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The activities of the second phase of the project

Today, Saturday, December 14, 2019, the rest of the activities of the second phase of the project to strengthen the role of women in resolving local conflicts and supporting peaceful coexistence – Taiz
Exemplified by completing simultaneous training for 10 sub-committees for a total of 200 activists and human rights activists at the level of the four districts targeted by the project.

  • The training is implemented by two members of the main committees in each sub-region simultaneously and the training hubs will be on (Resolution 1325 – Social Cohesion – Dispute Resolution)

Following all the exercises, the sub-committees that were trained carried out the following activities: –

1- Distribution of 1,200 educational brochures targeting the group of influential people in the four directorates who are the people who can support the women’s committees in the four directorates

2- Carry out awareness sessions by members of subcommittees in the regions where each member will educate 20 people in their areas about Resolution 1325 and about one-time social cohesion 20 beneficiaries * 240 subcommittee members = 4800 beneficiaries
3- Members of the sub-committees in the directorates will survey the current and potential small conflicts in the region through the information that will be obtained from the beneficiaries of the awareness campaigns and put them in a table and a special form for that.
4- Each sub-committee in the small areas will implement 24 initiatives for mediation, solution and dispute settlement every month with 6 initiatives in each directorate through:
Organize meetings between disputers and local authorities to resolve these disputes
Use of experts, lawyers, or arbitrators to resolve these disputes amicably

  • The number for members of the main women committee in the directorate will be placed on awareness brochures so that residents can return to them and contact them to provide help and advice in resolving their disputes, especially those returning after displacement.
    Carrying out various activities related to topics related to reducing violence and conflict and community stability activities

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