"Debate to Action” communications and leadership programme

时间(当地时间): 
2016-02-14 08:302016-02-18 16:30
地点: 
约旦, Amman
事件类型: 
7类 - 研讨会和工作坊
联系: 
Rosario Soraide (r.soraide@unesco.org)

The “Debate to Action” communications and leadership programme will bring together young emerging leaders from Arab countries, in addition to international institutions, media mentoring networks, and European peers. The overarching aim of the programme will be to develop the participants’ ability to make their voices heard in the public realm and to turn their ideas into action. Hosted at the Jordanian Media Institute (JMI), the 5-day training programme is co-organized by the Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF) and Common Purpose in partnership with the British Council, UNESCO (through the EU-funded Networks of Mediterranean Youth project, NET-MED Youth) and the World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid.
The “Debate to Action” communications and leadership programme will bring together young emerging leaders from Arab countries, in addition to international institutions, media mentoring networks, and European peers. The overarching aim of the programme will be to develop the participants’ ability to make their voices heard in the public realm and to turn their ideas into action. Hosted at the Jordanian Media Institute (JMI), the 5-day training programme is co-organized by the Anna Lindh Foundation (ALF) and Common Purpose in partnership with the British Council, UNESCO (through the EU-funded Networks of Mediterranean Youth project, NET-MED Youth) and the World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid.

The programme will combine innovative methodologies to support the participants to work together in a fresh and exciting way, with a focus on tackling a common challenge relevant to societies to the south and north of the Mediterranean. The challenge for this training will be:
How can we make a step change in the ability of young leaders to get their messages across?

This communications and training programme has been designed as part of a strategic research and development project focused on the role of youth leadership and debate in strengthening resilience and promoting socio-economic participation.