Arab Youth Movement (AYM)
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as Middle East Youth for Peace, within the framework of International Falcon Movement - Socialist Educational International (IFM-SEI), by a group of Palestinian youth citizens of the state of Israel.
Raise national awareness by tightening the Arab Palestinian identity of Arab Palestinian citizens in the state of Israel; establish social justice and democratic life styles; strengthen democratic values both inside the movement and the Arab society; promote the idea of co-existence between Arabs and Jews by creating a relationship based on respect and cooperation; raise a generation of young leaders that believe in peace, humanism and brotherhood between nations; emphasize the importance of acknowledging the role of youth in society; revolt against discrimination based on faith, race, etc; encourage spirit of voluntary work in the Arab society; assist and guide educational and academic initiations; raise awareness of environmental love and care; encourage multi-cultural meetings.Available with paid subscription only.
Programmes: 'Twin Branches with Hashomer Hatzair Youth Movement' - 7 twin branches between AYM and Hashomer Hatzair, comprising 10-15 youths each, cooperate on various projects; 'Pluralism between Three Religions, Political Parties and Hamulas' - implemented by all branches of the movement to ease the strains and rifts between the differences that exist among the youth in regards to religion, political parties and hamulas; 'Young Leadership Project' - counsellors aged 15-18 train younger youths aged 8-13 for leadership development.
Arabic, English, Hebrew.
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