- Civic Engagement
- Social Services
- Human Rights
- Interfaith and Intercultural Dialogue
- Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation
Number of Members: 10
Christianity, Islam, Spirituality
Maronite, Sunni, Shi’a, Druze
Workshops and Conferences about Human Rights and Interfaith.
“Our purpose is to create a common platform for Lebanese youth to interact, communicate and develop dialogue skills in areas related to interfaith.”
This Cooperation Circle (CC) believes that as members they must work cooperatively with all organizations which meet their objectives and aspirations to build more projects about solidarity, youth participation, inclusion and importance of citizenship initiatives. This CC: spreads awareness among all Lebanese youth on pluralism, democratic rule, interfaith dialogue, transparency, human rights’ education, and gender equality through workshops, multimedia tools, and advocacy campaigns; gathers Lebanese, Arab and Middle Eastern youth from all sects, religions, ethnicities, and non-partisan groups to discuss and solve cultural and religious clashes; trains young activists on leadership, intercultural conflict resolution, and peace building in an attempt to help them become initiators in their own communities; and advocates for human rights education as the first and essential guarantee for transition toward full democratic Middle Eastern societies.
Recent activities were:
- Giving donations to poor people during Ramadan
- Small conference about Human Rights during the international days activities
- And others
“Our motivation lies in the belief that only through unity will the Lebanese community, cooperation, and culture thrive in Lebanon.”