Child Protection Policy
This Child Policy has been produced by Wi’am as a practical learning tool and set of resources for that explores some of the key principles and issues relevant to child protection, as well as outlining the steps that are needed in order to implement, report, monitor and protect children from both intentional and unintentional harm. Acknowledgements Wi’am Center would like to thank CAFOD for their full support to the production of the policy.Learn More
Training workshop on “Healing Yourself and your Community”.
Short report on training: “Healing Yourself and your Communities” Place of the Training: Wi’am centre Time: Friday 19th of November, 2010 Attendance: 15 young people age 18-25 with gender balance, coming from different colleges and areas around Bethlehem Implementation body: Wi’am Centre in cooperation with CAPACITAR Organization Wi’am in cooperation with CAPACITAR Organization organized a […]Continue Reading
Open discussion about the meaning of Tolerance
Each year, on the 16th of November, we celebrate the day of Tolerance announced by the general assembly of the member states in 1996. Wi’am had observed this occasion through a public Forum that hosted 50 women form different age groups coming form diverse areas around Bethlehem. The participants engage in an open discussion about […]Continue Reading
Conflict Resolution workshop
On Friday 7th of October, Wi’am: Palestinian conflict Resolution Center joined the Saint Joseph school, the 10th grade at their two- day retreat, at the Milkiet Convent in Beit Sahour,. Lucy Talgieh led the group of 54 girls in the workshop on Conflict Resolution. The session began with an ice-breaker activity called how to break the […]Continue Reading