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Language as Violence,Violence as Language
Language as Violence,Violence as Language


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Kabete Youth Club (Kenya)


Events   Events

4th UNESCO Youth Forum
France (2005-09-30)



Toolkits & Publications   Toolkits & Publications

UNESCO Youth friendly guide



About  About
Title: Language as Violence,Violence as Language
Location: Kenya
Status: In Progress
Timeline: Ongoing
Categories: Citizen Journalism, HIV/AIDS, Peace & Conflict, Health, Poverty, Education, Globalization, Child & Youth Rights, Environment, Human Rights, Culture, Technology, Popular Culture, Media, Languages

Description:
Young people in Kenya are invited to participate in creative writings and workshops on the theme, "language as violence, violence as language" and on different skills: digital photography, using diverse software, and online tools. Participants are invited to take pictures in their local community of relevance to the theme. The images will then be uploaded online to the Global Gallery that exhibits all the submissions from the participating...

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Sep 1st, 2005 - 03:30:34 | Francis Awinda
ADVERTISEMENT BY kENYA ALLIANCE OF RESIDENT ASSOCIATIONS(KARA) KARA Newsletter Issue No. 33, August 2005 Kabete Youth Club In An Appeal-Young people in Kenya are invited to participate in... (read more)

Aug 25th, 2005 - 05:00:24 | Francis Awinda
KENYA YOUTH AND ICT CONVENTION During the International youth day and Harambee youth week here in Kenya on the 12th and 13th August, the project coordinator got an invitation to attend the... (read more)

Aug 25th, 2005 - 04:44:56 | Francis Awinda
INTERVIEW AT RADIO WAUMINI FM 88.5 On the 28th of June 2005 from 10AM to 12PM the station hosted Francis Awinda who is coordinating the Kenyan chapter on language as violence and the discussion/... (read more)

Aug 17th, 2005 - 03:54:01 | Francis Awinda
Talented Kimani to receive further training in Austria, In relation to finding alternatives to violence Kabete youth club has promoted sporting initiatives and this time round one of the club... (read more)

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Who Is Involved?  Who Is Involved?
Individuals:
Administrator Francis Awinda (Kenya)
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Leader Kabete youth club (Kenya)
- GOVERNOR (Nigeria)
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- Mary Odhiambo (Kenya)
- Jennifer Lopez Mumbi (Kenya)
- Voluntary Youth Philanthropist (Kenya)
- Adhiambo (Kenya)
- Martin W. Gichuki (Kenya)
- victor (Kenya)
- Sarah (Canada)
- Jennifer Ada-Oye (Nigeria)

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Documents  Documents
Document UNESCO report on language as violence (166.5 KB)

Document Partnership invitation (38 KB)

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