Communication-based participation and advocacy is one of the most powerful ways rights-based work-oriented organizations create change. When communication is successful, an organization can achieve greater impact. Communication is an unpredictable adventure that requires clear thinking, skill and planning.
Communication-based participation and advocacy takes the form of taking part in decision-making processes, influencing governments' policies, or advocating for members, volunteers, and grassroots behavior to change. This program is designed to learn the basic concepts of communication-based participation and advocacy, how, with whom and why it happens, the tools used and a set of tactics and strategies.
- You will grasp how the concept of advocacy emerged and where it has reached today.
- You will learn how we can identify our stakeholders for advocacy
- You will be informed about what a policy paper is and how it should be prepared.
- You will learn about the possibilities of participation in the current political system in Turkey and how to establish relations with decision makers.
- You will receive tips on how to build and maintain relationships with the media.
The face to face training of 104-Communication Based Participation and Advocacy takes three days.
If you’ve decided to attend 104-Communication Based Participation and Advocacy online-only, good news! There is no set start and end date. You can start at the time you set and finish at the time you set. We recommend that you spare 1,5 hours a day and complete the entire program in 2 days. 104-Communication Based Participation and Advocacy include 2 hours of video content. Reading materials take 1 hours. In other words, the total duration of all content is 3 hours.
He did not complete his Archeology and Art History education, which he started at Istanbul and Strasbourg Universities. He completed his undergraduate education at Ankara University Faculty of Communication and received his master's degree from the Middle East Technical University Department of Philosophy. He started his civil society life at the United Nations in 2002 and continued at the National Democratic Institute for ten years. “Citizens know best what is best for them; So how do they express themselves? During this period, he followed his belief and question. He experienced the happiness of getting some of the answers through the "A Dream of Turkey" study, which was the apple of his eye, which was implemented in dozens of cities. He ran Turkey's first and most comprehensive "Guest Artist Program". He works on communication, participation, and advocacy. He loves to carry out his youth and adult education, especially in different cities of Anatolia. He continues to wonder about and explore how we communicate and connect with each other. After a year and a half of GazeteDuvar adventure, he is now expressing himself on T24 Weekly. He writes about life on her blog, www.hayatevi.org, based on the themes of home, road, and family. Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @hayatevinde
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