International Institute for Social and Economic Studies (IISES)) - Internationales Institut für soziale und wirtschaftliche Studien

National Network
Austria
Address

Wipplingerstraße 32/22
1010 Wien
Austria

Telephone
+4367763475550
Telephone (other)
+436642336923
E-Mail
office.socialstudies@aon.at
E-Mail (2)
walter.schwimmer@aon.at
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
2006
Fields of Activity
  1. Research
General Information

Network of international experts in all areas of social and economic policies; elaborating reports and opinions on social and economic issues in Austria and abroad, in particular in emerging democracies; organizing seminars in the same area; funding through donations and contribution of participants; cooperation with likeminded organisations and institutions

Mission and Objectives

The Institute is committed to the principles and values of the Charter of the United Nations, in particular to respect the fundamental rights and dignity of alle human beings and of all nations. Its aim is to contribute to the development of sustainable social systems and fair econmic systems in particular in emerging democracies. The Institute is a non-partisan organisation and supports pluralist democracy.

Main Projects / Activities

Participation in an EU call for proposals on deradicalisation, Study on the impact of globalisation and isolationalism on future developments, aftermath-scenario of Pandemic and Recession;

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

Close cooperation with other Network members,

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

We have been already member of the ALF Network under the name "Institut für soziale Studien und Forschung - Institute for Social Studies and Research". We changed the name, address, email and phone. So we kindly ask you to make the necessary adaptation in your data base and on the website. Kind regards Walter Schwimmer

Contact (1) Full Name
Dr. Walter Schwimmer
Job Title
President
Head of the organisation
Dr. Walter Schwimmer
Contact (2) Full Name
Haitham Abdelsamad
Job Title (2)
Adviser

Czech - Vietnamese Educational Institut

National Network
Czech Republic
Address

Jeseniova 519/19
13000 Praha
Czechia

Telephone
770607707
E-Mail
czechvietedu@gmail.com
Organisation Type
Public/Private Non-Profit Foundation
Year of Establishment
2020
Fields of Activity
  1. Youth and education
General Information

The Czech-Vietnamese Educational Institut is non-profit organizations with offices in Prague and Hanoi. It was established from offshoot of non-profit organizations TNSV Brno, z. s.

Mission and Objectives

The main goals of of the insitut are: preservation of culture and language, protection and freedom of access to education, development of free and creative thinking, connection and integration of Czech and Vietnamese society and their culture, equal educational opportunities, cultural and educational events.

Main Projects / Activities

Integrative and Informational portal - Vietnamese papers

Contact (1) Full Name
Duc Do Anh
Head of the organisation
Duc Do Anh
Contact (2) Full Name
Manh Tung Nguyen

BTUIN cooperativa

National Network
Portugal
Address

Rua Enfermeiras da Grande Guerra, nº2, 3º dto
1170-119 Lisboa
Portugal

Telephone
935935933
E-Mail
info@btuin.org
E-Mail (2)
info@btuin.org
E-Mail (3)
info@btuin.org
E-Mail (4)
historiclisboa@gmail.com
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
2017
Fields of Activity
  1. Democracy and community development
General Information

from Portugal - Lisbon. We have territorial and societal development as an objective and we work collaboratively in a network, creating, coordinating, evaluating and / or integrating projects, programs and ideas.

Mission and Objectives

We approach all activities from the facilitation paradigm for the emergence of collective intelligence, collaborative, creative and innovative territorial and societal development solutions. To fulfill these premises, we intend to create, coordinate, evaluate and integrate projects, programs and ideas.

Main Projects / Activities

"GABIP" Local network coordinated by the municipality for urban and social planning / "LETT Labs" EU intercities project to understand the gentrification process / "Lift the siege on the hills" project developed in a network, in the historic center of Lisbon, to find solutions that promote more well-being for vulnerable groups, entrepreneurs and the community as a whole / "Music is Mathematics for my ears" research and action project that combines formal education with informal education through the arts / "iN House" project designed for professional musicians and / or students at an advanced level, which takes place online and proposes the democratization of musical composition processes, sharing knowledge and creativity, generating collaborative processes to find sustainable solutions for the profession / "European Youth music week "project with 50 years of history that brings together young people around music in a week of artistic residency, we act as producers and public relations.

