Nash group for schools at Nazareth Achrafiyeh.
theme: “the right to be different”.
Training session around active citizenship in cooperation with SESOBEL. An institution that supports the integration of children with special needs into society.
Active Citizenship is a term especially used at local level to refer to citizens who become actively involved in the life of their communities tackling problems or bringing about change or resisting unwanted change. Schools are the best place to develop active citizens with the skills, knowledge and understanding to be able to make informed decisions about their communities and workplaces with the aim of improving the quality of life in these. At national level, this can move from voting to being involved in campaigning pressure groups to being a member of a political party.