"The Mediterranean Youth are committed Emancipations, Creations, Des-espoirs, Struggles
The Cahiers du REF is a publication of REF - Réseau Euromed France. With each issue, the Cahiers address a topic that concerns all civil society organizations involved in the Mediterranean, between the two shores.
"This booklet shows the diversity, and often the gravity of the realities experienced by many young people in the Mediterranean. But it also wants to make known the local initiatives, the struggles, the new models, which make us believe in the future and give us reason to dream and hope. The resistance of young people is materialized by projects anchored in the living spaces of each one. It is also exercised widely through social networks, the digital world, artistic creation, to circumvent the shrinking of civic spaces in many of our countries. (Excerpt from the Editorial, Marion ISVI, Executive Director of the REF).
List of contributions :
- Marion ISVI (Executive Director of REF- Euromed France Network): EDITO.
- Soukaina MOUTAOUAKKIL (Student, Morocco): WHEN YOUTH EMANCIPATION IN MOROCCO IS THROUGH SOCIAL NETWORKS
- Anonymous, (Libya): BETWEEN INDEPENDENCE AND SELF-CENSORSHIP, THE SINUOUS PATH OF YOUNG LIBYAN JOURNALISTS
- Munya THAHER(Student, Palestine): PALESTINIAN YOUTH BETWEEN FRAGMENTATION AND COLONIALISM
- Tom GAILLARD (Vice-president of the network Engagé-e-s et Déterminé-e-s (E&D), France): YOUNG PEOPLE DO NOT BELIEVE IN POLITICS, BUT THEY DO POLITICS...
- Ahmed MERZAGUI (Artist, Algeria) : MORPHEE SHOW ME THIS CULTURE .
- Joelle ABD EL AAL, (Journalist, Lebanon): LEBANESE YOUTH BETWEEN HOPES AND DISAPPOINTMENTS ON OCTOBER 17, 2019
- Safa BEN BRAHIM (Photographer and human rights activist, Tunisia): SOCCER FANS AND FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION IN TUNISIA
- Samy IMEDJDAB and M'hamed BELBOUAB (Associative activists, Algeria) : 22H A ALGE
- Isaure MERCIER (Student, France) : STUDENTS' MENTAL HEALTH: ISSUES AND SOLUTIONS FOR A FULFILLED YOUTH
- Mira_HAMDI (Queer artist, slam poet, Tunisia): AN EMBRYO OF CLAY
- Alisa JORDAN(Student, Malta): LIVING THE CHANGE: EXPERIENCING MALTA AS A YOUNG PERSON AND A YOUTH WORKER
- Sana JEDDOU, (Young graduate and community activist, Morocco): HOW INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEERING HAS DEVELOPED MY PERSONALITY AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
- Barbara Margarita RADMANN, Pelagia TSAKALIDOU, Philip DUZDABANIAN, (Greece): THE PATHS OF ALPOCHORI: MEMORIES AND FEEDBACK FROM AN INNOVATIVE PROJECT IN GREECE.
- Rekane HAYET (Associative activist, Algeria): INFERNAL SPIRAL: FIRES IN ALGERIA AND THE MEDITERRANEAN
- Benjamin CAMBRONNE and Sébastien CHAILLEUX (Centre d'actions et de réalisations internationales (CARI), France): AN OASIS YOUTH IN SEARCH OF ITS FUTURE
- Michel ALIMASI,(Activist, Italy): YOUTH INITIATIVES TESTED BY TIME: AN ITALIAN EXPERIENCE
- Antoine PASSAVANT(Coordinator of international cooperation projects within the Mediterranean Institute of Training (IMF), France) : THE "FARIQ", A COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE OF YOUNG ACTIVISTS OF THE SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY
- Chaden MOATAZ, (consultant, Egypt): THE PROFESSIONAL INTEGRATION OF YOUNG EGYPTIAN WOMEN IN NON-TRADITIONAL JOBS
- Rajaa ESSAGHYRY (young Moroccan researcher in arts and humanities, Morocco): IN MOROCCO, WOMEN'S EMANCIPATION IS ONLY A WIRE'S WAY
- Merchi (Activist, Spain): PRECARITY IN SPAIN
- Zouhour OUAMARA, (University teacher and legal consultant Tunisia): TUNISIA IN DEEP CRISIS, THE PERPETUAL DISTRESS OF YOUNG PEOPLE
- Bachar RAHME (Writer and researcher, Syria): AND YOU ASK YOURSELF EVERY DAY IN SYRIA...WHAT SHOULD I DO? SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO?
- Issac HILLES, (Activist, Palestine): THE CHAINED FREEDOM OF THE YOUTH IN GAZA