Yes I Can

Leadership for Teens
Ages 13-17 Years

Authors: WLP Bahrain/Be-Free Program
In Consultation with: WLP's partners in Jordan, Malaysia, Morocco, Nigeria, Palestine, and Turkey

Yes I Can, our leadership manual for teens, is the first publication of the Young Women’s Learning Partnership (YWLP) initiative. The manual focuses on the transformative leadership capacities of girls and boys, and helps workshop participants develop collective solutions to challenges faced by their communities, nurture new norms of gender equality in their families, and engage in political processes for building just, peaceful, and democratic societies.

The manual is adaptable to a wide range of learning environments, and includes interactive workshop sessions that emphasize creativity, knowledge-sharing, and partnership building, to help young women and men develop greater self-confidence, learn how to communicate effectively, build leadership skills, and identify areas where they can exercise leadership. The handbook also includes guidelines for facilitators, with an emphasis on creating an engaging and positive environment that promotes mutual respect, dialogue, and collaboration.

The YWLP curriculum is designed to develop skills that will help empower young women to realize their own potential, and to understand the significance of their role in improving not only their own lives, but also in transforming their communities. Yes I Can is available in Arabic, English, and French.

Alerts & Updates
August 18, 2015 | 2015 Events, Africa, Americas, Asia, Human Rights, human security, Middle East, TPC, ICT for Social Change, Young & Emerging Leaders
Women’s Learning Partnership (WLP) and The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) present The World We Seek: Reigniting the Dialogue on Human Security. September 14, 2015, 9:30am-5:00pm.
June 25, 2015 | Human Rights, Middle East, Saudi Arabia, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Young & Emerging Leaders
WLP is proud to announce that Dr. Thoraya Obaid, Chair of WLP's Board of Directors and distinguished advocate for women's rights in Saudi Arabia and across the Global South, earned the 2015 United Nations Population Award in the individual laureate category. The award recognizes Dr. Obaid's outstanding commitment, vision, and leadership in promoting population issues and the rights of women, girls, and young people.
December 16, 2014 | Leading to Action, 2014 eNews, Organizational Capacity Building, Young & Emerging Leaders, Yes I Can
NEW Resources and Publications: On budgeting and grants management, political participation (Kyrgyz and Turkish), and youth leadership (Turkish and Urdu).
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