The British Council and Chatham House launched the YAANI programme “ Young Arab Analysts Network International “ in 2011 to pave the way for a future generation of Moroccan policy-makers and analysts and enable them to contribute significantly and effectively to the development of their communities.
The project offered a development programme which includes:
• Work based opportunities
• Networking opportunities
• Collaborations and residencies
• Coaching and Mentoring
• Experiential learning opportunities
What we have done :
• Training offered to more than three hundreds of young people, who have shared their knowledge with young people in different cities across Morocco
• Study tours offered to more than nine young analysts.
• The creation of new youth organization of Mena Policy Hub.
• In cooperation with local partners, a series of policy debate forums has been run, which tackle some of the country’s most pertinent issues.
• The development of more than six policy briefs ( The two policy briefs are available for download below).
• Cascade trainings provided for more than three hundred young leaders on the analysis of public policies in different parts of Morocco.
• Policy debate was offered specially in our third edition to help analysts develop a scientific approach in the field of public policy analysis and encourage citizens to get involved in public debate.
• Trained over 3000 young analysts.
• Engaged over thousands of face-to-face through study tours and policy debates.
• Offered more than ten training modules.
• Published more than 12 papers.
• Support the creation of a new Mena Policy Hub.