The more Leadership seminars that AIL offers, the more they are requested to provide. It is nearly impossible to keep up with the demand for these workshops. Women especially request access to these workshops. Women are learning that they do have a voice in their homes, their communities and their Country. Men, too, are learning about equality, respect, and compromise. As part of these seminars, the participants are also learning how to resolve their differences without conflict. At the beginning of each seminar, the participants are asked who a leader is. They generally respond – a person in government – a religious leader – the President. As they go through this seminar, they come to understand that they too are leaders every day in their life – and also, to appreciate the leadership qualities of others around them.
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