Partnership for development program

Where
Palestine
When
2017
Who
The Popular Art Center
Key objectives of the measure:

The Popular Art Center executes the “Partnership for development program” for 6 years, with the partnership of Bisan Center and Maan Center. The project targeted fifteen clubs, a baseline in Gaza Strip, Ramallah and Nablus. It aims at effecting positive change in society by enabling programmatic and administrative capacity of the centers and clubs. Furthermore, encouraging the youth to lead and participate in decision-center, through the following: networking, capacity building, lobbying and advocacy. 

Objectives.

  • Activate the role of the youth and grassroots organizations in community, economic and political issues.
  • Adoption of the art as a tool for community change.
  • Involve more youth in the central activities.
  • The program takes into account the geographical distribution and marginalized areas and also works with centers and groups from occupied Jerusalem and Jericho.

 

Scope of the measure:
National
Nature of the measure:
institutional
Main feature of the measure:
  • Activate the role of the youth and grassroots organizations in community, economic and political issues.
  • Adoption of the art as a tool for community change.
  • Involve more youth in the central activities.
  • The program takes into account the geographical distribution and marginalized areas and also works with centers and groups from occupied Jerusalem and Jericho.
  • The program works in different areas: networking, capacity building, lobbying and advocacy. 
Results expected through the implementation of the measure:
  • Develop an action plan for youth groups.
  • Build a youth base at the national level, by organizing many social and cultural volunteering activities.
  • Promote the role of youth in communities change.
  • Building capacity of youth.
Financial resources allocated to implement the measure:

The Popular Art Centre

 Bisan Center

Maan Center

 

 

 

 

Goal(s) of UNESCO's 2005 Convention
Cultural Domain(s)
Multi-domain
Cultural Value Chain
Creation
Production
Distribution
Participation