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Bavarian-Tunisian Program on Policy Advice and Strategy Development
21.01.2016 · C·A·P
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The formulation and communication of policy objectives and recommendations for action are essential components of political planning, decision-making, and legitimation processes.
The program Policy Advice and Strategy Development aims primarily at researchers at Tunisian universities and think tanks as well as members of civil society organizations and political institutions (parties, parliament, ministries). It offers them training in the areas of policy advice, strategy formulation, and strategy implementation. In 2 to 3-day workshops the participants engage in discussions and trainings covering the following topics: strategy development, drafting and communication of policy recommendations through policy papers, and outreach activities.
Based on the discussions in the workshops, the participants will draft strategy papers on selected policy areas that reflect their respective areas of expertise and are considered particularly relevant to the political and socio-economic development in Tunisia. The specific topics are to be decided in discussion with the participants and might include issues such as: de-radicalization and dealing with extremism, strengthening of local administrative structures, sustainable energy security, resource management, migration and refugees, and tourism.
The program will be implemented by the Center for Applied Policy Research (C·A·P) in cooperation with the Union des Tunisiens Indépendants pour la Liberté (UTIL), the Arab Institute for Human Rights (AIHR) and the Faculty of Legal, Political, and Social Sciences of the University of Carthage.
The Bavarian State Chancellery supports this program financially. It is part of the Tunisian-Bavarian Action Plan 2016-2018 that the Bavarian government implements in cooperation with the Ministère du Développement, de l'Investissement et de la Coopération Internationale.
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