Perspectives from the field: European youth cooperation schemes through the lenses of young people in the Arab Mediterranean countries

Perspectives from the field: European youth cooperation schemes through the lenses of young people in the Arab Mediterranean countries

Fecha de publicación:
03/2017
Autor:
Özgehan Şenyuva and Asuman Göksel, Middle East Technical University (METU)
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SAHWA Policy Paper nº.  16

ISSN 2564-9167 

An earlier SAHWA Policy Report entitled “European Youth Cooperation Schemes in the Southern Mediterranean Context: One for all, all for one?” and prepared by Göksel and Şenyuva analysed three European youth cooperation schemes for the southern Mediterranean region, namely the Euro-Med Youth Programme, the Youth Partnership between the European Union and the Council of Europe, and the youth-related initiatives of the Anna Lindh Foundation. All three cooperation schemes have three common characteristics: they directly and exclusively target young people; they are developed for the southern Mediterranean countries, including all five SAHWA countries, namely, Algeria, Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia; and they are all fully or partially funded by the European Union.

DOI: doi.org/10.24241/swpp.2016.16.1