Design Thinking | Amman

Amman Hub’s organized a Internal training hosted by Ahmad Hawwari
It was an introductory workshop about Design Thinking, which is not really about design! Rather it is a systematic approach to innovation and creative problem-solving that can be used in many disciplines.

People Talk 2.0 | Jakarta

Indonesia ‘Jakarta’ Hub held a discussion entitled ‘Episode Baru Pemberantasan Karupsi di Indonisia’ hosting Meuthia Gania-Rochman and Charles Simabura .

The session discussed the revision of Law no. 19 of 2019 and its implementation has opened many discussions. Whether it is in accordance with the wishes of many parties to strengthen the KPK, and what is the future of eradicating corruption in Indonesia after the enactment of the latest KPK Law?

The Challenges of Democratic Transition and Its Impact On Achieving Peace and Security in Sudan | Khartoum

Khartoum Hub organized a discussion about “The Challenges of Democratic Transition and Its Impact On Achieving Peace and Security in Sudan” hosting the Sudanese Politican Dr. Alsahfie Khodr.

The discussion discussed several points:
– The concept of democracy and democratic transition.
– Experience of the democratic transition after the 18th December revolution.
-The contribution of the democratic transition to strengthening security and peace

The Book: Reflection of A Reader | Amman

Amman Hub’s organized a session discussion entitled: “The Book: A Reader’s Reflections” hosted by the Jordanian Writer Omar Zakria.

The session discussed 5 important points :
– What distinguishes books from other means of publishing?
– Book marketing
– Looking at history through books
– Contemporary publishing and contemporary media
– Books as raw material for cultural journalism

Empowering Women and Enhancing Their Role in Building Peace and Social Cohesion in Sudan | Khartoum

Khartoum Hub organized a discussion about “Empowering Women and Enhancing Their Role in Building Peace and Social Cohesion in Sudan” hosting Sudanese Ms. Ilaf Nasr El-Din – Executive Director of Operations at Amna and Ms. Eman Mohamed Ismail – social and political activist.
The discussion discussed several points:
– The role of women in the peace-building process
– The social and political challenges facing Sudanese women at the present time.
– The role of young Sudanese women in advocating for women’s rights issues

Workshop : Peace First Lab | Khartoum

Khartoum Hub organized a workshop about “Peace First Lab” hosting Sudanese Ms. Zahra Ali – Peace First Country Ambassador.

The workshop focused on several points including:
1. How to turn your ideas into a real-world application
2. How to structure a solid plan for implementation
3. How to become an effective Peacemaker
4. How to apply to a ‘Peace First’ mini-grant (up to $250) to help you implement your social change project.

5 Resistance Strategies to Support Your Cause?

Do Boycotts Really Work?

How Can You Use Social Media Effectively to Support a Cause?

Peace and Africa: Optimistic Perspective | Khartoum

Khartoum Hub organized a discussion about “Peace and Africa: Optimistic Perspective”

The session discussed many aspects of Peace; its history in Africa, the impact of war on continental integration, Peace and unity, Peace and youth, and Peace-building challenges in Africa.