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SPECIAL YOUTH SECTOR CALL
"Policy Dialogue with the EU High-Representative for Foreign Affairs" An EU Initiative in association with Young Mediterranean Voices Brussels, 22-23 March 2017 Deadline to respond to this...
This call to Youth Sector representatives from the Southern Mediterranean region, run in association with "Young Arab Voices", is coordinated by the Anna Lindh Foundation and funded by the...
There are some 300 million young people in the Middle East and North Africa. Tens of millions of them have no jobs, no opportunities, and no voice. This represents an enormous challenge – but also a...
Because evidence and research based debate skills among youth are very important in enriching pluralistic and democratic dialogue among youth, the Young Arab Voices programme (YAV) in Lebanon...
Cairo 15 April 2016 – For the first time since the launch of the Young Arab Voices programme (YAV) in Egypt in 2011, and after a series of successful local debate tournaments, Cairo hosts the 1st...

Welcome to Young Arab Voices

Public Debate: Volunteerism plays a vital role in education, employment, and fulfilling the basic needs

Location

El Sawy Culturewheel
Zamalek Cairo
Egypt
EG
Tuesday, December 17, 2013 - 19:00

The wave of youth-led transformational change processes in the Arab region has highlighted youth as a positive asset for peace and development.

Public Debate: This House regrets Arab Spring

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 - 18:00

This public debate is organised in the framework of the UK Young Arab Voices Week 2013 in London, United Kingdom, where youth debaters from the MENA region will team up with UK-based youth debaters

UK Young Arab Voices Week 2013

For the first time, the Young Arab Voices is organising a week-long of debate and outreach activities in the United Kingdom, home of the largest debate societies in the world. Our brilliant youth debaters from across the region (Jordan, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algerian and Morocco) will be teaming up with some UK-based youth debaters in a series of activities ranging from training workshops, public debate events, seminars,  and outreach events.

Young Arab Voices: Feeding Jordan's Appetite for Debate

In the last few years, there has been an increasing appetite for debate and dialogue in Jordan after the uprisings in the Arab world and the increasing tension and violence whenever there is more than one opinion in any public arena.

Public Debate: Violence has become widespread in Egyptian society

Some people consider violence as a serious problem and a social plague rather than a crime. Violence is not new but over the last 15 years it has become more widespread, causing a serious social problem within our previously peaceful Egyptian society. Is violence a new phenomenon in our Egyptian community? What kind of interventions could solve this problem? Is it too late to do anything? These are all questions we need answers to.

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