“I have never thought learning civic education could be this interesting and useful until Civic Schools classes were run in our school” as we have spent 11th week in schools, one of the students shared. With a new vision for civic education in which civic skills and understandings are integrated across the curriculum, embraced in […]
With an understanding that a politically active civil society is critical to the sustainability of any democracy and an informed and active citizens is the driving force behind a genuine and competitive political process, Sambhawana organized three day workshop inviting young people from different background. The first batch was organized from 28-30 May and second on […]
Background:A politically active civil society is critical to the sustainability of any democracy. An informed and active citizenry is the driving force behind a genuine and competitive political process. Because democratic transitions are rooted in people and movements, sustainable democracy programs cannot be delivered in a top-down, one-off, and short-term manner. This three day program […]
Last month, Mr. Stefan Voinea , Director of Gazeta de Sud, Romania visited Nepal under the Partnering for Stronger Communities Grants Program for Community Solutions Program Alumni. Mr. Voinea and our director Ms. Anita Thapa are Community Solutions Programs Alumni, a program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department of State, and implemented […]
On 28th of February, Sambhawana organized one day workshop in Kathmandu under the project Green Youth Citizens on the theme “Young People in Green activism”. 35 youth from different age group and background came together in one common platform to share their green ideas and actions and to have a conversation with some of the […]
The Green Youth Citizens was launched on 9th December 2013 in Kathmandu, Nepal. It is an innovative youth project proposed to create a transnational network between Europe and Asia. The project is implemented by six partners countries Romania, Spain, Turkey, India, Nepal and Bangladesh.
After wonderful three learning days with our first cohort of Doing Democracy, early this month we organized second cohort and like last time we had a blast. Yet again, 29 of us came together for a journey filled with civic knowledge,skills and action from 3-5 May 2013.
Calling Secondary and High School Students to join second cohort of 3 day residential camp called “Doing Democracy” If you are in between the age group of 15 to 19 years , this camp is for you !
It is always nice to be able to create a platform for young people and work together. While we were running school program in secondary and higher secondary schools, it was an idea developed there to bring together adolescents and youth from different schools and learn and share civics.