How can co-operation projects in the field of citizenship education between the two regions be initiated and reinforced for the long term? Based on examples, the presenters of projects describe their experiences, the challenges, but also opportunities associated with these.
Tunisian School of Politics
presented by Ahmed Driss, Tunisian School of Politics (Tunisia) & Julian Popov, Bulgarian School of Politics (Bulgaria)
Tandem / Shaml: This one-year partnership project is a pilot project bringing together twelve cultural stakeholders from Egypt, Germany, Latvia, Spain, the Netherlands, Syria, Tunisia and Turkey.
presented by Dalia Dawoud, Al Mawred al Thaqafy (Egypt) & Philipp Dietachmair, European Cultural Foundation & Darius Polok, MitOst e.V. (Germany)
Interner Link: Factsheet Tandem-Shaml (156 KB)
Leading Change across the Mediterranean
The project aims at networking and promotion of young leaders of Arab transformation countries and Europe as well as curriculum development and training of community leaders. The main objectives are to establish long-term co-operation links between European and Arab cultural organisations on the one hand, and to create a network of creative people working in a transnational cultural environment on the other.
presented by Nelly Corbel, The American University in Cairo (Egypt)
Interner Link: Factsheet Leading Change (153 KB)
Introduction & Moderation:
Louisa Slavkova, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Bulgaria)
Interner Link: Lucrecia Rubio Grundell, Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain)