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Palestinian Youth Movement Summer School 2017

By: | posted on: Jul 22, 2017

Date(s) - 07/22/2017 - 07/30/2017
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Contact Person:
Nadine Hassoun
+1(619) 376- 8824
Palestinian Youth Movement


The Palestinian Youth Movement (PYM) is calling on Palestinian/Arab Youth to apply to participate in:

The 2nd Palestinian/Arab Summer School 2017: Political Education and Transnational Movement Building

Housing and meals will be covered by PYM, and scholarships are available to cover transportation costs.

Click the link to apply:
The Summer School will be held from July 22th to July 30th, 2017 in Houston, Texas and is also part of PYM USA’s National General Assembly, which will be held the last day of the school. This summer school will offer a deep and engaging program to critically engage the various issues concerning young Palestinians and Arabs in the U.S through exploring questions of politics, social issues, and mobilizations. Additionally, the school will allow us to explore theoretical, methodological and practice-based approaches to transformative change within the context of the US, Palestine and the Arab region more broadly.

Below is a description to give background information about the Summer School followed by the application. Please take the time to read the document in its entirety and understand the work your participation will entail before proceeding to fill out and submit your application. Don’t forget to apply by Friday, May 19th, 2017!!

About the Summer School:

The week-long summer school program will bring together 55-65 youth over the age of 18 for intensive political education and movement building, culminating in the National General Assembly (NGA) for PYM. Through a diverse curriculum of lectures, seminars, peer-led workshops and discussions, cultural performances, and meetings with other youth and community groups, the PYM summer school aims to strengthen the cultural and historical knowledge, leadership skills and capabilities of young Palestinian and Arab youth in the U.S. so that they can be protagonists of social change in their families, schools, communities and home struggles. The summer school will focus on building both a strong theoretical foundation among participants through culture, history and political theory education, as well as practical skills for strengthening organizational capacity, practice, and skills.

Follow this link for the application:
Please reach out if you have any questions.
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