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Sunday, February 28, 2021

sheika moza

WISE=WISH if you love education and health community builders start here: 

maybe we are biased but what the first lady of qatar has being doing for nearly 20 years now is remarkable

a university partnership campus with world leading universities but particularly those empowering women and engineering

a research centre  educationaboveall   that became partner of about 40 countries concerned with refugee education 

through the 2010s biannual wish and wise summits where e is for future of education and h for health

our bias - first education laureate sir fazle abed brac

qatars international summit centre can easily host 5000 delegates in normal times and is a few minutes from the education campus just outside the town center

over the years delegate bios like these have been shared on peoples who love education in every way we can empowerr youth chinese  india  singapore   france   bangladesh  philippines  ghana   usa

our experience is outside usa media are usually positively engaged in how can we celebrate eduxation getting better for youth livelihoods - when it comes to helping collaborate around sustinability goals this weakness of usa is extremely depressing to us parents in usa

there are various youth competitions and intrernships

this month saw a zoom on youth agency - at this sort of networking nowhere emulates wise

EAA-ReachOutToAsia presents our very first ‘Think Global Act Local’ webinar focused on the topic of Volunteerism as a Pathway to Engaged Global Citizenship”. This webinar includes guest speakers from UNESCO Doha and Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar as well as two experienced ROTA Youth Volunteers.


i'll just give you a little background information about reach out to asia so roto was actually established back in 2005 as a then center under qatar foundation focused on providing access to quality education

in countries around asia mostly after disaster man-made or natural disasters


 since our inception rota has provided ucation and training to over 1.5 million children and youth in over

15 countries in order to build their capacity to contribute to a sustainable future

04:45 in parallel rota at the heart of our work has focused also on volunteering 4:51

rota has conducted meaningful and impactful volunteering programs that have engaged and inspired many thousands of volunteers to play active roles in addressing educational and development challenges in their communities here in qatar and beyond in countries abroad


now in 2017 rota joined the education above all foundation or eaa is a global education foundation again focused on provision of quality education for many millions of children and youth around the world

three other core programs in eaa  educate a child which is focused on getting millions of out of school children into a quality primary education we have alpha hura which has worked mainly in palestine but has rebuilt countless schools and provides educational scholarships to allow youth to achieve their potential as well as peace

which advocates for the protection and right to education in conflict affected areas around the world


so since joining eaa rota has focused on a new on empowering youth those are aged between 15 and 24

to be inspired and active agents of change through global citizenship education

Though we have previously worked in this area of global citizen education we've now focused exclusively on this demographic that is used with a particular focus on marginalized youth that might be marginalized for social economic political even environmental factors


but you might ask what is global citizenship education so we use a definition that builds on the work of other agencies such as unesco and oxfam with a definition that global citizenship education

or gced involves any educational effort that provides the skills knowledge and experiences and to encourage the behaviors attitudes and values that enable youth to be agents of long-term positive

changes in their own lives and in their immediate and larger communities

and that seems like quite a mouthful butwhat we'll be doing in this webinar is talking about how volunteering contributes to developing active global citizens


so we'll be talking at we'll be unpacking this and defining the connection between the two

ideas today i'm joined by an incredible panel of guest speakers who are now invite to introduce themselves tell us where they're from who they work for and what they do

so if we could start with caitlin.. hi good afternoon everyone thank you


very much george ijust want to say first of all thank you very much to our friends at rota

and eaa for organizing this really topical and important discussion i'm caitlin sparks i'm the education

program officer at the unesco office for the gulf states in yemen based here in doha;i'm originally from brisbane australia- about a thousand kilometers north of sydney but i've been working here in doha for

the last three years; as many of you already know unesco is the united nations educational scientific

and cultural organization my job is to assist our member states with education policy and planning

provide technical assistance and capacity building opportunitiescoordinate efforts to achieving sdg4 in

particular sustainable development goal four which unesco is the lead un agency

one of our key programmatic areas is actually global citizenship education and education for sustainable development so we as unesco are very pleased indeed that rota has joined promoting gced in

the region and increased momentum here


wonderful thank you very much caitlin -over to you lakisha

 good afternoon everyone ;I’m the international education and student programming

officer for virginia commonwealth university school of the arts in qatar i would

i have been in doha for the last 10 years andi am originally from los angeles

so in my role as international education officer i work with students with our

service learning program here locally in qatar and also internationally

i'm also the multicultural affairs person for our office and student life and engagement

where i do trainings on diversity inclusion equity social justice and activis


over to you rose


hi everyone i feel very privileged to be here alongside all of you i'm rose abueliers

i'm joining you from beirut lebanon this is where i have been born and raised and i'm currently

working at a local organization called arkansas in the youth program

i work as a research and development officer currently; our work in the program is to support

youth at risk marginalized youth and youth and children with disability

in order to empower them and support them in being active members of the society

my work revolves around doing projects…initiatives networking and creating all

sorts of innovative ways and things to support youth and it's really an awesome job

and i've been really a volunteer for such a long time and this is mostly why i am the person who i am so


Over to you ahmed lingawi

i work for the ministry of trade in an industry here in doha

i was born and raised here in doha ;,, I also founded as a water youth advisory board club and

actually wearing many hats and i'm focused on sustainable development goals and try to localize it from environment perspective i'm very honored to be withyou guys


whilst delegate at wise i made these country delegate lists around 2017
- i wish i had made more