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

Development of projects that results from shared experiences and best practices in areas such as art, education, citizenship, community, or disciplinary crossing.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

Sharing experiences and best practices in areas such as art, education, citizenship, community, or disciplinary crossing.

Contact (1) Full Name
Pedro Manuel Mateus Gonçalves
Job Title
Project manager
Head of the organisation
Mourad Ghanem

Assyrian Monitor for Human Rights

National Network
Sweden
Address

Nedre Radmansgatan 10
59126 Motala
Sweden

Telephone
0046739558092
E-Mail
omidoyo@gmail.com
E-Mail (2)
assyrianmonitor@gmail.com
Mobile Phone
0046739558092
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
2014
Fields of Activity
  1. Human rights
General Information

The Assyrian Monitor for Human Rights is a non-profit, non-governmental organization, founded in 2014, with its headquarters in Sweden.
It has a number of representatives in Germany, France, Canada, Australia and Austria. Observers and jurists in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Turkey and Egypt.
The Assyrian Monitor for Human Rights depends for its funding on donations, member contributions, and grants for projects.
The Assyrian Monitor has a number of companies with institutions inside and outside Sweden.

Mission and Objectives

The purpose of the organization is to work for: a - To monitor, review and report violations of human rights against Assyrians due to their ethnic, religious, cultural and linguistic minority rights in the Middle East. b- To raise awareness and knowledge of human rights among Assyrians and the general public. c - To anchor and consolidate the values ​​of democracy and diversity among different ethnic groups in the area with a focus on young people. d - To encourage dialogue and cooperation with other ethnic and religious groups in the Middle East and internationally. e - To be available as a reliable source of information on the state of human rights violations and human rights violations against Assyrians and other minorities in the region.

Main Projects / Activities

The Assyrian Monitor works on four axes
1. Monitor and document violations of the Christian communities in the Middle East and North Africa, through the issuance of human rights statements, reports, and legal studies.
2. Consolidating the values ​​of democracy and diversity among the various ethnic and religious groups in the Middle East as a means of promoting constructive participation and tolerance, through holding workshops, trainings, conferences, dialogue tables, lectures, and participating in television programs.
3. Working on integration issues for immigrants from Middle Eastern countries into European societies.
4. International observation of the elections in a number of countries in the Middle East.
5- Working to support women's and children's issues
6. Publishing books and brochures related to human rights and minority rights issues

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

We can contribute through the exchange of experiences with other partner organizations, and work to find partnerships between us and other organizations, and then cooperate in projects that achieve the main goals of the network.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

We are always looking for companies with organizations that are similar to us, in order to increase our expertise in our field of work, and to open new horizons that would develop our work.

Contact (1) Full Name
‪Jamil Diarbakerli‬‏
Job Title
Executive Director
Head of the organisation
‪Jamil Diarbakerli‬‏
Contact (2) Full Name
Gabreela Gharibo
Job Title (2)
Public relations

Katarina Balunova

National Network
Slovak Republic
Address

Hroncova 1
04001 Kosice
Slovakia

Telephone
+421948771341
E-Mail
katarina.balunova2@gmail.com
Organisation Type
Individual Person
Year of Establishment
1982
Fields of Activity
  1. Arts
  2. Environment/Sustainable development
  3. International/Cultural relations
  4. Research
  5. Youth and education
General Information

I am Slovak contemporary artist, curator, researcher and cultural activist. The main themes in my work are city, utopia, oscillation between past and future, posthumanism. In my artistic practice I work in the field of painting, installation, photography and video.

Mission and Objectives

I feel I want to know Arab culture and art more deeply as I believe that the diversity of cultures is always the enrichment for both sides.

Main Projects / Activities

During my career I had had the opportunity to visit Middle East several times: Rational vs Intuitive group exhibition at Etihad Modern Art Gallery, Abu Dhabi in 2018, Slovakian Art Month Residency at Art Hub Abu Dhabi in 2017, 1st UAE Art Biennale under the Ministry of Culture, Al Ain in 2016, Creativity Between Compulsion And Mutiny symposium at Museum Of Modern Art Al Minya or Alexandria Symposium For Mediterranean Arts under the Alexandria Film Festival in Egypt in 2014.
The re-visits of the Middle East countries have been extremely enriching for me, giving me an insight into a very interesting culture and art.

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

I the past I organised some international curatorial projects involving Arab artists and presented them to a European audience. I would like to continue with that activity.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

I think ALF Network could provide me contacts of the international organizations for possible future cooperation.

