Syria: Ezdina is holding a capacity development seminar for young Yezidis in the city of Terbespi

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The Ezdina Foundation held a capacity-building session, which was organized under the title "Managing and strengthening the role of youth in access to decision-making", the session was led by civil activist Jeannard Seydoux.

The project involved a group of young people, both male and female Yezidis, who are residents of the region.

The session included several aspects defining the term governance, the need for governance and its goals, the differences that governance creates when it is applied and when it is not and suggestions from participants on how to strengthen governance.

Hewa Othman, a young Yezidi participant in the session pointed out the importance of holding information sessions for all sectors of society, supporting small projects, empowering young people and their participation in decision-making processes, as well as the need to form specialized committees and disseminate information to the public. Governance plays a role in achieving social justice and individual participation in building society, thereby achieving progress in all political, economic and social aspects and implementing the principle of legal accountability.

The participant of this project, Bahia Maami, a young Yazidi woman from Al-Hasaka, in her speech focused on the need to conduct capacity-building sessions and organize awareness-raising classes in order to empower young people and increase their self-confidence. The girl pointed out the importance of holding sessions aimed at opening religions to each other and focusing on community mobilization, as this helps to identify the material and moral needs of community members.

The Ezdina Foundation held the first capacity-building sessions of the Zaharat Al-Zaytun Project on July 27 in camps in Al-Hasakah city in the presence of displaced young women and men.

Notably, the Ezdina Foundation launched a new project in northern and eastern Syria called "Olive Flower". The project aims to promote a culture of brotherhood and respect for religious and national pluralism, counteracting incitement to hatred and extremism, eliminating negative stereotypes that have accompanied some religious and national components, strengthening the capacity of minorities and displaced youth, the importance of protecting the interests of children who survived the war in Syria.

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Syria: Ezdina is holding a capacity development seminar for young Yezidis in the city of Terbespi

2022/08/98798-1660722847.jpg
Read: 414     15:30     17 Август 2022    

The Ezdina Foundation held a capacity-building session, which was organized under the title "Managing and strengthening the role of youth in access to decision-making", the session was led by civil activist Jeannard Seydoux.

The project involved a group of young people, both male and female Yezidis, who are residents of the region.

The session included several aspects defining the term governance, the need for governance and its goals, the differences that governance creates when it is applied and when it is not and suggestions from participants on how to strengthen governance.

Hewa Othman, a young Yezidi participant in the session pointed out the importance of holding information sessions for all sectors of society, supporting small projects, empowering young people and their participation in decision-making processes, as well as the need to form specialized committees and disseminate information to the public. Governance plays a role in achieving social justice and individual participation in building society, thereby achieving progress in all political, economic and social aspects and implementing the principle of legal accountability.

The participant of this project, Bahia Maami, a young Yazidi woman from Al-Hasaka, in her speech focused on the need to conduct capacity-building sessions and organize awareness-raising classes in order to empower young people and increase their self-confidence. The girl pointed out the importance of holding sessions aimed at opening religions to each other and focusing on community mobilization, as this helps to identify the material and moral needs of community members.

The Ezdina Foundation held the first capacity-building sessions of the Zaharat Al-Zaytun Project on July 27 in camps in Al-Hasakah city in the presence of displaced young women and men.

Notably, the Ezdina Foundation launched a new project in northern and eastern Syria called "Olive Flower". The project aims to promote a culture of brotherhood and respect for religious and national pluralism, counteracting incitement to hatred and extremism, eliminating negative stereotypes that have accompanied some religious and national components, strengthening the capacity of minorities and displaced youth, the importance of protecting the interests of children who survived the war in Syria.

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Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis   #aboutyazidis   #iraqyazidis