Welcome to this Masterclass on community building and surviving crises: lessons from refugees with Mohamad Al Jounde. Mo was just 12 years old when he had to leave his hometown in Syria. When his parents were not able to send him to any school in Lebanon he realised that time flew without any purpose. School was much more than a learning centre, especially for children who live in camps. A school is a place to exchange ideas, hang out and have a community. So in 2014 Mo opened a school for these children. On day one there were 100 students and 4 teachers. Today the school graduates 500 women and 240 students every single year. Take this YOUTHTOPIA masterclass and learn first hand through Mohamad’s experiences how you can create a community anywhere.

In this Masterclass, you will

  • Become a young human rights activist and advocates for equal rights for the underprivileged

  • Understanding on the refugee crisis and the power individuals have

Also included in this Masterclass

  • Completion certificate

  • Lifetime access to content

  • Meet other changemakers

What You Can Expect

  • Unique experience from activists with invaluable tips

  • Applicable tips and tools on how to take action now

This Masterclass Is Presented By

Mohamad, 21 years old, grew up in Syria, but fled for Lebanon when life became too dangerous at home. Like thousands of other refugee children in the country, he couldn’t go to school, so he set out to make a difference for children in the same situation. Together with his family, Mohamad built a school (Gharsah) in a refugee camp where 200 children now access their right to an education. At the age of 12, he already was teaching math and photography. He helps children to heal, learn and have fun with games and photography. Mohamad is a natural storyteller, raising awareness about the challenges facing refugee children by bringing their stories to a wider audience. At the moment Mohamad lives in Sweden and he Already started an NGO called Gharsah Sweden for the people in the community to support the school in Lebanon and to connect with the new comers in Sweden.

Mohamad Aljounde

Circle of Youth

Course curriculum

  1. 01
    • Introduction to YOUTHTOPIA Masterclass

  2. 02
    • Meet Mohamad, Circle of Youth

    • What Does it Mean to be a Refugee?

    • The Struggles of Refugees From The Perspective of One

    • The Wake Up Moment

    • The School

    • Reclaiming Your Reality

    • Where We Are Today

    • Optimism Vs Pessimism

    • What Can You Do?

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