The Civil Society Institute (CSI) has announced a call for applications for the Civic Activism Online Course for Georgian activists.The course is designed for beginners or experienced civil activists who want to improve their skills to effectively plan and implement non-violent civil or social campaigns.
Upon completing the course, students will be able to understand the concepts of civic activism and its role in promoting democracy and human rights, the historical evolution of the concept of activism and its application in various spheres of political or social life, get acquainted with different strategies or methods for better coordination of civic activities, etc.
The course includes 6 thematic video lectures and 6 discussion meetings through the Zoom platform.
The course is designed by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation’s EU-funded Civil Society Initiative, which aims to strengthen civil society as an independent, sustainable, transparent and accountable actor throughout Georgia.
The Civil Society Initiative builds on the knowledge and experience gained during the implementation of the EU-supported Civil Society Development Initiative (CSSIGE 2017-2020).
Find out more about the course here.
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