Training „Analysis, advocasy and monitoring of key sectoral reforms related to the provision of services by civil society organizations“ Stip
Training „Analysis, advocasy and monitoring of key sectoral reforms related to the provision of services by civil society organizations“
Project “Social Inclusion through Social Networks among CSO and Social Entrepreneurship (4SNET)”
24,25,26th September, 2018 (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday)
Location: Hotel Izgrev, Stip
Registration of partcipants
Introduction, expectation and programme
Adult learning cycle
Concepts of the impact of policies
– Understanding the differences between terms: lobbying, advocacy, activism, policy influencing, awareness raising;
– Key elements of the policy impact definition;
– Participants will be able to “list” activities ranging from harmonious to confrontational.
* Policy impact cycle
* Understanding cycle and identifying the main steps in it;
* Participants will be aware of the importance of focusing on planning.
Principles of policy impact
* Understanding the importance of the principles;
* Identifying principles;
* Naming some of the activities that are needed to uphold the principles.
* Identify relevant policy influencing questions
* How is the policy impact issue defined
Defining the question
* Formulation of the initial message
* Stakeholder analysis (stakeholders)
* What is a stakeholder analysis;
* Who are the stakeholders and what are their interests;
* A chain of influence;
* Institution chart.
Stakeholder analysis (stakeholders) – continuation
* Participation of users
* Scale of participation and analysis;
* Different lines of participation;
* Ways for users mobilization.
* Mapping the decision making process
* Representation and importance of the context in the mapping;
* Building the process.
* Manage the network dynamics
* What is a network and how to build / analyze;
* Who should build a policy influencing network.
* Developing action plan and presentation
* How to develop a plan taking into account the topics covered by the training;
* The importance of alternative strategies.
Evaluation and closing the training