‘Storytelling for Civil Society’ 2023 Course – Apply until 20 January!
January 10, 2023

‘Storytelling for Civil Society’ 2023 Course – Apply until 20 January!

The EU-funded Eastern Partnership Civil Society Facility Project has launched an online course on ‘Storytelling for Civil Society’.

The course is designed for civil society leaders / project managers / communication managers working in civil society organisations from the Eastern Partnership countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine), as well as activists and volunteers, social start-up leaders and social entrepreneurs. They will learn how to successfully create and shape their own stories and how to broadcast their stories more widely and convincingly.

The course will run for approximately six weeks (during February/March 2023) and will include a mixture of ‘live’ workshops, video tutorials, individual coaching, and home assignments. The course will be delivered through the ‘Cities of Learning’ platform, with successful participants receiving certificates and ‘Cities of Learning’ online platform credits.

The course is delivered in English, with a playlist of 12 videos, workshops and exercises. Participants joining the course may follow most of the elements of the playlist in their own time, but there are three ‘live workshops’ which will be delivered at two-week intervals during February and March 2023.

The deadline for applications is 20 January.

The project is launched in partnership with OEEC, a non-profit organisation that runs programmes for communities and organisations to benefit civil society in Belarus.

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January 20, 2023



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