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Oscar Organizes a four-day long workshop on Nonviolent Mobilization and Youth Empowerment in Khost Province
OSCAR Organizes a four-day long workshop on Nonviolent Mobilization and Youth Empowerment in Khost Province 02-05 July 2021 The workshop aimed to educate 30 youths activists, males, and females from various organizations and districts in Khost Province. During the workshop, the participants were taught nonviolent civic mobilization, peacebuilding and democracy, human rights, and Youth Empowerment. […]
OSCAR did a four-day workshop on Nonviolence Civic Mobilization in Paktia Province. The Workshop helped 28 youths males and females from different sectors to learn about Peace, democracy, and Nonviolence Civic Mobilization.
OSCAR organized a four- day workshop on 08 Oct 2020 on nonviolent civic mobilization in Kunar Province of Afghanistan. The workshop aimed to empower civil society members and young community leaders, males and females, and enhance their capacity for materialization of their civic rights. Participants were also taught techniques of shouldering responsibilities in governance and […]
OSCAR Organizes a four-day workshop on Nonviolence and Youth Empowerment in Kunar on 25 to 28 January, 2021. The workshop aimed to educate 30 youths activists, males and females from various organizations and districts in Kunar Province. During the workshop the participants were taught nonviolent civic mobilization, peace building and democracy, human rights, and Youth […]
OSCAR Organized a one day program for 20 youths in Kunar on 31 December 2020. The program was contacted for youths from different sectors such as Civil Society, University Students, Teachers and Young Change makers/ leaders. They were given chance to share their thoughts on the role of youths in Peace Process. Everyone shared their […]
OSCAR trained 30 youths (boys and girls) society activists and university teachers in a four-day workshop on nonviolence in Khost. The philosophy of the workshop was to empower youths in their civic responsibilities in countering extremism and shouldering responsibilities in governance.
Oscar conducted a four-day workshop on Nonviolence and Civic Education on 26 July 2020. The workshop aimed at educating 30 male and female youth activists from various organizations in Paktia Province. The role of citizens in peace process, nonviolence and good governance were the topics discussed during the workshop.
OSCAR organized a four day workshop on Peace-building and Nonviolence on the date of February 2020 in Kunar Province of Afghanistan. The program aimed to train a group of 20 active youths of Kunar province on ways to peacefully work for their rights. The participants were awarded certificates at the end of the program.