About the Conference
The North African countries Suffer since the end of the European colonialism from several economic and political problems which led to enormous crises starting with the deprivation of civil and political rights to the lack of transparency and democracy.
People still live injustice in all its forms, and one of the results was the outbreak of uprisings and revolutions in 2011 (known as the Democratic Spring) to reject the political and economic system which did not present any project for advancement.
The first wave of revolutions was an endeavor for change, but without a true elite, political Islam groups distorted the demands of the revolutions and prevented any sincere changes. After six years, North Africa is still known for its highest rates of unemployment, extremism and all sort of marginalization.
The conflicts and political failure within North Africa go beyond its national borders to impact the rest of the region which already resulted in many crises, including illegal immigration, terrorism, and smuggling. Hence, the need to initiate a vision for a national and modern political alternative that serves the interests of the people, and to replace the pannational, religious and military ideologies to protect and develop the present and the future of the region.