Bond, the UK network of NGOs has some new advocacy training courses that which are taking place in January. They have sent us this note:
Working with experienced campaigner and trainer, Jenny Ross, we’ve totally updated the material to make it as relevant and useful as possible based on feedback from previous trainings, and it’d be great to have any more researchers join us. They’re competitively priced and I’m confident they’ll help researchers help with work they’re doing, as they have in the past.
The Introduction to Advocacy course is taking place on Monday 18 January and is perfect for anyone who is new to advocacy and campaigning or works closely with advocacy colleagues, MPs or civil society. This course takes participants through the process of developing an advocacy strategy and how to make choices about the appropriate approach and tactics.
More information at https://www.bond.org.uk/learning/introduction-advocacy
How change happens: demonstrating the impact of your advocacy is a new 2 day course taking place on 19 and 20 January, and is for those responsible for design and delivery of campaign strategies or leaders of campaigns and advocacy work within an organisation. The course has been developed in response to lots of our members telling us they want to be equipped to develop a theory of change and integrate effective monitoring and evaluation as part of strategy development and planning.
More information at https://www.bond.org.uk/learning/how-change-happens-demonstrating-impact-your-advocacy