BSoP Alumni were trained how to plan successful advocacy campaigns


Representatives from different cohorts of the Bulgarian School of Politics “Dimitry Panitza” were trained how to effectively organize advocacy campaigns on children policies and social causes. The training was on 29 October and the trainers were Ms. Tsveta Brestnichka, Chair of the Board of the „Roditeli“ Assosiation and Ms. Desislava Baneva, expert in group dynamics.

During the training, the participants were introduced to the basic principles of the planning and organization of an advocacy campaigns. They trained to create an advocacy campaign on a special case study, developed for the training.

The training “Advocacy campaigns on children policies and social causes ” was within the project “Inspiring Others, Generating Change and Transforming Society – Philanthropy as a Core Value of the Leaders”, financed by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. The event was supported by the Oak Foundation as well.

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