Aya Kishko

EU Helps Palestinian Women Become Business Leaders

04 December 2018
Palestinian women entrepreneurs are transforming their ideas into new businesses thanks to the European Union’s Business Start-up Incubators Program (BSIS). When it comes to female education in Palestine, trends have been shifting over the past two decades; more females than males are graduating…
Kolea Prison, one of Algeria’s most modern prisons

The 10th Anniversary of Cooperation Between the European Union and Algeria on Prison Reform

29 November 2018
Kolea: A Hub for Prison Reform This year marks the 10th anniversary of cooperation between the European Union and Algeria on prison reform. It was the occasion for the Department of Prison Administration and Rehabilitation (DGAPR) to organise a visit to Kolea Prison – one of Algeria’s most modern…
8 October 2018 conference in Algiers

COOPERATION BETWEEN ALGERIA AND THE EUROPEAN UNION ON PRISONS: 10 Years of Support for Prison Reform

29 November 2018
This year marks the 10th anniversary of cooperation between the European Union and Algeria on prison reform. The results of this collaboration regarding the implementation of sweeping reforms of the prison system were discussed on 8 October 2018 during a conference in Algiers.
Photo by Tarek Lezzar, the grand winner of the competition

#EU4YOUth “Shoot & Share” Photography Competition Manal Benani and Tarek Lezzar, two multi-talented award winners

22 November 2018
The two Algerian winners of the “Shoot & Share” competition, held by the EU Neighbours South project, have more than one trick up their sleeves. 24-year-old Manal Benani, who is completing her studies in medicine, has a true talent for public speaking. 31-year-old Tarek Lezzar, the grand winner…
Tableware cluster in Nabeul

When ceramics regained its nobility

15 November 2018
Tableware cluster in Nabeul The adventure began in 2014 in Nabeul, Tunisia with the establishment of an EU-funded cluster dedicated to ceramics, and more broadly to table and ornamental ware, at a time when Tunisian handicrafts showed signs of running out of steam. Four years later, the results…
Rethinking the Euro-Mediterranean cultural partnership

The European Union organises a conference on culture in Tunis under the Patronage of Johannes Hahn

14 November 2018
From 16 to 18 November, the Conference “Rethinking the Euro-Mediterranean cultural partnership” will take place in Tunis at La Cité de la Culture. The event is organised by the European Union under the Patronage of Johannes Hahn, Commissioner for European Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations…
Jeunesse Nomade

Jeunesse Nomade: How to get rid of discriminatory stereotypes

29 October 2018
A bunch of young Tunisians took part in a deeply moving and spontaneous performance in Brussels that combined theatre, dance, singing, music and video. The unique and touching stage performance, conducted as part of the Erasmus+ programme and financed by the European Union, was based on the theme “…
School of Caricature in Sfax

These little freedom fighters

19 October 2018
School of Caricature in Sfax 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. They take a critical and satirical look at Tunisia and the world…
The deep-sea diving school

INSTITUTIONS TWINNED TO ENHANCE ALGERIAN CIVIL DEFENCE PROGRAMME

28 September 2018
The deep-sea diving school Algeria, France and Spain are implementing the twinning of institutions as part of the ‘Algerian Civil Defence Enhancement’ programme. Launched in 2017, for a period of two years, this twinning received a budget of 1.5 million euros from the Development Programme on the…
3F Billboard in Sirte

The post-war environment: Hope for a safer future through mine clearance

04 September 2018
Thanks to EU funding, Saud Abdel Rahman, like many others, has benefited from the support of Free Fields Foundation (3F). A Libyan partner of Danish Demining Group, it provides mine-clearing services for the Libyan population. This country which has lived in turmoil for some years now sees many of…