Develop your advocacy skills in 2011
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28 Junio 2011
This year Sangam, our World Centre in India, will run two seminars on advocacy. These will offer a chance to find your voice, develop the skills to speak out on important issues for girls and young women and learn to affect positive change in your local community and beyond.
Sangam Advocacy seminar on building partnerships (2-8 September 2011)
Do you want to develop skills in advocacy while gaining knowledge and experience in building partnerships? Then make sure you sign up for the Sangam Advocacy seminar in September. You'll get to meet Sangam community partners in India, and develop and work together on projects to achieve positive change.
|“Giving girls and young women a voice on issues they care about is such an important part of Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting. This seminar will give you the opportunity to find your voice, the skills to use it to speak out for positive change, and the tools to take actions that will make that change possible. All of this will take place in the wonderful setting of Sangam where we will have the opportunity to draw on Sangam’s years of experience working with their community partners and to learn from others from around the world. I’d encourage all members interested in making a difference to come and join us for an inspiring week!” Katy Chadwick, Advocacy Coordinator|
Deadline to apply for Building Partnerships seminar is 1 August 2011.
Sangam Advocacy seminar on HIV and AIDS (26 November-2 December 2011)
If you've got a particular interest in HIV and AIDS advocacy work, then this seminar will help develop essential skills while gaining knowledge and experience of global issues affecting girls and women in India today. You’ll visit Sangam’s community partners to learn about HIV and AIDS-related work and share your own experiences with others.
Deadline to apply for Building Partnerships seminar is 15 September 2011.
These events are open to those ages 18 to 35.