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Tawasalo Project
10/09/2020 - 14:22

Aim of the Project: To combat stereotypes and fragmentation between Palestinian youth in the West Bank, Jerusalem, and Israel

 

Partners: PalVision

 

Activities] :

  • Recruiting 10 exchange leaders (aged 24-30) and 20 youth groups (aged 14-20) from Israel, the West Bank and Jerusalem (35 youth per group) to participate in exchange tours with their counterparts in the other geographic regions
  • 75 workshops with the project facilitator and the exchange leader from each locality to prepare for the exchange tours and discuss stereotypes and expectations about the planned exchange
  • 45 exchange tours between different groups from different localities in Israel, Jerusalem, and the West Bank during which they will discuss issues relating to stereotypes and fragmentation, tour the locality where the exchange is taking place, and learn more about the geographic and historical realities shaping the place and its people

 

Results:

  • 10 youth leaders are empowered to facilitate exchanges and dialogue among youth from the West Bank, Jerusalem, and the Palestinian society in Israel
  • 760 Palestinian youth aged 14-20 from the West Bank, Jerusalem, and the Palestinian society in Israel have been exposed to the perspectives of youth living in the other regions

 

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