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In many cases when doing advocacy, authorities are reluctant to engage in talks with civil society organizations (CSOs). Even if they do, they will most likely push for a compromise which is far from the original demand. Does this scenario ring a bell for you? Dialogue with authorities is more effective if CSOs can show that their advocacy goals enjoy the support of their community. This course will go through the basics of community organizing thus give you some guidance on how your communities can show a united effort for social change and exert significant political leverage for minorities.

This is a publicly accessible version of the training course. You may read the course for self-study, but there is no tutor support.

To take the course, click the course name, then on the next screen click the 'Log in as a guest' button. You do not need to register an account to take this course.

This is a publicly accessible version of the training course. You may read the course for self-study, but there is no tutor support. The course has three primary objectives:

  • To introduce concepts of minority rights and discrimination
  • To develop awareness and understanding of international and regional mechanisms for minority rights
  • To improve practical skills in lobbying and advocacy

To take the public version of the course, click the course name, then on the next screen click the 'Log in as a guest' button. You do not need to register an account to take the public version of the course.

Note: Students who have applied and been accepted into MRG's online training should use the tutor-facilitated courses indicated by the key icon.