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- November 3, 2009
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Islam and Democracy – Towards an Effective Citizenship
The Center for the Study of Islam & Democracy is organizing four “Train the Trainer” Workshops in Morocco, Tunisia, Jordan, and Bahrain, on the following dates:
Workshop in Casablanca – November 13-15, 2009
Workshop in Tunis – November 20-22, 2009
Workshop in Amman – December 10-12, 2009
Workshop in Manama – December 17-19, 2009
Islam & Democracy Textbook CoverThe training methodology is based on the textbook “Islam and Democracy – Towards an Effective Citizenship”, which was written by 8 scholars and authors from the Arab World, in cooperation with CSID and Street Law, Inc. During the past four years, this training manual has been used to train over 4,000 civil society activists, teachers, journalists, religious leaders in Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, Bahrain, Qatar, Yemen, and Sudan.
We invite all those who are interested in taking parts in one of these 3-day training workshops (in Arabic) to fill out and send their application form by Nov. 7. The number of steas is limited to 10 per workshop. There are no registration fees, but the participant must cover his or her own travel and accommodation expenses. Conditions for participation in these workshops are:
1. Participation in a previous CSID regional or local workshop as a trainee on Islam & Democracy,
2. Being an active member with a local civil society organization in your country,
3. Having the desire, qualifications, and the means to become a trainer, and train other people.
Application to participate
Name and surname:
The city and country:
Have you participated in a previous session? When and where?
Do you have experience in training?remember it:
Applications should be sent before 7 November to the following address