When: Tuesday, 24 January 2017 to Friday, 27January 2017
Where: Beirut Lebanon
Contact: Hegazi Idris This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


The humanitarian situation in Yemen has been massively deteriorating since the current armed conflict escalated in March 2015. Today 21.2 million people (or 82% of the population) are in need of humanitarian assistance, including nearly 10 million children who are experiencing unprecedented levels of suffering. Children living in Yemen have diverse social and emotional situations; their educational needs are immense, and their problems require immediate, innovative and specific solutions.

Riyadh - July 27-28, 2016

In partnership with King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Center for National Dialogue

Intercultural dialogue as defined by the UNESCO World Report in Investing in Cultural Diversity and Intercultural Dialogue is “the complex of abilities needed to interact appropriately with those who are different from oneself.

The AUF, UNESCO and USJ will convene a series of nine training workshops (5 hours each), addressing mainly university students on issues related to Mediation and Conflict Resolution. The training content is developed by the USJ Mediation Centre in cooperation with UNESCO HAWER Program and the AUF. The various workshops will be vonvened in all Lebanese regions between April and May 2016 with the following geographical distribution:

(dates: April 22 – April 30 – June 6)

Within its response to the Syrian crisis and the arrival flood of refugees to Lebanon, HAWER Program is collaborating with KAYANI Foundation to provide training and technical services to education practitioners, students, and affected families in the region.

Consultation Meeting on Certifying Non Formal Education at the UNESCO Regional Bureau in Bir Hassan.