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FJP Launches Academy in Cairo to Prepare Cadres for Community Development
FJP Launches Academy in Cairo to Prepare Cadres for Community Development
Egypt Muslim Brotherhood’s political wing, the FJP, opens a new academy in the Egyptian capital for leadership models with vision and skills, to bring about long-desired social change.
Wednesday, June 5,2013 16:44

 The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) in Cairo announced the launch of the 'Freedom and Justice Academy' to support institutions, prepare cadres and leadership pioneers and effect real community development, under the slogan 'A generation builds, a homeland rises', in order to forge partnerships with training institutions and donors, attract specialized cadres, and prepare cadres to raise awareness in the community.

In a statement, the FJP pointed that one of the most important areas of the Academy’s work is administrative and institutional development, preparation of parliamentary and political cadres, family and educational qualification, and support and preparation of the new generation of Egyptian youth.

The FJP pointed that there will be a closing ceremony and festival of employment at the end of the course, with the goal of developing 15 institutions, providing qualifications and employment for 200 young men and women, preparing 50 trainers or coaches, annually.
tags: Muslim Brotherhood / Freedom and Justice Party / FJP / Parliamentary / Community Development
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