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Activism

2010
Develop Your Personal Leadership Style
Organization: Foundation for the Defense of Democracies (FDD)/Center for Liberty in the Middle East (CLIME)
Project: Online Activism Institute

In this self-paced course, users explore and develop their leadership style and identify what kind of leadership would be most effective for their situation. Steps are included to create a plan for developing a communication style.

2010
Create Your Activism Plan
Organization: Foundation for the Defense of Democracies (FDD)/Center for Liberty in the Middle East (CLIME)
Project: Online Activism Institute

This self-paced course helps users to understand what they need to do to accomplish their goals. It presents a guide for creating a specific plan to succeed. The course covers six “building blocks” of activism: vision, goals and objectives, leadership, civic environment, message and audience, and outreach activities.

2010
Create Your Activism Plan Builder Template (Designed to Accompany the rest of the Create Your Activism Plan Course)
Organization: Foundation for the Defense of Democracies (FDD)/Center for Liberty in the Middle East (CLIME)
Project: Online Activism Institute

The Activism Plan Builder Template includes questions about goals and objectives, leadership, civic environment, message and audience, and outreach activies. Information about the steps is included, as well as templates for developing an activism plan.

2010
Polish Your Public Speaking Skills
Organization: Foundation for the Defense of Democracies (FDD)/Center for Liberty in the Middle East (CLIME)
Project: Online Activism Institute

This self-paced public speaking course was designed primarily for women running for public office in the Arab world. It describes how to craft and deliver a message that is memorable. The aim is for participants to become more confident, prepared and in-demand speakers.

2010
Assessing Your Political Environment
Organization: Foundation for the Defense of Democracies (FDD)/Center for Liberty in the Middle East (CLIME)
Project: Online Activism Institute

This self-paced course guides users in analyzing their country’s political environment and exploring ways in which it could affect the implementation of activism plans. It includes six lessons, focusing on the political environment, branches of government, civic freedoms and the role of civil society.

2010
Media Relations
Organization: Foundation for the Defense of Democracies (FDD)/Center for Liberty in the Middle East (CLIME)
Project: Online Activism Institute

In this self-paced course, participants learn how to use the media to communicate their messages to constituencies. Media techniques are described, including how to present messages online. Also included is information about how to organize media briefings and materials to keep the media informed of plans, events and accomplishments.

2010
Leaders' Guide
Organization: Near East Foundation
Project: Community Involvement in Reforming Primary Education

This guide offers a general overview of leadership skills and collective action strategies.

2010
How to Best Communicate your Vision (Module 4)
Organization: ICF International
Project: US-Saudi Forum on Social Entrepreneurship

This presentation offers tips on how to connect with the audience and communicate vision through clear presentations. Included are activities and peer review worksheets to assess fellow trainees' performance.

2010
Tools and Tips to Becoming a Social Entrepreneur (Module 2)
Organization: ICF International
Project: US-Saudi Forum on Social Entrepreneurship

This presentation gives an overview of how to become a social entrepreneur. It offers techniques to starting a project, including brainstorming and individual assets audits, as well as tools such as social networking to ensure far reach. The instructor's notes help navigate the presentation.

2010
Seminar Curriculum (Module 3)
Organization: ICF International
Project: US-Saudi Forum on Social Entrepreneurship

Building off the previous session, this curriculum walks learners through the process of clearly identifying the project by using previously discussed techniques.

2010
How to Change the World Activity (Module 2)
Organization: ICF International
Project: US-Saudi Forum on Social Entrepreneurship

This slide presentation gives the answers to the "How to Change the World" activity from Module 2.

2010
Seminar Curriculum (Module 2)
Organization: ICF International
Project: US-Saudi Forum on Social Entrepreneurship

This document offers an overview of how to become a social entrepreneur, including techniques for starting a project, brainstorming and individual assets audits. It also describes tools such as social networking to ensure far reach. Self-reflection exercises are included, focusing on the process leading to social impact. It is to be used with the presentation prepared for the second module.

2010
Seminar Curriculum (Module 4)
Organization: ICF International
Project: US-Saudi Forum on Social Entrepreneurship

This curriculum offers tips on how to connect to the audience and communicate vision through clear presentations. Included are activities and peer review worksheets to assess fellow trainees' performance. It is to be used with the presentation prepared for the fourth module.

2011
Social Marketing - Presentation
Organization: Vital Voices Global Partnership

This presentation is linked to the Social Marketing curriculum resource. It focuses on the definition of social-marketing, its importance, ethics and common problems in cause-related marketing. The presentation provides examples, exercises, and an action and monitoring plan on social-marketing.

2011
Social Marketing - Curriculum
Organization: Vital Voices Global Partnership

This curriculum on social marketing gives definitions and describes the role of social marketing in enhancing corporate social responsibility. In addition, the curriculum discusses the relationship between the consumer protection and social marketing. An accompanying slide presentation is available.

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