Now Accepting Applications for a New Session of Online Course from New Tactics in Human Rights!

I received the announcement below by email about a free online course on human rights - I think many members will be interested. Please follow the instructions below to apply. And let us know here how it goes if you are accepted and take the course! :rocket:

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Strategic Advocacy: Planning & Tracking Advocacy Campaigns

Online course offering from New Tactics in Human Rights

New Tactics in Human Rights is opening for registration another offering of the online version of our Strategic Effectiveness Method for planning and implementing effective advocacy campaigns. We’re pleased to offer this online course FREE of charge.

Whether you’re just starting to plan a campaign and want to make it as effective as possible, or are struggling to get the results you want, our training will help sharpen your focus, identify opportunities, and add flexibility and surprise to your campaign. The online course allows you (and your team) to work at your own pace, on your own time, with feedback from our professional trainers and interaction in an online forum with your peers.

Go to https://www.newtactics.org/invitation-apply-new-tactics-online-course for more information. To apply for the course online: https://forms.gle/dPa4wYwMFenCRopTA
Questions? Mail us at newtactics@cvt.org

The deadline for applications is December 20, 2019.

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Hello Tobias, Thank you very much for this information. I applied for the course. I hope they will consider my application as a Certified Law Clerk with interest in the advocacy and social justice in Canada. How is your trip in Germany? We have a strong wind and freezing rain in Waterloo. Warm greetings, Alexandar

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