Three online sessions were implemented with two YMCA-YWCA related Norwegian partner schools' classes, 25-30 students in each, and a partner Danish Efterkole Global Citizenship class of about 15 teenager students, where the JAI gave presentations and answered students' questions regarding its work, geopolitical situation and the Keep Hope Alive - Olive Tree Campaign - with its international and local purposes and impacts. Those schools' classes usually visit Palestine with the JAI each year (Fall or Spring), but are unable to do so this school' year due to lockdowns and travel restrictions.
The first session was held by both the JAI' Exchange Programs Coordinator and Youth Coordinator on the 14th of January 2021, with the Global Safari class at Sunnmøre FolkHighSchool. It lasted for 2 hours and included the presentation, questions and answers on current political and social issues.
The second session was held by the JAI' Exchange Programs Coordinator on the 16th of January 2021, with the Global students at Nord-Norge FolkHighSchool. It lasted for 4 hours and included the presentation and answering questions (breaks in between) on the presentation, campaign, current political issues and situation on the ground.
The third session was held also by the JAI' Exchange Programs Coordinator on the 20th of January 2021, with the Global Citizenship class at Midtsjællands Efterskole. It lasted for 1.5 hours and included the presentation and answering questions on the campaign, current conditions and other political issues.