Monday, July 29, 2013

Call for trainers and participants: ‘Education for Intercultural Citizenship’ training

The Citizens for Dialogue programme - DAWRAK, an initiative by the Anna LindhFoundation, launches a call for participants and trainers for the training "Education for Intercultural Citizenship", which will be held in Beirut – Lebanon between the 23rd and the 27th of September, 2013.

The training, which is organised by Adyan Foundation, is addressed to the Arab countries after the recent social, cultural and political changes in the Region.

Around 60 participants will be selected on the basis of diversity in their religious, ethnic and cultural backgrounds from 10 Arab countries: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria and Mauritania to participate in this first regional training for Arab teachers, educators, trainers, concerned politicians and academics under the theme of “Education for intercultural Citizenship”.

Applications should be sent along with a personal photo and a copy of the passport of the candidate DIRECTLY to the following email address: ccsd@adyanvillage.net or to Adyan Foundation fax number: 00961 1 393211

Deadline for receiving applications for participants is Wednesday 7th of August 2013. In case of your selection, Anna Lindh Foundation throughAdyan Foundation, will cover travel expenses, meals and accommodation, in addition to the trainer fees.

For those who would like to apply to be a trainer in one of the following areas: "Education pedagogy", "identity and intercultural education", "conflict management" and "social media" please fill the appropriate form matching your interest and send it before Monday 5th August 2013 and DIRECTLY to the following email address: ccsd@adyanvillage.net or to Adyan Foundation fax number: 00961 1 393211

Kindly note that only selected candidates and trainers will be notified before 20th of August 2013.
Applications and more information is only available in Arabic. Participants application available here.

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Monday, July 29, 2013

Call for trainers and participants: ‘Education for Intercultural Citizenship’ training

The Citizens for Dialogue programme - DAWRAK, an initiative by the Anna LindhFoundation, launches a call for participants and trainers for the training "Education for Intercultural Citizenship", which will be held in Beirut – Lebanon between the 23rd and the 27th of September, 2013.

The training, which is organised by Adyan Foundation, is addressed to the Arab countries after the recent social, cultural and political changes in the Region.

Around 60 participants will be selected on the basis of diversity in their religious, ethnic and cultural backgrounds from 10 Arab countries: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria and Mauritania to participate in this first regional training for Arab teachers, educators, trainers, concerned politicians and academics under the theme of “Education for intercultural Citizenship”.

Applications should be sent along with a personal photo and a copy of the passport of the candidate DIRECTLY to the following email address: ccsd@adyanvillage.net or to Adyan Foundation fax number: 00961 1 393211

Deadline for receiving applications for participants is Wednesday 7th of August 2013. In case of your selection, Anna Lindh Foundation throughAdyan Foundation, will cover travel expenses, meals and accommodation, in addition to the trainer fees.

For those who would like to apply to be a trainer in one of the following areas: "Education pedagogy", "identity and intercultural education", "conflict management" and "social media" please fill the appropriate form matching your interest and send it before Monday 5th August 2013 and DIRECTLY to the following email address: ccsd@adyanvillage.net or to Adyan Foundation fax number: 00961 1 393211

Kindly note that only selected candidates and trainers will be notified before 20th of August 2013.
Applications and more information is only available in Arabic. Participants application available here.

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