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Eighty-six projects have been awarded

New deadlines will be scheduled soon for this phase IV of the EuroMed Youth Programme officially extended until 2016

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EuroMed Youth Awards

All the six forecasted deadlines have already passed and the results came up with a majority of projects under the Action 3 Euro-Med Youth Training and Networking (40), followed by those under the Action 1 Euro-Med Youth Exchanges (29) and the Action 2 Euro-Med Youth Voluntary Service (17).

275 proposals have been submitted and 86 awarded until now:

  • Egypt: 3 calls45 proposals9 projects awarded: 4 of the Action 1 Euro-Med Youth Exchanges; 1 of Action 2 Euro-Med Youth Voluntary Service; 4 of the Action 3 Euro-Med Youth Training and Networking
  • Tunisia: 3 calls40 proposals17 awarded projects: 7 of the Action 1 Euro-Med Youth Exchanges; 5 of Action 2 Euro-Med Youth Voluntary Service; 5 of the Action 3 Euro-Med Youth Training and Networking
  • Israel: 3 calls52 proposals19 awarded projects: 4 of the Action 1 Euro-Med Youth Exchanges; 1 of Action 2 Euro-Med Youth Voluntary Service; 14 of the Action 3 Euro-Med Youth Training and Networking
  • Jordan: 6 calls60 proposals13 awarded projects: 3 of the Action 1 Euro-Med Youth Exchanges; 1 of Action 2 Euro-Med Youth Voluntary Service; 9 of the Action 3 Euro-Med Youth Training and Networking
  • Lebanon : 2 calls14 proposals7 awarded projects: 5 of the Action 1 Euro-Med Youth Exchanges; 2 of the Action 3 Euro-Med Youth Training and Networking
  • Palestine : 6 calls64 proposals21 awarded projects: 6 of the Action 1 Euro-Med Youth Exchanges; 9 of Action 2 Euro-Med Youth Voluntary Service; 6 of the Action 3 Euro-Med Youth Training and Networking

New deadlines will be scheduled soon for this phase IV of the EuroMed Youth Programme officially extended until 2016.

2013 has been a fruitful, intense and full of new developments year for the EuroMed Youth Programme IV.

Three training courses for multipliers in cooperation with the EuroMed Youth Units have been organised in Tunisia, Israel and Jordan where 85 people were recognised as multipliers (51) or local focal points (23) to work in their networks.

The other main element that has contributed to the added value of the EuroMed Youth Programme IV is the organization of events and seminars that bring together representatives of both the EuroMed Youth IV and the Youth in Action programmes such as the seminar in Jordan “Youth work and youth unemployment: youth economic engagement as seed for a sustainable spring” and the study visits “Youth work in Palestine and surrounding challenges” and “Youth work and inclusion in Israel” which will feed the collection “Youth work in…” dedicated to Youth work in the Mediterranean partner countries (Tunisia, Israel, Jordan, Occupied Palestinian Territory and Egypt).

After all, the major and landmark event of 2013 was the “EuroMed Youth Awards” held in Dead Sea, which took place in Jordan from 11-13 June 2013. More than 70 participants from 11 European countries (Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Finland, France, Italy, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Spain), 1 Programme country of the Youth in Action Programme (Turkey) and 6 neighbour countries from the Mediterranean area (Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Tunisia) participated in the event.

From among 43 projects (17 for the EuroMed Youth Programme and 26 for the Youth in Action Programme), 10 projects received awards in the four categories corresponding to the actions of the Youth in Action and the EuroMed Youth programmes: youth exchange, voluntary service, seminar and training courses. Two were given the jury’s special prize for supporting the peace process in EuroMed Youth and for the long-term strategic approach to a training activity in Youth in action.

 
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