Inclusive Citizenship in the Arab world

about the project

Overview

The major purpose of the training is to provide educators, trainers, and educational policy makers with the needed knowledge, tools and skills for a better understanding and efficient implementation of education on diversity, interculturality and citizenship inclusive of diversity in the context of the post-arab revolutions.

The training aims at helping Arab educators, trainers and educational policy makers to identify and test the appropriate techniques for introducing Inclusive Citizenship Education in their communities.

It can be given on demand to an Arab institution, or a group of teachers/trainers from any Arab country.

 

Who Should Attend

 

Participants Background
Academic background:

Graduates

Career Level:

Educators and Trainers

 

Training Outcomes
Objective of the Training:

  • Understanding intercultural citizenship
  • Understanding the dynamics of individual and collective identity
  • Gaining capacity to analyse current situations in the Arab world
  • Gaining an overview of diversity in the Arab region
  • Understanding of the positive and negative role of religion in the public sphere
  • Gaining capacity to manage diversity in educational policies or in the classroom
  • Acquiring the methodology for educating and training on intercultural citizenship
  • Acquiring skills of conflict resolution and management

 

 

 

  • That you reflect deeper on yourself and your identity.. That you stand on the shores of the illusory limits of your rights and responsibilities and extend from there to encompass all the world, this is the moment where you discover your deep freedom, and that true understanding of the depth of the self only comes with the discovery of difference with the other, of living together, this beautiful coexistence that makes us savor a new taste to life, as citizens accepting the other. Thank you for this, thank you for this amazing and fruitful training.

    Meryem Narimen Noumar – Assistant professor in communication at Batna University-Algeria
  • I now go back to Mauritania and I know I have another role to play… that I have a new vision to concretize… a new concept that may be beneficial to my country. I tell my people that I understand my role now.

    Mohammad Aabidi – Mauritania

 

Training Outline

 

Course  Description

Axis 1: Diversity in the Arab World: reality and challenges

 Mapping the different layers of diversity in the Arab world and the challenges to this diversity.

Axis 2:Identity, belonging and public life

 The dynamics of identity and belonging in private and public life and the values of public life.

Axis 3: Citizenship models

 the different models of citizenship and the inclusive citizenship model

Axis 4: Conflict transformation and dialogue

 The foundations of communication in public life, from conflict resolution to constant dialogue

Axis 5: Methodology

 Skills in interactive training techniques, in development of exercises for education on diversity and mutual   understanding.

 

Notes:

This training was implemented for 60 educators from 10 Arab countries in collaboration with Anna Lindh Foundation.

A handbook for this training exists in Arabic on http://www.adyanonline.net/course/view.php?id=69

And in English on http://www.adyanonline.net/course/view.php?id=67

 

Fees And Scholarships

Program Cost:
Individual cost: per case

Institutional cost: per case

 

 

Sponsors & Scholarships:
Scholarship can be provided

 

Register

Training offering: offered upon demand

 

  • Being an educator or a trainer
  • Arabic speaking
  • Being from an Arab country
Format:
Face to face
Language:
Arabic
Average Age:
30
Region:
Arab Countries
Age:
20+
Duration:
5 days (adaptable on demand)

contact person

Adriana Bou Diwan (Ms.)
Training Program Coordinator