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FW: Website for safeguarding elections
Published: 2015
Organization: Democracy International
Project: Supporting Election Monitoring Innovation in MENA Region

FW: (Forward) is an informal, web-based community of civic activists, technology junkies, academics, bloggers, journalists and citizens interested in learning about and sharing new approaches and tools for safeguarding elections. The site is available in English, Arabic and French at www.fwelections.com.


Entrepreneurship Trainers Manual
Published: 2014
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: Women's Enterprise for Sustainability (WES)
English French

This training manual provides a summary of 14 modules for a entreprenuership course, along with a summary of concepts and discussion points. Topics include starting a business, strategic planning, business plans, business operations, marketing, communication, finance, risk and more. Brainstorming exercises and quizes are included.


Home-Based Businesses - Presentation
Published: 2014
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: Women's Enterprise for Sustainability (WES)
Arabic

This slide presentation was used for an Institute of International Education workshop that focused on home-based businesses, part of the Women's Enterprise for Sustainability (WES) program.


E-Commerce (presentation)
Published: 2014
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: Women's Enterprise for Sustainability (WES)
Arabic

This slide presentation was used for an Institute of International Education workshop that focused on e-commerce, part of the Women's Enterprise for Sustainability (WES) program.


1.1: Approaches to Learning Presentation
Published: 2014
Organization: Mercy Corps
Project: Advancing Civic Engagement in Tunisia and Global Citizen Corps (GCC)
English

This brief, introductory presentation about Global Citizen Corps describes five main components of the program, which accompanies the handouts in this series. Components include student-centered learning, multiple intelligences, experiential learning, peer-to-peer mobilization and awakening the critical consciousness. The ideal ages of participants are provided in each of the TOT training files and range from 10-29.


1.1: Approaches to Learning Handout
Published: 2014
Organization: Mercy Corps
Project: Advancing Civic Engagement in Tunisia and Global Citizen Corps (GCC)
English

This brief handout focuses on approaches to learning, such as student-centered learning, engaging multiple intelligence, experiential learning and peer-to-peer learning. An overview of the program also is available: http://maktabatmepi.org/content/11-approaches-learning-presentation.


1.1: Traits of a Trainer
Published: 2014
Organization: Mercy Corps
Project: Advancing Civic Engagement in Tunisia and Global Citizen Corps (GCC)
English

This brief handout highlights traits of a good facilitator, including knowing content, entertaining, adapting and keeping focused on time. An overview of the program also is available: http://maktabatmepi.org/content/11-approaches-learning-presentation.


1.2: Intros and Code of Conduct
Published: 2014
Organization: Mercy Corps
Project: Advancing Civic Engagement in Tunisia and Global Citizen Corps (GCC)
English

This resource for trainers focuses on how to present a code of conduct for building a group. It provides summary, topic overview, learning objectives and key messages. It also includes lesson procedures and specific suggestions and definitions. The ideal ages of participants are between 10-29. An overview of the program also is available: http://maktabatmepi.org/content/11-approaches-learning-presentation.


1.3: Ice Breakers and Energizers
Published: 2014
Organization: Mercy Corps
Project: Advancing Civic Engagement in Tunisia and Global Citizen Corps (GCC)
English

This overview of ice breakers and energizers gives instructions for 40 activities, such as the map game, where participants pin the location of their birth on a map; creative name tags, where participants decorate their tags with hobbies and pictures; and the four facts game, where participants try to guess what's not true. An overview of the program also is available: http://maktabatmepi.org/content/11-approaches-learning-presentation.


2.1: Leadership Compass
Published: 2014
Organization: Mercy Corps
Project: Advancing Civic Engagement in Tunisia and Global Citizen Corps (GCC)
English

This resource for trainers focuses on the idea of a leadership compass, helping participants to identify styles of leadership and the importance of having diversity of leadership in a group. Included is a topic overview, learning objectives and specific lesson procedures. The ideal ages of participants are between 19-29. An overview of the program also is available: http://maktabatmepi.org/content/11-approaches-learning-presentation.


3.3: Public Speaking for TOT
Published: 2014
Organization: Mercy Corps
Project: Advancing Civic Engagement in Tunisia and Global Citizen Corps (GCC)
English

This resource for trainers focuses on public speaking and aims to help improve students' oral persuasion techniques by understanding the appropriate speaking skills. Included is a topic overview, learning objectives and lesson procedures. The ideal ages of participants are between 19-29. An overview of the program also is available: http://maktabatmepi.org/content/11-approaches-learning-presentation.


3.3: Public Speaking Presentation
Published: 2014
Organization: Mercy Corps
Project: Advancing Civic Engagement in Tunisia and Global Citizen Corps (GCC)
English

This presentation on public speaking focuses on overcoming anxiety, preparation, speaker's outline, elements of vocal delivery and tips for what to do during the speech. An overview of the program also is available: http://maktabatmepi.org/content/11-approaches-learning-presentation.


3.3: Tips for Public Speaking
Published: 2014
Organization: Mercy Corps
Project: Advancing Civic Engagement in Tunisia and Global Citizen Corps (GCC)
English

This handout provides tips for public speaking, including body language, voice/speech, content/message and what to do if you get nervous. An overview of the program also is available: http://maktabatmepi.org/content/11-approaches-learning-presentation.


Munathara - Mobile App for Promoting Public Dialogue
Published: 2012
Organization: International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX)
Project: Social Media | Social Action for Good Governance

Tunisian CSO Munathara worked with local mobile developers to build this app promoting public dialogue. Users can record and upload a 99-second video on a key civic issue, which is then viewed and rated by other app users.      

Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.apptivit.beeztouch.munathara&feature=search_result#?t=W251bGwsMSwyLDEsImNvbS5hcHB0aXZpdC5iZWV6dG91Y2gubXVuYXRoYXJhIl0

Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/munathara/id572965744?mt=8

This app was funded by the IREX Social Media | Social Action program, through the Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI).


WES Entrepreneurial Training Program - Presentation
Published: 2012
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: Women's Enterprise for Sustainability (WES)
French
This slide presentation was part of the Institute of International Education's November 2011 Training of Trainers event, part of the Women's Enterprise for Sustainability (WES) program.

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