This manual, provided in Arabic and English, was used in a program to train Yemeni religious and civil society leaders to facilitate community dialogues designed to help communities prioritize key needs, develop strategies for advocating for those needs to higher-level decision-makers, and design and implement community initiatives to begin addressing those needs. It was developed by PartnersYemen with input by the International Center for Religion & Diplomacy.
This presentation aims to raise participants’ standards and skills in advocacy. It describes the characteristics of advocacy, highlights time action plans, and explains how the process of lobbying and advocacy differ from other types of intervention in community issues.
This manual provides six training modules focused on leadership and volunteerism to promote workforce and community engagement through experiential learning. While the module progression is designed to build a comprehensive leadership program, each module can be used as a stand-alone two-hour program. Each module includes a one-page overview: module background, objectives, expected application, data collection plan, pre-training preparation and outline.
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.
This guide describes the basics of networking and alliances between non-governmental organizations. It focuses on network objectives, network types and stages of networking, and also includes a networking exercise.
The Advisors' Selection Criteria highlights procedural steps for selecting advisors, the advisor’s role and characteristics, and also the functions and main tasks of the Project Advisory Committee. This is part of a training for women and youth on political action.
The Training Evaluation Form for women and youth's political participation training has six parts, starting with materials, training tools, trainers and trainees, and the team conducting the training session. The final sections address the challenges encountered by the team and solutions, and recommendations.