Call for participation: first South-South consultation workshop “Vision Med 2030”
Are you a young activist from the Southern Mediterranean? Are you involved in civil society? Do you want to shape the future of the Mediterranean? Make your voice heard and apply now to participate in the first South-South Consultation Workshop “Vision Med 2030”.
The workshop aims at articulating and shaping hopes and expectations of civil society players and other actors, and developing a shared vision of the Mediterranean amongst civil society actors and stakeholders. Eventually, a document that provides a vision for the Mediterranean region as a common space, and a lasting environment for cooperation and political construction, a sort of manifesto on the Mediterranean for the years to come, will be produced as a result of this consultation process.
The workshop is organized by “Med Dialogue for Rights and Equality”, a 3-year (2019 - 2022) EU-funded Technical Assistance Programme with the overall objective to strengthen the role of CSOs active at the regional scale, in building sustainable development, regional cohesion and resilience, as well as in influencing policy-making in the Southern Neighborhood and the Euro-Mediterranean space.
The three-day workshop will be organised in Tunis on 18-21 July 2019 and will gather up to 30 participants, out of whom up to 15 candidates aged between 20-35 years will be selected through this call. Participants must be nationals of the following countries: Mauritania, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, and Egypt.
Travel and accommodation expenses, visa fees as well as daily allowances are taken in charge by “Med Dialogue for Rights and Equality”. The deadline for submitting applications is 21 June 2019. To apply, please follow this link.
The “Med Dialogue for Rights and Equality” programme is also looking for two facilitators to moderate the workshop (junior - senior facilitators).