The EU-funded Young Mediterranean Voices programme is looking for a number of organizations that will be responsible for establishing debate hubs, managing cascade training of debate skills and meetings with participants at targeted countries level.
‘Debate Hubs’ will be responsible for supporting delivery of debate training and will establish Debate Clubs to have a minimum of fifteen participants and give young women and men the opportunity to practice their debate skills. Debate Hubs will co-ordinate inter and intra-Hub competitions.
The deadline is 28 March 2019. The countries involved are Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon,Libya, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia.
Young Mediterranean voices is the flagship debate and Dialogue programme connecting civil society, education and policy-makers across the southern Mediterranean and Europe. The programme provides a pioneering platform to open doors for young influencers to shape policy and media narratives. It is grounded on the positive experience of Young Arab Voices launched in 2011 by the Anna Lindh Foundation and British Council and it benefits from the support of the European Union.
Anna Lindh Foundation – website