Key Messages - Breaking the Barriers to Youth Inclusion
Étude sur le secteur et l'insertion professionnelle des lauréats de l'enseignement technique et de la formation professionnelle au Liban
Agenda Rencontre Valmer - Employment and Social Protection in the MENA region, Paving the way for a new social contract
Youth Employability in Lebanon:The Role of Vocational Education and Training and Entrepreneurship
Torino Process 2014 in Lebanon
ILO Best Practices For Integrating Entrepreneurship Education: Arab States Experience
Marché, emploi et formation dans le secteur de l’Efficacité Energétique
ILO UNDP report 2012 inclusive growth
ETF in Lebanon: What is Next?
Arab Youth Initiative Agenda, 6-7 November, 2013
AFD’s contribution to Youth Insertion and Active Labor Market Policies in the Mediterranean
Rencontre Valmer: WB Presentation on Jobs, Inclusion and Resilience
Séminaire - L’employabilité des jeunes au Liban : le rôle de la formation professionnelle, de l’enseignement technique et de l’entrepreneuriat
Press Release - Youth Employability in Lebanon
Rencontre Valmer: Introductory Speech AFD
Preparing and Inspiring Tomorrow’s Business Leaders
ETF UfM regional employability review 2012
Agenda - Youth Employability in Lebanon
Labor Market in Lebanon - Seminar Agenda - September 22 2014
Technica: Education without Borders
سوق العمل اللبناني وجهات نظر ومطالب شبابية
Demographic Changes: Were the Revolutions in the Arab Countries Inevitable?
Jan 16, 2015 / Blog entry
By Youssef Courbage*
In the annals of regional history or even the history of humanity, 2011 will always be known as Annus mirabilis. Political upheaval in countries such as Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Syria, Yemen, and Bahrain ushered in significant change in every sphere—social, economic, cultural, ideological, and religious. Are we sufficiently...
CMI Organizes Mediterranean Graffiti Exhibit “Walls of Change, Voices of Youth”
Dec 16, 2014 / Blog entry
Graffiti, just like Facebook and Twitter, can act as a powerful driver of change: graffiti can be anonymous, it is seen by all, and reflects constantly evolving messages. Most importantly, graffiti marks the streets with the voices of citizens.
In December 2014, in the context of its 6th Annual Meeting, the CMI organized “Walls of Change, Voices...
CMI Participates in Conference on Economic Development After the Arab Uprisings
Dec 11, 2014 / Highlight
December 11-12, 2014 – Paris, France
CMI experts were present for the Dauphine University Conference on Economic Development after the Arab Uprisings. The CMI contributed to three sessions: Youth Unemployment and Migration; Return on Education and Mass Unemployment; and Macroeconomics, Social and Political Developments after the Uprisings....
CMI Participates in Youth Health Conference, within the Framework of the 5+5 Dialogue Forum
Dec 05, 2014 / Highlight
December 5, 2014 – Marseille, France
CMI Manager Mourad Ezzine, opened the final day of a two-day event on Youth Health in the Mediterranean which was organized by the French Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region in the framework of the 5+5 Dialogue Forum. He presented the situation of health-related needs and the movements of skills and demand...
Tourism and Upheaval in the Southern Mediterranean Countries
Nov 10, 2014 / Blog entry
By Agnes Levallois*
The Euro-Mediterranean region has faced major upheaval in recent years—an economic and financial crisis in the north and protest movements in the south. Mediterranean societies are restive; they want their voices to be heard and are demanding an active role in determining the economic and social policies to accompany the...
AFD and the European Union in support to Youth employment in Lebanon
Nov 04, 2014 / Highlight
More than 20 percent of youth in Lebanon is unemployed, and more than 40 percent of educated young people leave the country within five years after graduation. Lebanon, like many countries in the Mediterranean, suffers a severe mismatch of skills between demands of the market place and low quality of vocational education and training....
A multi-dimensional policy is needed to address the many facets of exclusion and to promote greater youth participation
Oct 03, 2014 / Highlight
TUNIS, October 2, 2014— Three years after the revolution, young people in Tunisia have a limited presence in politics, continue to face high levels of unemployment and are not systematically consulted on key issues that directly affect them. A new report from the World Bank and the Center for Mediterranean Integration maps out the sources of this...
Economic Transitions in the Mediterranean
Aug 04, 2014 / MDF
At the initiative of academics from both the Northern and Southern Mediterranean who are convinced that there is a common destiny for the nations and peoples of this region, a working group met to consider the transitions underway in the Arab nations. This initiative was launched in November 2013 and is facilitated by the Center for Mediterranean...