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.
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.
This presentation for E-Mediat's Workshop 3 includes two days of training material: Facebook Strategies for NGOs; and Facebook Engagement & Twitter Strategies for NGOs. For each day, an agenda, framing, outcomes and learning objectives are included. It includes discussion about determining the intent of your Facebook page, management, measurement tool and engagement. It also focuses on Twitter as a tool - intent, efficiency and best practices.
This resource describes an inclusive democratization process in Yemen through increasing political awareness and empowerment of youth. The training guide presents a wide range of programs, exercises and workshops focusing on democratic principles. It includes five chapters: concepts of political empowerment and youth; political rights and duties; mechanisms of political empowerment; political empowerment skills; and the future of youth political empowerment.
This resource provides an outline for a five-week online training session that aimed to enable fellows to learn active listening and how to ask good questions, and to help them recognize their own biases and uncover other people’s biases. It includes learning components and a weekly breakdown of discussion points, activities and assignments. It is one of four modules in the series.
This report presents a demographic breakdown of survey findings on opinions about introducing a minimum marriage age for girls in Yemen. It also focuses on attitudes toward gender quotas, knowledge of the concept of gender quotas and support for their introduction in elected bodies. The survey was implemented in June 2010.
This presentation by Beth Kanter shares techniques for making training sessions more interactive. Included are several interactive techniques, such as the human spectragram, four corners of the room and closers. A template worksheet also is available. The E-Mediat Networking Conference: New Media for the Networked NGO was conducted in March 2012 in Morocco and Jordan.