Online Free Course in Political Advocacy

This free online on Political Advocacy Course trains participants to create and implement a political advocacy campaign that holds their governments or local institutions accountable to commitments they have made on youth and HIV/AIDS. The course requires participants to create an action plan that researches government (local, national, or international) commitments to date, establish subsequent solutions that focus on adult-youth interaction, monitor the solutions as they relate to the original action plan, evaluate the outcomes, and more.
Training Type: Instructor-Led Online
Target Audience: Open to all interested
How to apply: To apply for an e-course, you MUST be a GYCA member. If you wish to join GYCA, please go to here. After you join, or for those who are already members, simply fill out the application form available for download on the website, and submit by the necessary deadline. Please follow all application instructions carefully. Once you have completed your application, send it as an attachment to the corresponding e-mail address 
Deadline: Due to the high number of e-course applications GYCA receives, GYCA only accept applications during the designated "application week," which announced on the website. Please see the e-course schedule for relevant deadlines. You can apply as soon as the application week begins.
Languages: English, French and Spanish
Publisher: GYCA
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