Workshop: Advocacy and lobbying for Global Citizenship Education
To increase advocacy skills of the Global Citizenship Education Organizations and to increase skills to create links between national advocacy, European and Global advocacy in GCE. Also to learn to create more meaningful conception on monitoring, evaluating and learning from advocacy work in field of the Global Citizenhip Education. 

Venue: Tallinn, Estonia on 05.-07.02.2019

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Name: *
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I agree to participate in the whole three-day programme. *
Organization: *
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Your experiences in the advocacy work and lobby work GCE: *
What is your perception on lobby? What is it?
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Have you ever been in politics yourself or involved somehow? *
Have you ever been responsible of any organization’s communication activities?
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Can you bring an example (video, ad, essay etc) where a difficult subject is explained in a simple and understandable way so that grandma from Iceland or a teenager from US would understand and memorize it? Examples from SDG-related topics are especially welcome.
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Your experiences in impact monitoring and evaluation: *
What is your main concern or interest in field of impact evaluation? How could this training be most useful to you?
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Are you also participating in the:
Joint dinner on Day 1
Joint dinner on Day 2
Your food preferences (for lunch, coffee break and dinner):
Vegetarian (including dairy and eggs)
Gluten free option for 1 and/or 2
This seminar is produced by Bridge 47 and co-financed by the European Union
The Bridge 47 – Building Global Citizenship - project wants to mobilise global civil society to contribute effectively to global justice and eradication of poverty through global citizenship. The project is funded by the EU and has 16 project partners around Europe and the world.
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