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A workshop on electoral reform for Local Election Law No. 10

A workshop on electoral reform for Local Election Law No. 10

The Arab World Observatory for Democracy and Elections, in collaboration with the Association Not To Forget and the Central Elections Committee, organized a workshop on electoral reform for Local Election Law No. 10 of 2005. The workshop took place at the Not To Forget Association Hall, with the participation of representatives from political parties, factions, civil society institutions, and community activists. A discussion ensued on the raised issues, with participants concurring on the necessity to amend the Local Authorities Law, activate the role of factions and political parties, emphasize increasing women's representation in elections, providing real opportunities for youth to access decision-making positions.

Not To Forget launches the "The Capable Refugee" project.

Not To Forget launches the "The Capable Refugee" project.

The association "Not To Forget" has launched the "The Capable Refugee" project with support from the Minority Rights Group, aiming to enhance the roles of women in Palestinian camps, specifically in grassroots committees. The project lasts for 18 months and includes various activities aimed at building and developing the capabilities of refugee women in Palestinian camps.

Not To Forget and Doctors Without Borders conducts a training course.

Not To Forget and Doctors Without Borders conducts a training course.

The association "Not To Forget" and Doctors Without Borders have conducted a training course titled "Mental Health and its Importance in Emergency Situations" at the premises of "Not To Forget" association in Jenin camp, targeting the psychological support and teaching staff of the association. Farah Abu Al-Hijaa, the president of the association mentioned that the association is in the process of expanding the scope of training to include a larger number of women and youth due to the difficult and complex reality, negative outcomes, and their significant impact on mental health, necessitating more volunteers who can work in the field.

Genocide war MUST stop immediately!

Genocide war MUST stop immediately!

Genocide war MUST stop immediately! Every day the war in Gaza continues, at the current rate, an average of 63 women will lose their lives. More than 9000 women and young women lost their lives. Protection of Women is a MUST! #fempawer #EGBV #stopgazagenoside

A self-care workshop for children.

A self-care workshop for children.

Not to Forget Association significantly emphasized enhancing physical health, promoting healthy dietary habits, encouraging regular exercise, and implementing relaxation techniques during the workshop. Participants were also guided on the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle, which enhances resilience in facing challenges and difficulties.

 Activities of the Psychological Resilience Project.

Activities of the Psychological Resilience Project.

Not To Forget Association implemented a variety of activities aimed at empowering children to effectively cope with difficult circumstances and crises. The activities began with interactive sessions aimed at initiating an open dialogue with children about the symptoms and effects of crises on their daily lives. During these sessions, children were encouraged to express their feelings and thoughts in a safe and motivating manner. At the end of the activities, the importance of providing a safe and supportive environment for children was emphasized, discussing the safe space for our children. These activities embodied an effective contribution to enhancing children's resilience and adaptability skills, as well as enhancing their abilities to express themselves and contribute positively to improving their community.

Not to Forget Association organizes a collective iftar

Not to Forget Association organizes a collective iftar

As part of "Not To Forget" activities during the month of Ramadan. The association organizes a collective iftar at Al-Bustan Park for children to break their fast together.

Activities to Enhance Children's Psychological Resilience

Activities to Enhance Children's Psychological Resilience

In our ongoing support for children's psychological resilience, we've introduced diverse recreational activities to help them adapt and cope with daily pressures. Through the "Tree of Trust" activity, children identify supportive figures and strengthen social bonds, enhancing their mental well-being and fostering personal and social growth.