The Bulgarian School of Politics organized another free training for its graduates. On the last Saturday of April, ten school graduates spent their day off in learning the ins and outs of organizing an information campaign on children’s policies. Under the expert guidance of the communications expert Mihail Stefanov, political and civic leaders have learned the algorithm for building a successful information campaign as well as the most common mistakes that are made in organizing and implementing it. In order to practice the theory learned, the participants worked on a specific case study. They had to organize an information campaign, to convince local authorities and the public about the need for a mobile group to work with children with antisocial behavior.
The training “Strategic Planning of Information Campaigns for Children’s Policies” is part of the project “The Voice of Bulgarian Children”, which is funded by the Oak Foundation.