Our program aims at supporting children, youth and communities to develop conflict and gender sensitive strategies to promote dialogue and meeting spaces and enhance social cohesion and stability.
The program teaches children and youth about the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and inspires them to become advocates for tolerance and peace.
The program takes into account the protective social network of young people at family and community level and conducts sessions for youth that are complemented by sessions for parents
Nowadays, we get most of our information from the Internet and the media. Therefore, the ability to read and analyze the content received by media has become an essential skill in the 21st century.
The program is based on research on child development and the need to have a safe and healthy atmosphere and effective teaching strategies, class management and effective programs in schools.
Empowers youth, young journalists and professionals to benefit from their mobiles to enhance democracy and freedom of expression and tell stories about their communities.