, Morocco
Granted Amount
€29000
Year of Grant
National Network

Artistic Justice: Positions on the Place of Justice in Art is a series of international public symposia leading towards EVA International – Ireland’s Biennial in 2014. This series of symposia are curated by Omar Berrada, a writer and translator who grew up in Casablanca and lives between Morocco and France, and Doreen Mende, an author, curator and researcher based in Berlin, at the invitation of EVA 2014 curator Bassam El Baroni. Artistic Justice: Positions on the Place of Justice in Art brings together acclaimed international speakers, explores multiple positions of justice in art, creates opportunities for dialogue and forges new links across the Euro-Mediterranean region.

Artistic Justice: Positions on the Place of Justice in Art is a series of international public symposia that brings together acclaimed international speakers, explores multiple positions of justice in art, creates opportunities for dialogue and forges new links across the Euro-Mediterranean region.

Direct Beneficiaries
450
Indirect Beneficiaries
600
Duration
-
Lead Organisation
Partners
Dar al-Ma’mûn, Morocco
Granted Amount
€29000
Year of Grant
National Network

Artistic Justice: Positions on the Place of Justice in Art is a series of international public symposia leading towards EVA International – Ireland’s Biennial in 2014. This series of symposia are curated by Omar Berrada, a writer and translator who grew up in Casablanca and lives between Morocco and France, and Doreen Mende, an author, curator and researcher based in Berlin, at the invitation of EVA 2014 curator Bassam El Baroni. Artistic Justice: Positions on the Place of Justice in Art brings together acclaimed international speakers, explores multiple positions of justice in art, creates opportunities for dialogue and forges new links across the Euro-Mediterranean region.

Artistic Justice: Positions on the Place of Justice in Art is a series of international public symposia that brings together acclaimed international speakers, explores multiple positions of justice in art, creates opportunities for dialogue and forges new links across the Euro-Mediterranean region.

Direct Beneficiaries
450
Indirect Beneficiaries
600
Duration
-

Carrefour du Dialogue Citoyen

Partners
Tunisiens des deux rives (T2RIV), France
Association Tounissiet, Tunisia
Granted Amount
€23970
Year of Grant
National Network

Au cours du CDC nous avons prévu quatre activités :Réunions publiques de sensibilisation ont été organisées dans trois villes; Tunis, Sidi Bouzid et Gabès. Il s'agissait de plénières auxquelles ont pris part plusieurs personnalités de la société civile et représentants des pouvoirs publics. Plus de 200 personnes ont pris part à ces réunions.Dates et lieux :Tunis :20/12/13 à l'Institut National d'Agronomie de Tunis.Sidi Bouzid : le 10/01/14 à l'ISET,Gabès : 31 /01/14 à l'Institut Supérieur des Langue Gabès. Les ateliers citoyens ont été organisés autour du thème "Citoyenneté et responsabilité personnelle" pendant trois week-ends répartis dans chacune de ces villes. L'objectif était de mettre en avant la responsabilité citoyenne de chacun dans la construction d'une nouvelle société tunisienne.Dates et lieux : Tunis : le 21 / 22 /12/ 2013 à la CNIPE ,Sidi Bouzid : le 11 et 12 /01/ 2014 à l'ISET,Gabès : le 1 et 2 fév 14 à l'Institut Supérieur des Langue Gabès.
Nb ≈300 personnes (bénéf directs)

La formation "Citoyenneté et diversité" a été organisée à l'attention des personnes ressources sélectionnées dans chaque ville à la fin des ateliers citoyens. Cette formation avait pour objectif  de pousser la réflexion sur la notion d'engagement, du travail en collectivité.Les activités se sont déroulées en groupe, avec des mises en situation, des études de cas avec grilles d'observation, des restitutions en plénières. Date et lieu : le 22 et 23 février 2014 à l'espace Ben Rajeb, Kairouan. Nb 41 personnes. Un séjour d'une semaine en Lorraine organisé en partenariat avec IC Lorraine pour 12 jeunes a permis de leur donner un éclairage sur l’Europe sa construction  et son développement.  Activités, visites de terrain rencontre députés.Yutz, Verdun, Luxembourg, Commune de Schenegen

Partners
Tunisiens des deux rives (T2RIV), France
Association Tounissiet, Tunisia
Granted Amount
€23970
Year of Grant
National Network

