Partner Organisations

For our international exchange program we are currently partnering with the following organisations who receive volunteers:

 

Egypt

Andalus Institute for Tolerance and anti-Violence Studies, Cairo

Alwan wa Awtar, Cairo – Mokattam

Arab West Report – Egyptian Press Summaries and Media Research for Dialogue, Cairo

Association for Women’s Total Advancement and Development (AWTAD), Cairo

Better Life Association for Comprehensive Developement, Minia Governorate

EMDP – Egypt Media Development Program, Cairo – Downtown

Life Makers Foundation, Cairo – 6th of October City

Maat Foundation for Peace, Development, and Human Rights, Cairo

Mayadin al-Tahrir, Cairo – Shubra

Media Arts for Development (MADEV), Cairo

Nahdet el-Mahrousa, Cairo – Downtown

New Horizon Association for Social Development (NHASD), Cairo – Fustat al-Gadida

 

Jordan

Al Toria Studies Center, Amman

I-Dare, Amman

Identity Center, Amman

 

Lebanon

Green Line, Beirut

Himaya, Mansourieh / Beirut

MARCH, Beirut

SMEX – Social Media Exchange, Beirut/USA

 

Morocco

Association Chantiers de la Citoyenneté, Rabat

Association El Amane pour le Dévelopement de la Femme, Marrakech

Association Espace Lumière Initiative Jeunesse (ELIJ), Fes (Facebook)

Chantiers Sociaux Marocains, Rabat

The High Atlas Foundation (HAF), Marrakech

Social Voluntary Services, Casablanca

Palestine

Al Qaws for sexual and gender diversity in Palestinian society, Jerusalem

Al Rowwad Acts, Bethlehem

Bidna Capoeira, Ramallah

Leaders, Ramallah

MEND – Middle East Non-Violence and Democracy, Jerusalem – Beit Hanina

MIFTAH, Ramallah

Project Hope, Nablus

PYALARA – Palestinian Youth Association for Leadership And Rights Activation, Al-Bireh

 

Tunisia

Arab Institute for Democracy, Tunis

ATIDE, Tunis

iWatch, Tunis

Munathara – open Arab debate initiative, Tunis

SAWTY, Tunis

We love Kairouan, Kairouan


In Germany we cooperate with MentorMe, Berlin, who send their “Mentees” to us.

 

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MentorMe, a job-related mentoring programme, supports and encourages female students from humanities and social science studies in their career planning process and personal development through individual mentoring, a workshop programme and a supporting network.
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