Seventh Intercultural Morning Coffee
The role of youth is often instrumentalised particularly in areas burdened by polarization, hate speech and violence. Yet, the 2020 Anna Lindh Foundation Intercultural Trends Survey reveals that respondents in all four corners of the Euro-Mediterranean believe that youth can play a central role in leading dialogue initiatives, preventing and tackling hate speech and cultural divides in society.
For more on these threats and opportunities, the Intercultural Morning Coffee started with a brief introduction by Dr. Fares Braizat, one of the authors of the upcoming ALF Report on Intercultural Trends and Social Change in the EuroMed region. Dr Fares is also the Chairman of NAMA Strategic Intelligence Solutions where he directs public policy-related projects and before joining NAMA, Dr. Braizat served as the Minister of Youth for the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan from 2019 to 2020.