Au cours du CDC nous avons prévu quatre activités :Réunions publiques de sensibilisation ont été organisées dans trois villes; Tunis, Sidi Bouzid et Gabès. Il s'agissait de plénières auxquelles ont pris part plusieurs personnalités de la société civile et représentants des pouvoirs publics. Plus de 200 personnes ont pris part à ces réunions.Dates et lieux :Tunis :20/12/13 à l'Institut National d'Agronomie de Tunis.Sidi Bouzid : le 10/01/14 à l'ISET,Gabès : 31 /01/14 à l'Institut Supérieur des Langue Gabès. Les ateliers citoyens ont été organisés autour du thème "Citoyenneté et responsabilité personnelle" pendant trois week-ends répartis dans chacune de ces villes. L'objectif était de mettre en avant la responsabilité citoyenne de chacun dans la construction d'une nouvelle société tunisienne.Dates et lieux : Tunis : le 21 / 22 /12/ 2013 à la CNIPE ,Sidi Bouzid : le 11 et 12 /01/ 2014 à l'ISET,Gabès : le 1 et 2 fév 14 à l'Institut Supérieur des Langue Gabès.
Nb ≈300 personnes (bénéf directs)

La formation "Citoyenneté et diversité" a été organisée à l'attention des personnes ressources sélectionnées dans chaque ville à la fin des ateliers citoyens. Cette formation avait pour objectif  de pousser la réflexion sur la notion d'engagement, du travail en collectivité.Les activités se sont déroulées en groupe, avec des mises en situation, des études de cas avec grilles d'observation, des restitutions en plénières. Date et lieu : le 22 et 23 février 2014 à l'espace Ben Rajeb, Kairouan. Nb 41 personnes. Un séjour d'une semaine en Lorraine organisé en partenariat avec IC Lorraine pour 12 jeunes a permis de leur donner un éclairage sur l’Europe sa construction  et son développement.  Activités, visites de terrain rencontre députés.Yutz, Verdun, Luxembourg, Commune de Schenegen

Culture of diversity

Partners
Youth power – Nicosia – Cyprus
Egypt Foundation for Youth and Development – Alexandria - Egypt
Granted Amount
€30000
Year of Grant

With this project we want to bring together three grass root youth organization from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus and Egypt to work together on building common platform for exchange and representation of tolerances but also divisions in their countries. Young activist will support, motivate and encourage their peers to get involved as well in the project with the ideas, on topic “culture of diversity”.

Main aim is to facilitate the exchange and the sharing experiences of young people in promotion of peaceful coexistence, intercultural dialog and diversity. Educated and skilled young people from different countries will work on promotion of values of cooperation, tolerance, human rights, peace and multiculturalism.

Direct Beneficiaries
600
Indirect Beneficiaries
1500
Duration
-
Partners
Youth power – Nicosia – Cyprus
Egypt Foundation for Youth and Development – Alexandria - Egypt
Granted Amount
€30000
Year of Grant

With this project we want to bring together three grass root youth organization from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus and Egypt to work together on building common platform for exchange and representation of tolerances but also divisions in their countries. Young activist will support, motivate and encourage their peers to get involved as well in the project with the ideas, on topic “culture of diversity”.

Main aim is to facilitate the exchange and the sharing experiences of young people in promotion of peaceful coexistence, intercultural dialog and diversity. Educated and skilled young people from different countries will work on promotion of values of cooperation, tolerance, human rights, peace and multiculturalism.

Direct Beneficiaries
600
Indirect Beneficiaries
1500
Duration
-

Debate Tournament and Public Debate: from Romania to Jordan

Lead Organisation
Partners
The Romanian Association for Debate, Oratory and Rhetoric (ARDOR), Romania
Granted Amount
€27062
Year of Grant
National Network

Leaders of Tomorrow, Jordan (leadersot.org) and ARDOR, Romania (ardor.org.ro) invest a lot of effort in building a tradition of public debates in their respective countries, organizing periodic debates that engage citizens in meaningful conversations on topics that matter for them. With this vision in mind, Leaders of Tomorrow and ARDOR joint their efforts and created Diwanieh meets Closer2Oxford, an intensive debate project for Jordanian and Romanian youth (diwanieh.com, closer2oxford.ro/en).

