February 5, 2021, MENA – World Youth Alliance Middle East & North Africa (WYAMENA) holds its first community call online for the first 2021 batch of the Certified Training Program (CTP).
Since the pandemic, the Middle East & North Africa office has been mobilizing its efforts to make its programs accessible to everyone in MENA, including the Certified Training Program that is now being held online.
WYA’s Certified Training Program (CTP), formerly known as Track A, is the collection of texts that provide the philosophical underpinnings for the mission of WYA. It presents a summary of philosophical, historical, and modern-day texts that focus on the dignity of the person and human rights. Those who complete the CTP are equipped to articulate and defend the principles of the dignity of the person within the public square. The program is free and is open to all members of the World Youth Alliance. It is a pre-requisite for participation in many of the programs of WYA (internships, specialized conferences, advocacy work).
The online call, led by WYAMENA Regional Director, Balkis Chaabane, and supported by the new Regional Program Officer, Zainab AlRamlawi, and the Events Management Intern, Zakarya Ameur-Said, consisted of an icebreaker for the batch to get to know each other more, talking more about WYA’s mission, programs and discussing upcoming events and goals for MENA. The event was concluded with a Q&A.
More than a mere online call, the event served as a reminder of the importance of effectively understanding human dignity for all of MENA, namely countries suffering from challenging conditions, and WYAMENA’s commitment to bringing its values to the world.
You can also take part in the CTP delivered by WYAMENA. All you need to do is to apply through this link.
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