SYRIAN AND TURKISH YOUTH PRODUCE SOLUTIONS TO SOCIAL PROBLEMS


The International Blue Crescent humanitarian relief and Development Foundation is carrying out Project Cycle Management in order to make Syrian and Turkish young people more sensitive to social problems. In this study carried out within the scope of Qudra programme and hosted by Küçükçekmece municipality, young people share their observations on social problems and work together in an interactive group to produce solutions. In the workshop held at the youth development center of the municipality of Küçükçekmece, young people are provided with the opportunity to produce solutions-oriented project ideas.

Since July, Syrian and Turkish youth are seeking solutions to many problems, ranging from environmental problems, animal rights, child abuse and elderly care needs. Young people who have the opportunity to discuss within different groups have the opportunity to have an active and participatory perspective.

Those who participate fully in the workshop are given a project cycle management certificate. İn this way, they have received significant career support that they can use both in civil society and in individual initiatives.

As of January, you can contact the Youth Development Center project team located in Küçükçekmece Municipality (İstasyon Mahallesi Semt Konağı) for the final dates of the workshops that will be composed of two full day sessions each month. 



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