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Together for Justice: 2012 International Gathering  

August 13-15, 2012
Catholic Theological Union
Chicago, IL

 

 

How to Become an Effective Organizer and Advocate

Led by Sung Yeon Choi-Morrow from Interfaith Workers Justice

In a daylong training, participants learned what organizing is and how it is different from advocacy.  Participants learned about when to use which approach and what is the most effective way to get involved in the movement for social change from a Christian perspective.  Through story telling, role-plays and case studies, we learned how to engage in effective advocacy from a biblical perspective as well as why as Christians, we must organize.   The day was broken up into 4 main sessions:

  •  Story telling: your journey to the work of justice
  •  Methods of social change-which is appropriate for me?
  •  Basics of organizing
  •   Effective advocacy

Advocacy Materials:

Advocacy Training presentation by Sung Yeon Choi-Morrow, Interfaith Worker Justice

Different Approaches to Social Justice Ministries from Interfaith Worker Justice


David and Goliath: Tackling Giant Problems through International Advocacy

Led by Sarah Pray, Senior Policy Analyst for Africa in the Open Society Foundations’ Washington D.C. Office

International advocacy on human rights and social justice issues may seem a daunting challenge, but there are certain tools that can help pave the way for a successful campaign.  During this day-long training, which  included lecture and workshop, participants worked through the advocacy cycle, including: 

  • How to best analyze the issue
  • Keys to setting goals and objectives
  • Tips for crafting messages and asks
  • Identifying targets and tactics
  • Building strategic international campaigns

 International Advocacy Materials:

David and Goliath: Tackling Giant Problems Through International Advocacy presentation by Sara Pray, Open Society Foundations


General Advocacy Materials:

12 Basic Guidelines for Campaign Strategy

Advocacy Strategies for Civil Society: A Conceptual Framework and Practitioner’s Guide

Networking for Policy Change- An Advocacy Training Manual

Formando Redes Para El Cambio De Politicas: Manual De Capacitacion En Defensa Y Promocion

An Introduction to Advocacy: Training Guide

INTRAC Advocacy and Campaigning Course Toolkit

Advocacy Expert Series: Book 1

Advocacy Campaign Outline

BUILD a Campaign

Develop A Strategy

Project vs. Campaign

TCA Campaign Planning Template

Organizing Terms

 

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