Processus de la recherche action sur l’etat des lieux de la participation citoyenne des jeunes dans le territoir AOUAMA Tanger

Public Participation — Hearing

Morocco — May 30, 2024 @ 2:30pm - 5:30am GMT-00:00



The action research process will help us to establish a report on the state of play of youth citizen participation in the AOUAMA territory and region and will also help us collect the collective and individual perceptions of young people, representatives of society. civil and elected officials, the collection of perceptions constitutes a valuable lever in the formulation of our recommendations which will be included and published in the project deliverables, -launching the action: as we initially have a database of referenced collaborators and service providers, we have already chosen one among them. we communicate with the general public about this action by distributing press releases and posts on social networks to explain our action. internally we work with the service provider on action research tools (questionnaires and interview guide): it will be a question of testing them before implementing them in order to be on that the action works in convergence with the project.
We are mobilizing beneficiaries as indicated in our action plan.
we will also prepare the budget note for the action and the attendance lists.
we implement the action and move on to a live assessment of the smooth running of the mile stone

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