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Youth

In this section you will find publications, events, good practices, learning activities and resource people in relation to youth exchanges and mutual perceptions in the EuroMed region.

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Game for Euro- Med - GEM

GEM - Game for EuroMed was a 12-month project that aimed to promote education for intercultural citizenship through playing. The project involved 4 organizations from 4 countries: CESIE from Italy, ADICE from France, WASEELA a Thinktank from Egypt and “JOHOUD”...

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Gender as a missing lens

The aim of ‘Gender as a missing lens - How to introduce gender into history teaching’ was to raise awareness and increase the capacity of educators across Cyprus in order to empower them to integrate a gender equality perspective in...

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Hatem Atallah

Executive Director of the Anna Lindh Foundation (2015-2017). Atallah has a rich diplomatic background as the Tunisian ambassador in several countries including US, UK, South Africa and Ethiopia. He was also the Permanent Representative to the African Union, the Economic...

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Home New Home

Societies in the Euro-Mediterranean region are experiencing challenges due to an influx of people fleeing war and violence from the South to the North of the Mediterranean. This in turn has instigated fears, prejudices and misunderstandings among different groups in...

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I-Gender

Gender related issues challenge intercultural dialogue in many ways at both national and international levels. The representation regarding gender originate in social relations including class, religion and ethnicity. Gender roles should be constructed not as a barrier, on contrary they...

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Identity Crisis 101

Whether born Egyptian and raised abroad or raised in Egypt to bi-cultural parents, ‘halfies’ find themselves constantly afloat between two worlds. This journalistic article is among the winners of the Anna Lindh Foundation journalist awards.

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Imagine: Migrant Journeys

The conflict in Syria has triggered the world's largest humanitarian crisis since the Second World War. Refugees from Syria now constitute the biggest refugee population from a single conflict in a generation with over four million Syrian refugees in neighbouring...

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Jamal Khalil

Professor of Sociology at the University of Hassan II Casablanca. Khalil's main academic focus lies in the fields of sociology and social sciences. While his research interests also includes culture, art, symbolism, exclusion, migration, insecurity, disability, sexuality and social movements...