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Published on Oct 6, 2015
“Draw me a Public Policy!” is a workshop organized by youth members of Networks of Mediterranean Youth (NET-MED Youth) in Tunisia. Young women and men discuss the meaning of “public policies” and think creatively of the optimal way to explain them, visually and simply, to a wide audience. Explaining how a public policy and its mechanisms work is, indeed, not a simple process. Our youth aim through this workshop to create short and generic educational videos that explain the concept not only in Tunisia, but also to the rest of the countries that benefit from NET-MED Youth.
NET-MED Youth is a project implemented by UNESCO and funded by the European Union. It aims at mainstreaming youth issues and priorities across national decision-making and policy implementation in eastern and western Mediterranean countries by building the capacities of youth and youth organizations and promoting their active engagement in the development and implementation of national policies and strategies on youth, ensuring that youth issues are adequately covered by national and regional media and by identifying workable models for improving youth access to employment and youth inclusion in different sectors.