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COMING SOON: Storytelling for Civil Society
Our new Online Course ‘Storytelling for Civil Society’ will help you better communicate about your projects and engage more people by using storytelling techniques. Watch our short video to learn more about the course.
The course for the first group will start in July 2019. Read more about the application procedure here. Participants will be selected based on their experience and motivation to participate in the course. The course for the second group will be launched in September 2019. Please follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the announcement of the 2nd Call for Applications.
This course will be available in Russian with English subtitles.
The course is designed for representatives of the civil society of the EaP countries who implement social projects using information technologies. The course is based on a review of over 70 digital tools, resources on project management, design and publication of content on the Internet, organization of teamwork and effective communication with stakeholders.
With this course you will learn how to choose the most appropriate visual forms for various content types; how to select the best way for publishing your content on the Internet; how to use file storage, file share services and services for collaboration between the members of the project team, how to develop and hold surveys, questionnaires, and online polls; how to make scheduled crossposting on social media and automated email marketing campaigns; and many more.
The course is available in Russian with English subtitles.
This course will help you to find your way through the grant system of the European Union from the conceptual idea, over the grant application and finally to the implementation of the project.
The course is designed to develop the skills of civil society organisations in the development of project proposals to apply for the EU grants, as well as to strengthen capacity in professional project management. This e-course will be useful for potential applicants and current grantees of EU projects.
The course is available in English language.
It does not matter whether your civil society organization has just been established or it has been actively working for several few years now, it might face the same organizational challenges. In many CSOs, especially those run by volunteers, active members are lacking the knowledge on how to create a strategic organization’s plan, find resources or lead a team.
This course aims to provide some expertise and tools on how some of these challenges can be overcome. Even though the course is designed for active members of CSOs, anyone who is interested in the field of institutional development can participate as well.
The aim of this course is to strengthen the capacities of CSOs to effectively represent the interests of their local communities and increase the accountability of local authorities. In order to achieve this goal, the course is divided into 4 modules:
Module 1: Policy analysis, monitoring of policy making and policy implementation
Module 2: Negotiation skills
Module 3: Advocacy and Lobbying
Module 4: PR and media skills