This curriculum guide includes four modules: citizenship, critical thinking, advocacy and media messaging, and digital advocacy. A training-of-trainers agenda is included for a four-day workshop, along with detailed module descriptions, activities, applied learning and debrief notes.
This guide highlights human rights culture and history in the last century, the Chinese philosopher Sun Tzu, and practical steps to increase human rights and legal awareness in communities. It describes how to build groups of activists who support human rights and strategies for encouraging communities, especially youth, to prevent human rights violations. Several examples are provided, such as the issue of human trafficking and how activists found supporters, pressured decision makers and influenced communities.
This presentation focuses on the media’s role and responsibility in covering conflict. It explores the definition of conflict, distinguishes between conflict and combat, and discusses characteristics of conflict related to the media. It also highlights media covering sensitive conflicts and the responsibility of print publications and onscreen programs. Additional material includes examples of news on social media sites and the importance of objectivity versus bias in news reporting.
This presentation describes how to facilitate and manage public meetings. It highlights tips for effective facilitation, characteristics of good facilitators and how to make appropriate decisions during facilitation.
This social media curriculum resource includes a trainer's guide and PowerPoint presentation, targeted at female entrepreneurs for a two-day workshop. The content focuses on using social media platforms (blogging, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest) and simple frameworks for integrating social media into business marketing plans. Tips are included for customizing the curriculum for specific participants.
This handout provides structure for daily outreach efforts, including noting the number of requested outreach efforts per day and the target audience. It also provides space for remarks, as a reminder.