More than forty participants got very intensive and professional training on debate, argumentation and public speaking skills. Concluding the trainings, the Jordanian and Romanian teams participated in an online debate discussing the moral duty of western states to spread democracy across the world even if it needs force utilisation. The online debate unfolded for a week and resulted in eight Romanian and ten Jordanian winners who were invited to the debate exchange in Jordan. Before the exchange, two local public debates took place in both countries. In Bucharest, the need of the Gay Pride Parade was debated, where in Amman the negative impact of media on society was discussed.

During the third week of June, eight Romanian debaters and staff arrived in Amman for the five day exchange with ten young Jordanian debaters. The group followed master classes in debate in unconventional areas in Amman and Wadi Musa. They organised a public debate in English, discussing the need for governmental funding of arts, followed by a public debate in Arabic on the question if there is space for free art in Jordan. The debates took place in the gardens of the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts in Lweibdeh in Amman, and are available online https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBNGOEorlzE

Lead Organisation
Partners
The Romanian Association for Debate, Oratory and Rhetoric (ARDOR), Romania
Granted Amount
€27062
Year of Grant
National Network

Leaders of Tomorrow, Jordan (leadersot.org) and ARDOR, Romania (ardor.org.ro) invest a lot of effort in building a tradition of public debates in their respective countries, organizing periodic debates that engage citizens in meaningful conversations on topics that matter for them. With this vision in mind, Leaders of Tomorrow and ARDOR joint their efforts and created Diwanieh meets Closer2Oxford, an intensive debate project for Jordanian and Romanian youth (diwanieh.com, closer2oxford.ro/en).

More than forty participants got very intensive and professional training on debate, argumentation and public speaking skills. Concluding the trainings, the Jordanian and Romanian teams participated in an online debate discussing the moral duty of western states to spread democracy across the world even if it needs force utilisation. The online debate unfolded for a week and resulted in eight Romanian and ten Jordanian winners who were invited to the debate exchange in Jordan. Before the exchange, two local public debates took place in both countries. In Bucharest, the need of the Gay Pride Parade was debated, where in Amman the negative impact of media on society was discussed.

During the third week of June, eight Romanian debaters and staff arrived in Amman for the five day exchange with ten young Jordanian debaters. The group followed master classes in debate in unconventional areas in Amman and Wadi Musa. They organised a public debate in English, discussing the need for governmental funding of arts, followed by a public debate in Arabic on the question if there is space for free art in Jordan. The debates took place in the gardens of the Jordan National Gallery of Fine Arts in Lweibdeh in Amman, and are available online https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBNGOEorlzE

EUROMED KIDS

Partners
Association des Amis de'l Ecole Publique, Morocco
UNESCO Schools Association, Germany
House of Tales and Music Friends, Jordan
Granted Amount
€29500
Year of Grant
National Network

EUROMED KIDS is dedicated to the media based non-commercial exchange of children of all age groups (especially under 15) across the EUROMED region. EUROMED KIDS is dedicated to peace, intercultural dialogue, education, children’ rights, inclusion and participation.

EUROMED KIDS is a network, open for all interested schools, kindergarten, universities, civil society and public media, NGOs and associations working with children of all age groups in the EUROMED region to join in on voluntary, non-commercial basis.

EUROMED KIDS offers all created content as Open Educational Resources to public schools, public libraries, civil society and public media, in accordance with UNESCO and UNICEF standards.

EUROMED KIDS contributes to empower children in the EUROMED region to learn, exchange and make friends, to become young responsible EUROMED citizens.

It contributes to spread the values of the Anna Lindh Foundation widely and to next generations.  It contributes to the UN Children's Rights and UN Millennium Development goals.

Direct Beneficiaries
1000
Indirect Beneficiaries
100000
Duration
-
Partners
Association des Amis de'l Ecole Publique, Morocco
UNESCO Schools Association, Germany
House of Tales and Music Friends, Jordan
Granted Amount
€29500
Year of Grant
National Network

EUROMED KIDS is dedicated to the media based non-commercial exchange of children of all age groups (especially under 15) across the EUROMED region. EUROMED KIDS is dedicated to peace, intercultural dialogue, education, children’ rights, inclusion and participation.

EUROMED KIDS is a network, open for all interested schools, kindergarten, universities, civil society and public media, NGOs and associations working with children of all age groups in the EUROMED region to join in on voluntary, non-commercial basis.

EUROMED KIDS offers all created content as Open Educational Resources to public schools, public libraries, civil society and public media, in accordance with UNESCO and UNICEF standards.

