In February, Ines, Nour, Namees, Ahmad, Tasneem, O'day, Christina, Rebecca, Amin, Mohamad, Nessrine, Ihsane, Maamoun, Yassine and Sofyene (and Ahmed remotely from Cairo) met for the very first time in Tunis. They are digital influencers.
The European Union ️ funds many regional and bilateral programmes and projects, promoting youth interests and contributing to build their capacities”, said M.Ibrahim Laafia - Head of cooperation - European Union to Egypt, during the #EU4YOUth Campus Tour
#EU4YOUth Campus Tour "Education & Youth Empowerment" organised on 20 Feb. at Alexandria University, Egypt
“The European Union is aware that youth is the greatest power in the world and that is why the European Union funds many regional and bilateral programmes and projects, promoting youth interests, not only in Egypt but in the entire region.” Said M.Ibrahim
Ahmed Zaouche, currently Programme Manager at UNESCO Regional Office for GCC & Yemen, and former Regional Coordinator of NET-MED Youth. As an Architect, Art Historian and Urban Planner, he is the author of various books ...
Watch the videos in 🇪🇬 🇯🇴 🇱🇧 🇲🇦 🇵🇸 🇹🇳 and discover how the EU 🇪🇺️ contributes to the development of the cultural sector in the Southern Mediterranean. #EU4YOUth #EU4Culture
Arabiyet film programme directed by women filmmakers and directors. This EU-funded project aims to show a different image of the representation of women in the Arab world.
Towards the end of 2018 the EU 🇪🇺️ organized the first edition of a European Theatre Festival in Lebanon 🇱🇧, attracting close to 4,000 people. A new festival edition is currently in the making and will be launched in September 2019.
The 🇪🇺️ EU funded Tashbeek project was launched in 2017 through EU-funding under the Med Culture programme. It aims to build the capacities of cultural workers, and create a sustainable and collaborative network of individuals, associations and spaces.
Watch the Heritage for the Living in the ''City of the Dead'' video. This 🇪🇺 EU-funded project rehabilitates currently disused and ruined sections of one of Cairo’s 🇪🇬 most important historic architectural complexes (built in the 1470s).
They are still children, but already creative and bubbling. Since they joined the School of Cartoon, 36 students 🇹🇳, aged 14 to 18, have sharpened their pencils and are giving free rein to their imagination. The School of Cartoon is supported by the EU