MAJALAT Youth Workshops I and II, on November 24th and 27th, aim particularly at inviting youth and youth civil society organizations from Euro-med countries (mostly from the SM) to actively engage with the EU representatives in devising ways and means for concretizing the aforementioned recommendations, (See list of recommendations in Annexes I & II). More precisely, the participants will be:
1. Updated on the new developments in EU policies on the topic of youth as crosscutting edge in the contexts of socio-economic developments and inclusion, migration and mobility, education and employability, health and security, and rule of law;
2. Invited to put into their perspectives and discussions during the breakout sessions to consolidate previously generated recommendations (see Annexes I & II), and enlarging their scopes if needed.
3. Propose tangible and result-oriented operationalization mechanisms and implementation tools that could be proposed and negotiated to the EU representatives who will be attending the event on the 27th of November.
In so doing, participants are particularly requested to bring to the forth their own advocacy experiences as well as propositions; and discuss and advise suggestions on how can regional and bilateral agreements with EU improve their advocacy on youth issues, along with its crosscutting fields of action.