Contact (1) Full Name
Katarina Balunova
Head of the organisation
Katarina Balunova

CPIE du Cotentin-Vivre en Cotentin

National Network
France
Address

30 rue de l'hippodrome BP42
50430 LESSAY
France

Telephone
06 61 72 70 35
E-Mail
charles.boulland@yahoo.fr
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
1985
Fields of Activity
  1. Environment/Sustainable development
General Information

Association d'Initiatives pour l'Environnement nommée Centre Permanent d'Initiatives pour l'Environnement du Cotentin. 14 salariés. Budget annuel: 700 000€/an apportées par nos prestations, collectivités territoriales, services de l'Etat français. Sensibilisation des jeunes et adultes à la préservation de l'environnement, valorisation du patrimoine, expertises naturalistes.

Mission and Objectives

Éduquer jeunes et adultes à la nécessaire préservation de l'environnement Etudier la faune et la flore pour une meilleure protection de l'environnement Accompagner les acteurs territoriaux dans leurs décisions par l'apport de nos connaissances

Main Projects / Activities

Animations pour le jeune public (écoles, centres de loisirs ...) et pour les adultes. Conception d'outils d'information relatifs à l'environnement (posters, panneaux de site...) Expertises écologiques, études environnementales, gestion d'espaces naturels

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

Nous sommes membres de l'ONG "Planèt'ERE", communauté d'acteurs de l'Education relative à l'environnement de la francophonie dont la présidence est actuellement marocaine. Entre autres, nous avons déjà organisé des challenges ayant débouché sur des rencontres de jeunes adultes français avec des jeunes marocains dans un but d'échanges interculturels vers l'idée de "citoyen du monde".

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

Pour faire partir d'un Network plus vaste que notre réseau habituel car nous sommes convaincus que les problèmes environnementaux ne pourront trouver solution qu'en dépassant nos propres limites conditionnées par nos éducations culturelles nationales, religieuses... :

Contact (1) Full Name
Charles BOULLAND
Job Title
Président
Head of the organisation
Charles BOULLAND

Szembenézés Alapítvány (Facing the Past for the Future Foundation)

National Network
Hungary
Address

Budapest
Igmándi utca 33.
1112
Hungary

Telephone
+36306702091
E-Mail
szembenezes@gmail.com
E-Mail (2)
info@szembenezes.hu
Organisation Type
Public/Private Non-Profit Foundation
Year of Establishment
2007
Fields of Activity
  1. Youth and education
General Information

The Szembenézés Foundation is a Hungarian non-govenmental organisation existing since 2007. Our staff consists of volunteers (cca. 20 ppl.) and one employee who are all committed to the values, missions and objectives of the foundation. Our yearly budgetary resource is cca. 3.500.000-4.000.000 Forints and our main sources of funding are grants such as the HET Ireland and EU and donations as well as benefits in kind. The foundation has a board of trustees and a supervisory board – their members are all volunteers.
Our partners are renowned institutions such as the Budapest History Museum Castle Museum, the Kiscelli Museum, universities (CEU, ELTE PPK), elementary and high schools as well as with non-governmental organizations including Amnesty International, the Hungarian Helsinki Committee, the Palantír Film Foundation and the UCCU Roma Informal Educational Foundation. Our projects include the Crocus Holocaust Remembrance Project for students, several trainings for tour guides and thematic walking tours. Besides that we organize several unique history lessons and sensivity and anti-prejudice trainings for a broad audience.

Mission and Objectives

The Szembenézés Foundation has been implementing projects since 2007 in the spirit of our core values of recognition, understanding, acceptance and compassion. Our staff and volunteers, who have a key-role in our foundation, wish to live in a world where everyone can choose their identities freely and everyone is accepting towards themselves and the others as well.
The values arising from cooperation and community learning are also of great importance for us in creating and implementing projects. That is why we are constantly collaborating with professionals from a wide range of disciplines: historians, archaeologists, art historians, anthropologists, lawyers, educators, artists.
Our main goal is simple: we would like to help people to be open to discussions with each other. Our programs provide opportunities for the participants to have inclusive conversations based on the values of democracy and mutual understanding, acceptance and open-mindedness.

