Funded by the Italian Episcopal Conference - CEI, the project consists of a 2-year program for 11 young local leaders coming from communities characterized by situations of conflict, tension, and lack of socio-economic development in Algeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Lebanon, Palestine, and Syria. The project has four components: learning, training, cohabitation, and generation of impact in each participant’s community. The training phase provides participants with insights on conflict resolution, human rights, interreligious and intercultural mediation, social project design and sustainable development. Participants are currently refining their recovery project proposals to apply in their communities.
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