Today, precariousness seems to be the leitmotiv of life for young people in the Middle East and North Africa. This precariousness is experienced differently depending on a young person’s social class, gender, place of residence, citizenship status, etc., but overall the current generation is faced with a much more difficult transition into adult life than their predecessors due to a variety of factors: insecure and low quality jobs or unemployment, constrained mobility, delays and difficulties in forming a family, finding a house and becoming independent.read more..
POWER2Youth Final Conference took place on May, 4, 2017 at Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Aula Mario Baratto.read more..
On March 21st, at the EU Parliament in Brussels, SAHWA and POWER2YOUTH presented their main research results followed by a joint debate of experts from both consortia and members of the European Parliament and the European Commission.read more..
9 December 2016 - School of Oriental and African Studies, London
The conference has explored the predicament of young women and men in and from the MENA region in contemporary times. It brought together scholars and activists with the aim to analyse the visions, desires and projects emerging in the post-uprisings contexts among youth individuals, affective communities, social and political movements and social non-movements.read more..
The Power2Youth Conference was launched at the Faculty of Juridical Economic and Social Sciences-Souissi, Mohamed V, University in Rabat on the 19th of October.read more..