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International Palestinian Youth League

National Network: 
Palestine
Address: 
Jaffa street, Al-Isra’a building, #5, P.O.BOX 618
Hebron
Telephone: 
+972 2 222 9131
Telephone (other): 
+972 2 221 5586
Fax: 
+972 2 229 0652
E-Mail: 
E-Mail (2): 
Mobile Phone: 
+972 522 400 648
Mobile Phone (other): 
+972 599 265 490
Organisation Type: 
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment: 
1997
General Information: 

1. Structure: IPYL is run by 7 board members elected every 2 years. IPYL’s general assembly consist from more than 300 members.
2. Budgets; IPYL relies on projects resources, membership fees and some donations. IPYL receives no subsidy from any political side.
3. Source of funding: UNESCO, USAID, EC (different budget ,lines-Euro Med Youth, EIDHR) Irish Rep Office.
4. training courses, public campaigning (elections, voting, gender, Human Rights, Democracy, anti occupation activities, etc) international voluntary work camps, schools and towns twinning, youth and cultural exchanges, psychological, social and careers consultancy for youth, internships, scholarships, long term voluntary missions, networking with local, national and international youth and voluntary NGOs, media workshops, youth info center, internet café (free)
5. IPYL Memberships
IPYL is a member organization of the following international youth networks:
•Youth Action for Peace - YAP
•Coordinating Committee for Inte

Mission and Objectives: 

The principal goals of IPYL are:
? To imbue young people with a spirit of independence, creativity and entrepreneurship in social, civic, cultural and environmental spheres and to encourage them to take an active role in their communities.
? To aid and assist the underprivileged sectors of Palestinian society, through the provision of training services, to better access educational opportunities and to find suitable employment.
? To promote awareness of the dangers of discrimination including xenophobia, sexism and all forms of racism and to reinforce the importance of equal opportunities in all sectors of society.
? To instill in young people the importance of democracy in the organization of society, and to enhance their awareness of the principles of human rights as elucidated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and related international covenants and agreements.

Main Projects / Activities: 

training courses, public campaigning (elections, voting, gender, Human Rights, Democracy, anti occupation activities, etc) international voluntary work camps, schools and towns twinning, youth and cultural exchanges, psychological, social and careers consultancy for youth, internships, scholarships, long term voluntary missions, networking with local, national and international youth and voluntary NGOs, media workshops, youth info center, internet café (free)