Update on innovative practices

The third annual meeting "Med Youth: Point sur les pratiques innovantes en direction des jeunes méditerranéens" was organised from 12 to 14 April 2018 in Algiers, in partnership with Jeunesse + , Act'Or, Sensibilisation Intégration Développement (SID) and the Nova association.

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"Mediterranean Youth: An update on innovative practices for Mediterranean youth
The Algerian stage of this cycle of "Mediterranean Youth" meetings was held from 12 to 14 April 2018 in Algiers and had as its theme "Update on innovative practices for Mediterranean youth"
The objectives of this meeting were to capitalise on practices and projects carried out by young people, to deepen the assessment of the situation initiated in Casablanca by highlighting adapted and innovative solutions and to continue the networking of actors working on youth-related issues in the Mediterranean.
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Unforeseen and

The meeting brought together 65 participants from Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Turkey, France, Spain, Italy and Portugal (10 countries). Only 65 people out of a planned 100 were able to participate, as participants from several countries were unable to obtain the required visa to enter Algeria. 
The meeting started with tourist and cultural visits. The Algerian partners of the meeting led a visit to the Kasbah of Algiers. This collective time favoured meetings and allowed the creation of a real group dynamic. Two days of thematic workshops allowed the participants to present their projects and to deepen the common reflection around the themes of the project.  
However, the meeting could not take place as planned. Indeed, the official authorisation necessary for the activity, which should have been delivered the day before the meeting, was refused due to the decree of a national mourning of 3 days following the crash of a military plane near Algiers, preventing the delivery of authorisations on the whole territory. Although the programme could be rethought at the last moment, together with the participants who adapted to this situation and made the most of the new spaces proposed, a certain number of times initially planned, such as the times open to the public, could not be held.
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