Youth Employment in the Mediterranean

Youth Employment in the Mediterranean

2018-2020 Budget: €2.1 million ( EU Investment: €2 million )

The Youth Employment in the Mediterranean (YEM) project is a three-year regional initiative implemented by UNESCO, which aims at improving skills anticipation systems and promoting technical and vocational education and training (TVET).…



2018-2022 Budget: €2.5 million

D-Jil aims to support young citizens in the Arab world through the media. It will run over four years and mentor 20 initiatives from the covered countries.


Generation What? - Arabic

Generation What? – Arabic

2017-2018 Budget: €767308

Generation What? is a 6-month cross-media campaign targeting young people between…

We love Sousse

Youth mobility and regional integration of Maghreb countries

2015-2018 Budget: €800000

The project aims at fostering the integration of Arab Maghreb countries through advocating for youth cooperation and youth mobility within the region. 

Countries covered: Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia (and Mauritania in an observing role)

NEt-Med Youth workshop

NET-MED YOUTH – Networks of Mediterranean Youth

2014-2018 Budget: €8.8 million

NET-MED Youth seeks to improve access and effective participation of young people in national planning and policies in Southern Mediterranean countries.

To achieve this, the programme focuses on three areas:

1. Youth Policy


2014-2020 Budget: €14.7 billion

The EU’s Erasmus + programme offers students, higher education staff and institutions from neighbouring countries opportunities for exchange and mobility, including:

  • Short-term scholarships and full master’s degree scholarships (Joint Master’s Degree) for students, with financial…

CBC - Cross-border cooperation

2014-2020 Budget: €1.05 billion

CBC, a key priority of the ENI, seeks to reinforce cooperation between EU Member States and Partner Countries along the external EU borders.



This demand-driven instrument helps partner countries strengthen public management in areas such as administrative reform, public procurement, public sector ethics, anti-corruption, and external and internal financial control