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Engaging Iraqi Youth in Conflict Areas in Peace Building and Conflict Resolution: the Case of Kirkuk
 
Throughout the project, 20 to 25 Iraqi young people from different ethnicities of the Governorate will be trained on topics such as (tolerance concept, conflict resolution, communication, team work and peace building). The purpose of the training is to prepare this group to act as leaders for building peace in their area which known as the disputed or conflict areas through involving in coordination among the decision makers and the citizens.
Another task of the youth group is to work as volunteers for peace building since they coordinate and facilitate gathering of people of different ethnic backgrounds in order to sit together and talk about their common problems and expectations through 20 open dialogue sessions which will involve more than 400 Iraqi young people. The sessions will be facilitated by qualified and professional individuals.
As an outcome of these sessions, (10) episode of a radio program will be produced with efforts of the young volunteers. The purpose of these programs is to air a message of peace to all population of the governorate from all different components which support tolerance and mutual life in these conflict areas. These radio programs will be prepared and broadcasted in a local radio station which covers all Iraq. Thus, more than 10,000,000 Iraqi people may listen to these programs. During the sessions 1000 copies of a leaflet will be distributed on the participants to be disseminated on people in their resident areas.

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