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Gender and Youth

MEPI projects related to Gender and Youth cover a range of areas, including employment, social media, leadership, civic engagement and health awareness.



A Training Manual on Empowering Women With Rights to Inheritance
Published: 2013

Organization: Wi'am: Palestinian Conflict Resolution & Transformation Center
Project: Inheritance Denied: Combating Gender Inequality in Property Rights in Palestine


This training manual contains detailed information about the concept of inheritance in Palestinian and Islamic law and the laws governing inheritance. It explains women’s shares in inheritance and property rights in religious and legal systems, along with problems women encounter in obtaining their inheritance. The manual offers practical steps for an advocacy campaign to raise women's awareness of legal procedures to advocate for their rights.


With My Project I Create My Future: A Training Manual for Designing and Managing Small Income-Generating Projects
Published: 2013

Organization: Family Social Association for Development (FAD)
Project: Improving the Services Provided by Microfinance Institutions


This training manual offers practical examples and applications for designing and managing small businesses. The guide consists of three chapters that focus on small sustainable income generating business; borrowing and microfinance institutions (MFIs); and success stories for youth projects.


Strengthening Women Parliamentarian's Social Media Skills
Published: 2014

Organization: Daem For Media
Project: Strengthening Women Parliamentarians Media Skills


This training manual provides general information about the social networking sites Facebook and Twitter and includes instructions for creating accounts. It also provides an overview of tools and features for new users and highlights tips for public figures.


1.2: Intros and Code of Conduct
Published: 2014

Organization: Mercy Corps
Project: Advancing Civic Engagement in Tunisia and Global Citizen Corps (GCC)


This resource for trainers focuses on how to present a code of conduct for building a group. It provides summary, topic overview, learning objectives and key messages. It also includes lesson procedures and specific suggestions and definitions. The ideal ages of participants are between 10-29. An overview of the program also is available: http://maktabatmepi.org/content/11-approaches-learning-presentation.


1.3: Ice Breakers and Energizers
Published: 2014

Organization: Mercy Corps
Project: Advancing Civic Engagement in Tunisia and Global Citizen Corps (GCC)


This overview of ice breakers and energizers gives instructions for 40 activities, such as the map game, where participants pin the location of their birth on a map; creative name tags, where participants decorate their tags with hobbies and pictures; and the four facts game, where participants try to guess what's not true. An overview of the program also is available: http://maktabatmepi.org/content/11-approaches-learning-presentation.


3.3: Public Speaking for TOT
Published: 2014

Organization: Mercy Corps
Project: Advancing Civic Engagement in Tunisia and Global Citizen Corps (GCC)


This resource for trainers focuses on public speaking and aims to help improve students' oral persuasion techniques by understanding the appropriate speaking skills. Included is a topic overview, learning objectives and lesson procedures. The ideal ages of participants are between 19-29. An overview of the program also is available: http://maktabatmepi.org/content/11-approaches-learning-presentation.


2.3: Tallest Tower Activity
Published: 2014

Organization: Mercy Corps
Project: Advancing Civic Engagement in Tunisia and Global Citizen Corps (GCC)


This resource for trainers focuses on the "tallest tower" team-building activity, which highlights the importance of effectively working as a team, utilizing non-verbal communication and harnessing creativity and problem-solving skills. Included is a topic overview, learning objectives and lesson procedures. The ideal ages of participants are between 15-29. An overview of the program also is available: http://maktabatmepi.org/content/11-approaches-learning-presentation.


1.1: Approaches to Learning Presentation
Published: 2014

Organization: Mercy Corps
Project: Advancing Civic Engagement in Tunisia and Global Citizen Corps (GCC)


This brief, introductory presentation about Global Citizen Corps describes five main components of the program, which accompanies the handouts in this series. Components include student-centered learning, multiple intelligences, experiential learning, peer-to-peer mobilization and awakening the critical consciousness. The ideal ages of participants are provided in each of the TOT training files and range from 10-29.


2.1: Leadership Compass
Published: 2014

Organization: Mercy Corps
Project: Advancing Civic Engagement in Tunisia and Global Citizen Corps (GCC)


This resource for trainers focuses on the idea of a leadership compass, helping participants to identify styles of leadership and the importance of having diversity of leadership in a group. Included is a topic overview, learning objectives and specific lesson procedures. The ideal ages of participants are between 19-29. An overview of the program also is available: http://maktabatmepi.org/content/11-approaches-learning-presentation.


Civic Education Module: Gender
Published: 2014

Organization: Creative Associates International
Project: Voter Ownership & Increasing Civic Engagement (VOICE) Project


This civic education module focuses on teaching gender issues. It highlights the status of women in Libya compared with other transitional democracies and defines the basic rights that protect women internationally. Also provided are resources for women to call for equal rights and best practices for expanding access to people with disabilities.

Leadership Skills and Peacebuilding
Published: 2015

Organization: Kuwaiti Human Rights Society
Project: Youth Leadership for Peace-Building (YLP)


This guide describes the peace-building process with a focus on integrated concepts and culture. It highlights development of leadership skills for advocacy campaigns and factors for garnering external support. The guide also identifies concepts and types of human rights, good governance, effective project writing and training skills.

Iwpr women in media training 4
This IWPR Women in Media training took place at the University of Tripoli in July 2017. The course focused on technical media skills and developing gender-focused content to encourage media consumption among women. IWPR

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