Main Projects / Activities

1. The Unknown Medieval Buda Castle: trainings, presentations, consultations and fieldwork for tour guides led by the experts of the most current facts
2. Light and Shadow - 1000 years of Budapest: training for tour guides
3. 'Empty Places' - guided thematic historic walks and biking tours ('1956 - Myths and Facts' – a biking tour along the important places of the revolution of 1956 and a walking tour to remember a young martyr of the revolution, 'Medieval Jewish Relics in the Buda Castle' - a walking tour in the Buda Castle, 'Sinful City, Sinful Girls' - biking tour about the underground life of the turn of the century)
4. 'Common Voice' - historical performances, art projects and guided tours
5. Conferences - organized once every year in a current and important topic involving young people and consisting of presentations and debates
6. Crocus Project - an innovative and non-formal Holocaust remembrance project for students to remember the 1.5 million children killed in the Holocaust. The aim of the project is to tackle prejudices and discrimination.
7. Non-formal History Lessons - history lessons involving contemporaries at universities and in high schools
8. Researchers' Night, Cultural Heritage Days - raising awareness to our historical and cultural heritage involving researchers and scientists

All our programs – be it trainings, city walks, special guided tours, conferences or school lessons – are planned and implemented together with the participants to reflect their needs. Our goal is to educate people to be more curious and open-minded towards each other and the historical facts as well. Our methods are non-formal and interactive, our most important values are expertise, kindness, friendship and humor.

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

We would like to invite partners to join us in our programs and projects and we would also like to get to know the activities of others to bulid the NGO sector as a community. Joining the network would be a great opportunity to share know-how and to learn from each other.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

Because we wholeheartedly agree with the aims and objectives of the Anna Lindh Foundation and we would like to contribute to them. We would also like to apply to potential fundings if we get the chance.

Contact (1) Full Name
Ágnes Pap
Job Title
Director
Head of the organisation
Ágnes Pap
Contact (2) Full Name
Zsófia Tillinger
Job Title (2)
volunteer

UCLan Cyprus

National Network
Cyprus
Address

12-14 University Avenue
Pyla
7080 Larnaca
Cyprus

Telephone
00 357 24812121
Fax
00 357 24812120
E-Mail
ahadjigeorgiou@uclan.ac.uk
Mobile Phone
00 357 99302730
Organisation Type
Private Company
Year of Establishment
2012
Fields of Activity
  1. Democracy and community development
  2. Gender
  3. Human rights
  4. Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  5. International/Cultural relations
  6. Research
  7. Youth and education
General Information

UCLan Cyprus is the Cyprus campus of its parent university, the University of Central Lancashire and simultaneously a fully licensed and accredited private University in the Republic of Cyprus. It employs 50 professional staff & 125 academic staff. Established in 2012, UCLan Cyprus was built on strong academic foundations of 190 years of successful education of UCLan UK. In less than a decade since its establishment, UCLan Cyprus positioned itself firmly at the forefront of higher education and research in Cyprus and abroad, pioneering in multiple aspects. The University’s long-term vision is to be recognised as a world-class, research-led University, competing successfully and sustainably within a national and international market. Although a young campus, UCLan Cyprus has since 2013 successfully participated in various research bids under Horizon2020, Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation, Erasmus +, European Social Fund, COST and FP7.

Mission and Objectives

The vision of the University of Central Lancashire Cyprus is to be recognised as a world-class, research-led University, competing successfully and sustainably within a national and international market. We are a University that is increasingly recognised for its commitment to outstanding teaching and practical learning, impactful research, innovative thinking and knowledge transfer that adds value to socio-economic and scientific development across frontiers. Our mission is to promote access to excellence enabling all students and professionals to develop their potential. We value and practise equality of opportunity, transparency and tolerance. We aim to be a vital part of the social and corporate community, promoting innovation and development, both on national and international level. We strive for excellence in all we do: locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. We work in partnership with businesses, the community and other educators. We encourage and promote research innovation and creativity. Our aim is to accomplish • the advancement of science, knowledge, learning and education, through teaching and research for the benefit of the society as a whole; • the cultivation, transmission, implementation and the exchange of knowledge through sciences; and • the provision of graduate and postgraduate education of high standards that accepts international recognition.  The above aims of UCLan Cyprus are achieved by: • the formation of a self-sufficient administrative and academic entity, that secures free and democratic functioning of academic procedures; • taking responsibility for the contribution of the university to all the competent state authorities and to all related to academic education entities; • the granting of graduate and postgraduate degrees from a wide spectrum of studies; • the provision of means and opportunities of education at a university level to persons having appropriate qualifications; • the advancement of knowledge and of its practical applications, using teaching, research and other means at high levels of quality; • the encouragement of studying and research (at all levels from Bachelor to PhD), and the provision of facilitation thereof; • the provision of courses to support Continuing Professional Development as well as higher educational programmes; • the engagement of education with society and economy; • the active contribution to the fulfilment of general needs of the broader society and economy; • the international presence and promotion of the university’s character and the evolution of the university to an educative pole of attraction to other countries; • the collaboration with researching and educational centres and the promotion of European cooperation and understanding through education; • the provision of advisory services to non-university bearers; • the securement of academic freedom and of free academic search. The vision and the mission of UCLan Cyprus are available on the University’s website: https://www.uclancyprus.ac.cy/discover/the-university/uclan-cyprus/

