VENUES. GRANADA (SPAIN) SOUSSE (TUNISIA)
From 15/09/2022 to 15/03/2022
The project aims to involve young people in the commitment to the defence of Human Rights through the following activities:
1- The human bookshop: this is an exercise in which each participant puts on a label with the reason why they have been discriminated against, and tells their story to everyone present.
TARGET AUDIENCE: 25 participants in each of the cities (Granada online), mainly under 35 years of age. 2 members of ONET / BRCV SOUSSE on site in Granada.
2- Debate according to the Oxford model (2 debaters with two turns each, in a scheme: introduction (proposition-opposition), 1st rebuttal (proposition-opposition), 2nd rebuttal (proposition-opposition), conclusion (proposition-opposition)): Example of a motion: Interculturalism worsens the conditions of a country’s citizens.
During the debate, 4 debaters, 3 judges, 5 observers, 1 moderator and 7 other assistants are expected to participate.
TARGET AUDIENCE: 13 participants from the host organisation on site (thirty online participants from the two entities) and three attendees from Grenada in Sousse.
3- Survey on the level of Human Rights you consider in Spain and Tunisia.
LOCATION: Granada and Sousse TARGET AUDIENCE: 80 respondents in each country.
4- Publication of an article with the results of the surveys that will allow us to show the difference in the conclusions that the citizens of the two participating countries have about the same country. LANGUAGES: ENGLISH, FRENCH, ARABIC, SPANISH AND ENGLISH.
5- Dissemination: Flipbooks, dissemination in social networks, broadcasting in streaming, publication in the networks to which we belong…