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Cairo Center for Development Holds Second Workshop on Political Education
Cairo Center for Development Holds Second Workshop on Political Education
Cairo Center for Development has held the second training workshop on political education for parties' youth in 30-29 July 2011.The training targeted parties' youth in Al Fayoum.
Monday, August 1,2011 14:12
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Cairo Center for Development has held the second training workshop on political education for parties' youth in 30-29 July 2011. The training targeted parties' youth in Al Fayoum. The training aimed at educating the trainees and raising their awareness and makes them more interactive in this field. This comes as one of the most important programs of the center after 25th January revolution. The training has been held with 50% female youth and 50% male youth this is to take into account the inclusion of gender issues.

The workshop covered some topics during two days as follows:

The first day: democracy and the foundations of good governance and international charters and conventions on human rights.

The Second day: the law of political exercise and its amendments and political participation in general and for women in particular and the constraints and reasons. 

It is worth mentioning that the workshop is held within a series of training workshops for political awareness for youth of political parties. These activities are being implemented in cooperation with Open Society Institute Foundation.

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Cairo Center for Development
Address: 8 Sa'fan St. of Imbaba Airport St., Imbaba,
Giza, Egypt
Phone:  +2 0102192912 / 0102192921
Tel./ Fax: 202 37108708
E-mail:
[email protected] , [email protected]
Website:
www.ccdeg.com
Facebook Group:
http://www.facebook.com/#!/group.php?gid=136365870817
Google Group:
http://groups.google.com/group/ccdeg2010

tags: Egyptian Revolution / Egyptian Youth / January 25 / Political Parties / Democracy in Egypt / Human Rights in Egypt / / Political Education /
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