Sadem Jebali worked for five years as the head of the civil society and youth programmes at the British Council, covering the Middle East and North Africa work stream. He graduated from the Institut des Hautes Etudes Commerciales de Carthage in Tunisia in 2012. Sadem was Vice President of AIESEC Carthage and is still involved in social activism as an advisor for communication and talent development for different NGOs across North Africa. As part of his responsibilities in managing the partners of the British Council Tunisia, he worked closely with the main actors in the international development organization community in Tunisia. He also worked as a consultant for a Euromed Youth Project based in France. During his studies, Sadem will devote his time to reflecting on youth and societal, political transformations in the MENA region and how it is affecting, as well as affected by, youth.
Master’s thesis title
Political and economic engagement of the Tunisian diaspora in Europe