Bpb (Federal Agency for Civic Education)
The Bpb (Federal Agency for Civic Education/ Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung) is a federal public authority providing citizenship education and information on political issues for all people in Germany. The work done by the bpb centres on promoting awareness for democracy and participation in politics.
Considering Germany’s experience with various forms of dictatorial rule down through its history, the Federal Republic of Germany bears a unique responsibility for firmly anchoring values such as democracy, pluralism and tolerance in people’s minds. Being an institution entrusted with providing the kind of civic education specified in the German constitution, it also supports events organised by more than 400 approved educational establishments, foundations and non-governmental organisations involved in civic education in the Federal Republic of Germany.
For more information please visit: www.bpb.de/en
Goethe-Institut Cairo & Casablanca
The Goethe-Institut promotes knowledge of the German language abroad and cultivate international cultural cooperation. They convey a comprehensive image of Germany through information about cultural, social and political life in the country. Their cultural and educational programs promote intercultural dialogue and enable cultural participation. They strengthen the expansion of civil society structures and promote global mobility.
Goethe-Institut Cairo: For more information please visit: https://www.goethe.de/ar
Goethe-Institut Casablanca: For more information please visit: https://www.goethe.de/ins/ma
Ma’an Arab University Alliance – American University Cairo
Working in collaboration with the global Talloires Network, the Ma’an Arab University Alliance aims to bring together Arab universities with the collective goal of encouraging and enhancing civic engagement implementation in higher education and supporting the exchange of best practices.
For more information please visit: http://schools.aucegypt.edu/academics/maan
ONERDH organization – Morocco
The Morocco-based Northern Observatory for Human Rights (ONERDH) is a Moroccan non governmental organization focusing on human rights and countering and preventing violent extremism among youth in Morocco.
Prometheus Institute for Democracy and Human Rights – Morocco
The creation of the Prometheus Institute for Democracy and Human Rights is the result of several discussions among a group of young people from the new generation who have lived the crisis of democracy and wants to take advantage of their experience with regard to the democratic construction and the effective promotion of human rights in Morocco.
For more information please visit: prometheus.ma
Raouabit Assadaka association – Morocco
Raouabit Assadaka is a Moroccan organization focusing on the social and economic inclusion of vulnerable populations through various activities and workshops organized regularly in partnership with governmental institutions and national and international organizations.
Search for Common Ground – Morocco
The mission of Search for Common Ground in Morocco is to promote a culture of dialogue and mutual respect in which everybody’s voice is heard. They do this by strengthening the capacity of individuals, organizations, institutions, and the government to cooperate and constructively resolve conflict. Their vision is a society in which everyone can fulfill their potential and differences are viewed as catalysts of social progress. This inclusive society would allow participation in all decision-making processes at all levels. Cooperation and constructive conflict resolution would be the norm.
For more information please visit: https://www.sfcg.org/morocco/
SimSim – Morocco
SimSim-Participation Citoyenne is a Moroccan non-profit and non-political association that aims to use information and communication technologies (ICT) to support and facilitate the participation of citizens in the management of public, according to best practices of good governance.
For more information please visit: http://simsim.ma
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