EUROMED KIDS contributes to empower children in the EUROMED region to learn, exchange and make friends, to become young responsible EUROMED citizens.

It contributes to spread the values of the Anna Lindh Foundation widely and to next generations.  It contributes to the UN Children's Rights and UN Millennium Development goals.

Direct Beneficiaries
1000
Indirect Beneficiaries
100000
Duration
-

EUROMED REPORTER

Partners
I Watch / ENA YAKEDH, Tunisia
Search For Common Ground Maroc (SFCG-M), Morocco
Granted Amount
€30000
Year of Grant
National Network

Euromed Reporter est un projet éditorial innovant alliant journalisme participatif, reportages sur le terrain et débats citoyens afin de rapprocher les peuples du pourtour méditerranéen en luttant contre les clichés et en ciblant des sujets peu ou pas traités par les médias nationaux. L’idée est de produire un contenu unique, multiculturel, puisque réalisé par des jeunes de plusieurs pays, et proche de leurs aspirations. Avec ce projet nous avons envoyé des groupes multiculturels de jeunes journalistes professionnels ou amateurs enquêter sur les évolutions sociales et les initiatives de la société civile en Tunisie, en France et au Maroc. Une équipe de 10 jeunes européens sont partis à Tunis du en février 2014 et à Casablanca en avril 2014 puis une équipe de 6 jeunes Tunisiens et Marocains ont été accueillis à Paris en mai 2014 pour rencontrer et faire parler ceux qui s’engagent pour que les choses changent:

- 16 jeunes journalistes originaires du Maroc, de Tunisie, d'Allemagne, de France, d'Espagne, d'Italie, de Belgique et du Royaume-Uni se sont rendus dans un pays partenaire pendant 5 jours en groupes de 5 ou 6 et ont été accueillis par une équipe locale de jeunes qui les a aidée dans la réalisation de leurs reportages et dans la découverte de la ville
- 3 conférences-débats citoyens ont été organisées par cafébabel et ses partenaires et impliquaient la population locale et les acteurs de la société civile sur des sujets d’actualité
- Une publication des reportages sur cafébabel et sur les réseaux sociaux en 6 langues au sein d’un dossier dédié au projet Euromed Reporter (www.cafebabel.fr/euromed-reporter)
- Sur le terrain les jeunes se sont immergés dans les modes de vie des autres dans leur quotidien pour produire des articles citoyens particulièrement vivants.

Partners
I Watch / ENA YAKEDH, Tunisia
Search For Common Ground Maroc (SFCG-M), Morocco
Granted Amount
€30000
Year of Grant
National Network

Euromed Reporter est un projet éditorial innovant alliant journalisme participatif, reportages sur le terrain et débats citoyens afin de rapprocher les peuples du pourtour méditerranéen en luttant contre les clichés et en ciblant des sujets peu ou pas traités par les médias nationaux. L’idée est de produire un contenu unique, multiculturel, puisque réalisé par des jeunes de plusieurs pays, et proche de leurs aspirations. Avec ce projet nous avons envoyé des groupes multiculturels de jeunes journalistes professionnels ou amateurs enquêter sur les évolutions sociales et les initiatives de la société civile en Tunisie, en France et au Maroc. Une équipe de 10 jeunes européens sont partis à Tunis du en février 2014 et à Casablanca en avril 2014 puis une équipe de 6 jeunes Tunisiens et Marocains ont été accueillis à Paris en mai 2014 pour rencontrer et faire parler ceux qui s’engagent pour que les choses changent:

- 16 jeunes journalistes originaires du Maroc, de Tunisie, d'Allemagne, de France, d'Espagne, d'Italie, de Belgique et du Royaume-Uni se sont rendus dans un pays partenaire pendant 5 jours en groupes de 5 ou 6 et ont été accueillis par une équipe locale de jeunes qui les a aidée dans la réalisation de leurs reportages et dans la découverte de la ville
- 3 conférences-débats citoyens ont été organisées par cafébabel et ses partenaires et impliquaient la population locale et les acteurs de la société civile sur des sujets d’actualité
- Une publication des reportages sur cafébabel et sur les réseaux sociaux en 6 langues au sein d’un dossier dédié au projet Euromed Reporter (www.cafebabel.fr/euromed-reporter)
- Sur le terrain les jeunes se sont immergés dans les modes de vie des autres dans leur quotidien pour produire des articles citoyens particulièrement vivants.