QUO VADIS EURO-MED CIVIL SOCIETY? - project results presented in audio-visual form

QUO VADIS EURO-MED CIVIL SOCIETY? is an international project, financially supported by the Anna Lindh Foundation, aimed to analyze the state of development of civil society in the Euro-Mediterranean area, identify new challenges (such as Covid-19), obstacles and opportunities for civil society, to propose a set of analyzes to relevant stakeholders , recommendations, tools and resources for shaping more effective public policies and action plans in this area.

National Foundation for Civil Society Development as a project leader, together with project partners - Center for International & European Studies at Kadir Has University (CIES, Turkey), European Institute of the Mediterranean/IEMed (Spain), Fotoessa (Greece) and House of Europe in Rhodes (Greece) conducted a series of 8 webinars. They provided an assessment of the state of civil society in the Euro-Mediterranean region since the signing of the Barcelona Declaration. The participants and contributors to this were the Heads of ALF National Networks of the Anna Lindh Foundation from Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Germany, Israel, Lebanon, Spain, Tunisia, Turkey and United Kingdom, together with ALF executive officials and members of ALF Advisory Board. Five additional online events were thematically structured, with the participation of other international experts.

The results of the project will include a sustainable fund of resources, such as tools, websites, publications, institutions, funding mechanisms, development ideas and other relevant topics, along with a number of policy recommendations published online and addressed to stakeholders, available in 3 official languages ​​of the Anna Lindh Foundation, distributed through the communication channels of partner organizations, with the aim of achieving a decisive influence on the activities of civil society in the Euro-Mediterranean area.

Video is avaliable HERE