Belfore Centennial Declaration

On the occasion of the centennial of the Balfour Declaration, Association Najdeh organized various national activities inspired by the occasion. Among the national activities, the Nahd al-Bared Najdeh Kindergarten organized a traditional activity for the elderly, where she talked about Palestine and the olive. She gave a glimpse of the Balfour Declaration with the flag of Palestine and how to color it. Papers were also distributed with the flag of Palestine and simple of information about the Balfour Declaration. In addition to the olive piles brought by the elderly to be pressed by children in the classrooms.

In the branch of Tyre, Najdeh centers in the three camps (Al-Bass, Al-Rashidiyya, Burj Al-Shamali) organized a series of activities and events inspired by the occasion on the first day where banners and flags were hung at all entrances to the centers.

In Al-Bass and Borj Al-Shamali kgs, marches were held in coordination with other organizations in the camps. At the Vocational Training of Burj Al Shamali center, “100 Balfour Road” was screened and discussed with the students of the photography course.

And in the Rashidieh camp a memorial plaque was distributed to the local institutions and associations in the camp in order to emphasize that the ominous promise will not limit our insistence on the right of return. In the Nahr al-Bared refugee camp, Najdeh kindergarten participated in solidarity with all of KGs of al-Bared on the occasion of the Balfour Declaration.

The Palestinian flag was painted on the faces of the children, holding flags and slogans related to the occasion. In Beirut, the celebration of the Balfour Declaration included several activities of the psycho social Center at Burj Al Barajneh; an internal activity for the children, in addition to the participation in a march with the local NGOs in the camp.

With the support of the Tawoon Foundation, the children of Samer Khoury Library participated in the open day under the title “Cry Of Wounds” on the occasion of the centennial of the Balfour Declaration, that included intellectual games and the drawing of various murals.