Not To Forget Organizes Open Day for Young Women's Network

This activity is part of the "Feminism for Women's Economic Rights (FEMPAWER)" program, which runs until the end of 2025, in alliance with four institutions working in women's rights across four Arab countries
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Not To Forget Organizes Open Day for Young Women's Network

In collaboration with the Palestinian Working Woman Society for Development, Not To Forget Association organized an open day for the Palestinian Young Women's Network, attended by 30 young women from Jenin city and camp.

The event aimed to enhance communication and build the capacities of young women in areas such as self-respect, communication skills, leadership, and methods for coping with psychological and social pressures, particularly for those affected by the ongoing war in Gaza and repeated incursions into Jenin city and camp. The discussion also included the economic rights of women workers under current conditions.

The activity featured the graduation of 19 young women leaders who completed the Young Leaders Training Program. Samah Abu Seedo, Program Director at Not To Forget , stated that this event aims to alleviate the psychological pressures faced by young women in Jenin city and camp, and to discuss the realities of young female graduates working in informal sectors and the violations they face due to current circumstances.

This activity is part of the "Feminism for Women's Economic Rights (FEMPAWER)" program, which runs until the end of 2025, in alliance with four institutions working in women's rights across four Arab countries, led by the Swedish organization (KTK) (implementing in Tunisia), Arab Women’s Organization (implementing in Jordan), the Collective for Research and Training on Development (implementing in Lebanon), and the Palestinian Working Woman Society for Development (implementing in Palestine), with support from the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.