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New Arabia

A training- and networking-project for young leaders

08.05.2012 · Forschungsgruppe Europa

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The changes of the Arab Spring represent a unique opportunity for the Arab World itself as well as for Germany and Europe as its partners. Yet, the transformation countries of North Africa and the Middle East are facing multiple political, social and economic problem that have to be overcome. The establishment and strengthening of legitimate and inclusive political systems are needed to consolidate the transformation processes and address these challenges.

Michael Bauer, Mona Shahien and Katrin Kuhla at the Tahrir Lounge @ Goethe in Cairo

Against this background the Center for Applied Policy Research (C·A·P) together with partner institutions in Egypt and Tunisia initiates a training- and networking-project for young leaders, representatives of political parties, the civil society, media and science in the Arab transformation countries that is intended to train their management skills, political and social competences and promoting links between them.

The project is funded through the zivik programm of the Institut for Auslandsbeziehungen.

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