Promote the major findings of a World Bank report entitled report “Breaking the Barriers to Youth Inclusion” on the economic and social situation of youth in Tunisia.
A report launch event for the press and the public, infographic series, and online video animating the findings of this.
Wasabi assembled members of the media and key members of civil society for the launch of the report, which included a question and answer session on critical challenges facing youth. Wasabi also produced a series of engaging infographics around the report, as well as a video in English, French, and Arabic animating the major findings.
Build a sense of pride and community within one of the largest companies in Tunisia, while stimulating creativity and innovation in a growing and competitive industry.
Create a space for ideas that allows for talented individuals from inside and outside the company to give the talk of a lifetime and engage their colleagues in a meaningful dialogue about their shared future.
TEDxOoredoo, the first of its kind pairing between TEDx and a major Tunisian company, was attended by over 1000 Ooredoo employees from across the company and the country. During the event, eight Ooredoo team members shared their ideas, stories, and talents on stage in front of their colleagues and showed a different side of their personalities.
Develop a high quality debate platform for youth in the Arab world that can engage young people in political economic and cultural debates, and bring established thought leaders to debate with them on a single stage.
Professional studio production of live youth debates, including lighting, video, and sound as well as event facilitation.
Three youth debates in Tunisia and Turkey exploring the topics of Separation of Religion and State, the Need for Intervention in Syria, and Solutions to the Economic Crisis in Tunisia
Launch a dialogue among youth from around the Arab world on how the Arab Spring has impacted them in their countries and communities.
Implement the first Arab Youth and Development Debate, led by World Bank and Center for Mediterranean Integration. Two teams of youth activists from Tunisia, Iraq, Egypt, and Yemen debated the notion “Have Youth Gained from the Arab Spring?”
A professional studio quality debate in the historic Tunis medina that aired online and on AlJazeera Mubasher to audiences across the Middle East and North Africa.