"6 days conflict" led by 3 school students as part of school commitments. Raising awareness among dozens of their peers to past and present elements of the conflict they don't study about  in the regular school program.

"6 days conflict" led by 3 school students as part of school commitments. Raising awareness among dozens of their peers to past and present elements of the conflict they don't study about  in the regular school program.

  "My Home My Camp". Photo exhibition about life in Balata Refugee Camp. Produced by Windows Open Space group in Nablus. Seeing the camp through the camera lens changed the way they perceived their life before. 

"My Home My Camp". Photo exhibition about life in Balata Refugee Camp. Produced by Windows Open Space group in Nablus. Seeing the camp through the camera lens changed the way they perceived their life before. 

  Open Space program run in Tel Aviv office by graduates of the Youth Media and Action Program. Raising the claim: we have the right to know what really happened here.

Open Space program run in Tel Aviv office by graduates of the Youth Media and Action Program. Raising the claim: we have the right to know what really happened here.

Open Spaces

The Open Spaces Program, originally initiated by young graduates of the Youth Media and Action Program (YMAP), is a way for the youth to continue to be active within Windows’ framework by sharing their knowledge with their local communities.

The graduates meet in Single Identity Groups to create new independent projects.  From planning and developing to implementing and promoting, they use the journalistic and activist skill-sets they acquired in the YMAP. Besides raising awareness of human rights issues and democratic values for their own friends and classmates, this process also strengthens the graduates’ competences and self-esteem as young leaders.

Through facilitating workshops in the Open Space, I learned more about leading a constructive discussion.
— Raphael, Tel-Aviv group
It was hard to lead others, younger than me, but it was a learning experience and I feel proud.
— Moataz, Nablus group