"Technological Bridges for Citizen Engagement", this is the Rawabet initiative slogan since its launch in March 2018. During our Rawabet journey, the team in Jordan, consisting of 32 young men and women together, explored the use a number of technological tools and platforms that had a great role in enriching their work and achieving tasks and set goals in the optimal way. In this article, we wanted to do a quick review of the most important of these tools and platforms and how our team employed them to serve the goals of their community actions.
6/26/2018The local citizen action implemented by Jordanian youth leaders focused on preventing bullying and violence in the UNRWA school in Jabal al-Natheef. The school’s director reported that some 70 students of the 220 that make up the school had faced intimidation or bullying. The action’s goal is to work with a group of 20 mothers with children at school each semester and ultimately reach the mothers of all students.
5/17/2018“I have a strong belief that human rights education is the path to development, the path to peace, and the path to common understanding among nations”.