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Teacher Creativity Center Implements Training Workshop for Social Activists from the Northern West Bank


The Teacher Creativity Center held a 3-days training workshop for a group of social activists residing in villages and cities of the Northern West Bank. This training workshop is part of the project seeking to establish Local Educational Councils (LECs) as a manifestation of a social partnership to support and monitor the Ministry of Education staff and plans to improve and develop the educational process. 
The workshop was opened on Tuesday by the general director of the TCC, Mr. Refat Sabbah, who emphasized the importance of recruiting the local community for the benefit of the educational process, given that education is a collective responsibility. Sabbah added that this activity is part of a larger permanent program of the TCC that will be implemented in all parts of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. 
This workshop came in continuation with the LECs project, starting in June 2011, in which a number of meetings were organized with the components of the community in nine villages in the northern West Bank. These meetings produced coordinators who came to Ramallah in November 2011 to participate in a training workshop about empowering participants in tools and methodologies of advocacy and lobbying campaigns; the subjects and themes were various but focused on acquired skills aiding in recruiting organizations and activists to establish LECs in each district, such that these councils work directly with educational officers to improve the educational environment and contribute to overcoming challenges and obstacles facing education.   
The aim of the workshop was to determine the concept and characteristics of advocacy campaigns, and adopt appropriate strategies to accomplish advocacy, in addition to presenting common skills utilized in advocacy campaigns including establishing alliances and networks and incorporating the media.  
Approximately 20 participants attended the workshop, representing nine villages in which the LECs project will be implemented, in addition to three volunteers from Quds Open University in Jenin who will later volunteer with the center in following up the projects of the TCC in the Jenin area. 
Mrs. Intesar Hamdan, Director of the Social Responsibility Program at the TCC, said that this workshop gained its momentum due to the various participants, representing various backgrounds and sectors of the community, who were brought together for the collective goal of seeking to recruit experience and energies to improve quality of education and ensure a safe and motivating learning environment for the children of Palestine.   
Hamdan added that the participants were driven, motivated, and demonstrated determination showed advanced interaction with the trainers of the workshop. 
Training was executed by Mr. Refat Sabbah and Mrs. Intesar Hamdan from the TCC, in addition to Ms. Punita Bhardwaj, a volunteer at the TCC from Canada. 
The training workshop spanned over a period of three days and served as an initiation base for establishing the LECs in all nine villages.