We Love Reading participated in the activities of the second regional meeting (The Forum of Civil Society Dynamics on the Southern Bank of the Mediterranean) within a peace project sponsored by the Minister of Culture, Her Excellency Haifa Al-Najjar, which was held yesterday in the presence of a group of civil society institutions.
The Salam project seeks to support young people, enrich their knowledge, and unleash their imagination. The event included a presentation of a group of youth initiatives in the Mediterranean countries, as well as an exhibition of associations and nonprofit organizations to exchange knowledge and network among them.
Al-Najjar said at the opening of the event, which was organized by the Association for Civil Solidarity – the Mediterranean and the French Agency for International Technical Expertise in cooperation with ILearn, that peace is inseparable from justice, stressing that it stems from an absolute belief in the values of pluralism and renewal and enriching the values of diversity that celebrate human beings through building Interactive partnerships with civil society organizations in Jordan and the world to give us great opportunities to grow.
Some of We Reading ambassadors has participated in the event on behave of We Love Reading,
including Layla Abu Rabei, Maysoon Othman, and Jamila Abu Melhem.
The Ambassador, Ministerial Delegate for the Mediterranean Region at the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, representative of the French Embassy in Jordan, Karim Al-Mal, said that the outcome of the forum was to present a set of proposals to the French president to strengthen these forums, and this forum, in particular, represents an important stage, noting that the French embassy in Amman will follow up on the proposed and presented topics. in its activities.
He stressed that the French government represented by the embassy in Amman is promoting, supporting and supporting many projects in the cultural fields and engaging in sustainable development, noting the great aspects of cooperation with the Jordanian government.
The representative of the French agency, Olivier Lechian, indicated that the agency is working to closely network with representatives of civil society, as they are the main actors for change and work with all institutions and experts, stressing the agency’s support for civil society organizations to restructure and enhance their capabilities.