International Languages

Member

Al Aous Laykah


Duration

From August 26 to December 26, 2018

Target

Local youth - Languages Institutes


Target population

30000


Target avg age

25


People impacted

100


Sustainable Development Goal

Quality Education


Development stage

Education and Economic Empowerment


Purpose

Spread the concept of CSR through innovative ways


Overview

International Languages Program comes as a development program from varied perspectives. First, it developed people views of learning languages offering information of the benefits of bilingualism and multilingualism through a facebook page. Later, the program held a cocktail party where people discussed the CSR principles regarding human rights and environment. The cocktail party also included a fair where CSR-committed languages institutes presented their side of languages teaching in the city along with one or more riddle of the five goals concerned. That encouraged people to communicate and exchange thoughts on the CSR principles. The Program finished with four conversation clubs each of which used one of JCI official correspondence languages to promote the five CSR principles.


Actions Taken

1
Cocktail Party and fair of institutes and conversation clubs
2
Facebook Page: Echo of Languages
3
Communication and networking in the cocktail party and riddles offered throughout the event. The four conversation clubs topics
4
Riddles throughout the cocktail party and talking about ways to implement it locally in the conversation clubs

Results

- Two job ooportunities were provided through networking in the cocktail party
- 90 people interacted with each other and presented their ideas regarding implementing CSR principles locally
- 45 people participated in the conversation clubs and learned how to enhance their lingual abilities
- 100 people received special offers from the languages centers
- Almost 1200 people follow the Echo of Languages page and have learned the benefits of Multilingualism and language-learning


Recommendations

Integrate the principles of the CSR with everyday activities to become a regular part of our lives
Bilingualism and multilingualism are tools to expand horizons and introduce alternative ways of living and we should ensure to raise awareness and promote these concepts to develop the human personality and emphasize on the fact that the brotherhood of men transcends the sovereignty of nations
Transfer the discussions we had in the conversation clubs into practical and field plans to achieve maximum impact

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