Apr 30

#5: Rippling Activism

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Edited: May 1

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Concept: Rippling Activism

 

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I like the online training idea but there is not enough information to understand what the training will enable the community to do. Do these communities have access to the internet? Is it cost-effective? Do they have devices to work on? Will there be training on how to use the technology for training or is it assumed that they know?

May 1Edited: May 1

I like the idea to understand and train community leaders as activist. Can you explain more what the training is about? What does follow up mean? However a ripple of water can surely become a waterfall!

Interesting idea! We also have the experience that in personal contact and training we can only reach a very limited circle of participants. With an online presence we could expand the circle of activists faster. The solution should be easy and simple in the handling for us and participants.

this idea could be very interesting when combined with or as a follow up of trainings events to support the participants when they are back in there comunities.

I understand the concept. But driving question: what are the need and what are the objections to fulfill the need of the community leaders to become activists?

In the experience of EASUN training community leaders as activists works best when those with professional skills to offer the relevant training work in partnership with community based organizations whose field workers are trained in facilitation skills and also become a conduit for follow up. challenge is that grassroots community leaders generally do not have access to internet. Training and follow up coaching also happens through developmental exercises that require participants to come together. Networking with local organizations is extremely important. In the end it has to be movemental. Cannot be only a technical solution.

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