Friday, October 25, 2013

Euromediterranean Youth Meeting 2014: Social entrepreneurship best practices exchange

Study Visit 

7-11 April 2014 | Barcelona, Spain 
The Euromediterranean Meeting aims to facilitate the encounter between young people from different communities within the Euro-Mediterranean region that share similar challenges and have common interests on youth work development.

The Euromediterranean Meeting aims to facilitate the encounter between young people from different communities within the Euro-Mediterranean region that share similar challenges and have common interests on youth work development.

Deadline: 15 November 2013

The objectives of the meeting are to:
  • Promote the young entrepreneurs attitude as a social transformation tool.
  • Facilitate network projects between the Euro-Mediterranean countries.
  • Encourage the creativity, innovation, critic vision and participation within the Euro-Mediterranean region.
  • Empower the youth debate and lobby actions for the youth life conditions improvement within the Euro-Mediterranean area.
This year the Euro-Mediterranean Meeting will offer an innovative good practices exchange where the participants will have the possibility to share the opportunities and difficulties they face while implementing their projects. The Meeting will provide with workshops on creativity and networking together with the visit of several social entrepreneurship projects held in Catalonia.

This Study Visit is for 35 participants from: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, LIBYAN ARAB JAMAHIRIYA, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestinian Authority of the West Bank and Gaza Strip, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, EU MEMBER STATES 

and recommended for: Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, Project managers, Youth Policy Makers, Young Social Entrepereneurs

Working language: English

Organizer: 
  • Catalan Agency for Youth (NGO/Others)
  • Youth Meeting is organized by the Catalan Agency for Youth, Autonomous Government of Catalonia.
  • Co-organizer(s):
  • Association of Human Rights Educators (AHEAD) (NGO/Others)

Our partner source: youth-in-action.org

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Friday, October 25, 2013

Euromediterranean Youth Meeting 2014: Social entrepreneurship best practices exchange

Study Visit 

7-11 April 2014 | Barcelona, Spain 
The Euromediterranean Meeting aims to facilitate the encounter between young people from different communities within the Euro-Mediterranean region that share similar challenges and have common interests on youth work development.

The Euromediterranean Meeting aims to facilitate the encounter between young people from different communities within the Euro-Mediterranean region that share similar challenges and have common interests on youth work development.

Deadline: 15 November 2013

The objectives of the meeting are to:
  • Promote the young entrepreneurs attitude as a social transformation tool.
  • Facilitate network projects between the Euro-Mediterranean countries.
  • Encourage the creativity, innovation, critic vision and participation within the Euro-Mediterranean region.
  • Empower the youth debate and lobby actions for the youth life conditions improvement within the Euro-Mediterranean area.
This year the Euro-Mediterranean Meeting will offer an innovative good practices exchange where the participants will have the possibility to share the opportunities and difficulties they face while implementing their projects. The Meeting will provide with workshops on creativity and networking together with the visit of several social entrepreneurship projects held in Catalonia.

This Study Visit is for 35 participants from: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, LIBYAN ARAB JAMAHIRIYA, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestinian Authority of the West Bank and Gaza Strip, Syria, Tunisia, Turkey, EU MEMBER STATES 

and recommended for: Youth workers, Trainers, Youth leaders, Project managers, Youth Policy Makers, Young Social Entrepereneurs

Working language: English

Organizer: 
  • Catalan Agency for Youth (NGO/Others)
  • Youth Meeting is organized by the Catalan Agency for Youth, Autonomous Government of Catalonia.
  • Co-organizer(s):
  • Association of Human Rights Educators (AHEAD) (NGO/Others)

Our partner source: youth-in-action.org

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