Crowd Funding Campaign to promote gender equality and preventing violence in the Mediterranean Region.
Ideaborn Foundation has launched One School, One Year!
This campaign aims to meet the real needs of both the students and teaching professionals of a school in Tunisia and Morocco. For the last two years, these schools have been involved in the Forming Responsible Citizens project, which has been supported by the Union for the Mediterranean.
This campaign aims to provide the necessary pedagogical and technical support so that the teachers involved in this program can consolidate the open citizenship clubs in their schools. In these clubs young people work on the values of citizenship, equality and non-violence through practical activities that are extremely participatory with their environment and community.
Why contribute to this initiative?
a) Our ambition goes above and beyond and aims to create a network of professionals in Europe and the Mediterranean who can share their collective educational experience. For this reason we offer schools and donors of educative associations an exchange of activities over the next course.
b) Your company will be directly involved as a promoter of this action and will contribute to the prevention of radicalization, violence and gender inequality.
c) The name of your company will be highlighted on our website and in all official documents related to the project.
How can you contribute?
We invite you to visit our campaign page, choose the co-financing option appropriate for the possibilities of your company, contribute, and help us spread the word about this initiative.
We need your support now to make it possible!
We invite you to choose the co-financing option most appropriate for you, and to help us share this initiative.
This platform is part of the Axis 1 "Strengthening the capacities of equality actors" of the Priority Solidarity Fund "Women for the future in the Mediterranean" funded by the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs and led by the European Institute of the Mediterranean, in the framework of the project “Developing Women's Empowerment” labelled by the Union for the Mediterranean.