The EU-funded Eastern Partnership Civil Society Facility invites civil society organisations from the Eastern Partnership countries to register for the self-taught version of its Course on Storytelling for Civil Society. The course helps better communicate about projects and engage more people by using storytelling techniques.
Civil society leaders, project leaders, communication managers working in civil society organisations, activists, volunteers, social start-up leaders and social entrepreneurs from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine will learn how to convert messages to exciting stories, shift audience perceptions about their messages, and broadcast their stories widely and convincingly.
The course is divided into four different modules, taking the learner step by step from how to ‘find’ the story to how to refine, produce and disseminate it.
The course brings together professionals and creatives from the region – academic experts, professional copywriters, as well as video artists and producers.
The course is available in English and Russian. Certificates are awarded automatically following the completion of the online tests integrated into the course.
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