By Abeer Musleh
This paper aimed at learning about policies in the occupied Palestinian territories and the extent to which they are sensitive towards youth. It explored the change in the Palestinian society’s perception and status of youth as a result of the shift in the sociopolitical context. The change in the perception about youth was also a result of the change in actors in the area of youth and the practices they utilize.read more..
By Laden Yurttagüler
This paper aims to analyse the impact of the social policies developed by the official actors on the participation of young people in Turkey. The discussion particularly focuses on the emancipating and/or limiting effects of family-related policies on the participation and autonomy of young people.read more..
By Omar Somi
Tunisia provides a particularly interesting angle for examining the complex articulation between the national and global power dynamics that are reshaping the landscape of youth policies.read more..
Discussing the "You Stink " campaign in Lebanon, Mona Harb from the American University in Beirut underlines the new features of youth activism in the country.read more..
Rita Giacaman from Bir Zeit University attempts to give a definition of the new forms of political mobilisation in Palestine today.read more..