"United in Diversity IIII"
The "United in Diversity IIII" project aims to promote young men and women’s participation in decision-making processes through monitoring plans and policies of organisations and holding local organisations accountable at the level of public policies that increase youth’s participation in public life. The project aims to enhance the values of good governance and transparency in the work of local organisations and to inform policy makers of citizens’ rights and needs. This project will build the capacities of its target groups in participatory processes and facilitation skills using the Facilitating Reform Methodology, developing their accountability skills and monitoring the extent to which public policies respond to the needs of local communities.
The "United in Diversity III" project is implemented by REFORM, in partnership with Norwegian People's Aid.
Budget: 100,690.00 USD
To promote the participation of youth and women in socio-political spheres and ensure access to civic spaces
To improve the responsiveness of public systems to the needs of Palestinian citizens to promote good governance
To build REFORM’s capacities to be more responsive to its target groups’ needs
REFORM is more effective in its work to influence and mobilise young men and young women
REFORM has developed the organisational aspiration tools and methodology
Young women and young men participated in decision-making fora
Young women and young men have coordinated efforts for influence
Young women and men enhanced their awareness and knowledge of their rights through videos, radio episodes and media campaigns
monitoring plans and policies of organizations and holding local organizations accountable at the level of public policies that increase youth