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Cafe Talk competition second edition

This week, the second edition of the Cafe Talk competition will start off, with the participation of 10 teams representing 10 states: Kasserine, Gafsa, Sousse, Monastir, Nabeul, Tunisia, Ariana, Sfax, Gabes and Medenine, and will last for 3 months June, July and August 2017.

What is new in this edition is the partnership signed between IIDebate and the Tunivisions Foundation, which will allow the Tunivisions clubs in the respective states to participate exclusively in this edition

As for the theme of the second edition of the Cafe Talk competition, it will be about the phenomenon of “violence against women” in Tunisia due to the spread of this fact in our society and the failure of all parties to find solutions for the protection of women. So iiDebate and Café Talk team has choosen this phenomenon to be the topic of the second edition of the competition in order to come up with simple and realistic solutions where the 10 teams will organize 5 cafe talks each on the following topics:

Women in the political scene between absent and marginalized

– Rural women between marginalization and discrimination

– Violence against women inside  the family

– Role of legislators and civil society in reducing violence against women

– Women victims of sexual harassment in Public transportation

Then the  teams will come up with project ideas that represent their own solutions to the problem of “violence against women” in Tunisia and compete with the rest of the teams to win the prize money to finance their project.

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iiDebate Newsletter February 2017

Dear iiDebate followers, through this article , iiDebate communication Department would like to introduce you to our first Newsletter 2017. It will summarize our activities during the month of February 2017. In addition, we will provide you with a brief introduction to our new projects, partnerships , Trainings and iiD chapters updates.

Here you can download the iiDebate Newsletter February 2017

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Café Talk Competition kick-off

Café Talk program aims to bring young people together to discuss social issues in cafés and public spaces in order to achieve the following goals: Preventing violent extremism, Supporting young people in making a positive contribution within their communities and engaging civil society organizations, corporation and media outlets to collaborate together in order to face community challenges.

In order to continue its work on those goals, the International Institute of Debate has launched the “Cafe Talk competition on PVE” on December, 2016 by recruiting 12 teams of 3 members  (moderator, Reporter, Community Manager) from 12 different tunisian regions to participate in the competition .

This competition aims to conduct a series of Café Talks on PVE (Preventing  violent extremism) related theme for 3 months (from January to March 2017) in order to develop a youth declaration on “Preventing violent extremism” and a full report on the different topics and results of the organized Cafe Talks.

After conducting those Cafe Talks, each team has to submit a project idea as their solution to the PVE Theme to compete with other teams to win a grant to finance their project.

The competition will last for 5 months starting from December 2016 and covers 12 Tunisian regions: Tunis, Bizerte, Monastir, Sousse, Sfax, Gabès, Medenine, Gafsa, Kasserine, Siliana, Bèja and Kairouan

On December 22nd, 23rd and 24th , the Cafe Talk team has trained  The 12 selected team leaders from every concerned region on Moderation, Community management , reporting and Cafe Talk process .

And starting from this week those teams will organize the Cafe Talks on the different topics set by iiDebate team so by the end of March we will have more than 84 Cafe Talks on PVE Theme

Theme and topics

For this first edition, The International Institute of Debate chose Preventing Violent Extremism as the main theme of the competition.

The topics chosen to be discussed during the Cafe Talks are inspired from the “7 Priority Areas” of “The United Nations Plan of Action to Prevent Violent Extremism”:

  1. Dialogue & Conflict Prevention.
  2. Strengthening Good Governance, Human Rights and the Rule of Law.
  3. Engaging Communities.
  4. Empowering Youth.
  5. Gender Equality and Empowering Women.
  6. Education, Skill Development and Employment Facilitation.
  7. Strategic Communications, the Internet and Social Media.

To know more about the competition please follows this link http://cafetalks.org/cafe-talk-competition

And to pursue the teams achievement and activities during the Café Talk Competion, please consult our Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/cafetalks.org

 

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IIDebate is recruiting a Junior Graphic Designer

About the Job

Do you possess a keen eye for design? Do you know the difference between Helvetica 45 and 55? Are you all about living a new experience in the Tunisian civil society organizations? If you’ve answered yes, then iiDebate is the place for you.

iiDebate is a non profit organization that aim to initiate every young person to become active citizen in their community. We are a team of young and motivated staff members who seek to create positive change in Tunisia. We are looking for a Junior Graphic Designer for a 12 months contract.

The Graphic Designer will report to the Communication officer and the executive director as part of the communication team, producing outstanding and innovative creative across all channels of the organization. In this role, the primary objective is to grow and develop and maintainiiDebate brand through design. Designer must have the ability to translate in-house requests into highly-creative end products. Responsibilities will range from creating print and digital marketing material, website and video graphics, product packaging to corporate branding pieces.

