NET-MED Youth helps Algerian youth organisations to improve their communication

October 21, 2016
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A dozen representatives from youth organisations of the NET-MED Youth Algeria group, were provided with new tools and skills that would enable them to better develop internal and external communication actions within their organization, at a two-day workshop organised by the EU-funded NET-MED Youth projectin Algiers earlier this month.

The workshop themed “Internal and External Communication: The Multiple Tools for NGO Communication”, comes as a response to a need expressed by the youth organizations themselves. On the one hand, the goal is to ensure a better management of the information flow inside the organisation, for an improved work efficiency. And on the other hand, the idea is to enhance the visibility of the organisation and its presence in the local and regional media field.
This initiative was the first in a series of three capacity-building workshops targeting Algerian youth organisations in the field of information, communications and media. It is, above all, a skill-sharing opportunity.
NET-MED Youth aims to improve the access and effective participation of young people in mainstreaming their priorities into legislation and national planning in the Southern Mediterranean Partner countries. Specifically, it aims to build the capacities of youth organisations in ENP South countries and to enhance networking among them in order to reduce the fragmentation of efforts and harness the collective potential of young people in achieving democratic transition towards active citizenship, political participation and social inclusion. (EU Neighbourhood Info)
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NET-MED Youth – webpage
EU Neighbourhood Info Centre – Youth


Countries covered:

  • Algeria