A general brief about the Higher Council for Youth and Sport.
The Higher Council for Youth and Sports (definition and background)
It is an official governmental sector, which emanates from the Palestine Liberation Organization and represents sectors: youth and sports within the homeland and diaspora. The Council's vision is to build a free, participatory, equal and democratic society, and the drawing up and follow-up of the implementation of policies, the provision of the legal environment and infrastructure, and the immunization of youth with a moral and ethical system that promotes Palestinian identity and belonging to sustainable development in a manner that does not conflict with international laws and regulations. Conscious, and the main general goals of the Council:
Providing a legal environment capable of organizing youth work.
Develop and promote the values of citizenship, belonging and civil rights of youth.
Provide infrastructure on both levels: youth and sports.
About the Council
The Higher Council for Youth and Sport has a committed leadership that ensures a successful change process that guarantee effective performance. The Council is staffed with a high degree of commitment, loyalty and discipline. The Board leadership and staff demonstrate full readiness to benefit and learn through openness to the means. With the hope of establishing a good future for the Higher Council for Youth and Sport, together with a strong desire to work, with the aim of improving the current situation, in addition to activating individual and organizational performance, not to forget the Challenges and difficulties.
The Council looks forward to becoming a leading institution, especially in the areas of sectoral coordination: youth and sports, through the provision of effective, quality and valuable programs, to make a major and effective contribution to institution building and services to the general public. General framework, strengthen the coordination skills of the Council and its partnership with all parties with competence and relationship, and strengthen the capacity of institutions to follow up and evaluate interventions on the ground