Episode 9 of Doha Declaration's Rule of Law Conversations looks at sport and how it can be used for upskilling and uplifting at-risk youth, ultimately offering an intervention tool against extremism and crime. Join us as we chat with André Ross, a South African investment banker who co-founded the Jala Peo Foundation for youth empowerment and social change through sports.
The Global Judicial Integrity Network's Advisory Board describes the achievements of the Network since its official launch in April 2018.
With prison seen evermore as a place to rehabilitate rather than punish, it is important to look back at the history and efficacy of these two dichotomous approaches to understand what can we learn for the future. Find out more in episode 8 of Doha Declaration's 'Rule of Law Conversations', when we chat to criminology lecturer and author, Katharina Swirak.
What role do education, community spaces and community-led initiatives play in transforming values for building a prosperous society? In episode 7 of the Doha Declaration 'Rule of Law Conversations', we chat with Kimberly Wu of Community Led Solutions about this, and a range of other key issues.
In this piece, Raghda Taweir presents a story about coach Ahmed Kahle, who is volunteering for the junior football team in Attil town in Tulkarm, and his sense of social responsibility and appreciation of sport.
In the Haven's Alley, Asmahan Hamdan's video shows how the lack of suitable playgrounds and safe spaces affects children in camps, pushing them to play in the alleys and streets. The story filming took place in Aida camp in Bethlehem.
In this video shot by Hiba Salah Al-Din, meet Captain Rabe from Hizma village, who volunteers in training a group of youth to keep them away from violence and crime, and develop their life skills.
Filmed in Qabatiya, Jenin for the Participatory Video Series, Hamza Marabaa looks at the use of sports as a means of education and its role in simplifying information for students.