After a period of "remote" training due to the Coronavirus pandemic and government operations, the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy held its first live training course on Saturday and Sunday, March 13-14, 2021, for young people from Sousse Province, as part of "Youth Leader for a Better Tomorrow" project.
The course revolved around "team-building" and "conflict resolution," with Awatef Nablia's mentor supervising the training of 39 young men and women, ranging from theoretical and practical exercises.
The course was an opportunity for young people to strengthen their capacities in the fields of work and conflict resolution and was also an opportunity to address the problems of community projects.
As a reminder, the first part of the "Youth Leader for a Better Tomorrow" project was launched in January 2020 and comprised five states: Greater Tunis, Bizerte, Sfax, Kairouan, and Jandouba, after selecting 40 young men and women from each state. The second part began in August of the same year and included five other states: Gabes, Mednine, Gasserine, Sidi Bouzid, and Sousse.
The central themes of the training were fighting corruption, fighting extremism, establishing citizenship, developing leadership skills, and creating community-based projects. Fifty community-based projects were produced and the youth started implementing them.