ETF Young Mediterranean Leaders
Thematic Area: ; VET Governance
Fourteen young people from across the Arab Mediterranean have been selected in the first ETF competitive call for “Young Mediterranean Leaders”.
Most of them are engaged in advanced studies or policymaking in the field of human capital development. They will have a chance to take part in the activities of the ETF in the region and contribute to policy debates.
They come from Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, occupied Palestinian territory and Tunisia. There are seven men and seven women. Here are their names:
- Amine Ferroukhi, Algeria
- Sundus Balata, Egypt
- Mirelle Karam, Halim Egypt
- Rhana Ghafary, Jordan
- Dua'a Al Jilani, Jordan
- Maissam Nimer, Lebanon
- Hanin Al Fakih, Lebanon
- Tressia Hobeika, Lebanon
- Badiâ Safi-Eddine, Morocco
- Amar Kaddouri, Morocco
- Natsheh Basel, occupied Palestinian territory
- Fayez Jaber Sameh, occupied Palestinian territory
- Mohamed Belarbi, Tunisia
- Walid Said, Tunisia
The European Group for Public Administration (EGPA) was the ETF’s partner in this first edition of the “Young Mediterranean Leaders” initiative. EGPA is a Regional Group of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences, whose purpose is to strengthen contacts and exchanges among European specialists in Public Administration.
The selected candidates will be officially presented at the ETF’s regional conference in Jordan on 25-27 September.