The British Council honours Ghazaly, the founder of the Nasser Leadership Fellowship and Movement
The British Council honours "Ghazaly" , the founder of the Nasser Leadership Fellowship and Movement, for his efforts in supporting youth diplomacy
"The Empower Hub Academy" honoured the anthropologist Hassan Ghazaly, founder of the Nasser Youth Movement, as part of the closing ceremony of the project "Gender and Climate Guidebook", sponsored by the British Council, on Friday, 10th March, in conjunction with International Women's Day, attended by Dr. Amr Ramadan, Project Manager, and Professor Yasser Gado, the Director of Informal Education Programs at the British Council.
For his part, Hassan Ghazaly affirmed his adoption of the principle of equal opportunities and gender equality in all programmes and projects organized in line with Egypt's Vision 2023 nationally and Africa's Agenda 2063 and Sustainable Development Agenda internationally, noting the important role played by women in " Nasser youth movement".
Ghazaly also paid tribute to a number of young leaders from girls and women graduates of the Nasser International Leadership Scholarship and now influential members of the Nasser Youth Movement from various Arab nationalities, African, Asian and Latin who, under extreme circumstances, were able to assume leadership positions and bring about real change in their societies.
"The Gender and Climate Guidebook project "began in October 2022 with funding from the British Council. It is a training divided into three batches, each batch included 75 trainees who were divided into about 10 groups.
Their graduation project was launching 20 virtual and on-the-ground workshops in different regions and communities In order to ensure wider change.
A final report was prepared for each project in preparation for the presentation of its results at the project's closing ceremony in March 2023, which ultimately resulted in the victory of three teams that were the most influential and distinguished, Powderpuff Girls took first place with a prize of 10 thousand pounds in support of completing project workshops .And the "EcoColors" were second, and the "Equalizers" were third.