Main Projects / Activities

UCLan Cyprus is involved in two main activities - teaching and research - with the two being interlinked. Research informs teaching throughout the curriculum delivery in and out of the classroom as well as through the co- and extra-curricular activities taking place in each School and/or programme or at University level. Programme curriculum is frequently reviewed and updated according to the latest research findings in the field. Results of externally funded projects, outputs, publications, events (round tables, conferences, trainings, seminars, workshops, and surveys), CPD and public outreach events are embedded directly and/or indirectly in the course of teaching and learning, as learning activities and/or resources. Research is contextualised and research informed teaching activities are embedded in face-to-face or interactive discussions (e.g. during seminar or workshops, discussions of online materials), role plays (e.g. arguing, debating, mooting), collaborative writing activities (e.g. blog writing, group oral presentations), reflection (e.g. PDP, portfolio, workbook), and high use of technologies (e.g. interactive seminars, computer lab sessions, adobe connect, digital library training, research methodology and methods session).

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

UCLan Cyprus is a private university in Cyprus with links to its parent university in the UK. Its researchers are involved in cutting edge research in the fields of Science, Business and Law. The Cyprus Network will be able to tap in the expertise of the University's academics and facilitate their collaboration with the other Network partners. In addition to collaborations, the University could host events of the Network to its premises. Finally, the University could disseminate information about any public events supported or organised by the Network to its student population or partners.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

The ALF Network provides an opportunity to academics to share views and interact with other institutions within Cypriot civil society. This opens doors for collaboration for research projects and initiatives, while it also expands the potential reach and impact of any projects that are organised by the University and its academics. Finally, the Cyprus Network has organised/will be organising events that could be practically beneficial to our members of staff, that as members to the ALF Network, will be able to participate in.

Contact (1) Full Name
Nasia Hadjigeorgiou
Job Title
Assistant Professor in Transitional Justice and Human Rights
Head of the organisation
Panikkos Poutzouris (Rector)

Caritas Jordan

National Network
Jordan
Address

Jabal Amman, 1st Circle, Omar Ben Al-Khatab Street Bld. (10)
Amman 11181
Jordan

Telephone
+ 962 (6) 4653464
Fax
+962 6 4658015
E-Mail
waels@caritasjordan.org.jo
E-Mail (2)
omara@caritasjordan.org.jo
Mobile Phone
+962 777920038
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
1968
Fields of Activity
  1. Youth and education
General Information

General Director; Mr. Wael Suleiman
Board number: 10 members
Staff employed; 400 staff
volunteers; 3000 volunteers
2020 budget allocation; 15,000,000$
Caritas members organizations, UNHCR

Mission and Objectives

Caritas Jordan, a charitable organization within the Catholic Church, is a member of Caritas International that belongs to the Vatican with its head office in Rome. Caritas Jordan was registered in the Ministry of Social Affairs under the number (371) on 15 June 1968, published in the official newsletter and was issued on 15 August 1968 under number (2114). The first Caritas organization in the world was founded in Freiburg, Germany, in 1897. Other national Caritas organizations were established in the following years in Switzerland (1901) and the United States (Catholic Charities, 1910).

Mission; Promote the integral human development of people, bringing emergency, relief aids,
socio-economic empowerment, and socio-voluntary work to refugees and affected host
communities’ families in Jordan.

