2017 Civil Society and Media Training for Young People in Middle East and North Africa

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Eligible Countries: Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) Countries. Three additional countries will be also joining this program in 2016: Algeria, Lebanon, and Palestinian territories. Project beneficiaries are young people aged between 20 and 30, from Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestinian Territories, Tunisia and Yemen.

To be taken at (country): Arab world

Brief description: SafirLab offers assistance for about 20 project initiators (aged between 20 and 30 years) from the MENA region, committed to the issues of civil society and the media.

Eligible Field of Study: 

About the Award: SafirLab is a program intended to support the civil society engaged in the issues of citizenship, local governance and the media.

This program provides them with a tools kit (training sessions on project management, pitching workshops, personalized mentoring, as well as professional meetings) aiming at developing and strengthening their initiatives in the long term.
Education, women’s rights, health, new media… The projects of the participants in SafirLab are distinguished by their ability to bring social changes to communities.
In 2016, SafirLab will bring together around 20 project holders in Paris, from October 26 till November 6.  The objective of SafirLab is to create a sustainable dialogue with the youth, aged between 20 and 30 years, who are committed to the issues of citizenship, local governance and the media. Designed as a breeding ground for projects, it supports these young people in their journey to realize their professional or associative project by offering them mentoring and personalized tools and methods. SafirLab also strives to enable the emergence of a network based on common values and shared experience.

Offered Since: 2012

Type: Training

Eligibility: The projects should include suggestions about social innovation and meet, fully or partly, the following criteria:

– Meeting a social or societal need
– Involvement of the relevant stakeholders
– Collective adoption of the values
– Strong links with the countries
– Innovation through the economic model

Number of Awardees: The 2017 edition of this program will bring together a maximum of 25 participants coming from these 9 countries.

Value of Scholarship: 

  • Mentoring and personalized tools and methods.
  • Training sessions on project management, pitching workshops, personalized mentoring, as well as professional meetings) aiming at developing and strengthening their initiatives in the long term.

 

How to Apply: Candidates should apply on the Award webpage

Visit Award Webpage for details

Award Provider: CFI and The French institute

Application Deadline: NOT CURRENTLY ON GOING. WE WIL KEEP YOU UP TO DATE

Offered annually? Yes

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