Tech Tribes has partnered with Chabibeh Sporting Club in Lebanon, as well as MedeArts and Mind Lab in Jordan to implement its Learning to Live Together Digital Toolkit developed through the Youth Solidarity Fund with the support of UNAOC.
The Learning to Live Together Digital Toolkit is an interactive resource that focuses on knowing ourselves and the other, then working together to transform the world through games, exercises, and collaborative activities utilizing empathy, conflict resolution, and co-design skills.
To be launched as a Digital Toolkit in Arabic, this toolkit will provide an accessible and impactful resource for youth and educators in at-risk communities across the MENA region.
Tech Tribes and its partners aim to build resilient communities and reduce tension between host and refugee populations through a gamified, accessible, and contextualized digital toolkit for youth activists, community advocates, and mobilizers.
Implemented with the support of the Youth Solidarity Fund
The United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) is a special initiative of the Secretary-General that seeks to build bridges between societies, promote dialogue and understanding, and forge the collective political will required to accomplish these tasks. UNAOC works as a convener and facilitator to bring all sectors of society together to strengthen intercultural dialogue, diminish hostility, and promote harmony among the nations and cultures of the world. To learn more, visit www.unaoc.org or follow UNAOC on social media: twitter.com/unaoc, Instagram.com/unaoc, and facebook.com/unaoc.org.
About Our Partners
Chabibeh Sporting Club:
Established in 2002, Lebanon, the club uses sport as a tool to positively integrate young people in their society, and to develop the skills needed to empower them physically, socially, educationally, culturally and professionally.
The partnership was signed by Mr. Fadi Tabet, the President of the club, and facilitated by Ms. Lama Zeinoun Tabet, the Head of the Youth Department.
Is a regional arts development network aiming to create environments where youth can experiment, research and learn from each other so they can develop visionary artists who will be the creative thinkers of the future.
The partnership was signed by Mr. Mohammad Sammour, co-founder of MedeArts.
Is an educational social enterprise working with youth across Jordan to develop the skills needed for the twenty-first century. Mind Lab develops and implements programs in science, technology, and social skills for youth under 18.
Learn more about the Youth Solidarity Fund here.