Advocacy Weekend Retreat 24 – 26 October 2014, Bellegarde, France (30 mins from Geneva, Switzerland)
The aim of this weekend retreat is to explore how to use and expand advocacy to mobilising people and organisations for systemic social change.
Participants will strengthen their analytical capacity for practical applications in future advocacy campaigns. The journey takes you through a balanced methodology; all exercises are based on self-realisation, independent and reflexive learning.
If you are interested in exploring the true potential of advocacy, join us for a weekend in a constructive environment, sharing ideas and experiences of how to achieve positive change in the lives and situations of vulnerable people. It’s the kind of weekend that could help transform you and your organisation’s work to bring about fundamental improvements in the lives of your beneficiaries.
This highly participatory retreat will be beneficial not only for you, but also for your organisation’s advocacy implementation processes and ultimately for those whose voices cannot be readily heard.
The retreat combines a weekend less than 30 minutes away by train from Geneva with learning and exchange opportunities within a small group (max. 8 people) and plenty of activities.
The aim of this weekend retreat is to explore how to use and expand advocacy to mobilising people and organisations for systemic social change. Participants ...
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