The designer will work closely with fellow communication team members, and collaborate with Marketing, Content and project coordinator team as needed. Designer must be able to clearly communicate with the communication officer and the project coordinators to ensure all projects are reviewed and approved, on schedule, and deadlines are met.

Requirements:

  • Degree in Graphic Design, Bachelor, Master degree (NOT required if you have a good skills in design)
  • 1-2 years of related experience (Experience in non-profit NGOs on a volunteer bases is also accepted)
  • Passion for graphic design with strong portfolio (You should send your portfolio along with your application)
  • Team player, positive attitude, A MUST!
  • Ability to build and maintain strong positive working relationships to ensure that all design solutions meet deadlines and objectives.
  • Ability to create superior, original designs, consistently maintaining a high design standard.
  • Strong sense of typography, design, branding, layout, composition and color theory.
  • Proven ability to effectively manage multiple projects/tasks of varying complexities and work well under pressure, deadline-driven.
  • Excellent organization skills
  • Excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated ability to gracefully defend design decisions to creative director and executive team.
  • Strong working knowledge of current Adobe Creative Suite; Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, AfterEffects and Adobe Acrobat
  • Good writing skills in English, French and Arabic (Prefered)

Application

Please send your application to info@iidebate.org , elyes@iidebate.org and ahmed@iidebate.org no later than January 20th, 2017 COB, we advise you to take a look to our previous work in order to get familiar with our working style on :

Application package requirements:

  1. Updated CV in English or French
  2. Motivation letter explaining why you want to join iiDebate family
  3. Your portfolio Link/PDF document

Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for a physical/online interview. We are not looking for senior graphic designer but junior with high skills to work within the team.

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بيان صحفي تظاهرة محاكاة الانتخابات الوطنيّة لبرنامج تونسي و نغيّر

المعهد الدولي للمناظرات و برنامج مبادرة دعم الشراكة الأمريكيّة الشرق أوسطيّة ينظمان  تظاهرة محاكاة الانتخابات الوطنية ضمن برنامج “تونسي و نغيّر” وذلك يوم الأحد 18 ديسمبر 2016 بنزل المشتل بتونس العاصمة من الساعة 10 صباحا إلى الساعة 1 بعد الزوال

ضمن تظاهرة محاكاة الانتخابات الوطنية ستتنافس 5 فرق مترشحة للفوز بالجائزة الكبرى لبرنامج “تونسي و نغيّر”حيث سيكون ضمن الحضور ممثلين عن الحكومة ووزارة التشغيل و التكوين المهني و سفارة الولايات المتحدة بتونس و برنامج مبادرة دعم الشراكة الأمريكيّة الشرق أوسطيّة  كما ستجمع هذه التظاهرة أكثر من 100 مشارك من  ولايات بنزرت ,قابس, تونس الكبرى, صفاقس, باجة و قفصة

تظاهرة محاكاة الانتخابات الوطنية هي المرحلة النهائيّة لبرنامج “تونسي و نغيّر” الذي انطلق منذ شهر فيفري 2016 و قام من خلاله المعهد بتنظيم دورات تدريبية تهدف إلى توعية الشباب حول دورهم الفعال في الحياة المدنية وتشجيعهم على تنمية مبادراتهم من خلال تدريب أكثر من 180 شاب وشابة في ولايات بنزرت ,قابس, تونس الكبرى, صفاقس, باجة و قفصة على تقنيات الحوار، المناظرة و صقل مواهبهم في مجال المناصرة وآليات التواصل من أجل مساعدتهم على إنشاء مشاريعهم الجمعياتيّة و التنمويّة الخاصة

كما نظّم المعهد الدولي للمناظرات ضمن برنامج “تونسي و نغيّر”  6 تظاهرات محاكاة الانتخابات البلدية في الولايات المعنيّة ترشحت من خلالها 5 فرق بعد فوزها بأصوات الناخبين لتشارك في تظاهرة محاكاة الانتخابات الوطنية

أكثر معلومات حول البرنامج و ومشاريع الفرق المترشحة على موقعنا

www.iidebate.org/twn

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Art as a weapon against extremism

The the International Institute of Debate in partnership with the US Embassy in Tunis has organized on June 29th, 2016 a Cafe Talk about “Art as a weapon against extremism” in the cultural space “El Makhzen” in beb souika, Tunis.
This Cafe Talk gathered many civil society representatives who worked mainly on CVE to talk about preventing extremism throw art.
Thanks for everyone who attended this Cafe Talk and participated with their great ideas and experiences.

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To know more about Cafe Talk , visit our web site : www.cafetalks.org also visit our facebook page : www.facebook.com/cafetalks.org

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