Are you a Ukrainian young activist and a vocal advocate ofsocial and political changes in your country, and are interested to realize your own advocacy campaign? Accomplish your target by joining a training program of the newly established NGO: Institute of Policy and Governance!

We invite you to apply for participation at the training program "School of Good Governance: Advocacy", in order for you to gain necessary skills and knowledge for developing and implementing your own advocacy campaign project!

Dates: November 2015 - April 2016
Location: Kyiv, Ukraine
Deadline: November 6, 2015
Number of Participants: 30 young Ukrainians

The project consists of IV phases:

Phase I: view online lectures about the basics of effective governance and advocacy through which participants will describe their own advocacy-idea with explaining the relevance of the topic.

Phase IIa three-day workshop in school with advocacy-experts (Kyiv, November 27-29, 2015). School’s participants with trainers and experts will transform their advocacy-ideas into advocacy-projects.

Phase III: implementation of School’s participants their own advocacy projects at local level.

Phase ІV: a two-day exchange of experiences session about implementation of advocacy-campaigns at local level and development recommendations for work on the advocacy-projects.

For participation in the project please complete the online application.

Participation costs (travel by train or by bus and accommodation for nonresidents during the Phase II and Phase IV) will be covered by organizers.

The best three advocacy projects will be awarded with financial incentives.

If you have further questions, do not hesitate to contact us, using the following email address:

Join us and participate in building effective, democratic and perfect government in Ukraine!

Do not forget to follow the School of Good Governance: Advocacy in Facebook and Vkontakte!

The project is supported by the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine.
The views of the participants do not necessarily reflect the official position of the U.S. Government.

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