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By Peri Guler

On Sunday 16th August, I had the opportunity to attend the An-Najah's Youth Exchange ‎Programme that held a farewell ceremony for the end of its second International Work ‎Camp of 2015.


The training consisted of training workshops on English conversational skills and public ‎speaking, as well as offering information in Turkish and French language and Japanese ‎culture. The local students attended these courses with an enthusiasm for attaining new ‎skills and receiving insights into new cultures.‎

The idea of a trip to this beautiful country came to my mind no less than 5 years ago, ‎when I was starting to become a Human Rights activist. When I finally decided to travel ‎to Palestine, I was looking for a program that would be based on an exchange with ‎Palestinians living in the West Bank. I knew that we had many things to share and that ‎we could learn from each other. Because of this, I immediately knew that the Zajel ‎program was for me when I heard about it a few months ago.‎

The training consisted of training workshops on English conversational skills and public ‎speaking, as well as offering information in Turkish and French language and Japanese ‎culture. The local students attended these courses with an enthusiasm for attaining new ‎skills and receiving insights into new cultures.‎

The idea of a trip to this beautiful country came to my mind no less than 5 years ago, ‎when I was starting to become a Human Rights activist. When I finally decided to travel ‎to Palestine, I was looking for a program that would be based on an exchange with ‎Palestinians living in the West Bank. I knew that we had many things to share and that ‎we could learn from each other. Because of this, I immediately knew that the Zajel ‎program was for me when I heard about it a few months ago.‎


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