More than 200 young men and women have successfully passed two tests in the second part of the project "Youth Leaders for a Better Tomorrow", which is run by the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy including 5 states: Sousse, Gabes, Sidi Bouzid, Kasserine, Mednin.
There are 106 female participants and 83 male participants. Five youth religious actors from various states will also join in the coming days.
The "Youth Leader for a Better Tomorrow" project aims to make youth people active in Tunisian society and a force, proposal, and capable of leading by offering training courses to them on fighting corruption and extremism, consolidating the values of citizenship and democracy, acquiring leadership skills, entrepreneurship, formulating and managing toward the success of community projects.
start training :
The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy (CSID), on Saturday, October 24, 2020, opens the first course for the second part of this project and will continue until Sunday, October 25.
Participants from Sousse and Kasserine states will be divided into two groups, each receiving on the first day an anti-corruption training from the evaluative side, followed by legal anti-corruption training.
due to the Coronavirus crisis, the training will be remotely through the Zoom app, in a commitment to the Health Protocol, and for everyone's safety.
The Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy launched the first part of this project in January 2020, and 202 men and women from 5 other states (Greater Tunisia, Bizerte, Jendouba, Kairouan, Sfax) had dozens of training sessions on the same themes, including "You Are the Good" campaign to collect and help to those affected by the virus.
Imams and youth against extremism and corruption, and during this period they send 31 projects in the five states mentioned.