The United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) has chosen a student from Al-Kafeel University as one of the organizers of the final conference of the program to promote youth political participation.
Student Reda Talal from the Faculty of Dentistry at the University participated in the training program held by the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq.
Talal received a set of trainings, including the TOT Trainers Course, passing through a number of trainings on the topics of "political empowerment of youth and the problems caused by climate change".
Talal has made multiple contributions to a number of projects, such as writing the Constitution of the Iraq trainers network and the Alpha ys cultural channel, and providing a set of trainings on the topics of climate change in Iraq and its political, social and economic impacts on the country and society.
Talal said that Al-Kafeel University has been the best supporter of his activities throughout the period of participation, thanking the University's presidency for developing the talents and skills of students.
At the end of the program, Talal was selected by UNAMI as one of the organizers of the final conference of the program to promote the political participation of youth to present the work of Iraqi youth, their activities and ambitions, in the presence of a large number of official and academic figures.