Med Dialogue for Rights and Equality second public debate questions the environmental commitment of civil society

January 27, 2021
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Following the success of its first online public debate on “Can citizens shape a free and united Mediterranean?”, which gathered among the audience 160 participants on Zoom and more than 1,2K viewers on Facebook live, the EU-funded Med Dialogue for Rights and Equality is organising its second online session on 29 January at 5.00 pm (CET) under the topic “Environmental engagement in the Mediterranean: is civil society lagging behind ?”. This session represents the second of a series of six online debates being held from January to April 2021.
The debate will be hosted on Zoom and broadcasted live on Facebook. It will gather Mediterranean prominent figures working in the environment field to discuss about the depth of old and new environmental challenges faced by the Mediterranean civil society as well as regional strategies to adopt in order to overcome them.
The deadline for registration is 28 January.

Med Dialogue for Rights and Equality is an EU-funded Technical Assistance Programme with the overall objective to strengthen the role of CSOs active at the regional scale, in building sustainable development, regional cohesion and resilience, as well as in influencing policy-making in the Southern Neighbourhood and the Euro-Mediterranean Space. ‘Mobilising local communities on regional issues of common concerns to influence the agenda of public decision-makers and regional institutions, and involve CSOs in emerging regional agendas and thematic dialogues’ is its core attribute.


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Countries covered:

  • Algeria
  • Egypt
  • Israel
  • Jordan
  • Lebanon
  • Libya
  • Morocco
  • Palestine *
  • Tunisia