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Citizenship and Human Rights

Citizenship and Human Rights

As an NGO, we build the capacity and civil society leaders to promote the human rights and citizenship of marginalized groups, focusing on women and youth. We train young leaders to promote equal citizenship and democratic participation in public life, promote the use of media as an instrument for active peace and human rights, and aim to empower marginalized and economically challenged communities.

Citizenship In Tripoli
Citizenship In Tripoli
24 11 2017 |
EWCE: Phase III
EWCE: Phase III
04 03 2017 |
Empowering Women Countering Extremism   “It's when we start working together that the real healing takes place... it's when we start spilling our sweat, and not our blood” Tamara from Jordan   The Empowering Women Countering Extremism (EWCE) is an initiative that is carried out in cooperation between Forum for Development, Culture and Dialogue FDCD and Danmission with the support of the Danish-Arab Partnership Initiative at the Danish ministry...
ESCAP: The Workshop
ESCAP: The Workshop
08 02 2017 |
Active Citizenship.. Workshop for Networking and Discussing Results.. Within the framework of its Empowering Syrian Civil Society Actors Project (ESCAP), the Forum for Development, Culture and Dialogue (FDCD) held a workshop on active citizenship on February 8 and 9, 2017 at the Garden Hotel in Broummana. The workshop aimed at reviewing the results of dozens of initiatives sponsored by FDCD in various Syrian regions over the past few months, in addition to discussing the difficulties ...
ESCAP Initiative: We Will Return
ESCAP Initiative: We Will Return
08 02 2017 |
“Raj3in” - We Will Come Back, is an initiative where a training of trainers was provided for those who directly work with women and youth, and which took place in Sayida Zaynab area, Damascus suburb. The workshop focused on meetings between the trainees with women and children on a daily basis and working with them on group activities. The training focused on subjects like children rights, non-violence, citizenship, co-existence and tolerance. Meetings with children...
ESCAP Initiative: Echo
ESCAP Initiative: Echo
08 02 2017 |
Sada Initiative – Nahel Center Nahel center in Damascus organized a 3 day workshop for youth and gathered 30 participants from different backgrounds of the Syrian society, focusing on active citizenship, tolerance, and dialogue. Many activities were organized, initiating participants to design development and rehabilitation plans for the areas they live in. Two similar workshops for children followed. “Grandma Latouf”, as the kids called her, was facilitating...
ESCAP Initiative: Ready for the Challenge
ESCAP Initiative: Ready for the Challenge
08 02 2017 |
 “Ready for the challenge”is not only an initiative launched in Aleppo by networking with 16 active organizations in the governorate, but also the cornerstone of the participatory approach needed for the future. The idea emerged from the needs’ assessment conducted within the society and from the group’s firm conviction (200 volunteers) that only with cooperation can better results be achieved. The first activity gathered, for three consecutive days, a...
ESCAP Initiative: Spotlight
ESCAP Initiative: Spotlight
08 02 2017 |
“Spotlight” is a three-scenes- free targeted comic play staged 6 times in Aleppo, between the 26th of November and the 16th of December, with a focus on all the Syrian families, whether affected by the crisis or not. The scenes depicted the problems weighing on the Syrian society and families. In fact, the scene “Women clinics” aimed at shedding light on gender discrimination, gender-based violence and questions pertaining to those with special needs, while...
ESCAP Initiative: Kashwiyye
ESCAP Initiative: Kashwiyye
08 02 2017 |
“Kashawia” which means basket in the Syrian terminology, reflecting the diversity of Syria’s communities, is an initiative which was organized in Salamiya, Hama.  A common space was prepared and equipped to host the initiative and guarantee its sustainability. Several introduction sessions took place and included live music, folklore singing.121 participants aged between 40 and 80 were present. Activities included dialogue and sharing of experiences. Films and...
ESCAP Initiative: Youth Village
ESCAP Initiative: Youth Village
08 02 2017 |
“The Youth Village” is a societal initiative targeting all age categories from different regions in Aleppo, with the single aim of disseminating several concepts such as tolerance, active citizenship, positive approaches to difference and peace. The initiative gathered several volunteers in training sessions that revolved around the various concepts of citizenship and led to three workshops on citizenship held in four different regions during the last four months of 2016,...
ESCAP Initiative: My Rights in Colors
ESCAP Initiative: My Rights in Colors
08 02 2017 |
“My Rights in Color” is an animation video raising awareness on children’s rights. It was presented to children aged between 6 and 12, in Damascus suburb areas, in cooperation with several groups that provide psychosocial support for children. Coloring books were also distributed, with drawings that emphasize children’s rights.

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