Workshop on Empowering South Asian Youth in Peace Activism

 

Received Email from ICYO

Empowering South Asian Youth in Peace Activism; Feb 4-9, 2012, Bhubaneshwar, Odisha (India)

This is programme is open to those who believe practicing nonviolence by applying at the community level. Those desiring to become facilitators in the process at the grassroot level. We prefer senior youth (Above 25) working with  voluntary organizations, Institutes, Civil Society groups, Committed individuals. 

South Asia Peace Alliance (SAPA) works on nonviolence and peace issues in South Asia. There is an identified need for youth from South Asia to learn about peace activism, facilitation skills and social engagement

To this end, SAPA plans a series of 5 day Training in India for Youth from selected youth from  organizations from across South Asia.

This workshop is happening at a time when historic Jan Satyagraha Campaign 2011-2012 (of SAPA partner organization Ekta Parishad, Year long Gandhian action In India.) is in progress. This gives opportunity to be part of this process as a part of non-violent training.

 Participants Targeted: 25 from South Asian countries

For Whom?

This is programme is open to those who believe practicing nonviolence by applying at the community level. Those desiring to become facilitators in the process at the grassroot level. We prefer senior youth (Above 25) working with  voluntary organizations, Institutes, Civil Society groups, Committed individuals.

Last Date for applying Jan 20, 2012, application form enclosed. For any further details write to secretariat.sapa@gmail.com  

 SAPA Website: http://southasiapeacealliance.weebly.com/index.html

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