MIFTAH's Programmes & Projects
Participation Enhancement Program
This Program aims at enhancing the leadership roles of youth and women and their ability to shoulder responsibility towards social and political change at both the local and national levels, based on a democratic approach and the principles of good governance. The program aims to advance the interests and the capacities of youth and women in political and social influence, towards becoming capable of assuming decision-making positions and participating in formulating public policies.
Furthermore, the program is aimed at expanding the scope of promoting the principles of good governance through embracing youth and women’s networks that are empowered with monitoring and accountability mechanisms, and capable of voicing their rights and sharing their experiences at the regional and international levels.
- Support Women Active Leadership Roles at Local Government Units (2015-2016)
- Small Income Generating Projects for Women in Rural Areas: East Jerusalem District
- Enhancing Women Access to Security and Social Accountability in Palestine – “Sawasya” (2015 - 2016)
- Increasing Citizens' Participation in Local Elections (May- October, 2016)
Dialogue Enhancement for Policy Formulation Program
This Program aims to provide an environment conducive to, and a safe space for, policy dialogue, which ensures social and political representation at the national and international levels. Through this program, MIFTAH contributes to supporting the Palestinian demand for self-determination and for protecting civil, political and social rights in public policy formulation. The program provides research, surveys and policy papers that address social and political issues at the national and international levels and which broaden the scope of networking and advocacy efforts aimed at influencing policy and legislation, within the context of human rights conventions, including CEDAW and UNSCR 1325.
- Support Palestinian Women Call: One Country, One People, One Flag
- Tawasol Labor market orientation points (T-LMOP)