GOALS:
•Combat the dehumanizing poverty in all its different types.
• Improve health conditions physical and mental, and welfare for the refugees and
vulnerable host communities’ families.
• Promote better education access and develop the quality of education for the refugees
and vulnerable host communities’ students.
• Enhance sustainable development partnerships between Caritas and the state
departments, private sector, civil society, non-governmental organizations, and
community-based organizations.
????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
decent work to the refugees and the vulnerable host communities’ families.
• Promote protection and self-resilience safety, dignity, and avoid harmful actions that
negatively affect people of concerns, as well as, secure complaints mechanism and
accountability.
• Encourage youth at all ages and involving them actively in civil society and
social-voluntary works and initiatives.
• Provide Humanitarian Assistance and Emergency Relief.

Main Projects / Activities

Help the poor and the needy in society.
Develop the self-potentials of the needy groups to support their right to work and enjoy a decent life.
Provision of primary medical services, maternity and childhood services.
Assistance to refugees and displaced persons and victims of wars and disasters.
Raising Jordanian society's awareness of local humanitarian issues and the need to participate in charity work.
Rehabilitation of local human resources and committees of pastoral volunteers to work in Caritas programs.
Working with government and voluntary institutions and members of the international Caritas organizations to achieve the goals of Caritas Jordan.

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

seeking for membership at the ALF network will enhance the mutual experiences in different filed s of intervention, looking forward to a sustanible work approach among both organizations,.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

Caritas Jordan has an outstanding longterm partnership with the Royal Institute for inter-faith Studies, participating in various events such as refugees, religion, interfaith dialogue, and attended training on interfaith dialogue. Therefore, Caritas would extend its partnerships with the ALE network exchanging experiences and build capacities.

Contact (1) Full Name
Omar Abawi
Job Title
Programs Manager
Head of the organisation
Mr. Wael Suleiman
Contact (2) Full Name
Laith Bsharat
Job Title (2)
Resources Unit Officer

Al-Zuhour Social Development Organization

National Network
Jordan
Address

Main Street
Azmi Mufti Camp (Huson Camp)
Jordan

Telephone
0795601953
Telephone (other)
----------------
E-Mail
awadsaud55@yahoo.com
Mobile Phone
0795601953
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
2008
Fields of Activity
  1. Democracy and community development
General Information

Al-Zuhour Social Development Organization, based at Azmi Mufti Camp also known as Huson Camp within Bani Obaid District, was established in 2008, is registered with Ministry of Social Development under No. 1718.
Al-Zuhour is committed to provide in-kind, awareness raising campaigns to the local community.
Our mandate, as stated in The Articles of Association, includes towns in Bani Obeid District, i.e. Huson, Sareeh, Eidon, N'eimeh, Kitem, Shatana and Azmi Mufti Camp.
Out of this commitment we implemented in Azmi Mufti Camp in 2016 a 10-month environmental awareness project with collaboration of the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ), and the Camp Services Committee.
In 2018, we carried out a 10-month project backed by UNDP to combat drug addiction and trafficking with collaboration of Anti-Narcotics Police and Ministry of Health's Addiction Treatment Center.
We used to hold workshops around the year, to promote political involvement, human rights, combating AIDS, breast cancer..etc.

Mission and Objectives

Al-Zuhour Social Development Organization is run by a 7-member administrative committee made up of chairman, vice-chairman, secretary, accountant and 3 members.
Our mission is to step up the quality of life and services provided to citizens in environmental, social, political and health spheres. To this end we are trying to approach donor organizations to carry out relevant initiative to achieve this goal.

Main Projects / Activities

1-Environmental awareness project.
2-Encourage political involvement among young men and women.
3-Combating drug addiction and trafficking.
4-Helping young men and women enter the labor market.

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

We have the experience to collaborate with ALF members to carry out intercultural dialog so to close the gap between various civilizations.
Accordingly we can help bring about social harmony, international peace and stability.
This can help fight extremist and violent trends on both banks of the mediteranian banks/

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

It would open for us new scopes of collaboration and networking with sister organizations in Europe and Arab word to achieve mutual goals for a prosperous and nourishing humanity in general.

Contact (1) Full Name
Awad S Al-Sakr
Job Title
Chairman
Head of the organisation
Awad Saud Al-Sakr
Contact (2) Full Name
Mohammed Hmeid
Job Title (2)
Secretary