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Calling journalists of the Euro-Mediterranean region to submit their works for the 10th edition of the Mediterranean Journalist Awards

Deadline to apply: 13th of October 2017 (Midnight - EET)


The 10th edition of the Mediterranean Journalists Awards of the Anna Lindh Foundation will reward productions tackling intercultural issues between and within Euro-Mediterranean societies, ranging from diversity, tolerance, freedom of expression, fighting xenophobia, extremism and terrorism. Special attention will be given to works focusing on the theme “Intercultural Cities and Migration”, as announced on the occasion of the Anna Lindh Foundation MED FORUM.


Young Med Voices representatives participate in MEDAC Summer Course in Malta

Manal Benani from Algeria and Hind Abu-Shkhadim from Palestine participated, along with 9 young leaders from Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Jordan, Kosovo and Tunisia, in the MEDAC Training Course on Human Rights and Education that took place in Sliema, Malta from 28 June till 5 July 2017.


Youth and Employability in MENA: More Skills, Better Jobs kick-off in Cairo

Cairo, 9 July 2017

The Minister of Investment and International Cooperation Dr. Sahar Nasr, the Minister of Youth and Sports Eng. Khaled Abdel Aziz, and the Tunisian Minister of Vocational Training and Employment Mr. Emad El-Hemamy opened the conference, today, with a ministerial panel discussing the main efforts addressed to finding solution for the current challenges for youth employability. The session was moderated by Mr. Mourad Ezzine, manager of the CMI.


Register Now: "Youth and Employability in MENA: Better Skills, More Jobs" Conference in Egypt

Cairo, 9-10 July 2017

The Anna Lindh Foundation and strategic partners including is the World Bank, CMI, AFD, UNIMED and the Egyptian Ministry of Investment and International Cooperation the are co-organising “Youth and Employability in MENA: Better Skills, More Jobs” conference, which will take place in Cairo on 9-10 July 2017. 


The Intercultural Citizenship Education Handbook presented in Alexandria as a tool to strengthening regional diversity and resisting intolerance

Alexandria, 15 June 2017 – The Anna Lindh Handbook on Intercultural Citizenship Education in the Euro-Mediterranean region was presented on 15 June 2017 at the Swedish Institute in Alexandria as a unique resource for educators, schools, civil society, governments, youth, and citizens at large for strengthening awareness around the common values among the people of the region. The presentation gathered diplomatic and civil society representatives, members of the Anna Lindh Foundation’s network in Egypt and educators from formal and non-formal sectors.


Young Mediterranean Voices: Debating A Global Strategy for Youth, Peace and Security

Date: Wednesday 14th June 2017

Time: 18:30 to 21:00.

Place: Malta House, Rue Archimede 25, Brussels.

RSVP by end of 12 June 2017: and 


The Anna Lindh Foundation and the Maltese Presidency of the Council of the European Union are organising an evening reception event on: 


Young Mediterranean Voices at European Development Days 2017

Leading young debaters from the Arab region and Europe have been invited to show-case their work at this year’s European Development Days in Brussels. The European Development Days (EDD) are Europe’s primary forum on international cooperation and development, organised by the European Commission since 2006.

A special Lab Debate will be held on 8th June, at 13.30, as part of the official programme of the EDDs, to share pioneering practice in regional cooperation and the grass-root experience of young debaters from Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Germany and the UK.



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