The Tibetan Jewish Youth Exchange (TJYE) was established to enhance the cultural identity of both Jewish & Tibetan youth through informal education & to forge links between the Jewish & Tibetan diaspora communities. We actively help these communities' youth movements to empower young people, that they can become leaders & make a difference. This blog will record the continuing work of the project's volunteers, including Jewish volunteers in India & Tibetan leaders on exchange in the UK.

Wednesday, May 12, 2004

Phantok and I did a session on how to write a report: defining target audience, thinking about what we want to happen as a result of the report, defining areas of coverage, structuring... Did a few role-plays to show the link between target audience and aims.

In the afternoon I left Phantok to start the Longsho report, to go to funders and TJYE. He's working on it today as well. Last I saw he was a couple pages in, saying this was all necessary. I'll go over it at the end, working mainly on the quality of the English. Then I'll give him some feedback and we can think about distribution.

Dropped in yesterday on a local organisation, Volunteer Tibet. If we want, we can get Longsho on their database. Travellers passing through can be matched to the movement's needs. At the very least, they could help with the English on Longsho documents.

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