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Workshop 2: Listening and Web Presence
Published: 2011
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: E-Mediat
English

This presentation for E-Mediat's Workshop 2 includes two days of training material: Listening Tools and Privacy Best Practices; and Strategic Internet Presence: Websites and Blogs. For each day, an agenda, framing, outcomes and learning objectives are included. Instructions are provided for trainers to customize and localize the material. Specific listening tools are suggested, as well as privacy and security options. Also discussed is what makes an effective online "home base" and blogging tips.


Workshop 3: Using Social Networks Strategically for NGOS
Published: 2011
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: E-Mediat
English

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.


Trainer's Guide: Workshop 3 - Strategic Social Network Use for NGOs: Facebook & Twitter
Published: 2011
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: E-Mediat
English

This guide for trainers provides details on the two days of E-Mediat's Workshop 3, as well as an overview of the five workshops in the series. It gives an outline of what is included: participant agenda, trainer's agenda/outline and workshop materials. The appendix includes a Facebook content management worksheet. The topics for the two days are: Facebook Strategies for NGOs; and Facebook Engagement & Twitter Strategies for NGOs.


Trainer's Guide: Workshop 4 - Storytelling with Digital Video
Published: 2011
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: E-Mediat
English

This guide for trainers provides details on the two days of E-Mediat's Workshop 4, as well as an overview of the five different workshops in the series. It gives an outline of what is included: participant agenda, trainer's agenda/outline and workshop materials. Appendices include tips for shooting videos from Flip Cameras, linking video to SMART objectives and storytelling and interview worksheets. The topics for the two days are: Storytelling with Digital Video; and Creating, Sharing and Distributing Videos.


Workshop 4: Storytelling with Digital Video
Published: 2011
Organization: Institute of International Education (IIE)
Project: E-Mediat
English

This presentation for E-Mediat's Workshop 4 includes two days of training material: Storytelling with Digital Video; and Creating, Sharing and Distributing Videos. For each day, an agenda, framing, outcomes and learning objectives are included. It includes focus on how videos can help NGOs, types of stories, digital storytelling, and uploading and editing videos.


Tunisian Election Law Handbook for Lawyers
Published: 2011
Organization: American Bar Association (ABA)
Project: Democracy and Community Development Program
English

The comprehensive "Tunisian Election Law Handbook for Lawyers" describes and explains the country’s legal provisions surrounding electoral conduct. The handbook provides advice on applying Tunisia’s new Election Law and presents Tunisian lawyers with guidance on substantive law and procedures from the Constituent Assembly. The handbook also highlights potential areas of dispute and legal strategies in assisting citizens on election legal issues.


Yemeni National Forum for Human Rights (NFHR)
Published: 2011

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.


The Political Empowerment of Youth in Yemen
Published: 2011
Organization: Yemeni National Forum for Human Rights (NFHR)
Project: Youth and Democracy Reform in Yemen
Arabic

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.


"Democracy and Community Development Program"
Published: 2011

This manual aims to raise awareness of Yemeni citizens about the definition of a civil state - its principles, components and guarantees. Additionally, it reviews the role of youth and civil society organizations in establishing a modern civil state.


The Citizen’s Guide to a Civilized State
Published: 2011
Organization: Tamkeen Development Foundation (TDF)
Arabic

This manual aims to raise awareness of Yemeni citizens about the definition of a civil state - its principles, components and guarantees. Additionally, it reviews the role of youth and civil society organizations in establishing a modern civil state.


A Practical Guide for Human Rights Program Facilitators
Published: 2012
Organization: Global Rights
Project: Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco
Arabic

This resource for facilitators is part of Making Human Rights Real: A Legal Literacy Program for Women in Morocco manual. It provides suggestions for facilitators holding women’s human rights sessions. It also focuses on characteristics of a good facilitator.


Module 2, part I: Women’s Human Rights in the Family - The Marriage Contract
Published: 2012
Organization: Global Rights
Project: Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco
Arabic

This resource is the second module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. This section focuses on women’s human rights in the family and the marriage contract. It includes seven sessions: the legal age for marriage; consent to marriage and the right to choose one’s husband; dowry, the marriage contract: the possibility of including clauses in favor of the woman; the marriage contract: how to negotiate clauses; polygamy; and the Urfi Marriage (traditional marriage without a written contract).


Introduction: Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco
Published: 2012
Organization: Global Rights
Project: Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco
Arabic

This file provides an introduction to the Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco manual. It includes the program summary and lists modifications from an earlier version of the manual.


Module 2, part II: Women’s Human Rights in the Family - Divorce
Published: 2012
Organization: Global Rights
Project: Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco
Arabic

This resource is the second module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. This section focuses on divorce, the second theme in Module 2. The four sections include: introduction to the concept of divorce and the different types of divorce in Morocco; divorce by the husband: without cause (talaq); divorce by the wife: without cause (khula and tamleeq); and divorce by the wife: for cause (taqleeq). 


Module 1: Introduction to the Concept of Human Rights and Oneself as a Subject of Rights
Published: 2012
Organization: Global Rights
Project: Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco
Arabic

This resource is the first module of the manual Making Human Rights Real: A Human Rights Education Program for Women in Morocco. It focuses the concept of human rights and oneself as a subject of rights. It includes nine sessions: introduction to the concept of women’s human rights; introduction to the concept of liberty; introduction to the concept of dignity; introduction to the concept of equality; discrimination against women; introduction to gender analysis; introduction to the sources of law used in the program; protecting women’s human rights: individual responsibility; and collective mobilization for the promotion of women’s human rights.


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