هذه الصفحة متوفرة أيضا: Arabic

 

Future Leaders of the World is an international partnership project, carried out in collaboration between the YMCA Scouts in Denmark and Les Scouts Tunisiens in Tunisia.

The Partnership aims to reach beyond their borders, and create communities and experiences across cultures, through scouting. The project will run until the end of 2015 and is licensed through DUF international MENA pool and has a budget envelope of 4.3 million.

The project contributes to move the world on purpose in an international context by focusing on citizenship, freedom of expression, democracy and youth involvement. This is done through five sub-projects where Danish and Tunisian scouts together develop and implement activities in the form of training sessions in construction, leadership and strategy. In addition, there will be a number of major events focusing on citizenship, dialogue, gender, advocacy and youth involvement.

One of the project objectives have explicitly focused on strengthening the Tunisian scouts through the active involvement of young people and women in its work. The result can be seen today at the young Tunisians in the front and has assumed important positions in the organization, for example, is their vice president a 29 year-old young woman .

  • On an individual level, this means that young people are using their skills and competencies as active citizens and contractors.
  • On an organizational level, it means that the two scout organizations are well structured and attractive organizations for young people, where it is possible to acquire and use ones skills.
  • On a community level the KFUM-Scouts in Denmark and Les Scouts Tunisiens are frontrunners and trying to influence society by drawing attention to young people’s right to participate in making decisions and to have adequate standard of living.

Activities in FLoW runs throughout the year (2015) both in Denmark and Tunisia and is targeting young people between 18 and 35 years.

Follow FLOW on the social media #TunisiaDenmark