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Christian Herrmann

Exchange with North Africa: Engaging in dialogue, building networks

Since the Arab Spring North Africa is a changed region – with a broader horizon for youth and expert exchanges. Guided by the motto “Dialogue Me To Network”, a conference was held in Tunis between 8 and 11 December 2017 for stakeholders from Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt and Germany to discuss how dialogue can be stabilised and expanded. It was a look back, but equally a look ahead. [read more]

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Christian Herrmann

Youth exchange schemes with North Africa need stability, sustainability and long-term prospects

Around 40 international youth work experts from Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt and Germany convened in Bonn from 28 to 30 November 2015 to review the progress of the joint projects begun as part of the “transformation partnerships” initiated by the Federal Foreign Office. At the conference, they shared their experiences and made proposals for the future course of the youth and expert exchange schemes between Germany and North Africa. [read more]

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Tanja Voelker

Quo vadis Egyptian youth? Status and perspective of youth work in Egypt four years after the revolution

Since the revolution in Egypt, we carefully monitor young Arabic people in their search for social participation and democratic decision-making. In the wake of bloody mass demonstrations, young Egyptians are fighting for political change and new opportunities. IJAB invited German youth work representatives to travel to Cairo on a study visit from 1 to 6 November in order to see for themselves what the current state of development was in the youth sector, and to also establish contacts for future cooperation. [read more]

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