On 22 June 2017, Algeria joined the North- South Centre of the Council
of Europe, becoming its 21st Member State to share the mission of
empowering civil society, in particular youth and women, through
intercultural dialogue and global citizenship education, according to
the values and principles of the Council of Europe.
its accession Algeria will also bring to the North- South Centre its
experience in these issues and will reinforce, through the North-South
Centre, the voice of the South in the North, working within the frame
work of the Quadrilogue composed by Governments, Parliaments, Local and
Regional Authorities and Civil Society.
The Member States
of the North- South Centre of the Council of Europe are currently 21:
Algeria, Andorra, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cape
Verde, Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Holy See, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg,
Malta, Montenegro, Morocco, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Serbia, Spain