The Project The objective of the project MAJALAT* is to create and promote a space of encounter and constructive dialogue between the civil society of the South of the Mediterranean and the European Union (EU). Through its annual cycle of meetings at national, regional and European levels, as well as virtual tools and spaces on key themes for the Euro-Mediterranean region, the project aims to mobilize civil society as well as other key players in the field/ region,--More
The online forum area of the Majalat digital platform allows people with common interests to exchange ideas and experiences, as well as to carry out discussions on neighborhood policies in the South of the Mediterranean, prioritizing the themes of good governance and the rule of Law, economic development and social dialogue, migration, security and countering violence, social and climate justice.
In order to strengthen the capacities of civil society organizations and their members to discuss European, regional and national policies, the Majalat digital platform offers interactive online training modules, videos and graphic animations, focused on priority themes ( economic development and social dialogue, good governance and Rule of law, migration, security and countering violence, social and climate justice).More
The interactive map of the South of the Mediterranean enables visitors to access a list of civil society organisations registred with the Majalat Digital Platform, by country and type of activities.
By sharing information, debate and online learning, the interactive digital platform Majalat is a new and innovative experience. To encourage and facilitate the participation of the maximum number of organizations and people – in particular young people and women – in the dialogue with the concerned authorities on the major social and political challenges of the southern Mediterranean and on the relations between the European Union and this region.More
To get updates on Civil society organizations of the southern Mediterranean and on EU's Neighborhood Policy with this region.