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Events :: Достъп :: How to implement successfully a campaign and how to advocate and influence

How to implement successfully a campaign and how to advocate and influence

OAK LogoSofia, January 19-23 2014 

Five-day training of Sheila Mckechnie Foundation in partnership with OAK Foundation took place in Sofia from 19 to 23 January 2015 for the organizations that are OAK grantees. Representatives of nongovernmental organizations from Bulgaria, Latvia, Romania, Moldova, Poland and Bosnia and Herzegovina took part in the intensive week of work.

 

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Lecturers and facilitators were: Jonathan Ellis, specialist on advocacy and social activities, Linda Butcher, Executive Director of Sheila McKechnie Foundation, Oana Preda from Aspen Institute Romania, Pavel Antonov, media and social researcher and founder of Blue Link Network for civic activity, and Pavlina Filipova, expert in grant making and monitoring of projects, both from Bulgaria, and Dagmara Kubik, Community Organizing (CO) Programme Coordinator and Vice-President of Bona Fides Association from Katowice, Poland.
The training focused on information, knowledge, methods, different techniques and instruments about organizing and successfully implementing campaigns, as well as on practical exercises, interactive games, role plays, group work and discussions on the topics enumerated. BFPA representative in the training was OAK project coordinator Ralitsa Zgalevska.

 

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Events :: Достъп :: How to implement successfully a campaign and how to advocate and influence