Southern Neighbourhood
Good governance and rule of law

The Arab NGO Network for Development is pleased to invite you to participate in the 2020 Southern Neighborhood Policy Seminar, which will include online workshops and panels on EU policies in the Southern Neighborhood region. This seminar is part of the Majalat** initiative, which aims to create a space for constructive dialogue at the regional level between the European Union and civil society organizations in the Southern Neighborhood region.

The thematic workshops will take place over five days from Monday 23 to Friday 27 November. Each workshop will be divided into two sessions, the first giving the opportunity to discuss the recommendations previously developed among civil society participants, while the second session will consolidate these recommendations in the presence of European Union officials. More details can be found in the agenda attached .

Please select the workshop you would like to participate in by completing the registration form on this link. Then, our colleagues from the organizing association of the workshop will contact you with more details.

Public Panels

The panels will focus on the political and socio-economic context in the region and the main challenges facing civil society. These sessions will include experts and representatives from civil society and the European Union, whose names will be confirmed in future correspondence. The discussion will focus on the role of the European Union and its future policy priorities, paving the way for the continuation of the dialogue on these issues at the next Civil Society Forum.

Date: November 30 and December 1 (See agenda attached)

To confirm your participation, please fill the following form:

Or contact us at the following addresses:

-          Email:

-          Tel: +961 1 319 366

-          Fax: +961 1 815 636

Finally, we need your input to be able to evaluate this project’s progress and assess its impact. Can you take two minutes to fill this questionnaire ? Your help would be very valuable, and would contribute to the improvement of this structural dialogue process.